Lets see your XT660R

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by EnduroAlexis, Dec 10, 2006.

  1. kermitridesagain

    kermitridesagain Been here awhile

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    wr450 doesnt seem like it ll be great on road

    nor does the drz unfortunately
  2. Racing2t

    Racing2t Adventurer

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    This was yesterday, looking for a little village in the middle of the mountains, but I couldn´t find the correct road even with the gps, so I take a few photos instead.

    I love this bike! :clap
  3. kermitridesagain

    kermitridesagain Been here awhile

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    i love your bike too, it also looks really light

    more photos required!!!!!

    it just looks ready to jump on and have a great time
  4. Racing2t

    Racing2t Adventurer

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    Hello, I will arrive home on friday, I'll post more photos, now I'm working and only have crap internet in my phone.
    The bike goes really well now but take me a lot of time to make it work, suspension, exhaust, brakes... lots of things for an amateur mecanic. :D:D
  5. kermitridesagain

    kermitridesagain Been here awhile

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    i had spotted the forks and the 2 into 1 but not the brakes


    you ve done a good job....for an amateur mechanic!!!
  6. Racing2t

    Racing2t Adventurer

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    Thank you!
    Front fork and wheel are from an YZ450F '09 with a 320mm brake disc, but the caliper is oem XT Brembo so I had to make a caliper relocation bracket (but this was with professional help!).
    The forks are revalved and with 0.54 springs.

    The exhaust is from MetalMule mixed with LeoVince silencer.
    It has Power Commander, custom map, BMC filter,and drilled airbox.
  7. kermitridesagain

    kermitridesagain Been here awhile

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    it looks way more agile and light than a stock bike
  8. slip

    slip Been here awhile

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    Wow, wish the states would get this bike. I had a TT 500 way back in the day.
  9. Racing2t

    Racing2t Adventurer

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    New photos of my bike.
    Sorry about the quality but are form a mobile phone.

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  10. Pete-NZ

    Pete-NZ Long timer

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    Nice,,,,

    Close to mine in the mod department...

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  11. Moyston

    Moyston oh oo too fast!

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    Does anyone know how much roughly a second hand good set of the Yamaha GYTR pipes would be for the "r" model?

    cant seem to find an a rough price
  12. kermitridesagain

    kermitridesagain Been here awhile

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    more pics guys!!!!
  13. Racing2t

    Racing2t Adventurer

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    Yes, mine´s similar to PeteNZ´s, but I´m waiting for new modifications...:evil

    Meanwhile, some pics of my latest ride to Guadalajara (not Mexico, but Spain).

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  14. Blakduk

    Blakduk Don’t be too practical.

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    I've busted a taillight. I think it is too heavy to be bouncing through potholes, can you tell me where you got that tiny neat looking tail light and number plate holder?
  15. Pete-NZ

    Pete-NZ Long timer

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    i have a WR450 rear guard/tail light on mine..
  16. LuxVega

    LuxVega Alpine Rider

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    Hi Guys,

    I'm new in this Forum and based in Austria, in the midst of the southeast Alpine ranges. My bike is an '07 XT660R with quite a bit of modifications and some 54.000km on it. So far it took me to places as far up north as Lapland in Sweden and Norway and down south to Naples and the Amalfi Coast.


    @Blakduk
    Maybe you'd be happy with one of these, that's what I've mounted on mine:
    http://www.kedo.com/products/30815/1/1.html

    That's the view from behind:
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    Here are some pics, would be great to hear some feedback on them

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  17. wcomnisky

    wcomnisky WopWopsRider

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    No mods, except the missing side panel (:huh I don't know the name in English) after a tumble (in other day :rofl)

    My wife and our XT at Canyon Guartelá, in Castro city, Paraná State, Brazil
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    Tyres Mitas E-09 :gun1
  18. Racing2t

    Racing2t Adventurer

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    I bought my taillight in a local shop, I think is from a spanish brand, Vicma if i remember well. It´s made for enduro bikes and cost me 20€.

    Anyway, i had to reinforce it with a sheet of metal to avoid too much bouncing.
  19. Racing2t

    Racing2t Adventurer

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    LuxVega, I like your bike, it have clever modifications without going mad like PeteNZ or me.
    I can see a DNA Stage 2 and OTR 2into1, do you have a Power Commander? Any power figures?
  20. Pete-NZ

    Pete-NZ Long timer

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    Hey....
    I resent that.... going mad !!!! ... little crazy maybe....:huh





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