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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Here's my BRP in its current setup. I have a Scott Damper on the way and some custom graphics ordered for the sides :D The XRR is one sweet ride :worthy:

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here is my pig, on possibly our last trail ride this year

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here she is looking sad because we are about to start our 50 mile ride home and my fingers will be frozen soon, because I just had to keep riding the trails, pushing our departure later and later.:D yeah, it was worth it!!!!

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2002 XR650R

Pro Taper contours - CR High

GPR steering damper with sub mount and triple clamp

Cycra Pro Bend hand guards

Pro Circuit T-4 Full exhaust & pipe

XR's Only case saver, mirror posts & temp dip stick

Baja Designs street kit & speedo

Upgraded thermostat & cap

Utah skid plate

Magnetic drain plug

HRC intake upgrade

Dual sport folding mirrors

Acerbis Sahara fuel tank

IMS pegs

Tusk fender pack

Jetted with a 172 main and a 68s pilot

All fluids & grease recently serviced

Plated for the streets of WA

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I had to modify the headlight shroud so the turn signals would clear the jumbo tank when turning.

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Here's my piggie... loaded up and ready to go.

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Sleeper, what kind of luggage setup are you sporting there? I can't quite make out the label on the back. Do you like it? Is it waterproof? I can't tell if it's all one piece. Looks like it holds a lot of capacity. Please tell when you have a chance. Thanks.

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Heres mine. Winter project top end and trans rebuild last winter. This was my first summer on a pig and loved it. Take it over an mx'er any day.

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Heres mine. Winter project top end and trans rebuild last winter. This was my first summer on a pig and loved it. Take it over an mx'er any day.

Pigxman's bike! :lol:

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Just hit the little mountains icon and paste you link there! :p

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Mr Intheriver that'sa nice pig indeed and has a couple of similarities to my own sow...how'd you get the inner stuff from outa the w/b pipe!? mines stuck solid..

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Love the Sumo'd XRR's! :lol:

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One of the checkpoint guys says to me, "now that's a man's bike!"

You betcha.

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Took the BRP on a business trip to western Colorado (Grand Junction) and got a little play time in while there. I checked out the OHV off I70 (Colorado folks wil know)

WOW, this place was like 10 square miles of moto x track. Not sure if you can see (took with my cell phone) but all those hills in the picture are track/jumps/ you name it, what a blast.

The BRP did better than expected- after Daves/desnorkel/uni/rejet/14 tooth sprocket...

Next- adjust that suspension......................

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