Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by damasovi, Jan 17, 2007.
Looks like a veypor computer in a custom dash. A good metal worker could fab one up for you.
This is my baby right after I got done bolting a bunch of crap on her this winter.
You guys are a great inspiration. I'm having to dig back a couple seasons and make shit up to compete here.
Ok, a break on the Echo Trail, somewhere around Ely, Minn.
this guy clearly wins the " i don't need no stinking trailer award"
few things i see in the Florida keys surprise me...but this stopped me in my tracks. so many questions.....
You can't make that shit up.
I expect if you engaged the person in conversation, you will get that familiar...
"hey, it's a KLR" line...
Was made on a 3d printer.......
Not out here it aint!
klr spells personal..the only shine is the from the smile when I ride mine..enjoy guys
it was so cold, the darn thing froze right to the bike!
What plastics guard is that? Thanks.
Finally had a nice day here on Ohio.
That's a set of happy trails crash bars.
Happy trails skid plate, pannier racks, fork brace, master cylinder guard.
Pelican 1430 side cases
Seahorse 540 top case
KTM front fender
Also did the 22 cent mod/drill, L mod with 1" Uni filters installed, low profile magnetic drain plug, proper valve adjustments(almost out of spec from factory) and a thermobob.
Factory KLR handle bar bag. Slightly larger windshield, maybe some other crap I forgot.
Notice any difference after your valve adjust? How many miles? Thanks
Here are some pic's from a little get together down here.
We had fun, but i don't know if the neighbors were that impressed.
Where else would a KLR owner live? If you listen carefully, you can almost hear the banjos.
Every KLR should come with a free Staintune and a stone tunnel (mud hole included at the exit)
No, I wasn't fast enough, the rain caught me. The rain I could handle, it was the 80km/h crosswind gusts that I didn't like.
Dang, what a party.
KLR650 the bike to have for the Zombie Apocolypse
My groups political adviser and media consultant, Capt. Ron.
On his faithful first gen. KLR
You sir are giving me a run for my money. What's next on your farkle list?
One of my riding chums' KLR from a trip out west couple years ago.
The guy conservatively takes like 10 pictures a year, and Twisted Throttle pics HIS to be in the first pages of their catalog that year, and he scored some free stuff. I gave it a ride in HDR.