My 400 has a tired look...2013 makeover suggestions

Love my 2001 400, but Ive been noticing it has a dated look....which at one time, I loved. I was wondering what others might have done to give an updated aesthetic look to their XR?

 

I could probably get away with putting a 450x front fender on...but what about a headlight fixture? Something aftermarket. Gas tank/? I love the way the modern enduro bikes looks like the KTM's and the Husabergs.

 

Thanks!

I think the aloop kit really brings the bike up to date. Here is mine.

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Cut the side panels down, and get a polisport rear MX fender.  I'm still searching for a front number plate that gets rid of the headlight, so I'm with you on getting suggestions there.  Below is mine. 

 

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This is mine 1997 XR4

 

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MX style polisport rear fender, CRF's 2012 front fender and number plate, a set of cheap graphics and i painted the frame black.

Yo, I have a front number plate

Just need a crf front fender

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This is mine 1997 XR4

 

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MX style polisport rear fender, CRF's 2012 front fender and number plate, a set of cheap graphics and i painted the frame black.

FWIW, I notice you are running USD forks. Will a CRF fender easily fit a standard XR fork?

Cut the side panels down, and get a polisport rear MX fender.  I'm still searching for a front number plate that gets rid of the headlight, so I'm with you on getting suggestions there.  Below is mine. 

 

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You're bike looks good, I like the cut down side panels. I would just bag that dated front fender and put on a '03 CRF front fender 

FWIW, I notice you are running USD forks. Will a CRF fender easily fit a standard XR fork?

 

 

Two of 4 holes are ready, you must to do only 2 extra holes to fit the fender on the stock fork.

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