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  • Spacehog

Posted April 19, 2002 - 08:17 AM

#1

Well i've just got my brand new XR650r supermoto and it's awesome, all derestricted and pulls from low down like a tractor.
What i want to know is do they make much more power when they 'loosen' up, i've done about 150 miles and just wondered if there's more to come.
Not that it feels underpowered tho'.

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  • qadsan

Posted April 19, 2002 - 10:34 AM

#2

Originally posted by Spacehog:
...What i want to know is do they make much more power when they 'loosen' up, ...


I don't think you'll be making any more noticible power where you'll actually feel the difference. Check out this awesome XR650R supermoto link for some more excellent ideas. Honda offers an HRC kit with a high compression piston and a differnt cam that will give you more power on the top end if you ever want more out of it.

http://www.supermote....uk/nhxr650.htm





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