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Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by dgrs2, Dec 17, 2004.
You just had to go a spoil my day didnt you
I would like to know how you checked
she's pretty 205....
Who cares? Definitely easy on the eyes.
Now back to your KTM pictures...
TrailJammer Designs has a nice new exhaust guard. Powder coated in black. Looks pretty cool!
awe man that looks awesome with the orange safari tanks
I think I went 2-1-2
Sorry about the deviation and the fact my last trip was on the 640 so here's one from Valdez
Just joined the 990 Adventure owners ranks with this Dakar edition, will have to give it a good test over the Christmas break
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If that were true, she'd be driving a Subaru.
And here's a pic so I don't get too far off topic
She's getting a new color scheme in the next few months!
Details on radio, please?
Wow, Mike, that's fantastic !
Do you usually change tires according to the on-off road change? Is a knobby front tire untreatable on tarmac with the 950/990?
hey wanna ride to Key West with me?
At lest she still plays the game
I like how you are adapting the patient lift for supporting your bike!!!!
No, I prefer knobbies as long as I know I can get off-road somewhere. If I know I am going for a street ride, I switch to a different set of wheels with Scorpions on them. My front TKC was dying a miserable slow death much faster than anticipated due to the extra weight of the bigger tanks and weight of my gear. I picked up that tire hanging from the rear from a guy in Anchorage for $20 with about 75% of the tread left. I couldn't find a 21" knobby anywhere in stock so I settled for that. The front made it to Montana/Canada border before I changed it at camp.
That's a great picture. Thanks. No let's see the full bike shot. Great looking bike!
The radio is an Icom IC41S, connected to a GME 3db gain antenna, Sena SR10, bluetoothed to Sena SMH10.
PTT button is
Good for about 5 k's in hilly country
Does that help
Do you hit your foot on the antenna when mounting the bike?
Nah, nowhere near it.
Should be heaps of room.