Thread: Xrr vs xrl
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Old 11-16-2012, 02:21 PM   #5
bill pierce OP
I don't wana pickle
 
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Originally Posted by PineyMountainRacing View Post
I've got kickstarting down easy peesy!
Thanks for the replies.

Some people have issues kicking the CR500 also. I found it easy once I learned how. So, the kick starting doesn't worry me at all. Most any properly set up bike will start with a kick or two.

I do like the fact that the R is a bit lighter with a bit more power. I will most likely buy an extra set of wheels with street rubber for the days that will be street only.

With $5000 to spend a upgraded stator and lights / signals shouldn't be a problem.
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