Would low disc brake fluid, in itself, cause brake to lock up/grab?
By Quickdraw Nick
So Chirstmas Day I decide to take out my new (to me) '93 DR350. Needless to say, being a new rider, I ended up falling over and breaking a piece of the clutch lever off. There is no other noticeable damage. My question is, what should I check to make sure it's okay, internally and externally?
I have a 91 dr350s.
Just scanning through the forum folks complain it has a weak top end prone to oil starvation.
Is there a way to improve that? Have a machinist widen oil channels? Are later years an improvement?
Are there any other questionable attributes to the engine? weak valves or springs? chains?
Is the rod tough, forged?
I see stock replacement pistons from wiseco and they seem to be higher compression. Do you get enough of a performance boost to make changing worthwhile? Does the added compression make it harder to kick start? If one went to the bigger piston kit what are the downside of that besides expense?
Any aftermarket cam or from a similar suzuki that offers an upgrade?
I am a bit of a tinker that loves to improve my motor machines.
So I just picked up this 1995 DR350. It runs like a champ, but the only problem that I have with it is that if I really give it a lot of throttle, the engine sputters. Anyone know what is wrong with it or how to fix it?
I really wanting a dr350 90's model in good condition to do fire trails and a little bit of not to hard bush tracks
It is my first big bike and I just wanted to know abit about them and how you or other people you know have liked them or there weak points or strong points and HOW FAST DOES IT GO ALONG A STRAIGH GRAVEL ROAD!
THANKS IF YOU REPLY
What bike is the most reliable, cheapest, best riding
Used for off road fast tracks nothing to technical
needs to be reliable tho
everyone share your thoughts I might get convinced
wanting to get it for around $1000 give or take and dosn't have to be in perfect working order