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Behind Ryan Villopoto's KX250F Photo Gallery
This clutch perch w/hot start assembly is available from Pro Circuit.
Behind Ryan Villopoto's KX250F - Jon Mitcheff probably has more pressure on him than any mechanic in the AMA Toyota Motocross Championship Lites class.
Villopoto has an oversized front disc.
Monster Energy has been teamed up with the motocross squad for several years. Apparently it's a good match.
Villopoto gets his number on his side covers as well.
With as many times as Villopoto lands on the podium, Jamie Little has had plenty of opportunity to see RV's bike close-up.
This may be the most coveted bike in all of America's Lites divisions.
Jon Mitcheff is always under pressure to perform because a single mechanical failure can mean disaster for the championship.
It's easy to smile when your rider is the best around.
Pro Circuit hubs can handle the abuse.
A Pro Circuit silencer, what else!?
RV's bike gets a trick water collector and oil cooler.
There's always goodies tucked away under the bodywork of top-pros' machines.
Even the brake guard is carbon fiber.
Mitcheff and Villopoto have a good working relationship - Jon gives him a killer bike and RV kicks ass with it.
Pro Circuit is pretty tight-lipped about horsepower figures, but you can bet this thing is putting out crazy amounts of HP.
The water pump has a larger impeller.
The hump in the seat is made from a handlebar pad cut in half.
Villopoto's footpegs are raised 5mm because of his short legs.
Light Speed carbon fiber is found on many top team bikes.
Villopoto's diminutive size creates some special needs on his KX250F. The footpegs are raised 5mm for his short stature and a seat hump is installed to keep his flyweight in place under acceleration.
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