Hi all. I've had a DR200 for a couple months now. Got it to scratch an itch I had to ride in the dirt again. I've actually read all 411 pages of this thread (finally) and thought I'd check in to say hello. What I've done so far (preface: all I care about is riding as hard as I can in the dirt, btw): Kientech jet kit Kientech pipe mod, also have an FMF 2 stroke pipe that came with the bike that actually works well after repacking it, believe it or not. Currently am running the FMF pipe for weight considerations. (and yes, I know this sounds insane!) Took as much as I can off the bike for weight reasons - mirrors off (replaced with one small fold-away acerbis mirror that is good for legal reasons and not much else), smaller blinkers, passenger pegs off, etc. Also, I pretty much ride to the same place everytime (the Prairie City Motocross practice track in Folsom, CA) - so I've figured out how much gas I need and only add that amount to the bike when I leave. With the 1.5 gallons I don't add, save a lot of weight there too (about 10-11lbs). Rotated shifter up for boot clearance reasons, pulled rubber grommet off it for clearance reasons. Dremeled away part of the sprocket cover in order to give the shifter the clearance it needs. 3m protective film on the tank and some of the side plastic. My knee guards and boots are heck on those items. Installed BBR springs from the CRF150F, and generally have fiddled with the suspension as much as I can. It's helped a lot so far. Added rim locks front and rear, also heavy duty tubes. Balanced the wheels as well. Running dirt-oriented Kenda K760's on front and rear at 12-14psi in the dirt. (I fill the tires to 20+ psi when I ride to the track, let the air out at the track and then re-pump them up with a little 8" hand pump I carry in my small tool pack) Raised the forks 3mm in the triple clamps, may go up to 5mm soon. Added 30cc of 10wt (stock) oil to forks. May add a little more, but not much because worried about being close to max. All-in-all am having more fun than I counted on with this bike. It's a bit of a sled just by the nature of what it is (e.g., a dual sport that has some poundage on all-out dirt bikes/MXers), but it's actually quite capable of ripping around if tweaked with a little bit and ridden correctly.