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Behind Ryan Dungey's RM-Z250 Photo Gallery

Behind Ryan Dungey's RM-Z250 - Tim "Tooltime" McAdams has been with Team Makita Suzuki's sensational rookie Ryan Dungey since his first pro race at Millville in 2006.

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Check out the shrunken brake master cylinder.
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Dungey uses stock calipers.
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It pays to be a factory rider.
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Ryan Dungey is impressing Suzuki and the rest of the motocross world in his full rookie season.
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Titanium footpegs.
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Ryan Dungey's 2007 Makita Suzuki RM-Z250
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Ryan Dungey's 2007 Makita Suzuki RM-Z250
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One Industries handles Team Makita Suzuki graphics.
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Dungey chooses to take control with Pro Taper bars and grips.
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Titanium Pro Circuit head pipe.
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Just in case you missed the big version on his numberplates.
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Tooltime is an old pro at working with young ones for Suzuki.
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Suzuki tries to keep its factory motors as stock-looking as possible.
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Titanium Pro Circuit muffler.
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Dungey gets the same sponsors as Ricky Carmichael and Ivan Tedesco.
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RG3 puts the final touches on Dungey's Showa Kit fork.
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Tim McAdams has watched Dungey progress in leaps and bounds from Day 1 with the factory team.
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They don't look like much, but these triple clamps are straight from Suzuki of Japan.