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Old 05-26-2012, 05:02 PM   #11956
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Hi everybody, can anyone pleas tell me where can I find posts on this forum regarding DR650 gearbox rebuilds?...at least I think that's what I need anyway...the teeth on my output shaft that hold the front sprocket are completely rounded off so that involves taking apart the gearbox doesn't it?
Google is your friend . . . .

https://www.google.com.au/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&hl=en-GB&rlz=1T4GGHP_en-GBAU483AU484&q=dr650+gearbox+rebuild+site:www.advrider.com

or narrowing the search a bit:

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or
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All the best with the work . . .
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Old 05-26-2012, 05:11 PM   #11957
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Just got a email back from MX Rob. He wil make a few next week for US30 each. I wil get it shipped here with my carb and a few other goodies. Hopefully I will save some on shipping
Even better. At least you know it will fit
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Old 05-27-2012, 12:25 AM   #11958
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Hi everybody, can anyone pleas tell me where can I find posts on this forum regarding DR650 gearbox rebuilds?...at least I think that's what I need anyway...the teeth on my output shaft that hold the front sprocket are completely rounded off so that involves taking apart the gearbox doesn't it?
If you mean to change out that shaft only,the engine needs to be disassembled entirely so the cases can be split.
The output shaft at least can be changed easily unlike the clutch shaft that has second drive gear pressed on.
How do the splines on the output/counter shaft get rounded off ?

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Old 05-27-2012, 01:07 AM   #11959
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Carby hose filter

Got the Dr out today to try out some .7kg front springs
The bloody thing would not run for longer than a few seconds.Bikes done 2500km without fault, All done in about 4 rides on WA red dust bush tracks.
Pulled the carby apart and that fine red dust got in "F$^&" its a new bike. Fair bit in the top vacume area of the slid. Looks like the small standard filter on this breather hose is not the best against this dust.
After a carby clean the bike now runs fine again.
Is this a normal issue from new ?.
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Old 05-27-2012, 01:52 AM   #11960
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About 95,000km. Took her out today for a blat through the Brindabellas

A slippery 2km

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Old 05-27-2012, 02:24 AM   #11961
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fuel leak (kind of)

You guys are bad karma with all your talk of carbs lately!
Since I got back from a ride on friday I've smelt fuel from bike. Pulled the bashplate off this morning to find where it was coming from and found it dripping from the hose coming from the bottom of the carby. Would this be the float stuck?? If it is, is it just a matter of taking the bowl off and giving it a helping wiggle? Also is this a sign of other problems?

Thanks guys!!!

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Old 05-27-2012, 03:34 AM   #11962
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Got the Dr out today to try out some .7kg front springs
The bloody thing would not run for longer than a few seconds.Bikes done 2500km without fault, All done in about 4 rides on WA red dust bush tracks.
Pulled the carby apart and that fine red dust got in "F$^&" its a new bike. Fair bit in the top vacume area of the slid. Looks like the small standard filter on this breather hose is not the best against this dust.
After a carby clean the bike now runs fine again.
Is this a normal issue from new ?.
Fatgut.
I cut out a round piece of foam, oil it and insert it into the top of the breather filter, works real good and can be changed easily and often
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Old 05-27-2012, 03:59 AM   #11963
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Got the Dr out today to try out some .7kg front springs
The bloody thing would not run for longer than a few seconds.Bikes done 2500km without fault, All done in about 4 rides on WA red dust bush tracks.
Pulled the carby apart and that fine red dust got in "F$^&" its a new bike. Fair bit in the top vacume area of the slid. Looks like the small standard filter on this breather hose is not the best against this dust.
After a carby clean the bike now runs fine again.
Is this a normal issue from new ?.
Fatgut.
Make sure you clean and re oil that carb vent filter every time you clean your air filter.

A tm40 doesn't have this problem ;)
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Old 05-27-2012, 04:44 AM   #11964
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Make sure you clean and re oil that carb vent filter every time you clean your air filter.

A tm40 doesn't have this problem ;)
What happend to the buy a DR change the oil and just ride it. Shit its more maitenance than the KTM,
Going for a ride before India Alex, Only 4 more weeks. After the off on the 640 last week I better take it easy.
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Old 05-27-2012, 05:19 AM   #11965
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What happend to the buy a DR change the oil and just ride it. Shit its more maitenance than the KTM,
Going for a ride before India Alex, Only 4 more weeks. After the off on the 640 last week I better take it easy.
Kev.
That's just because you can maintain a ktm while fixing the crash damage. I fixed the brakes and t-ed the carb vent lines on the dr this weekend, so I really want to take it for a ride between now and then.
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Old 05-27-2012, 06:04 PM   #11966
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India ?
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Old 05-27-2012, 06:11 PM   #11967
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India ?
Dehli up to Leh on Royal Enfield 500s. Going over Khardung Pass at 5570m. Bit differnt than riding round flat Oz.
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Old 05-27-2012, 06:58 PM   #11968
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You guys are bad karma with all your talk of carbs lately!
Since I got back from a ride on friday I've smelt fuel from bike. Pulled the bashplate off this morning to find where it was coming from and found it dripping from the hose coming from the bottom of the carby. Would this be the float stuck?? If it is, is it just a matter of taking the bowl off and giving it a helping wiggle? Also is this a sign of other problems?
had a similar issue a while back but mine was filling up the airbox with fuel. in my case, i had to pull the float assembly off and replace the small rubber o-rings. not sure if it will be the same thing on yours. happened on a bike less than 6 months old... next guess would be the float level.
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Old 05-27-2012, 07:07 PM   #11969
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Dehli up to Leh on Royal Enfield 500s. Going over Khardung Pass at 5570m. Bit differnt than riding round flat Oz.
Kev.
Fixed

Dehli up to Leh on Royal Enfield 350's in August. Going over Khardung Pass at 5570m. Bit different than riding round flat Oz.
Les.

It should be interesting
I'm just about to shoot off and get a IDP.
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Old 05-28-2012, 01:27 AM   #11970
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Got the Dr out today to try out some .7kg front springs
The bloody thing would not run for longer than a few seconds.Bikes done 2500km without fault, All done in about 4 rides on WA red dust bush tracks.
Pulled the carby apart and that fine red dust got in "F$^&" its a new bike. Fair bit in the top vacume area of the slid. Looks like the small standard filter on this breather hose is not the best against this dust.
After a carby clean the bike now runs fine again.
Is this a normal issue from new ?.
Fatgut.
go to an auto shop and order a diff breather filter for a 4wd
K&N make one same size as the stock POS
once i replaced the filter on mine i didnt find dust in the slide anymore
or you could get a TM40 or FCR (they dont use one)
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