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Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by dgrs2, Dec 17, 2004.
That's why the ride, the guitar and the girlfriend must never be lent...
I agree with the ride and guitar.
There aren't too many bikes I wouldn't hop off for a Bitchin Baltic Burger.
Just picked up a 2010 990 (standard) last week. Got to explore the wide open prairies last weekend. I've got to get with the program and get some more bike pictures.
This is an upgrade from a KLR650. The weight for the first 30 minutes was intimidating. After I started standing & treating it like a dirt bike, the rest of the ride was an absolute blast.
Jeff: I've blasted that exact stretch a few times.. did you ride the embankment on the south shore of the "reservoir" ?
Jeff, you now have two out of (what I think are the right) three.
Did a ride similar to that this past summer in Montana. I couldn't believe how flat, open and desolate that place can be
this in my love
You walked so far away from your Adventure, I can't see it any longer!
So.... What do you have against the 450?
Yeah, I'm fully assimilated now.
2011 300 XC-W
2006 450 EXC
2010 990 Adventure
Life is good.
Anyone interested in a fully farkled 2007 KLR 650?
Yea, I call it the Orange phase of my life.
Might be a hard-sell on Orange Crush. :eek1
OK that's the second one with a sweet sticker kit !
Were are you finding them ?????
oops never mind I just found it !
Nice! I really like the white.
Speaking of stickers......
Has anyone come up with a sticker kit that works on the Safari tanks yet
Me too .
When I was shopping that was all I could find ??
Must not be to menny likers ?
Depends what you mean by "works"
These orange ones my brother made of 3M vinyl have been on since July. No problems with adhesion, but they have a few minor gas bubbles. Just about time to change them out... hmmmm, may go with a multi-color logo this time.
The full wrap didn't last too long before bubbles appeared almost everywhere, but using the smaller decals seems to work better (more exposed surface area for out-gassing?). Also, the TechSpec tank pads are still holding in place with no bubbles underneath, either.
That's because I didn't want you to see it was a GS
Just kidding, I was on an 04 950. I carry a camera around my neck and rarely get off the bike so lots of my pictures are bikeless.
That picture was taken shortly after this one. (no GS!)
After cresting the hill (Mountain for that area) the GPS said turn right so I went down this which led to a rail crossing then down what was either an old road/rail bed or drainage levy shown in the original post.
Just got this!