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My friend wants a drz400e cause hes tired of the crf 230

first off hes 19 5'8 165 pounds

he wants to race off-road stock class next year and wants a bike that is bullet proff

so whats some pros and cons of this bike?

he says once he gets it he would get a

ims tank

pro taper bars

yoshi pipe

new tires and rims(idk which)

and maybe a few others

but if hes racing in the stock class would it do fine stock?

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well the drz is definately bullet proof. However, it is not a race bike, it is a dual sport, and will perform as best as possible between casual street and offroad, not race. But, it is a fact that it is about 90% rider, 10% bike when it comes to races, so he can give it a shot.

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well the drz is definately bullet proof. However, it is not a race bike, it is a dual sport.
Guys who own E and K models don't think of their bikes as a dualsport.

Neither do those of us S owners who've stripped the bike down. :censored:

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Guys who own E and K models don't think of their bikes as a dualsport.

Neither do those of us S owners who've stripped the bike down. :ride:

Yeah . Mine's a ATC. All Terrain Cycle.Sand,mud,rocks,loam,hardpack,asphalt,concrete,snow,air,grass.You name it.It can do it.:censored:

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the only thing wrong with the drz is it is a little heavy.once the suspension is set up it will be much better.

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