Which of these bikes is your primary ride?   3,763 members have voted

  1. 1. Which of these bikes is your primary ride?

    • XR650R
      958
    • XR650L
      1609
    • XR600R
      804
    • XL600
      187
    • Other XL/XR
      162

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2007 XR650L....Dave's Mod, IMS De-smog kit, Acerbis 5.8G tank, Acerbis Handle Bar guards, Pro Taper Bar and 1 1/2" Bar Risers, Uni Air Filter, FMF PowerCore 4 Tail Pipe, DynoJet Jet Kit, Kenda Trak Master II Tires, Enduro Tail light Kit with license plate holder, 14T Front Sprocket 48T Rear Sprocket, Small turn signals (non LED), Front Fender Cut Shaved down, IMS Foot Pegs, 

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You did "Daves' Mod" and installed the DynoJet Kit....................... I am curious did you "drill holes in the slide" (Dave's Mod) and use the "lighter spring" (DynoJet Kit)............how is it working out?

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You did "Daves' Mod" and installed the DynoJet Kit....................... I am curious did you "drill holes in the slide" (Dave's Mod) and use the "lighter spring" (DynoJet Kit)............how is it working out?

No need to drill holes in the slide. But you should dremel the tab (on the carb, not the screw) restricting the air the fuel screw on the bottom of the carb...makes tuning the carb much easier...put new jets, spring, and needle in, take out the snorkel, drill a few holes in the air box, grab a uni filter the fuel baffle doesnt make much difference to me. And DO A DE-SMOG!!!

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You did "Daves' Mod" and installed the DynoJet Kit....................... I am curious did you "drill holes in the slide" (Dave's Mod) and use the "lighter spring" (DynoJet Kit)............how is it working out?

hey I did all the same AN drilled slide I don't think she could be any better pulls hard but I'm runnin a 14/52 set up on mine bar risers at a must ,or atv bars they equal bout the same then exhaust I run a full xr's only but my buddie has a dg slip on IMO the dg sounds better more deeper soundImageUploadedByThumper Talk1442107439.016050.jpg
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Just finished rebuilding this pig - an '86 XL600R. Looking forward to some old school fun in the MN north woods.

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Picked this one up from a good friend about a month ago. Totally uncorked, desert tank, and Noleen suspension. I just put a trail tech speedo on it this week and changed out the front fender to a CRF450 style. Came with two boxes of OEM parts and some stock stuff. It's fun.

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Hey Everybody,

 

I just became a new XR600R owner. Picked it up this month with 6600 km on board from the first owner. Got some stuff to do on it until I can  :ride:  it. What do you think about it?

 

cheers, Zippie13

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My first post on this forum is a picture of my Honda XR650R 2000. On the picture it has Excel rims, 320 mm front brake disc, CRF 450 front fender, and a 16 litre Clarke tank.

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My Pig as she sits now, before I give her a restoration during this winter 

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My new pig. I call her Ronda. Few niggling issues with her which I’ll be searching the forums for answers to. I like the way she rides right now though but I know there’s more power to be had. 

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