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    Best racing axle

    What's the best axle you can buy for mx

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    x33 or rpm dominator

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conversionjunkie250r View Post
    What's the best axle you can buy for mx
    Agreed with American Opell; I will add for the cost & quality; look at LSR...

    Carlos

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    RPM Dominator 2. I would steer clear of the X33 just because of the unique hub design. I have heard about problems with the hubs egging out. LSR Axecaliber is another good option.
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    (MX) TRX 363R 02- Laeger Narrow Frame/CR500 Link,Motowoz, Roll Design +4, RPM +4 axle, LED 363 +4 Stroker, 38 A/S carb,Rath Signature Series,CCP

    (XC) TRX 370R 86- Stock frame(gusseted),No link rear, JD MGC +2 Arms, Motowoz shocks, RPM XC Axle, LED 370, 38 A/S carb, Rath Signature Series

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    Thanks for the help

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    I would have to say the LSR, because it s the most widely used of all the aftermarket axles.
    Neil

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    #1 is Rpm. #2 is Lsr. Dura blues’ warranty is not very good.
    88 TRX250R, ESR 330PV with TRX7 porting, ESR TRX5 std. mount pipe, CR reeds with 38mm Mikuni TMX, Roll Lobo II front end, OEM swingarm, Motowoz front shocks, Elka rear shock, PRECISION Stabilizer, Lsr axle.

    06 TRX450ER, Duncan 470 national kit, Roll Design A-arms, Motowoz shocks front and rear, Houser XC rear linkage, CCP stabilizer, IMS-Roll Pegs and heal guards, Rpm axle.

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    I have had nothing but excellent things to say and report about the LSR Axcaliber which I’ve had for quite a while!!

    I run the JJ&A on my banshee and that is an insane axle but not designed for MX...
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    This is a side by side comparison! Look at how much beefier the JJ&A is!

    LSR AXCALIBER
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    Quote Originally Posted by C-Leigh Racing View Post
    I would have to say the LSR, because it s the most widely used of all the aftermarket axles.
    Neil
    I have to agree with Uncle Neil. LSR's warranty is awesome too. I sent mine back to them for evaluation. Confirmed it's in spec. and rechromed her for $100.


 
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