DRZ 400 PICTURE Thread

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by southforkspeedster, Nov 11, 2008.

  1. Valleyrider

    Valleyrider I Survived The '60s

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    Posted else where. Here's mine.

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    This one is before the exhaust tip was added.
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  2. chaos

    chaos Adventurer

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    Valleyrider...

    What kind of rack is that?

    Tks...
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  3. Valleyrider

    Valleyrider I Survived The '60s

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    A poster on Thumper Talk made it. Stainless Steel. I realy like it.
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  4. Fireman1000

    Fireman1000 Long timer

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    Did you just put the SM rotor in the S wheels, or did you change calipers?
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  5. oPAULo

    oPAULo jack of all terrain

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    Yup. SM rotors on the S wheels. Hubs are identicle.
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  6. SAFETYFIFTH

    SAFETYFIFTH Let's Rip Lip!

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    awesome thread. makes me want to sell my klr!
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  7. chaos

    chaos Adventurer

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    Me too...You wouldnt happen to have any contact info for this person on TT would you? PM me if you like.
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  8. DrB

    DrB dirty old man

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    a few pics of my sold DRZ-E. not a good idea selling the good bike. i think sometimes i will look for an other DRZ(-SM) again.

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  9. Marvin_ADV

    Marvin_ADV Been here awhile

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    A few pics of the two DRZEs I have had and currently own. The 01 had CR250 forks and a full Yosh, the 02 is farkled pretty good, engine basically stock. Previous owner of 02 screwed up the FCR so bad I could never get it to run right, so I bought and FCR 39MX and it bolted right on using S model throttle cables. The green KLX is a friends. Great bikes and tons of indestructable fun!

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  10. Valleyrider

    Valleyrider I Survived The '60s

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    PM to you...
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  11. canadasax

    canadasax Been here awhile

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    Here is my new to me 2008 DRZ400. 900 kms (600 miles)

    I am new to DRZ's so any advice you can give me would be helpful.

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  12. manganos

    manganos Let me pontificate.

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    Sold my plated E today to Steve91T. Hope he enjoys it as much as I did.
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  13. Lance Hardwud

    Lance Hardwud Long timer

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  14. Fireman1000

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  15. oPAULo

    oPAULo jack of all terrain

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  16. Gobby

    Gobby Trust Me!

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    I like your idea. What did you do about the side cover, leave it as it was, or did you manage to modify it in any way?:photog :photog
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  17. 00SS

    00SS Always a vicious cycle

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    It still dirty from when i took a digger 6 weeks ago.. but it's finally time to get back on her this weekend .. woo hoo :D

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    now to figure out why after the wipeout, when i pull the clutch in the bike starts (starter engages when i shift). :confused Took it apart and got the sand out and reset the little v-clip that goes to the starter button.. funny it wasn't a spring.
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  18. middy

    middy Been here awhile

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    A few from Tasmania,
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  19. pplassm

    pplassm Brace for collision!

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  20. pplassm

    pplassm Brace for collision!

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