Which of these bikes is your primary ride?   3,808 members have voted

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

    • XR650R
      958
    • XR650L
      1632
    • XR600R
      812
    • XL600
      188
    • Other XL/XR
      164

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my pig finally arrived last monday and after putting it back together and adding a few bits this is how it looks like now! :busted:

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my pig finally arrived last monday and after putting it back together and adding a few bits this is how it looks like now! :bonk:

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Good to see you finally got your 600. :bonk: How does she ride?

...and to keep with the theme of the thread, here's my pig.

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Good to see you finally got your 600. :bonk: How does she ride?

...and to keep with the theme of the thread, here's my pig.

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well i just got it out of the box so it runs kinda crappy as of this time. kickstarting the pig is a bit strange cuz its so soft that it feels im firing up a 250. :bonk: have to open up the head and clean the carb.

here is a pic of it looked like before i took it out of the box :bonk:

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Some very nice Supermoto's there!!!:bonk:

And to keep with the spirit of showing a picture of you bike here are some updated ones of my 93 xr628 after fitting a oil cooler over the front mudguard.

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And next to my other toy..

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Some very nice Supermoto's there!!!:bonk:

And to keep with the spirit of showing a picture of you bike here are some updated ones of my 93 xr628 after fitting a oil cooler over the front mudguard.

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Did you paint your tank? If yes, what did you paint it with? :bonk:

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Did you paint your tank? If yes, what did you paint it with? :bonk:

No it came as black from the factory, think it might have been a limited run as havent seen another one like it and everyone ask's if its been painted.

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