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rs117

motarted 03 WR450

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I am looking to purchase a WR that has been made street legal w/ 17" wheels and street tires. How would this handle as a daily driver? If I wanted would the WR handle a 200 mile road trip?

I am actually thinking of getting rid of a highly modded street bike and going down to the WR. If the wheel doesn't come with a cush drive would that make a dif?

thanks for any info,

Ray

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i just sold my wr to get a street bike. The supermoto are alot of fun on twisting roads but they vibrate the hell out of you. They are hard to resell also. I loved my wr and i made it supermoto. Also hello neighbor, haha nh here.

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I am looking to purchase a WR that has been made street legal w/ 17" wheels and street tires. How would this handle as a daily driver? If I wanted would the WR handle a 200 mile road trip?

I am actually thinking of getting rid of a highly modded street bike and going down to the WR. If the wheel doesn't come with a cush drive would that make a dif?

thanks for any info,

Ray

If you like to ride fast and twisty, there is nothing better. Cruising through traffic is uncomfortable, and long flat rides can be torture. I can go about 1 hour crusing, 2 jamming, before my butt, left hand, and feet go numb.

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200 mile trip is for brave butts only, I use my tarded WR for 20 mile comuting and weekend toy but anything over one hour is getting uncomfortable, this is brilliant bike and loads of fun, makes you feel like a racer going 40 mph wow, I prefer my street bike for long runs though

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