Really good service and helpful this whole time, will be coming back to buy from CROMP again in future.
(Items bought for 2012 Husaberg TE250 – piston rings, clutch plates, wheel bearings, lower shock heim joint bearing, brake pads
Items bought for 2008 KTM 450 – Oil filter, lower shock heim joint bearing, cam chain tensioner, large oil drain plug, copper washer, small oil drain plug)
got the sprockets today
many thanks for your efforts
will reccomend you to others
After a few too many stacks my expansion chamber was, at best, 40% of its intended diameter at the place all KTM 2 stroke owners know about (where the pipe bends in front of the frame cradle, which makes an excellent leverage point for bending the crap out of the pipe!).
My brothers stock pipe (almost, but not quite, as bent as mine)
A PC Platinum 2
A FMF Gnarly
Try to straighten mine.
Option 4 was almost a disaster (got pipe stuck in exhaust manifold)
The default was to buy a Gnarly (and muffler) from the US for about $380 shipped.
Then I remembered someone mentioning a brand called SRT. I did some googling and found a company in WA
http://www.cromp.com.au/ who were the importer in Australia.
After speaking to them (very helpful) I thought I’d give their pipe a go (its a copy of the OEM, made in the US).
Pipe cost $239 plus postage (with AusPost another $40) and got here in 4 days (NSW). Arrived (at no extra cost) with new springs and O rings.
Took it for a ride today. Bike ran beautifully and tractored up hills it shouldnt be able to!
I got a warm fuzzy buying locally and the customer service was excellent.
Highly recommended. Also a cheap option if you’re putting on a new pipe to sell a bike.
Easy to install, colour coded to your ride!
Well after a hiccup where i did not install the first master link correctly i have now racked up almost 15 hrs since fitting this chain and so far so good. As you expect it needed a couple of re-tension’s within the first few hours but now haven’t touched it for over 10 hrs.
Value for money you can’t go wrong with the SRT chain and the service from Josh is spot on.
Next chain and sprocket change i will go SRT for sure.
Tried running the standard handguards on the 2013 300, but my little fingers just kept getting destroyed….so it was time!
I’ve run Barkbuster brand, overpriced IMO, Cycra CRM’s which worked but also broke easily cos they’re cut from plate not extrusion, G2 Ergonomics which are good but stayed with the 2010.
Looked briefly at other brands like Acerbis…..but god damn they’re pricey! We’re not all rich!
So onto coffeyrockmcparts.com.au and ordered myself a Podium pack in black. The ali bars are hefty, similar to most brands, but the best design is the inner mounts. They’re tapered to fit the bars neatly and with four bolts do up tight, not gonna rotate these babies! The cut out/step means they clear the hydraulic clutch line nicely (Yay!).
The plastic deflectors are the same as the Cycra one’s and give heaps of protection.
Only had one good drop and not rotated or damaged them, plenty of small drops and best of all, my little fingers are still attached.
Overall, very good quality and the customer service from Josh is exceptional. I do also have a rear guard for the 2010, which I haven’t fitted yet, but will definitely be using SRT Offroad gear again.
First rad guards I’ve had, so cannot compare fitment, performance to other brands, however:
Compared to the Force guards on my brother’s bike which are bent out of aluminium sheet, these are machined out of billet and look (and should be) stronger.
Fitment was perfect on my right radiator which is standard, but was a bit of a bastard on the left rad, which I had to replace with a Mylers Radiator from RMATV. This, obviously is a fault with the rad not the guard. I think Mylers must make them for MX application where the buyers probably just run plastic shrouds so they are lazy with the design and it doesn’t exactly match stock. In the end I just had to grind away a little guard material to clear the bottom tank on both edges of the Mylers radiator.
Overall they look cooler than Force guards and should be a bit stronger.
Sourced from CoffeyRock Offroad
What a day!
All kudos goes to Josh and his old man, couple of minor dramas with us getting lost a couple times was quickly sorted out with Josh knowing his way round those hills like it’s his backyard. So much single out there that’s not whooped out or well known made for some great riding. Long berms and fast flowing with a bit of everything, even the big bores had a good time!!!
Endless amounts of trails to be had, was really a rider’s paradise, couple of hills, couple of creeks, couple of stacks, all in good spirits.
Grunta’s 6 day was a site to behold, some of it’s brother’s weren’t doing so good though, one needed a push and a couple of others needed de-watering, once the tears were wiped away they kicked over and we were on our way!!! ps Sambo thanks for being sweep legend
Great to see no one got hurt even though there was a fair bit of dust coming up by the arvo, not even a busted bike!!!
Drewy looking forward to seeing that slide out on vid!!!
Thanks again, looking forward to the next!