I've just added a 4th bike to the garage, a drz400, joining my old XR660R, jr's XR200R and my JE pistoned/Dale Walker Holeshotted 130HP Suzy Bandit. Here's the deal, the drz has put my XR out to pasture, because my XR is street plated and has a ThumperRacing 660 kit and about $1200 of suspension work on it, I decided to Motard it as a "citybike", got spare hubs/rotors/ and two 18" rims laced up. Yeah I know for Motard I shoulda gone 17 and for Dirttrack 19, but it was the Ebay approach.... and finding tires (17 street tires tend to be FAT.. 17/180). Anyway, I saw an XS650 Streettracker that had been done up off of Omar's website, and I knew Honda actually dirttracked these XR's in the 80's beating Hardley XR's, so now I'm trying to figure out how to Streettrack my XR. Devol's still has lowering links for this bike, but its minor, I could slide the forks up or get new triple clamps and some of the Omar's tank/seat stuff may fit, but I thought I would throw this out on the board and see if anyone had suggestions? Low exhaust? Jemco exhaust? Shorter shock? tank/seat/fender stuff other than Omar's? I know used XS650's are in the $250 to $500 dollar range, but my motor has to be near their output and my motor is strong and I know the bike, make sense??? BTW, going the true flattrack frame route thru C&J or Champion will cost over $2k and is out for this project. This is to be a cosmetic flattracker for streetriding. Holler back with ideas if you got any.