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By Nicholas Pachis
Hi. I'm new to the community and i would like some help. I have found a killer deal on a used wrf 426 supermoto. Hotcams camshaft akrapovic full exhaust system and beringer front brake assembly.
I will use it as a daily commuter and weekend playbike. My mileage will range @ ~50-70km/daily.
I've heard that these things are dead reliable if maintained properly. I've heard ppl talking about 1500km oil changes and no need to change piston at all. I know how to get valves in spec and change oil/oil filters. So as far as practicality goes there will be no issues in the practical side of maintenance whatsoever.
What I'm sceptical about is what is the actual maintenance gonna be so the motor doesn't blow up on me (oil changes intervals in kms n stuff). Does any of you have any street experience with these bikes?
Any help will be appreciated, thanks in advance
Heres a video edit of the adventures I had riding by the Rio Puerco this last Sunday 7-16-2017
Howdy folks, wondering if anyone here has track prepped a '17 350 EXC-F supermoto. The kart tracks here all require front+rear axle sliders, frame sliders, handle bar sliders (as well as a bunch of other stuff but easier to figure out, including catch can).
I've found block sliders for the rear axle as well as handle bar sliders with no problem, but I can't see to find any solutions for front axle sliders and frame sliders. The front axle bolt is solid (no pass-through), so I can't do the old trick of using all-thread and some skateboard wheels.
Anyone out there have any success with this? My google-fu only got me so far Thanks in advance!
I have a 2007 DRZ400SM with a gasket and silicon sealed fmf exhaust, q4 muffler, and powerbomb header. It has a Keihin 39 FCR Racing Carb with all the conversion parts, 3x3 mod, and No Toil foam air filter. The bike has stock gearing and I am 155lbs. Everything else drivetrain related is stock, and it has 12,000 miles. I have the JD Jet Kit for this bike and carb. What is the best starting point for jetting setup with this configuration? Main, pilot, needle, air jets, etc.
Also, the carb is extremely difficult attaching back to the stock air box. Is there an easier way than trying to pry it in?