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NotATool

lets see the Drz 125's

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Ill see what I can find... Here is a go pro shot from some Ice racing I did last weekend. I low side at one point and you can kinda see the bike with no mud on it...

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Ill see what I can find... Here is a go pro shot from some Ice racing I did last weekend. I low side at one point and you can kinda see the bike with no mud on it...

Awsome :thumbsup:

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05 drz 125, crf150r front end and cr85 shock. frame cradle coming and a 211cc engine build

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05 drz 125, crf150r front end and cr85 shock. frame cradle coming and a 211cc engine build

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Nice lookin bike man, what are the specs on your 211?

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thanks!

stroker pin, shorter rod, and an akunar piston. when i get all the parts together i'll start a build thread.

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She rode it stock for a couple of years. Complained about the suspension so we picked up a KX100 with a blown motor this winter and did a near complete tear down of the DRZ. We live close to Factory Connection so I had them set up the forks and shock. The rest of the swap was pretty easy following the advice of those who had been through this before here on other posts. Did decide to go with a rear master cylinder from a CRF250 to eliminate the fluid reservior and used a brake line from Fastline from a KX250 due to the smaller diameter line. Add some new plastic and the photo is of the finished bike. Been out riding the past few weeks and she says there is a noticable improvement. Next I would like to fab a frame cradle for it.

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Most of us have seen it...but just in case Tomsdrz003.jpgTomsdrz001-1.jpgServiceHonda062.jpg I know its not a suzuki. ..just thought I would show you the other option when one hobby is riding...and the other is building a bike...kinda (the suzuki is ALWAYS in pieces being modded more....so I ride the honda its a 150 big wheel frame with a 250f motor, about as fun as it gets....)

Tom

this thing is badass.... i would love to own one of these

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If you understand how to true a wheel (which you obviously do) they are all easy. Make sure to check the wheel for roundness....that's more important then side to side. A round wheel is a strong wheel

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If you understand how to true a wheel (which you obviously do) they are all easy. Make sure to check the wheel for roundness....that's more important then side to side. A round wheel is a strong wheel

Ya i checked the roundness and it was good also. I watched some videos in youtube and that helped. I want to do supermoto wheels on my 400 but i think ill just buy a full set already done. Thanks for the reply

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