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

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

    • XR650R
      958
    • XR650L
      1616
    • XR600R
      808
    • XL600
      188
    • Other XL/XR
      162

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How can i post bigger pics?

Give me access to your photobucket account and I'll do it for you. :banghead:

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Thanks for the help on the picture posting RASCAL560

Hey...who's this guy with my avatar? :banghead:

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Hey...who's this guy with my avatar? :banghead:

I don't know, but his bike is a lot cleaner than yours.:bonk:

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Thought my fellow XRR's might appreciate the unveiling of my Project XRR masterpiece.

The final dirt version lives (minus handguards which got mis-shipped and the rear billet rack for longer trips and the Vapor computer). Supermoto addition to follow which includes handguards and CBR F2 wheels with Maxxis tires.

Started as a basic XRR with some doo-dads...

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Thats the best looking 650r on here:worthy::lol::ride:

Damn, I keep thinking you're me...or I'm you. :bonk:

***EDIT*** It's all fixed now. :D

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we must be twins:p:smirk:

I'm starting to hear some Indiana/Pennsylvania banjo music.....

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Thought my fellow XRR's might appreciate the unveiling of my Project XRR masterpiece.

The final dirt version lives (minus handguards which got mis-shipped and the rear billet rack for longer trips and the Vapor computer). Supermoto addition to follow which includes handguards and CBR F2 wheels with Maxxis tires.

Started as a basic XRR with some doo-dads...

Whoa Nellie!! Thats a mess of pics for a Honda. I could understand 20 pics for a WR450, but a pig????? :ride:

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Whoa Nellie!! Thats a mess of pics for a Honda. I could understand 20 pics for a WR450, but a pig????? :ride:

Things must be pretty boring over in the Yammie forums to have to come in here and troll all the time. :lol:

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