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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by Nanin, Sep 13, 2006.
Here's the 125 she started on:
Now she's on a 230
Just installed a BD headlight kit, YZ fender, exhaust endcap, opened up the air box, and rejetted.
I had a ttr 250 for a little while, I did a few mods to it..............
Same way my son learned to ride. 125 then 230 now he is eying a WR250
Here is my 8 year old on her 2000 ttr90
Very proud of herself at the end of the day
Had a nice Saturday:
Some spots where slippy
But great driving!! The TT600R is a nice bike
my $900 2005 ttr-125le. The bike had less than a 100 miles on it.
Its my play bike when I dont feel like suiting up and just was have fun
My wife at the Bonnet Carre Spillway outside New Orleans.
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My end can doesn't have any markings on it either???????? Your baffle looks slightly different too!
My piece of trouble - 02 TTR600.
Barely used ..... Almost stole it from the PO..
Fitted a WR headlight to my TTR600
Further on I purchased a 33 Liter Tank for my TTR that needs to be painted. It is a hughe thing.
I've just put a deposit on a very clean and low kay 98 TTR600R.
It still has the standard muffler, is there much gains in power fitting an aftermarket can????
I'll put some pics up when i get her home.
Not mine.. tt-r 250 raid, I have been told lots of dry grass build up was the culprit
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Wintertime in Holland....slippery tracks...
The TTR thread lives!
So keep on posting
Great little toy