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Lets see your XT660R

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

  1. AlexeiRussia

    AlexeiRussia n00b

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  2. Willybanjo

    Willybanjo www.BulgariaBikeShipping.com

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    [​IMG] Few picks of my bike :)[​IMG]

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  3. dallastx

    dallastx Been here awhile

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    That's a challenge to ride there with those tyres, not much grip I pressume?
  4. AdventureCosta

    AdventureCosta n00b

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  5. AdventureCosta

    AdventureCosta n00b

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  6. mattias se

    mattias se 1975mandel

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    i trying to post a pics and : Enter media URL: ?????

    help
  7. Moyston

    Moyston oh oo too fast!

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    awww i wish i had have seen that mob in Brasil before i bought a set....
  8. M.Medel

    M.Medel Been here awhile

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    Best regards
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  9. M.Medel

    M.Medel Been here awhile

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    Best regards
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  10. Tharaphita

    Tharaphita Been here awhile

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    Nice pic.

    One day i met up with with a guy on a xt660z. We rode sandy area, we both had same tyres (knobby front and mitas 09 rear). and after awhile we switched bikes.

    He was first time on xtr and he was fishtailing and playing with bike like a crazy. He said he could take climbs he never would have made it with xtz and bike felt a lot more responsive and suspension not bottoming out every little whole. He said the xtr feel totally different almoust real enduro like.

    As from my experience, xtz felt more stable, way less drama, kinda relaxed ride, fairing actually works, but when things got rough in sandy spots it felt way heavier and harder to control, after switching bikes back xtr felt tons lighter.
  11. Racing2t

    Racing2t Adventurer

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    Well, after a couple of months trying to make the Offtheroad rally fairing work, I give up. :( There´s an annoying buffeting that hits me just in the helmet, so I can't see anything above 90-100km/h. I have a friend that works with fiberglass and we have tried different possitions and heights, nothing works, so back to stock.

    By the way, some pics of my Saturday ride with my friend Alex.
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  12. Moyston

    Moyston oh oo too fast!

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    have you tried this?

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Puig-win...hash=item27e26b623d:m:mAnLiWY72Et-hVE1X9lLT6w
  13. Pete-NZ

    Pete-NZ Long timer

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    I have a yamaha high screen... they work well...
  14. Racing2t

    Racing2t Adventurer

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    Yes, but I loved the look of the offtheroad fairing, and the way that I can put my gps, temp meter and a 12V socket. But now I prefer the stock screen because the wind doens`t disturb and I mounted the gps in the handlebar.

    PS: The twin H4-H7 headlight was the best part of the offtheroad fairing. Better lighting than stock.
  15. Racing2t

    Racing2t Adventurer

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    This weekend at the Arguis Winter Rally (Spanish Pyrennes).
    My XT and my poorly mounted tent.
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    Me and my bike near France.
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    The mighty XT.
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    My route mates, with heavier and not so beautiful bikes.
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  16. Moyston

    Moyston oh oo too fast!

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    that looks a fair playground to be riding around in
  17. Aart

    Aart n00b

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    Hey guys, not a picture of my bike, however, I would really like to try and make mine look a little more like this. I absolutely love the look of this 2in1 exhaust. Can anyone tell me the brand it is off? Would be wonderfull,

    Cheers,

    Aart
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  18. Pete-NZ

    Pete-NZ Long timer

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    The exhaust system is made by Metal Mule..
    good systems..some people have reported fitting issues
    mine bolted straight on with out a prob....


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  19. Moyston

    Moyston oh oo too fast!

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    just above you post #565 there is a site for a mob that have also produced a single exhaust and they look ok
  20. Aart

    Aart n00b

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    Thanks guys, seems like Metal Mule are now selling a slightly different exhaust... Unfortunately.