Which of these bikes is your primary ride?   3,776 members have voted

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

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

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my street legal Xr650R. just mounted and wired up dual 5" headlights and a windshield. makes it so nice on the street.




Eventually I will get a low front fender and a larger tank.. but for now im out of money lol

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my 1st few mods on my XR400R back in 2005.nothing professional here...just leisure...did a 900km ride with the gf on a 3days trip.25ltr tank,twin exhaust,baja headlamps...:thumbsup:







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I like that huuughe gas tank on your XR4. Do you know the manufacturer and volume?

It's Acerbis 25ltr made for DR650Djebel '93 model.

here's another photo of the tank on the same XR400R,but different graphics.


Annie Seel used it on her XR400R sometime back.




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one more little piggy



2007 Honda XR650L Dual Sport with 3000 miles

2006 CRF 450 complete front end assembly – fresh fluid and stiff springs

2006 CRF 450 throttle/cables/FCR carb – jetted to perfection, runs awesome

Shock has stiff spring with stock valving – works great

This bike runs and handles WAY better than stock, the new forks were a huge improvement

3 complete sets of wheels/tires – pull the axles and swap them out

Set 1 - Full knobs for soft/medium dirt - Pirelli MT44 front and Kenda Track master rear

Set 2 - Dunlop 606’s for 50/50 type stuff

Set 3 - Kenda K270’s for street and motard type stuff

All smog related stuff has been removed and boxed

Engine is stock – oil/filter changed with full synthetic every 3 rides

Full FMF power bomb system with Q muffler – blows 92db at the sound check

Tall soft seat

Full skid plate

Big HD foot pegs

New EBC brake pads front/rear

14/48 gearing with steel rear sprockets for dirt & 50/50 set ups

14/45 gearing with steel rear sprocket for street set up

4 gallon IMS tank

Pro Taper tall bars

Pro Moto Billet rear rack

Baja Designs front light and signals – much lighter than stock

Enduro style rear taillight with flush mounted turn signals – much lighter than stock

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hello first post here thought i would show my pig lol


1986 honda xr600r. got it for 600 bucks. not bad i think, but it is my first bike i ever owned/rode lol. runs good

and you can hear her squeal

(sorry i filmed it in wide screen and youtube squished it lol)

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this is my baby check it out and let me know what u think! :thumbsup:





needs more stickers and more riding....don't see any frame or case wear? :p

...and ur missing a bolt on ur exhaust tip :cry:


...naw it looks gud and damn near mint.

oops...this is a pic thread...hummmm...

i'm think'n about installing this...



P.S. the oil cooler.

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