Which of these bikes is your primary ride?   3,762 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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I bought this 650 and it was 100% stock and set up for road work, I am slowly getting it set up for the bush proper as funds allow

Just fitted a Whipps bash plate, a Ballards shark fin,pivot pegz and a trick set of black SM Pro rims.

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Hey man....i love the end tip of the stock exhaust...may i know is there any way to purchase it?how much would it cost?

Thanks dude...:moon:

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Hey man....i love the end tip of the stock exhaust...may i know is there any way to purchase it?how much would it cost?

Thanks dude...:moon:

It is an end tip of a Yoshimura road bike pipe modded to fit. I think I have another one on my garage somewhere.

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The previous pic was from the Hanncock NY Quarry Run DE ride last summer 1/2 way thro the first day. That a 5$ walmart bag/cooler on the back, It did not last long after this stop. Its a tough ride for me on the PIG but the bike had zero problems, It was slippery and i dont think i had the best tires.

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Here you go. :moon:

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I thought that was a picture of your piggie all nasty and grimy when I first looked (then noticed it is an airhead). I was bracing for the howls from the gallery. :cheers:

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I thought that was a picture of your piggie all nasty and grimy when I first looked (then noticed it is an airhead). I was bracing for the howls from the gallery. :cheers:

All in due time. Right now it's garaged for a new stator, tires, fork rebuild/revalve and just because it's really friggin cold here. Until then you all will have to live with this ridiculously clean pic. :moon: I love my piggy! :smirk:

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Here's my ride, just completed a ground-up restoration.............

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The mod's that have been added into the rebuild are as follows:

Ballard's Offroad

630 Big Bore Kit

Aluminium Case Saver

Ultimate S.S. Foot Pegs

Bar Raise Kit

Aluminium Bash Plate

Aluminium Chain Guide Brace

Aluminium Shark Fin Rear Disk Guard

Xr's Only Race Wing XR Sticker Kit

Xr's Only Front Fender Brace

Xr's Only Braided S.S. Front Brake Line

Xr's Only Braided S.S. Rear Brake Line

Xr's Only Forged Alloy Shift Lever

Mikuni TM38 Flat Side Carburetor

BarkBuster Ego Alloy Handguards

Scott Summer's Racing

XR 600 Pulse Grommet Retainer

Staintune

XR600R Stainless Steel Exhaust Headers

SuperTrapp

Tunable IDS2 Racing Series Muffler (18 Disks)

Acerbis

Honda Upper Fork Covers

B&B Offroad Engineering

XR 600 Aluminium Frame Guards

AFAM Works

Flex Type HandleBars FMX 137

Devol Engineering

Aluminium Front Disk Guard

Maier

Front Fork & Disk Guard

UFO

Honda Ventilated Front Fender

Rick's Hot Shot

XR 600 CDI Box

UNI-Filter

PRO-Comp2 Air Filter Performance Kit

SealSavers

Long Series Seal Savers

AL Bakers XR's Only

Billet Aluminium Screw On Fuel Tank Cap (Black)

XR's Only Brake Resevoir - Red

XR 600 Crankcase Ventilation Kit

XR's Only Motorcycle Fender Tool Bag - Small

XR's Only HandleBar CrossBar Pad

XR 600 Magnetic Oil Drain Plug - Engine - Silver

XR 600 Magnetic Oil Drain Plug - Frame - Silver

XR's Only Hi-Flow Side Panel Modification Kit

XR 600 Thermometer Oil Dipstick

Plus all new plastics from the OEM and also I have fitted an Oil Cooler from an XR400.....................Enjoy !!!

noice mate!!!! :moon:

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Brrrr.....breaking in the new rebuild of the piglet.

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Good looking bike. I like the black and white. You should post some more pics of it. It is different enough to deserve some different views.

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Good looking bike. I like the black and white. You should post some more pics of it. It is different enough to deserve some different views.
+1 Let's see some more pics.:moon:

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new to me 2000 xrr. looked for over a year up here before i found one. already street titled, through MN because AK wont tag off road vehicles. barnums baja suspension, vapor, billet rack, renazco seat, white bros r4 can. rack and seat comin off. need bars/risers, skidplate, street legal kit, stator, and a few other little things. got 8" bd duals for up front already from the xrl. wish i didnt have to wait till may to ride it, cant wait. cheers.

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Here you go. :moon:

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OMG when i first saw that pics i thought "chit he finally rode that bike!"...when i saw it wusn't even urs... :smirk:

...*cough* poser *cough* :cheers:

:smirk:

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OMG when i first saw that pics i thought "chit he finally rode that bike!"...when i saw it wusn't even urs... :cheers:

...*cough* poser *cough* :moon:

:smirk:

Kenny, just join Team and be done with it. :smirk:

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OMG when i first saw that pics i thought "chit he finally rode that bike!"...when i saw it wusn't even urs... :bonk:

...*cough* poser *cough* :bonk:

:p

Hey, I was helping out a fellow pig rider...even if it was an "L". :ride:

:banghead:

Kenny, just join Team and be done with it. :bonk:

Yeah, you d@mn troll. :bonk: :bonk:

:p

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