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Discussion in 'Japanese polycylindered adventure bikes' started by ralogan, Jan 24, 2002.
I got my center stand from heavyduties.ro before I moved to the US
You did a great job
Kinda makes me want to do more than just an engine rebuild on mine ('90 model I brought over from Europe when I moved to Mississippi three years ago)
heavy duties wouldn’t ship to n america when i enquired.
Did anyone change the clutch of the XTZ 750 with clutch of the Tdm900?
I mean did anyone use the clutch basket and clutch cover of the Tdm900 into the Xtz750.
Thank you for your answering
I've used the clutch basket and plates of a 4TX TDM and the pressure plate and cover of the TDM900. Did this for a lighter clutch and it seems to work!
Can someone produce this Uper Fork clamp for XTZ750?
That's beautiful! For what forks would it be?
Do you have the CAD file? Then it's should be easy to find a CNC company to produce it. Otherwise, there's a dutch guy in Norway with a design and CNC company for bikes:
If you have the CAD file it'll be 250 euros.
I don’t have CAD file.
I am looking for a stock screen, if anyone has a lead on one.
Also, a speedometer cable, and possibly the speedo driving hub at the wheel.
New arrived today
That's more than twice what I've paid for my XTZ750
Who made the shock?
Changed the clutch at 70,000 km with standard XTZ750 but heavy duty springs. Turns out I did not need to change the clutch yet....but there you go.
If you mean the low standard one (no actual see-through screen), I have one.
Öhlins shock absorber is Made by Rooske SuspensionService in Holand.
super nice that there are still so many guys working on their XTZ750.
This is mine, with which i'm doing some TET trails in Europe.
Nasty and badass mate...
That's my "beuty"...