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Now that I am rebuilding my 2001 DRZ400S due to a crash.. I want to be sure that when it happens again the bike will not be completely totaled. I cannot find any axle sliders for it because it does not have hollow axles. The only thing I have been able to find are engine guards that mount to the frame so I will for sure be getting those. So I just have questions on how to get axle sliders mounted on my bike, and I also will probably be getting a handbrake sometime in the near future. Would I be better off just swapping to an SM swingarm?
I wish there was a document listing all the spec differences between the SM and S models.
Any help would be great.
I have some DRZ E parts for sale all in good used condition edit 10-2017 lowered prices
DRZ e swingarm good shape w zerks $50 plus ship sold
DRZ e subframe good shape $30 plus ship
DRZ e frame w MSO from a running bike no shrapnel in oil tank $100 plus ship
Fox tracker off road boots size 10m good shape nothing wrong w them i just dont use them $20 plus ship
i can send more pics just ask
I have a ton more DRZ stuff for sale send me a PM w your needs
By Romanian Tractor
Click here to see my review of the Yamaha TTR230 which I uncorked to make it more usable and more fun.
Power mods come from de-restricting intake/exhaust and re-jetting the carb with 130 main & 38 pilot.
Gearing mods are a lightweight rear sprocket (same size as stock, 49 teeth) and a 15-tooth front sprocket (stock it has 13).
Not only were these mods only $100 or so, but they were simple to install, made a huge difference, and the bike now sounds a lot meaner.
I see the 701 manual shows engine maintenance done with the engine on a stand.
How can I take the clutch cover off without removing the right footpeg/frame bracket which will mess with the swingarm pivot??? There's nothing in the manual and I don't want to cause an issue with the swingarm if I can find a work-around. ONE cover bolt is behind the footpeg! What a pain!