Ciao from Italy

i want !!!!!!!!!!!

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regtuardless of what the retail prices are in different countries, i think all the parts are made in japan. we need some one there to get us multi region bikes and form up a "parts kit" to convert the north American xr650r's!!!

you might like these pegs a bit better then stock!

moose titanum. i find the stock pegs way too small.

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Welcome Piero!:worthy:

I know Piero as we write on the same italian forum: www.xr-italia.com

I owned XR600R, XR650R, XR400R and now I have a DRZ400E but I hold on tight to my XR spirit and philosophy: simple bike but powerful and "emotional".

I am waiting fo the new XR600...

Ciao simon@vic, If when you said: "I think all the parts are made in japan", you considered all the parts which I posted, well then I can say all those parts (except the big front lamp) are made in Italy by mr. Dall’Ara for ours street legal motorbike :D.

The titanium pegs are very cool, but for my SM version I would take a pair of “little and light” aluminium sportbike pegs.

Ciaooo zioroberto, all the motorcycles which you have owned are beautiful bikes, but what do you mean when you said “I am waiting fo the new XR600...”..........new......XR600 ?

P.S. Le nostre faccine sono mooolto più belle...........:worthy:

The battle of the weight.......#3

attacco_trasmissione_contachilometri_st.jpg Stock 0.429 lbs

Speedometer gear box, removed.

Weight -0,429 lbs :worthy:

Total dry weight (verified) stock 308,37 lbs

After step #3..........................307,522 lbs .............-0.848 lbs

are you sure ?

I' think that the black rear subframe is from Honda Japan, not Dall'Ara

Dall'Ara don't weld socket on the rear alloy subframe..

you considered all the parts which I posted, well then I can say all those parts (except the big front lamp) are made in Italy by mr. Dall’Ara for ours street legal motorbike :worthy:.

Great pictures Piero! If you get a chance someday could you take a picture of the battery placement. We are all jealous over here cause we wish we could have those things on our bikes. The subframe racks all break and the best thing to do is to fabricate them ourselves. Your pictures give us new idea's for mounting points, so thank you very much. Has anyone found a reliable rear rack system that would carry 10 to 20 pounds?

are you sure ?

I' think that the black rear subframe is from Honda Japan, not Dall'Ara......

No, I'm not sure atreiou :prof:.

I'm looked for XR650 that are exported in other countries in the web, and all bikes that I found (US XR except....) had..........same rear sub fender, same rear lamp and certainly same rear subframe.......:D.

........Your pictures give us new idea's for mounting points, so thank you very much.........

You're welcome!

........If you get a chance someday could you take a picture of the battery placement.......

I'm looking for these pictures. When I'll found, I'll post its :worthy:.

Ciao Piero

The battle of the weight.......#4

trasmissione_contachilometri_st.jpg Stock 0.447 lbs

trasmissione_contachilometri_sp.jpg Special 0.077 lbs

Speedometer cable, Sigma for bicycle.

Weight -0.37 lbs :worthy:

Total dry weight (verified) stock 308.37 lbs

After step #4..........................307.152 lbs .............-1.218 lbs

The battle of the weight.......#5

fascetta_fermatubo_freno_anteriore_st.jpg Stock 0.033 lbs

Speedometer cable clip, removed.

Weight -0.033 lbs :worthy:

Total dry weight (verified) stock 308.37 lbs

After step #5..........................307.119 lbs .............-1.251 lbs

The battle of the weight.......#6

strumentazione_st.jpg Stock 0.905 lbs

strumentazione_sp.jpg Special 0.088 lbs

Speedometer, Sigma for bicycle.

Weight -0.817 lbs :worthy:

Total dry weight (verified) stock 308.37 lbs

After step #6..........................306.302 lbs .............-2.068 lbs

The battle of the weight.......#7

staffa_strumentazione_st.jpg Stock 0.244 lbs

Speedometer bracket, removed.

Weight -0.244 lbs :worthy:

Total dry weight (verified) stock 308.37 lbs

After step #7..........................306.058 lbs .............-2.312 lbs

Are you going to get it under 300 lbs......?

:worthy::D

Are you going to get it under 300 lbs......?

Ciao frankstr.........300 lbs?.........

mmmmmhhhhh.....no, they're...........still too much.......:worthy:.......

Dai Piero arriva al dunque ! :D:worthy:

Dai Piero arriva al dunque ! :bonk::worthy:

E no WM........lo sai che ho un fottio di immagini........:D

Una al giorno che così si arriva alla prossima stagione con le novità in contemporanea con l'Italia.........:prof:

Ciao Andrea........

The battle of the weight.......#8

staffe_gruppo_ottico_anteriore_st.jpg Stock 0.662 lbs

Front lamp brackets, removed.

Weight -0.662 lbs :worthy:

Total dry weight (verified) stock 308.37 lbs

After step #8..........................305.396 lbs .............-2.974 lbs

E no WM........lo sai che ho un fottio di immagini........:worthy:

Una al giorno che così si arriva alla prossima stagione con le novità in contemporanea con l'Italia.........:D

Ciao Andrea........

Above my tech....

Above my tech....

Sorry frankstr :worthy:, my apology for to used my language with my fellow countryman.......

The battle of the weight.......#9

fanale_anteriore_st.jpg Stock 1.640 lbs

fanale_anteriore_sp.jpg Special 0.220 lbs

Front lamp, RaceTechItaly.

Weight -1.420 lbs :worthy:

Total dry weight (verified) stock 308.37 lbs

After step #9..........................303.976 lbs .............-4.394 lbs

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