Which of these bikes is your primary ride?   3,814 members have voted

  1. 1. Which of these bikes is your primary ride?

    • XR650R
      958
    • XR650L
      1636
    • XR600R
      813
    • XL600
      188
    • Other XL/XR
      164

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Here she is..

PIG

hey that looks more like a LRP (little red pig) :):D

You need a bigger picture!!!

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Hey matt

Like the look of your squealer. Is that a cheeky dessert gas tank I see ?

The agent

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Keep the rubber side down !

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Bakeray.....ref big tank...

Its the Acerbis 23l tank....(though I did put 21.77 litres into the tank directly after I went onto reserve the other day.....)

For info... I find it invaluable especially when on the road...its always nice when you`re in the groove on a Sunday morning and not have in the back of your mind the worry about running out of fuel....before,after 100kms,I was looking for a fuel station....the most I got out of a standard tank before spluttering and coughing to the fuel station was 139kms.....panicking when I went onto reserve on a Sunday evening in the middle of the countryside....and with regards to extended all day trail/forest rides,its not a problem unless you have to pick the pig up....but i guess you can`t have it all!!! :)

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Bakeray.....ref big tank...

Its the Acerbis 23l tank....(though I did put 21.77 litres into the tank directly after I went onto reserve the other day.....)

For info... I find it invaluable especially when on the road...its always nice when you`re in the groove on a Sunday morning and not have in the back of your mind the worry about running out of fuel....before,after 100kms,I was looking for a fuel station....the most I got out of a standard tank before spluttering and coughing to the fuel station was 139kms.....panicking when I went onto reserve on a Sunday evening in the middle of the countryside....and with regards to extended all day trail/forest rides,its not a problem unless you have to pick the pig up....but i guess you can`t have it all!!! :)

I like the way it looks. Doesnt make the bike look whacked out like most aftermarket tanks do,

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Picked it up 4 days ago. New 2005 with a title.

I can't believe you are cruel and stripped you pig in the garage naked like that and with the door open!

The first day I got mine I took it apart in the Kitchen where it would be warm and it wouldn't be scared, pigs have feeling to!

It is true there isn't any greese on the swing arm bearings! I had none! I had just a hint on the steering stem though. More then you had but, not much.

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