DR750 & DR800 owners thread

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by MCmad, Jul 14, 2008.

  1. MCmad

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    Heres the place to show off your King off thumpers ( Biggest production single ). And these motors produce the highest hp off any thumper (non turbo production based ) with Up to 94 rear wheel horsepower ( well over 100hp at the crank) in there most modified form http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=7609355&postcount=73, Lets see and hear what you've got.
    Standard bikes are just fine to, mine is only mildly moded at the mo, just taken a bit of weight off and a bit more free breathing, will post picks etc soon

    First 50 or so Owners (gave up counting back in 2009) if you want your name on there just drop me a PM (updated from 24/02/12 below)

    800rider, Auckland New Zealand 800 http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=7476726&postcount=30
    1989dr750, LangebaanSouth Africa 750
    bluesman, Hoegaarden Belgium 800
    gaspipe, Midsouth TN USA 750 http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=7415678&postcount=4
    Molgan, Lalea Sweden 800
    ztaj, Nelson New Zealand 750
    arrowrider, Arrowtown New Zealand 750
    nave, Israel 800 http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=7596085&postcount=60
    Buggles London UK 800
    Megamoto 800 http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9564217&postcount=1556
    Pacospain Spain 2x 800
    Enduroprofi Istanbul Turkey 800
    Drbig Israel 800
    aapo Finland 750
    JackRabbit Canada 750 http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9547754&postcount=1480
    BrianDR800 Denmark 800
    Dino3310 Wiakato New Zealand 750
    OKta Hungary 750
    Letsgo21 Hannut Belgium 800
    Bushybutt Wanganui New Zealand 2x 800s ,20
    Shifty-PK Holland 750
    ambraa Norway 800 custom cafe racer
    Tigascc ( first 800 with 750 body work style )
    WHS South Africa 800
    Fever Dog 750
    robszombie Ireland DRBig
    BrianDr800 800
    aky83 Pitesti 750
    thor swe Sweden 800 96 model
    Monstablokaz estonia 800 30
    ray rev Machester England Drbig
    Morse Estonia 800
    england2 800 motard http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9307215&postcount=925
    Pilotrider Southern North America 750
    jabroka Buenos Aires Argentina 800
    ladder106 davis Ca 750 http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9162204&postcount=609
    uberthumper East Midlands UK 800
    robmoto Bathhurst Australia 800 supermoto
    North Rider Thunderbay Cannada 750
    Aquatek69 stockholm Sweden 750 40
    ray rev Manchester England 800 http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9521313&postcount=1429
    snocross Finland 800
    ausibatla Western Australia 750
    Kacho Bulgaria 750
    Seppo 800
    DrBigEd Capetown 750 South Africa http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9562731&postcount=1542
    DRParboSuriname South America 800
    shannonr73 Sydney Australia 750 http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9850215&postcount=2775
    Chis3155 Ireland 800
    DRMaidenFan Malta 750 50th Owner http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9509710&postcount=1355
    Beaky UK 750 http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9667015&postcount=2030
    bigS Bangkok 800 http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9671075&postcount=2047
    dannydoy South Africa 750
    FABIOZAUM Irata Parana Brazil 800 http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9702453&postcount=2222
    Bambi Linz on Rhine Germany 750
    www.drbig.info Essex England 3x 750 2x 800 yes you read that correctly
    Earthlight Belgium 800

    Owner Additions last update 03/03/12
    Resi, Nassau area Germany DRBIG a lot of http://www.bollertante.de
    Simosez Lithgow Australia DR750 88 SR41 orange as per 800riders 750 in pic below
    Reaper X, United Kingdom 800
    Kab_astr, Poland ]800 nave bike (very cool) weighs aprox 170kg post 12449
    AJ, Singapore 750
    onyajonezy, Cains Australia 800/91 750/88
    hellielg hellnut. Transylvania 750 motard
    Okta. ]Hungary ]BIG
    d33t, Russia 800
    Florek Poland 800
    Bob Herr, MT Vermon IL, DR750 88






    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9482080&postcount=1226 Demographics
    http://www.worldtimezone.com/ Time Clock
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9579138&postcount=1665 500rider
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=10504935&postcount=3846 sliding
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=18119527&postcount=12501 NZ bike park


    Links
    http://www.suzukicycles.org/DR-series/DR750-800S-Big.shtml overview of DRBig models
    http://www.dr-big.com/ overview of DrBig colour schemes and Club info etc
    http://www.rallye-tenere.net/Suzuki.html Cool Dakar Bikes
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9203504&postcount=704 How to post pics on site/1
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=7266&postcount=1 How to post pics/2
    http://drmania.free.fr/galerie.htm cool DR pics
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9774001&postcount=2554 Crash Bar Diagram
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9132360&postcount=585 Marlboro DR Dakar Air filter etc
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9132408&postcount=587 Marlboro DR more
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9173763&postcount=645 Marlboro Other air filter set up
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9170496&postcount=629 Nave Air filter adaptor and pics
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9194567&postcount=688 naves amazing pictures
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9203552&postcount=706 naves map of Israel trips
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9307315&postcount=926 more nave pics
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9543586&postcount=1459 more Isreal from nave
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9675957&postcount=2122 more nave pic.s
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=362489&page=141 nave again
    http://www.suzukimotos.com.br/extran...800s_vuv.html# Parts Fishe
    http://drbig.shazi.se/#home DRBig Manual on PD
    http://www.e-junkie.com/shop/product/42107.php Manuals Cheap
    http://www.cmsnl.com/search.php?s_name=dr750 DR750 new parts
    http://www.cmsnl.com/search.php?s_name=dr800 DR800 new parts
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=8954646&postcount=468 where to get other parts from
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9010689&postcount=494 Other bikes with same carbs/1
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=10008017&postcount=3103 other bikes same carbs /2
    220361059344QQitemZ220361059344QQptZMotorcyclesQ5f PartsQ5fAccessories Clutch Parts
    http://www.hessler-motorsport.de/shop/index.php?cPath=6 Stefan Hessler performance parts
    http://www.trailtech.net/75-302.html Digital Instruments etc
    http://www.jcwhitney.com/MIKUNI-FUEL-PUMPS/GP_2015684_N_111+10211+600014718_10111.jcw Fuel Pumps
    http://www.suzukicycles.org/DR-series/DR750-800S-Big.shtml
    http://www.thumperpage.com/articles/UKmono.html 1
    http://www.thumperpage.com/articles/UKmono.html
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...winter+project
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9089176&postcount=522 Running Rich problems
    http://home.germany.net/avehrenb/Big/tips_e.html Common DR BIG problems
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=9263384&postcount=861 Tighten those bolts
    http://home.germany.net/avehrenb/DR800maintenance.html German Site Mtnce etc
    http://home.germany.net/avehrenb/Big/DR800Schrauberei.html Float level adjustment
    http://www.drbig.info/tiki-index.php Other DR big foram
    http://suzuki-dr-big-750.howto.cz/en_index.php Czech BIG foram in English RECOMMENDED VIEWING
    http://www.dr-big.com/ overview of DrBig colour schemes and Club info etc
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1fNgMUVhcc8 Japanese DRBig Club
    http://www.dr-big.cz/ Czech owners foram in czech language
    http://www.dr-big.de/forum/ German foram in German language
    http://alpha.messageboard.nl/182/viewforum.php?f=7 Dutch foram for Dr Club Nietherlands
    http://www.thumpertalk.com/ Thumper talk
    http://alpha.messageboard.nl/182/viewforum.php?f=7 Dutch Big Club
    http://dr800bigsweden.webbland.se/board/ Swedish Foram Swedish Language
    http://www.suzukiownersclub.co.uk/fo...pics.asp?FID=2 Suzuki Owners Club
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uo6DTNQ5pE DRBig Wheelies
    http://www.geocities.com/Baja/3421/ Arto Rasimas DR 800 World Tour
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=384345 Russian Ride Vidio
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=11446203&postcount=5002 Engine cutaway view
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=14500713&postcount=8491 Best looking DR ever
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=17770347&postcount=12271 BIGS AT DAKAR
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=17819250&postcount=12311 Fuel conversion tables
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=17836243&postcount=12327 Carb thoery


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  2. 1989dr750

    1989dr750 Adventurer

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    Have a 1989 DR750 with 95000km - I am the 3rd owner. Busy sprucing it up a little. Shall show pics when done.
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  3. bluesman

    bluesman Long timer

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    DR800 SR43A 1992. No only bike I have, but I love it. Bought that DR third hand for 900 Euros, stripped to bits, repainted frame and all bits except plastics (deliberately), bike was mechanically in VERY good shape. With about 60000 km on the clock. No engine work was ever done or needed by now except regular valves and balancr chain adjustments.
    Well, did some stuff to it:
    1. Cut open airfilter and put in jets 132.5
    2. Threw out old 14 kg exhaust and replaced with single titanium stock can from Benelli Tornado tre. Link pipe is ugly (try to weld 1 mm wall pipes with stick) but it is hidden.
    3. Threw out clocks and replaced with TrailtechVapor
    4. Changed handlebar for WPR one and serious aluminium handguard rails
    5. HID headlight
    6. Bought usual crashbars and re-welded them to be really tough. Changed mounting system too.
    7. Front brake replaced with Grimeca 4 pot caliper from Gilera Nordwest, brasked self made literally had to carve from solid aluminium by hand.
    8. Replaced brake line with braided one.

    After all it weights about 180-185 kg dry.

    Now I think I am at 70 000 km. Bike never ever dissapointed me, took it for day training at pro motocross track and was surprised to find that even beginner offroad rider like me can ride it just like big MX and DR doing it just soo good that I never dropped it. Sorry - no really recent pictures...somewhere in Thumpers were my photos of bike after all jobs done. On highway it goes all way up to about 160 kmph (100 mph) with no problem (real speed, not speedo measured) and 2 up it hardly noticing load. Suspension is suprisingly good on both paved and offroad. A bit "lazy" engine low down because of balancer shafts, but give it a bit rpms and it's flying.

    I am no big fan of Suzuki, but IMO big DR bike is WAY underestimated and underrated as ADV bike.
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  4. gaspipe

    gaspipe Wandering Soul Super Moderator

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    I have an '88 DR750 I bought from a friend in Canada. This bike has been modified a bit.

    The motor has a custom Shadbolt camshaft, rejetted carbs, custom airbox, and a Staintune muffler from a VTR Honda matched to the OE headpipe.

    The front headlight is from a Honda scooter, and the turn signals and taillight are custom made LED's. The seat has been recovered over a gel insert and firmer foam. I have a stainless steel front brake line on it now.

    I am going to fit a better front end to it this winter, and see about having a better rear shock made. And relace the wheels.

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  5. bluesman

    bluesman Long timer

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    Just FYI - to share some of my findings...
    Wilbers still sell shocks for big DRs. Not the cheapest, but not too expensive either for all adjustable shocks. I got Wilbers on my sportbike and they are brilliant piece of kit. As for the front - perhaps not really big step, but front from DR800 SR43 series is 43 mm forks (thou not cartridge type) and front wheel with 300 mm brake disk and work suprisingly good. Can be bought off eBay in Germany really cheap. Then Africa Twin front fits too. One of guys I was in contact with put some beefy KTM WP USD front on his DR, but I think this is wrong approach - I saw way too many upgrades to superbeefy forks ending up with simple accident resulting in torn headstock. Because frame was not designed to hold that much force in impact and supebeefy forks = frame fails before forks bend.
    Also, I been told that KLX650 front is almost bolt-on for big DR, but for which one (750 or SR43 800 or SR43 800) I do not know.
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  6. MCmad

    MCmad Banned

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    Welcome Aboard Guys will catch up soon already got some handy info to think about, had my DR out on beach yesterday a guy on a Yamaha WR426 ask me for a friendly drag said he;d take it easy on me at the start which was his mistake as he coudn;t catch me back:cry once we got moving and I didnt stop till I saw 160kph on speedo ( 100mph) It was raining and I could hardly see so I didnt realize how far back he was, so dont think Im a show off please ( thou I am ).
    He was most respectfull after that,:eek1 will talk some more latter, Chow
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  7. osii

    osii Disgruntled Time Traveler

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    This shit you can learn about on this site is outstanding.
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  8. Klay

    Klay dreaming adventurer

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    That DRbig is the holy grail for me.
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  9. nevgriff64

    nevgriff64 Spelt with 2 ffs Super Moderator

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    Anyone else have pictures of these big Suzukis??

    :lurk
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  10. bluesman

    bluesman Long timer

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  11. bluesman

    bluesman Long timer

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    here we go - mine

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  12. MCmad

    MCmad Banned

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    Dont Know how this pic will turn but anyway here goes:eek1 wow that worked:clap
    I like the expression on peoples faces when they see 800 single written on the side :eek1

    Gas Pipe your Bike is a Beauty, Real Nice

    P.S, I just rode my YZ250F down the beach 35ks screaming its head off at 90kph to some monster dunes then back again The DR would have been more comfy at 140, still you live and learn

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  13. Molgan

    Molgan nub

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    Got one! It was the bike I used when I took my drivers licence, have upgraded since but still haven't had the heart to let it go. It needs a shave and an attitude adjustment but it's something with that big thumper that speaks to me..

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  14. MCmad

    MCmad Banned

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    Welcome Molgan I would be interested in some comparisons between your new very saucy toy and the old DR :ear
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  15. Molgan

    Molgan nub

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    Well, to begin with the obvious; the DR is a 16 year older bike.:rolleyes Breaks and suspension has evolved a bit over time, though there is a newer Öhlins suspension mounted in the rear on my bike. But, the difference isn't that huge when you have ridden the bike a bit. Actually I feel that I can push the DR a bit more on quick gravel roads then the Teneré, that could be because I'm more used to the DR then the Teneré off course. If I go offroad and the terrain gets messy the DR becomes too clumpsy though and can't compete with the Ten at all.

    My DR is allmost totally original part from the rear shock and a slightly modified exhaust and air intake. Even so it happens that people turn their heads when I roll by on the beast. :) The only real technical problem I've had with it is the bearings for the stearing stem (guess they have some better name in english but I hope you get it). Everything else was caused by the driver..

    Compared to the Teneré it's less dynamic, not as comfortable and not nearly as good offroad, but it sure has thump, and it's that sick engine that gives the bike its character. The reason why I got me a new bike is simply that I'm not that kind of guy who likes to bring every tool in the garage with me on a trip. The DR is after all an old bike that needs a lot of loving care, and the Ten is rock solid and I feel I could go to the end of the world with it even if I left the screwdriver at home. My DR is at the moment screaming for some new valves, a few new bearings and a overhaul of the carbs. Many years of rough treatment can bring down even the toughest. :D

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  16. bluesman

    bluesman Long timer

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    A little bit offtopic - may be need to be posted to Tenere tread... Before you read this: I actually like new Tenere a lot and really tempted to buy it. Just for information. Believe it or not - I do not know. I am just sharing what I heard.
    Literally 2 days ago I found some loads of info about how it lives in real life. We were on big offroad ride with mostly big DRs ( I think about 10 of them?), one KTM 640 Adv, Rally Superten and one XL600 Dakar for all day from 9:30 am to 6:30 PM and were lead by the guy who truly is riding God. He was riding old Tenere (that big tank version, forgot exact name) like he was born on it, on really hard-enduro like terrain and knew every gap in forests around.
    He somehow was one of like long time official testers for Yamaha on new Tenere and ridden one to its death. He said: very good for soft riding, do not push it.
    After he rode it same was as his old Tenere new one had some troubles:
    1. Rear flappers, numberplate and all tail fell off. And I think if I understood correctly rear part of frame (subframe?) cracked.
    2. Exhaust link pipe-header cracked and broke on left side under pillion
    3. Rear wheel rim cracked
    4. Front fender cracked in few places
    5. Footpegs - something was up with them, not sure what...he said it in Dutch and I missed it
    6. Even when front fender was OK on water crossings or in heavy rain water was getting straight under front mask and under headlight and literally spraying in his face from hole under headlight. He said it needs small flapper on front forks under mask.
    7. Side stand have tendency to fold and you need to be very accurate and unfold it all the way.

    Eventually he said that engine is sweet and rear swingarm is great too, forks kinda OK and brakes good as well, and he loved that grey plastic on sides for saving bike from total demolishing. With all that he did not crash it on hard ground at all, he just rode it as he rides his Tenere, he was positive on that. And bike now with Yamaha for some analysis. Perhaps they will be doing some changes or something? Anyway, positive part is that Yamaha guys DO care on what riders think!

    For myself I (beginner) found after that ride that DR is SO much more capable than I thought and that changing tires to reall offroad tires, knobby kind is a must to be able to really ride it. My Mefo Explorers became useless moment I was hitting wet mud and clay, which for me (a beginner) was not that confidence-inspiring. Clay made them look like sleeks for Moto GP. Great on other surfaces, bad on mud. Other guys did let me see how Big should really be ridden in forrests and truly rough terrain....By God they were quick! :eek1
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  17. Molgan

    Molgan nub

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    I had to fasten the numberplate once since it almost came off because of vibrations, so yes there is a problem. Gonna replace the whole plastic thing with a smaller alu thing when I get the custom exhaust. Had a look at the subframe and it looks really solid, can't belive he managed to crack it. But stranger things have happened.
    It's a big blob of an exhaust and it vibrates so not impossible. Once again glad I'm replacing it. =)
    Reckless driving! :D
    Weird. Getting a high fender anyway.
    I think they are too short and I took the rubber off after a few kilometers because it didn't feel safe. Someone mentioned they could easily be replaced with WR ribbed foot pegs so I'll try that.
    Yep, discovered that too. Hope the OTR high fender helps a bit.
    Yep! Second day after I bought it I slammed it to the ground, had the jacket, raincover and helmet on me and didn't see that the side stand returned. Felt kind of stupid. :rofl

    Good points, and yep I guess Yamaha will see to it until next season. Must remember that these test drivers are supposed to drive the bike to it's death so things are supposed to break. =) I'm still incredibly happy with the bike and I guess I will stick to it for a long time. And you are correct that this maybe should be in the Teneré thread, a lot of people would be interested. Could also be posted here:
    http://www.xt660.com/forumdisplay.php?f=128

    Yes it's a lot up to the rider what the bike can do, seen some crazy stunts pulled off with the 800, some was even intentional. :D
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  18. bluesman

    bluesman Long timer

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    I am really tempted with Tenere, and I think ergos on that bike just PERFECT... but then I will wait till Intermot 2008 (in October, just 1,5 hour drive from my house) and I am feeling I am going to end up with keeping DR+ buying something like WR450F. Unless of course KTM will make 690 Adventure and I will have to hold on for 2 years until they will fix all bugs :lol3

    BTW - if you will ever need any help with DR spares etc. from Germany or other places - ping me, I'll try to help if there is postage/delivery problems etc. :wink:
    Same goes for guys in US with DRs - if you need help just let me know...
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  19. ztaj

    ztaj jatz

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    Hi all
    Finaly managed to post after allsorts of login issues.
    Anyway I'm the proud owner of an 88 DR750(will post pics when I work out how to embed them in the post).
    Pretty much standard bike alround, swaped it for a 95 BMW f650,I think it was a good deal(still havn't made up my mind yet) find it much more comfortable to ride than the beemer, much better body position when up on the pegs. And the sound it makes is something else, I think it's a standard pipe although theres nothing to compare it to round here.
    Havn't worked out how to open up the air box yet, but when I do I'll be back to find out about re-jetting.
    Anyway I'm happy with the performance for now, and the sound(did I already mention that).
    Bluesman, I could be in touch re the spares for this bike, not sure what prices are like where you are but I paid $100 nz for an air filter and oil filter which I thought was a bit steep, and I could get parts for the bmw out of the U.K. myself,cheaper and quicker than going through the local bike shop.

    J.....
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  20. MCmad

    MCmad Banned

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    Hi Molgan your Ten looks very cool, thanks for reply but I was wondering how the engines compared for power say if you are passing a vehicle travelling at 110 kays, my Dr with loud pipe cut air cleaner top and jetting absolutly stonks at that speed nothing ive ridden has more top gear pull from 100 to 140ks including KTM950 adventure or GSX1100 suzuki and what about general open road cruising is it relaxed at 110 to 130kph how would they compare , Just interested since you own both

    Welcome ztaj, to post pictures I down size to under 144 kb in my files then you can pick them up in the advanced post under attachment by useing the brouser, Good luck, look forward to seeing pictures soon Also I will add you to owners list I am compileing ( see first post )
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