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Old 04-21-2009, 04:04 PM   #766
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The pictures were taken up on Palomar Mountain. I rode from Escondido to Nate Harrison Grade and took that up from Pauma Valley. It was more a trial run to see what I could shake lose and try to get a guesstimate of how far the 3.4g tank would go. Unfortunately the XR rattled my GPS into a shut off mode, so I'm really not sure how far I went. I'll have to figure out the onboard trip computer and how to reset the odometer...more reading.

Thanks for the link to SDAR! I'll sign up and see if there's some local rides. I really need to tag along with a newb ride, or slower group until I get everything squared away. I just want to ride.
Awesome. I've always wanted to ride up there but never have, looks beuatiful.

I usually hit reserve at about 60 miles on the stock tank. Damn Pigs suck gas like . . .

What type of computer do you have for your Pig? Looks like it might be a Vapor. If it is, I can show you how to reset it. You should hardwire your GPS too, then it won't rattle off.

I'm always up for a BRP ride since most of the guys ride on little bikes I'm always getting thrashed trying to keep up. Unless we go to Ocotillo Wells. I won't be around this weekend (WARPED) but hit me up sometime soon and we'll go.

I'm in Clairemont btw.
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Old 04-21-2009, 09:48 PM   #767
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Whats up guys, I'm in a SoCal and I have not been riding in 8 years. I have been dying to get back in the dirt on 2 wheels so I picked up a @001 XR650R that was pissed off! Seriously; I have never riden one of these bikes before but I have always drolled over them. I had 1998 CR250R back in the day, and let me just say; DAMN! So here a list of my bike.

Clark $.3 gal tank
11.1 Piston
Stage 1 cam by Hot Cams
68s and a 175 main
GPR Steerring Stabilizer
Pro Bend Bars
Vapor Computer
Big Gun Ehaust (It Sucks)
Baja Designs under fender tail light
Maxxiss Desert Tires (Not street legal, but I don't care)
XRSONLY counter sproket cover
promotion cables
led turn signals, cusom mounts
STREET LEGAL!
BRP Upper Tripple tree Clamp
resprung and revalved suspension
UNI air filter
completely uncorked
1.8 radiator cap
xrsonly thermostat
cyrca biller bark busters
More upgrades to come

I let my friend take it around the block, never ridden a dirt bike only cafe racers. Twisted it in second sitting too far back on the seat and decided that he was not man enough. He said that when he only saw the gas cap he had to let off. Sick bike, completely stoked. It can scare the hell out of me. I love it! I ride with a buddy of mine that is sponsored by red bull, he can take me through the high speed single track, but man. We hit a fire road or ride open desert and he is my bitch. I love my new bike and I ride it everyday.
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Old 04-21-2009, 11:52 PM   #768
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wish i could ride every day. yeh the xr650r are great. to bad honda doesn't think so
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Old 04-21-2009, 11:56 PM   #769
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does anyone know what the allen screw on the bottom of the oil pump is for on the 02 xr650r? looking at the bike when it's put together just to the right bottom of the pump? mine leaks a little but is turned in all the way?
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Old 04-22-2009, 11:59 AM   #770
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Titanium Bolt Kits

Here we go Bruce.

Here is a parts list from www.mettec.com, I hope.
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Old 04-22-2009, 12:33 PM   #771
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Laugh Titanium Bolt Kits for the BRP

U can get all of these from www.mettec.com, talk to Richard, and tell him I sent you there from the ADV board, and you should get the Racer discount.

Here is part of the parts list:


2002 XR650R4/13/2009
FRONT END KIT
PART NUMBERQTYLOCATIONINDIV. RETAIL
T4HFM6-10X101Upper Brake Cable Mount$12.39
T4HFM6-10X122Speedometer Bracket$12.66
T4HFM6-10X152Brake Line Mount $12.93
M6AH-14Rotor Bolts $9.84
T4HFM6-10X209Lower Brake Line Cable, Brake And $13.20
Clutch Lever Mounts, Front Fender
NUTHFM6-101Lower Brake Line Cable $7.48
FWM6-224Front Fender$1.99
NUTHFM6-104Axle Pinch Nuts$7.48
T4HFM8-12X302Brake Caliper Mounts $15.66
T4HFM8-12X354Handle Bar Mounts$16.19
T4HFM8-12X408Upper And Lower Tripple Clamps$16.30
RETAIL$493.57
RACER DISCOUNT$444.20
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Old 04-22-2009, 12:35 PM   #772
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MAIN FRAME KIT
PART NUMBERQTYLOCATION
T4HFM6-10X101Line Holder On The Goose Neck $12.39
BUTM6-10X104Plastic To Gas Tank $11.07
T4HFM6-10X153Plastic To Radiator, Left Foot Peg $12.93
M6X15MMTSHCS2Coil Mount Bolts$3.84
BUTM610X15SH7Radiator Burp Tank, Skid Plate, Rear$15.97
Brake Master Cylinder
T4HFM6-10X254Radiator Mounts To Frame $13.47
FWM6-222Radiator Mounts To Frame $1.99
T4HFM6-10X402Gas Tank To Engine Mount Brackets $14.29
FWM6-222Gas Tank To Engine Mount Brackets $1.99
BUTM8-12X252Top And Rear Kickstand Bolts $15.82
T4HFM8-12X402Rear Engine Mount Bracket To Frame $16.30
T4HFM8-12X602Upper Engine Mount Brackets $17.67
NUTHFM8-122Engine Mount Brackets $7.50
T4HFM8-12X702Engine Mount Brackets $18.27
T4HFM812X1152Lower Engine Mount Brackets$23.66
NUTHFM8-122Engine Mount Brackets (Lower)$7.50
T4HFM1012X351Bottom Kick Stand Bolt $19.99
T4HFM1012X452Foot Peg Brackets $21.36
T4HFM1012X751Top Engine Mount $25.46
NUTHFM10-123Engine Mount Nuts$15.51
T4HFM10121152Lower And Middle Engine Mounts $30.14
T4HFM10121201Rear Engine Mount Bolt $30.30
NUTHFM10-121Rear Engine Mount Nut $15.51
RETAIL$759.58
RACER DISCOUNT$683.57
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Old 04-22-2009, 12:36 PM   #773
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SUBFRAME KIT
PART NUMBERQTYLOCATION
M6-1.00 x 20 HF shoul1Plastic To Subframe ?
T4HFM8-12X151Seat Bolt $15.06
M8-1.25 x 20 HF shoul1Seat Bolt ?
T4HFM8-12X251Silencer To Subframe $15.60
M8-1.25 x 25 SH1Exhaust And Brake Hose Holder ?
T4HFM8-12X351Chain Slide Left Side $16.19
NUTHFM8-121Chain Roller To Subframe $7.50
T4HFM8-12X351Main Frame To SubFrame $16.19
T4HFM8-12X451Chain Roller To Subframe $16.77
RETAIL$87.31
RACER DISCOUNT$78.57
REAR SUSPENSION KIT
PART NUMBERQTYLOCATION
M6X8MMTSHCS2Chain Slide $3.66
M6X10MMTSHCS2Rear Brake Line Bracket $3.73
T4HFM6-10X102Rear Brake Caliper Cover $12.39
T4HFM6-10X153Chain Block $12.93
T4HFM6-10X205Rear Brake Rotor$13.20
FHM8-12X286Sprockets Bolts$16.54
TLNUTM8-126Sprocket Nuts $2.78
ADJM8-12X552Adjuster Bolts$13.83
NUTHFM8-122Adjuster Bolts $7.50
TEEM1012X441Bottom Shock Bolt $22.09
TEEM1012X531Top Shock Bolt $23.06
T6M12-12X81F1Link Bolt $15.18
M12-1.50 x 100 HF 1Link Bolt (Needs At Least 16 mm Thred?
M12-1.50 x 110 HF 1Link Bolt ?
RETAIL$363.26
RACER DISCOUNT$326.96
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Old 04-22-2009, 12:38 PM   #774
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Now go on a Diet you BRP riders.





ENGINE BOLT KIT
PART NUMBERQTYLOCATION
T4HFM6-10X103Cylinder, Exhaust Thermal Guard $12.39
T4HFM6-10X122Counter Sprocket $12.66
T4HFM6-10X153Counter Sprocket, Side Case $12.93
T4HFM6-10X2010Water To Head, Side Case Cover, Valve$13.20
Covers
T4HFM6-10X2512Cylinder, Side Covers, Engine Case, $13.47
Side Case Covers
T4HFM6-10X304Engine Case $13.74
T4HFM6-10X352Side Case Covers $14.01
T4HFM6-10X409Engine Case $14.29
T4HFM6-10X504Engine Case, Side Case $14.83
T4HFM6-10X603Side Case Covers $15.66
T4HFM6-10X851Side Case Covers $16.02
T4HFM8-12X201Muffler To Subframe $15.46
T4HFM8-12X401Exhaust Collector Clamp$16.30
NUTHFM8-124Exhaust Pipe Outs $7.50
T4HFM8-12X451Exhaust Pipe To Muffler $16.77
RETAIL$807.36
RACER DISCOUNT$729.90
TOTAL
RETAIL$2,511.08
DEALER$1,758.89
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Old 04-22-2009, 12:49 PM   #775
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That's retarded! How many lbs does that total to for a loss? I'm guessing only 5 or so. Better off getting excel wheels and an aftermarket muffler first. Or pounding the sidewalk!
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Old 04-22-2009, 01:59 PM   #776
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Eek Really

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That's retarded! How many lbs does that total to for a loss? I'm guessing only 5 or so. Better off getting excel wheels and an aftermarket muffler first. Or pounding the sidewalk!
Excel rims weight more than stock, that is why they are harder to bend, the hub and spokes are where you save your weight.

I have header and pipe, top triple tree, new chain slider, and to much stuff to mention. He does not have it listed, but when I send in my front and rear axles, so they can make copies in titanium, you can lose two pounds right there!!

But if you have any better Ideas I would love to here them
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Old 04-22-2009, 03:51 PM   #777
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If you mean 2 lbs combined for the axles, I could see that. But I stand by my statement, asshat or not! For the money I'd be getting upside down forks, supposedly they save weight (I've only read this, no idea on numbers), and major performance improvement dollar for dollar.
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Old 04-22-2009, 05:01 PM   #778
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the weight is all in the motor. the chassis has to be heavier to handle that heavier motor. So trying to reduce the weight is pointless IMO !
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Old 04-22-2009, 06:09 PM   #779
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the brp makes all the right (loud) noises for me, is it fast yes way too fast, is it powerful yes way too powerful, is it too much for me yes WAY TOO but thats why I like it. The first and only offroader I cannot lift on to my sump stand for maintenance. I think need to get one of those hydraulic lift units.

I noticed my rear swingarm has abit of freeplay up and down, does anyone know whereabouts they tend to wear but the whole unit/linkage probably needs a service anyway.

That rally XR is smart, I love those wheels too as it brings the XR upto date with the newer machines. That faring is also very nice but probbaly way out of my reach () in the Uk.
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Old 04-22-2009, 06:20 PM   #780
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Thank you DOSCERVASAS! That's exactly what I was looking for. Sorry that you got such a negative response for helping me out.

For those of you who feel it's pointless to try to remove weight from an XR650R I might be inclined to agree if I rode in the desert where this bike was intended to live, but I don't. I ride in the woods. Sometimes very tight woods. I could get a much lighter bike designed to do the type of riding I do but that's not what I want. I love my 650R and intend on keeping it. If I can drop a few pounds, great. I had no idea how spendy this ti stuff was so I asked DOSCERVASAS to post it here because my e-mail wouldn't accept it.
So, if anyone deserves any negative comments regarding installing ti on a 650R it's me, not him. Thanks.
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