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  1. For the price i'd take a chance on this one it's a older 2 piece one but still should fit https://www.ebay.com/itm/Gas-Gas-TXT-PRO-250-280-300-exhaust-silencer-Trial-GasGas-Trials/183923836982?hash=item2ad2b70836%3Ag%3Au-AAAOSwXvRdWl~X&LH_ItemCondition=4
  2. A used one on ebay would probably be your best chance. Try this guy https://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/trialsbikebreakersuk?_trksid=p2047675.l2559
  3. Got sorted with a full length set of plastic/carbon look ones from splat shop. good enough fit.
  4. I bought a set of pre cut ones from splat shop, hoping it will make the job easier https://www.splatshop.co.uk/jitsie-exhaust-silencer-packing-gas-gas-11-15.html
  5. Which are better for protecting the stanchions, the neoprene slip ons or the carbon look cable tied ones. was out today and put some serious scratches on mine
  6. side stand on the gas gas fits to the right side, that stand looks like its for the left side
  7. Put some new decals on my 05 250 pro. Got them off ebay, I upgraded to the thickest laminate they had, worth the extra £10 they charged me. Seem to be good quality.
  8. There must have been a lot of metal on the drain plug over the last few oil changes
  9. If its the seal inside the master cylinder chances are you won't see any leeks it just won't build up pressure as the fluid passes by the plunger. I had a similar issue and it was the banjo bolt that connects the pipe to the master cylinder, it came slightly loose and sucked air into system, there was no fluid leaks on mine either
  10. Thats the point i'm trying to make, why are they cracking if they are ridden hard, surely thats a fault in the design and gas gas should stand by their products. 1000 pound sterling for a new frame isn't a option for a 3 year old trials bike.
  11. I know the original owner and it has been trialed at a expert level and has a good few hours on it but it still should stand up to expert riding, thats what its designed for. It hasn't been dropped off a cliff or anything like that, just normal riding. The welder said the welds are flawed and thats why it failed.
  12. Well gas gas UK was no help, got the aircraft welder at work to tig weld the cracks, it's holding well, got about 15hrs on it now since the repair, did some decent size drops and some big "ish" hits and all seems good. He did a amazing job of welding it up you really wouldn't know if I re powder coat the frame.
  13. just got a pair of these http://shop.foxhead.com/store/products/Shop-All-MTB/detail/Fox-Launch-Pro-Knee---Shin-Guard/28009/cat640010 will let you know how they are, seem very light and flexable
  14. I feal your pain, my enduro bike does the same(PWK carb too). I found that using a funnel with a fine mesh screen helps, but every ride my jet is plugged too. Like to know the solution to this.
  15. Has anyone else had this problem with the 09 frame, its cracked near the headstock on both sides on the lower 2 side tubes and the bottom 2 tubes that connect to the headstock under tank are also cracked.
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