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is that the only thing let to do to the bike to make her faster?? i have a 38 r sprocket mrd ssw exhaust jet kit k and n air 3x3 air mod i still want more cause the street bike kids think they are bad cause they by a bike that does 180 stock(cant talk much shit i was one of them) but now i wanna tare into the motor what is the best thing to do and where to buy it?!?!?!?!?!?!

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cory

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You know a DRZ is only going to go around 100 or so, no matter what you throw into the engine. Three grand could get you in upwards of 55-60hp that would get you there much faster.

lots of options just do a search tons and tons of info on this site.

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i want power and now lol i will look them up now!! you say you have it on your bike?

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how how how help me i no clue how to work this thing just give him my number have him call me if he is up now if not tomorrow 480-457-9412 THANK YOU

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"holy shit what was that thing"

Full package is around + $3000,-

Exhausts,New carb, BigBore,Stroker rod,Valves&springs, cams, porting...

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i wanna keep my exhaust i have and do i have to send you the bike if you could call me that would be nice 480- 457 9412

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guy i am stupid on the forum i need help

Ok, see if you can follow along. See that picture of the guy that just posted below you? His name is Eddie Sisneros and is the guy that can build your motor to the power level you desire. Put your cursor on the name above his face and left click, a menu will pop down and give you the option to send him a private message. That will allow you to discuss what you want him to do to your motor.

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This is getting funny.

Would the business be worth it?????????

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i think if you want something that will go around 180 you might want to consider a crotch rocket lol. but other then that these are great bikes.

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