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doing some looking around for motard 650 info and came across this Danish? website.

http://www.abp-racing.de/dr.html

somehow they managed to get a 5" excel rim in the swingarm. from what i've read, only a 4.25" would fit. anyway, this thing has a sweet exhaust and looks pretty mean altogether.

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if your going to build a motard bike. why not start with a powerful bike?

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since i've already got the dr, and it's pretty quick as it is, i don't see any reason not to. yes, it's no ktm power-wise but at least you can ride one of these for more than ten minutes without being vibrated to death. and it's not for racing, just backroad sport bike embarassing.

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Your bike as well as YZINGER are my inspirations for the DR Supermoto, as well as the old 350 i had years ago that never made it to the wheels/brakes upgrades.

sweet ride, did you do anything to the suspension? i'm about to raise mine back up, the po lowered it and set it up for street.

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Thanks Brianwheelies. Aaron- I got the header wrap at the local hotrod shop, I don't remember what brand it is. Moroso maybe? It works really good to keep the heat away from the shock and me!

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I've got a 3.5" up front with a 120, The rear is a 4.25" with a 150. You can fit a 160 but to fit it on a 4.25 the profile of the tread changes, it gets more rounded. A 160 should be mounted on a 5.0" rim.

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ELJEFE, got any more pics? I'd like to see how much space you have in the swingarm area, and just seeing more pics would be cool. :applause:

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WOW! I'm shocked that you have that much room to clear the swingarm with a 150! I'm running 130 D606's and It looks like a 150 would be on the verge of touching.

Thanks for the pics too! :eek:

Now where did you get the yellow plastics from? :applause:

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