Which of these bikes is your primary ride?   3,777 members have voted

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

    • XR650R
      958
    • XR650L
      1617
    • XR600R
      808
    • XL600
      188
    • Other XL/XR
      162

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Here's my 1995 xr600r. It's my first bike. I bought it November 2007.

It didn't look too good, but it was running ok. Here's what i did:

- rebuilded seat

- Uni foam filter

- New sprockets - 13/45 - both steel

- DID X-ring chain

- Pirelli Scorpion MT90 A/T Tires

- New Renthal handlebars "CR high"

- Ufo Handguards, new grips

- Baja designs Key ignition

- New spark plug

- I cleaned all the plastics and painted front fender - Red - Krylon Fusion paint

- Valve adjustment

- engins runs on a synthetic Motul 300v

- there's gotta be something i forgot about.....

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Here's my pig of choice:

http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2008-1/1293948/brp.jpg

usual mods:

Desmogged, Dave's Carb mods, open air box, rock plate, snubbed and vented fender and relocate the tool kit pouch to front, 4 gal IMS tank, Acerbis lights, FMF exhaust.

rigged for a longer than normal off road ride. love the Corbin seat wont leave home without it!

crash bars on the sides are great too protect the plastic and give you something to tie stuff too.

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From the mountains above.....

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The valley below....

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and...to the grocery store if need be....

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All Hail the PIG!!!:busted::worthy::ride:

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2001 BRP: XR's only pipe, pegs, skid plate, tool bag, and clutch bushing MOD. Black short levers, Edlebrock carb, Renthal fat bars, Trail Tec computer, Kuba lowering link, shaved seat, raised bars in thriple clamp, Baja Designes dual sport kit (made rear fender light into brake/running light), re-wound stator, battery eliminator, uni-filter, desmoged. California plated, lot's of fun times!

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I just picked my 2002 XR650R up. Can't wait for it to get above freezing and for the snow and ice to get off the roads!

Here it is the day I picked it up. truck.jpg

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heres xrr work in progress

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Man, I cant wait to see what you do with this thing....please keep us posted!

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