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Old 02-22-2012, 11:39 PM   #60391
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Found a good deal on both bikes but not not sure which way to go. I intend to use the bike off road but it will surely see tarmac time. I like the travel and height of the DRZ better but not sure how it will be on the road for 100mi at a time. Thanks for the help. Thanks in advance.
I've only felt limited in the dirt by the DR when on really tight/steep/rutted/etc single track (why I have my WR400 now). If you're staying away from that stuff, or only doing a little bit of it and staying mostly on fire roads/double track, the DR would be the much better option. If going for more single track stuff, I think there are better options than the DRZ.
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Old 02-23-2012, 12:31 AM   #60392
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FCR-MX parts

I need some bits for a FCR-MX, can anyone recommend an online store that will ship to New Zealand?

Sudco don't seem to have an online store, unless I'm missing something. I've been to about half a dozen other places just to get to the checkout and find they won't ship to NZ.

I'd buy local but NZ distributors tend to be worse than useless.
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Old 02-23-2012, 12:43 AM   #60393
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I need some bits for a FCR-MX, can anyone recommend an online store that will ship to New Zealand?

Sudco don't seem to have an online store, unless I'm missing something. I've been to about half a dozen other places just to get to the checkout and find they won't ship to NZ.

I'd buy local but NZ distributors tend to be worse than useless.
What bits?
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Old 02-23-2012, 12:45 AM   #60394
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I need some bits for a FCR-MX, can anyone recommend an online store that will ship to New Zealand?

Sudco don't seem to have an online store, unless I'm missing something. I've been to about half a dozen other places just to get to the checkout and find they won't ship to NZ.

I'd buy local but NZ distributors tend to be worse than useless.
I recently bought some FCR jets from these guys

http://www.motorcyclespareswarehouse...pages/about-us

maybe give them a try.
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Old 02-23-2012, 12:54 AM   #60395
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What bits?
Those bits we were discussing a week or so ago on kiddiebiker.

3x Screw M4x8 021-710, 0136-808-1100
1x Diaphragm 021-735, 1201-858-2700
1x U Ring 021-067, W9353-36000
1x Coil Spring, Accelerator Pump 021-069, 1300-142-2000
1x o Ring, Accelerator Pump 021-071, W9351-19058
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Old 02-23-2012, 01:02 AM   #60396
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Those bits we were discussing a week or so ago on kiddiebiker.

3x Screw M4x8 021-710, 0136-808-1100
1x Diaphragm 021-735, 1201-858-2700
1x U Ring 021-067, W9353-36000
1x Coil Spring, Accelerator Pump 021-069, 1300-142-2000
1x o Ring, Accelerator Pump 021-071, W9351-19058
All from the bottom of the accel pump?
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Old 02-23-2012, 01:09 AM   #60397
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All from the bottom of the accel pump?
Yep, all from the accel pump.
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Old 02-23-2012, 03:26 AM   #60398
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It sounds like you are on the right track. I had a heck of a time tuning mine. i was trying to listen to the normal setup and it wouldn't run right. I have ended up with the 155 main, 5th clip on the needle and about 2.5 turns out on my 2009 with the procycle kit. I have stock exhaust and run usually around 2,500 ft. I get a consistent 50 mpg. I think I am still slightly lean as it runs better at 50-60 degrees than when it's mid 20's in the morning. Listen to the engine adjust as it feels right and ride it.

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Well, it pulls great now, with the 150, it will do a roll on throttle first gear wheelie, it would not do that with the 145 with out some coaxing. So it seem like it likes the 150, no bogging. I do have some surging, I just wish I could tell you what RPM

I have the mixture 2.5 turns out, 2 turn gave more surging, and 3 didn't change anything, Suzy had it set to 1.5 turns

Needle and spacer are in correctly, like I said, I'm pretty familiar with CV carbs. I could try the 145 and the needle at the 3rd slot, but then I'll have to take it all apart again

I'm thinking of just running a tank full through and seeing what the mileage is.
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Old 02-23-2012, 04:05 AM   #60399
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Got a question guys, I replaced my front sprocket last night. Going to a 520 setup, and using a 15t sprocket in the front. I just want to make sure I am installing it correctly. The raised side of the sprocket with the numbers faces in, correct? I am supposed to put the sprocket on, then the rubber seal, then put the retainer on, rotate the retainer in the slot so the holes line up with the sprocket holes, then screw it to the sprocket? This means the sprocket is locked in place and doesn't float on the countershaft? I thought the sprocket was supposed to float on the countershaft so it can self align with the chain? People sometimes ditch the retainer and use a clip instead, wouldn't this allow the sprocket to move back and forth on the countershaft?

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Old 02-23-2012, 04:09 AM   #60400
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Hello,

2009 with 3000 miles and pinging. Took the chain roller off. Turned fuel screw out 2 turns.
Filled with premium gas. $4.50 gal. still pinging. OUCH!! Plug closest to outside,nice color, inside one,white. Valves are in spec.
Any ideas would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance to all who answer.

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Did you just get the bike or is this a problem that has just started? DR650s are pretty noisey beasts by nature.
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Old 02-23-2012, 05:22 AM   #60401
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Can't attach pics anymore, try Smugmug or another hosting site. You can also search for how to put pics in posts. Good luck.
I'll get more pics today. She is in need of a new battery so I'll get that sorted today. Anyone got a recommendation on a good battery?

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Old 02-23-2012, 06:16 AM   #60402
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Question clutch plate order

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I believe it is the other way round, last in!
Thanks for the reply,

I was looking again at the manual and it seems it should go in first:



I think I will look at how the older one installed when I take the cover off and report,

Something fishy in the fiche

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Old 02-23-2012, 06:46 AM   #60403
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I'll get more pics today. She is in need of a new battery so I'll get that sorted today. Anyone got a recommendation on a good battery?

http://www.flickr.com/photos/66282888@N00/6775871076/

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Old 02-23-2012, 06:52 AM   #60404
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Hello,

2009 with 3000 miles and pinging. Took the chain roller off. Turned fuel screw out 2 turns.
Filled with premium gas. $4.50 gal. still pinging. OUCH!! Plug closest to outside,nice color, inside one,white. Valves are in spec.
Any ideas would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance to all who answer.

Heirhead
Couple of things to try:
If the gas was old or had been sitting for awhile the pilot jet may be gummed up. Try a healthy dose of a Techron additive for a tankful (the little bit in the gas won't do it). Or the carb may just need to be removed and cleaned.

Also the stock DR does not like lower RPMs and will make all sorts of horrible noises if you try to give it much throttle when the RPM is to low. Keep the RPMs up (over 2500\3000 if you have a tach). When in doubt downshift.

Also the chain can make a racket (and sound like engine noise) when loose and hitting the rear chain guide. Don't worry about it if that is the cause (it will quite down with time). Tightening the chain will cure the noise but it is easy to overtighten the chain, which is much worse. The DR chain has a way of going from too loose to too tight when only moving the adjuster one notch. So error on loose.

Good luck

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Old 02-23-2012, 08:24 AM   #60405
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Got a question guys, I replaced my front sprocket last night. Going to a 520 setup, and using a 15t sprocket in the front. I just want to make sure I am installing it correctly. The raised side of the sprocket with the numbers faces in, correct? I am supposed to put the sprocket on, then the rubber seal, then put the retainer on, rotate the retainer in the slot so the holes line up with the sprocket holes, then screw it to the sprocket? This means the sprocket is locked in place and doesn't float on the countershaft? I thought the sprocket was supposed to float on the countershaft so it can self align with the chain? People sometimes ditch the retainer and use a clip instead, wouldn't this allow the sprocket to move back and forth on the countershaft?
You have it right. It is undesirable to allow the sprocket to float on the shaft. While floating won't really hurt anything right away it will cause more wear in the shaft than if the sprocket is held firmly in place. The chain wobbles and whips around enough that it is a very unreliable way of locating the sprocket. What you want is the other way around - to have the sprocket keep the chain aligned.
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