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

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

    • XR650R
    • XR650L
    • XR600R
    • XL600
    • Other XL/XR

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thx to Jetfuel :busted:

A few more:



Tech specs: HRC piston, Hotcams stage 2, lighted flywheel (-350 gr),ported head, OS (1mm) intake valves,Keihin FCR 41 bored oval to 43mm by VHM (Holland), Monnier exhaust,Twin Air SM filter,Home made BFS, 15 X 40 for the moment (front still lifts on the gas in 3 th :thumbsup: ),XR400 CDI,CRF 450 '03 forks,Ohlins in the rear (SM reworked),braking Wave front and rear,Billet Brembo 4 pot (Titanium pots)+Brembo radial pump...+ - 200 km/h fast on the Vapor.:busted:

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Anytime Bro..:thumbsup:

That bike is Awesome...:busted:

Heres another of mine.. didn't want to post without a pic..:busted:


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Found out the R&D factory from where my bike came out...eehehe


nice XR you got there! :thumbsup: im curious, how wide is your rear rim and tire? any mods on the sprockets and swingarm?

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Thanks.165/55 on 4.25" rim.but tyre its too big for rim.no mods.Just pop in.

dont forget that: no chit chat on thread pics. Post pics!!:thumbsup:



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Been with this forum for quite sometimes... so i tot what the hack.. its just some pix...:busted:

here's my ride... enoy guys..:thumbsup:




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Here is a recent shot of the BWP, I have made a few small improvements since I last posted. The damn kick stand broke off and I had it welded back on and I just rebuilt the master cyl, plus I cleaned up the old girl a little....very little as you can see....just thumping around town and topping off with Rotella T as needed.....having a lot of fun with it this summer!!!


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So I have posted in here before but here is an updated picture of what my

XR600R looks like....



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Hi you all

my name is Sindri and im from iceland.

I have an Honda XR650L 2005 wich was inported from the USA one year ago.

It only has 2100 miles on it and Im pretty pleased with it, when it is working, wich it isn't right now:rant: I have some problems with my camshaft.




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I like to go geocashing on my pig. This was a trip to the Hornitos, California area.


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