Erik Marquez

"Da List": DR-Z400 Popular Parts List

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does tt sell the ssw fcr high clearance choke assembly?

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Could call it the "50hp package".?....I know Eddie used to advert this way...I don't think he could put a copyright on the term.. :thinking:

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It would be great if the install instructions were posted with the products. That way, I could see what I was getting myself into in advance :) . Plus it helps to determine what tools are needed. Nothing worse than settling in for an install and finding out that you are missing critical tool(s).

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See something missing? Make a suggestion! :)

Personally i would like a switch that keeps the bike running but turns off all lights. Head lights, brake lights, turn signal , and speedometer. I had one on my 73 kawasaki served me well many of time...

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Personally i would like a switch that keeps the bike running but turns off all lights. Head lights, brake lights, turn signal , and speedometer. I had one on my 73 kawasaki served me well many of time...

 

Excellent for ditching the law at night......hahahaha

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I'm not sure what everyone's using but I can't find lever purches for the drz sm anywhere. I want to replace my stock that have the mirror holes in them with somthing that looks better. Anyone know of any ?

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As of now, we are the only dealer offering P 3 Composites Bi-Color carbon fiber skid plates for the DR-Z400!

 

More info:

https://www.thumpertalk.com/shop/P3-Composites-Bi-Color-Weave-Carbon-Fiber-Skid-Plate-DR-Z400-308070-308070-p2006835395.html

 

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holy cow, a part that is offered for us green guys!!!  TEMPTING...   :devil:

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Very nice, might want to consider adding the enduro pocket as well, fits the drz like a glove.

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Does anyone know where i can get some mirrors like these that attach on the hand guards?
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Have the triple clamp mounts been added? Can't seem to find them

 

So, you're looking for a set of Cycra ProBend handguards + the triple clamp mounts? Or, just the mounts themselves? If both, what color on the handguards?

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