handguards for crf80f
  • Kid@40
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    handguards for crf80f

    by Kid@40 » Tue Jan 17, 2006 7:56 pm

    I would like to install handguards on my daughters 80, what guards offer the most protection and durability for the money?
    04 CRF230F
    05 CRF80F
    03 XR70
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    oldtimer
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    by oldtimer » Thu Jan 19, 2006 9:13 am

    Depending on the bar width you may need to go to a jr. size guard. As a result you would be limited to fewer manufacturers. Do you have to stock bars or aftermarket? What’s the width?
    06 CRF230, BBR F&R Springs, BBR Triple Clamp and Link,BBR skidplate and cam cover, RSW fork brace, Pro Taper Fat bars, Ready Filters, Power up Kit, Airbox Mods and Trail Tech.
    06 CRF80
    04 CRF70
    88 CR250
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    PGer555
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    by PGer555 » Thu Jan 19, 2006 11:51 am

    dont the old xr's come with handgaurds stock??? wont they just mount up on the crf?? just a thought
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    by Kid@40 » Thu Jan 19, 2006 6:44 pm

    Both bikes have7/8 stock bars. I emailed Enduro Engineering about their handguards and they said their guards should fit both bikes. I may try them.
    04 CRF230F
    05 CRF80F
    03 XR70
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    oldtimer
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    by oldtimer » Thu Jan 19, 2006 7:29 pm

    You can’t go wrong with EE guards. They are the old standby… Tried and true!
    06 CRF230, BBR F&R Springs, BBR Triple Clamp and Link,BBR skidplate and cam cover, RSW fork brace, Pro Taper Fat bars, Ready Filters, Power up Kit, Airbox Mods and Trail Tech.
    06 CRF80
    04 CRF70
    88 CR250
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    by Kid@40 » Thu Jan 19, 2006 7:49 pm

    Thanks, I'll give them a try.

    What tires do you have on your bike?
    04 CRF230F
    05 CRF80F
    03 XR70
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    oldtimer
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    by oldtimer » Thu Jan 19, 2006 9:08 pm

    230 stock for now (MaxxCross IT to come)
    250 maxxis IT
    80 stock
    70 Michelin StarCross
    06 CRF230, BBR F&R Springs, BBR Triple Clamp and Link,BBR skidplate and cam cover, RSW fork brace, Pro Taper Fat bars, Ready Filters, Power up Kit, Airbox Mods and Trail Tech.
    06 CRF80
    04 CRF70
    88 CR250
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    by WillCRF » Fri Jan 20, 2006 4:24 am

    Hey Kid@40,

    I put a set of Pitt Posse barkbusters on both the XR100's for my boys. They are the simple alum bar design and installed great on the 7/8" bars. I imagine you could add plastic covers if you want. The boys like the look of just the bar. They were about $29 plus shipping for the set.

    Will
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    '06 KTM 200xc (Son #1)
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    by Kid@40 » Fri Jan 20, 2006 6:11 pm

    Will,

    Thanks for the info I like the sound of $29 bucks. Have they held up fairly well?
    04 CRF230F
    05 CRF80F
    03 XR70
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    by WillCRF » Fri Jan 20, 2006 8:05 pm

    Kid@40,

    Yes they have held up well. They are identical to the bark busters that Moose sells. Ken, if you are reading this, you might want to source this type of bark buster for the smaller bikes.

    Will
    '05 450x (Rekluse)
    '07 KTM 250XC-W (Rekluse)
    '05 KTM 200exc (Son #2)
    '06 KTM 200xc (Son #1)
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    spyke999
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    by spyke999 » Sun May 07, 2006 3:43 pm

    Google Cyrcra and go to their site. Look at the Stealth Handguards. They have sizing for almost all small bikes ( 50, 70, 80, 100 etc. )

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    cycra handguards

    by AgentSmith » Sun May 07, 2006 5:55 pm

    I just put on a set of Cycra's on my CRF 250X. love em!
    The universal mount setup allows alot of adjustments. I bet they would work. Pricey though $99.00!

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    by 2005 crf » Sat Jun 03, 2006 6:44 pm

    i have acerbis hand guards but try to get the ones that clam on to the bar mine conect to my clutch and brake
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    by Toobie » Thu Oct 05, 2006 9:44 pm

    I put Acerbis mini rally brush guards on my boy's crf80. They're great and reasonable, about $60. Mounted easily and are very sturdy.
    '05 CRF250X
    Kibblewhite Stainless Intake Valves
    WC skidplate
    Acerbis Brush Handguards
    cut airbox/155main/42 pilot/clip on 4th pos.- hauls butt, no bog
    fuel screw 2 turns out
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    '05 CRF80F (son's)
    '06 KTM 105 SX (son's)
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    by GlamisRyder » Sun Aug 01, 2010 10:32 am

    As i have a 80 right now i have noticed that the acerbies handgards fade from nice red to light pink :? so i would personally buy cyrca because thats what im going to buy \:D/

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