Who has the most tricked-out DR ?

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by Zapp22, Feb 3, 2006.

  1. Piercemcn

    Piercemcn n00b

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    2014 DR. Only thing left to change is the tank, but not really looking for a bigger one. Anyone have any ideas for a smaller plastic tank, maybe from a 350 or 200?

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  2. foxfire

    foxfire YRUYUR?

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    Clarke is slightly more capacity and less weight, but keeps the general shape of stock.

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  3. Piercemcn

    Piercemcn n00b

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    Thanks foxfire. I got off the phone with Procycle yesterday and it seems that is the best option. 3 oz lighter comparing both tanks full in the end.
  4. kezzajohnson

    kezzajohnson kezza

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    kezzajohnson kezza

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  6. Snowy

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    From years back.

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  7. TinMan207

    TinMan207 Most often a lurker...

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    Could you elaborate on the "cut down side panels" ? It intrigues me.
  8. sidetrack one

    sidetrack one Chief Tiddler Supporter

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  9. BergDonk

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    Looking good S1. I didn't look close enough the other day, too many other things going on, but will next time :thumb
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    Yes, very cool, S1. Definitely lots of interesting bits, but could you tell a little about the exhaust. That's the show-stopper.
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    doc riverz anatra di seduta

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  12. BergDonk

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  13. Mambo Dave

    Mambo Dave I cannot abide.

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    The more I look at the pictures, the more I like it!
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  14. FDSR_MIKE

    FDSR_MIKE Been here awhile Supporter

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    anyone know if you can run the Maier front disc cover with aftermarket stock size rotors?
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    joenuclear Still here....

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  16. FDSR_MIKE

    FDSR_MIKE Been here awhile Supporter

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    To answer my own question: yes you can run the Maier disc cover with the Warp 9 stock size front rotor PhotoEditor_20190401_212800012.jpeg