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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by NSFW, Mar 5, 2008.
I saw other posts of your new toy but I had no idea it was so functional. Badass dude.
Yay... Buster's back!
Yeah, but he can't play with us any more.
Freekin' awesome !!
Does it have a rekluse?
I think you need to get a couple of these helmets ...
Damn it Noel.....what if my wife sees these pictures?......:huh
Ain't nothin gonna breaka my stride, ain't nothin gonna slow me down, oh no, I've got to keep on movin'
Wish I had checked the thread yesterday. Would have loved to join the ride today.
Any rides planned before the DV Noob Rally?
dunerat, you got some stones my friend. Nice work riding that thing up there. :huh
SWEET ! .
I have Urals too , only Solos .
Once you try one you'll be hooked , they're the most fun you'll ever have with your pants on .
Plus , Wives , kids and dogs all love 'em .
They really do go anywhere and are very reliable , mine have never left me afoot .
sean, the bike was flawless. light @ 250#, nimble and with decent power. don't need more. throttle is very crisp.
still stock suspension and was soft, but it didn't bother me.
14/52 gearing is great. stock was 14/45. bike and rider are happy on 3rd gear. 60 mph on pavement is ok,
i will be installing a 5.3 gal tank and an aftermarket exhaust next.
after the suspension job (3/4 lower), a steering damper will be nice.
i will still do another shakedown ride before the noobs rally. keep an eye on this thread.cool to have more noobies showing up and get some dirt experience.
52T on the rear! I run 14/50 on my 310 and it's got plenty of grunt in the tight stuff. Mine is lowered just a smidge as well.
Wait until you drop a Rekluse in that thing. So happy for you Joel. Really really fun little bike.
thanks buster and i can't ask for another small bike.
rekluse for sure if you help me install it...
nice job on the vid.
Thanks for the heads up! I actually rode with Rider914 at Lytle Creek with my newly acquired 07 450exc. HS what a blast that bike is! Feels like a giant downhill mountain bike that goes uphills real fast too - awesome day. I'll subscribe to this thread and try sift through the chatter so I know where and when to hook up in the future.
The owner is a stand up guy.
Pretty cool, never knew they had a seat for the wife & the girlfriend, pretty smart those russians!
They can be had with either the tractor seat(s) or a very good bench seat .
Parts are cheap and plentiful , I don't find the need for many parts .
Be aware these are not made for going 75 + MPH .
What is the comfortable hwy cruising speed with these?
Mines still breaking in but 65 is no prob...it's where I'm comfy ...
This one doesn't look stock