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2 stroke Dualsport ?

Discussion in '2 smokers' started by rgp332, Oct 6, 2012.

  1. bchunter

    bchunter Been here awhile

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    That is the engine that I put in my Suzuki frame in the above video. Gotta love a sleeper 2T DS ride - WOOOHOOO :wings
  2. sevenfourate

    sevenfourate UK Mud-Plugger......

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    Im dual-sporting this in the UK:

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  3. pdxjim

    pdxjim Two Stroke Terror

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    Yep. I got a plated '00 300ECX a while ago and promptly converted it to supermoto trim and 14/40 gearing. It'll loft the front wheel, cruise at 65-75 without issue for hours on end, and tops out around 105mph. Untouchable in the tight twisties and lots of fun on the roadrace and kart track.

    I threw the dirt wheels and 14/45 gearing back on a couple weeks ago and had a great day on the local fireroads. Even saw almost 90mph with alot of throttle left over. We have a daylong DS/enduro ride scheduled for this weekend, can't wait!

    I have a D675 for when I wanna go really fast or really far, but the 300 is always my goto for around town (or trackdays, or dirt riding or, etc)

    Swapping the wheels only takes about an hour.

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  4. off2ride

    off2ride 2 strokes live!

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    I bought my 2013 KTM 300 XCW and also bought a 20 litre tank. I've used that only for a while, as my gas mileage on the standard tank has far exceeded my expectations. We did a 125 mile ride with the 20L tank. At about 110 miles I had to switch to reserve. At the end of the ride, I had about 4" of fuel in the lower parts of the tank - I wish I could tell you the final range, but I suspect 150 miles or more.
  5. CousinLarry

    CousinLarry Ridin Dirty

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    After going from a KLX350 to this 200 EXC, I don't ever want to ride anything but a KTM 200. hahahaa.. This bike is so god damn fuckin fantastic. I love it. Nothing like a plated two stroke ripper! The forest is about four miles from my driveway.

    Sadly it's been about two weeks since I've been on it :( Might start the winter overhaul soon and get her ready for the Spring.

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  6. AWM

    AWM Beard Bros Racing

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    Its a 2 stroke nation.:deal








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    The new project.:evil


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  7. pvt joker

    pvt joker Latebird

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    Amen

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  8. Mr. Carts

    Mr. Carts Been here awhile

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    My IT465 is plated completely street legal:
    H4 Headlight with Piaa Xtreme White bulb, turn signals, front and rear brake lights, 10ah battery, dual mirrors.
    Clarke 4 gal tank
    Kenda K760 Trakmaster Dot tires.

    I had to have it completely street legal just in case I run into a USFS Ranger on a power trip. They can be total dicks, this way I can tell them to Piss Off.
  9. Sub Zero

    Sub Zero Ice Breather!

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    wheres the pics!

    my old IT490.

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    rebar kickstand, orange grips (all i had to use at the time), boat trailer tail light, budget turn signals, and an old honda speedo. back when i was on a serious budget lol
  10. Mr. Carts

    Mr. Carts Been here awhile

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    I am not to good at posting photos but here it is:
  11. Mr. Carts

    Mr. Carts Been here awhile

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  12. Mr. Carts

    Mr. Carts Been here awhile

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  13. Mr. Carts

    Mr. Carts Been here awhile

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  14. Mr. Carts

    Mr. Carts Been here awhile

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    Yeah I know it is not blue but the National Forest backs up to the long side of my property so I like to blend in when I am riding the single tracks.
  15. Bucho

    Bucho DAMNrider

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    I like the green. Gives it a rugged utilitarian look.

    Is that a Yamaha? (please inform the ignorant)


  16. Mr. Carts

    Mr. Carts Been here awhile

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    It is a Yamaha IT465.
  17. triton227

    triton227 n00b

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    I ride my plated '99 cr125 everywhere, I run Maxima 927 at 32:1 with no problems so far.

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  18. pitbull doug

    pitbull doug Been here awhile

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    Well Guess this applies with the title of the this thread my 01 CR500R,the street is not her finer points,but when shes in the high desert sand/dirt fun factor is way high! Cool thread here just stumbled on it.

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  19. davesupreme

    davesupreme grand poobah

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    who did you have to torture to get the tag on that bad boy?.....:deal
  20. triton227

    triton227 n00b

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    No one, they will give you a tag for anything here in AZ no inspection required, all you have to do is pay your $20 and your done, :D