- Owner raimondi1337
- Views 2509
- Price $3500.00
- Odometer 30000 Miles
Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2009)
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CategoryLast UpdatedReviewPricey, but the fit and finish is way better than the $10 chinese levers I tried to fit.
ReviewThey're cool, but I haven;t used them offroad yet. I've dropped the bike in the grass a few times and they swung out of place. I'm thinking about putting some rubber under the clamps to try and keep them in place.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewThese tanks are a bitch to fit brand new, but they 'form' to the proper shape with time. Slightly annoying that you have to stick a long extension through the openings on either side into the dark and unbolt it to remove.
$0.00CategoryCustomLast UpdatedReviewPO did it poorly, but seems to work.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewLoud, low, very well built. Fit and finish is so good the muffler connects to the header without a clamp or flange and doesn't leak.
ReviewHave been having some disconnection issues but that's probably my fault for not routing the wiring well. They get nice and hot and keep my hands warm down to 35F so far.
ReviewThey look badass and integrate my front turn signals.
ReviewThese things are great, in addition to keeping my handguards from spinning around, they perfectly center your handlebars.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewGood insurance for if my battery dies or I want to show off. Installation is pretty easy except for the loctite'd bolts on that fucking retaining bar.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewThey're very discrete, which I why I got them, but the visibility isn't any better than I expected.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewEverything you need to jet for your new pipe.
$14.99CategoryLast UpdatedReviewMakes it easy to adjust for weather.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewHaven't actully bashed into anything yet, so we'll see, but seems solid. Decently lightweight. Got mine hard coat anodized black and you barely notice it's on the bike. Kind of a bitch to get all of the bolts lined up because it has that one weird flimsy bracket clamp you have to bolt first. Main complaint is it uses two different size torx bolts. Now I have to add two different torx sockets to my adventure gear just for this and nothing else, or go hunt down proper length hex cap bolts. Why not just use hex caps like everything else?
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewGotta be careful with these, crossing a lead doesn't just spark, it pops them. Can't use a regular charger either, and fully draining them is harmful. Super small and light though, able to fit in my airbox so I can delete my battery box.
$0.00CategoryCustomLast UpdatedReviewI designed and had a shop cut and anodize a custom dashboard to hold my Vapor, Ignition barrel, 12v outlet and Heaterz controller.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewFront and rear. Better brake feel, and you can route them behind the plastics without ruining them if you want.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewYamaha Raptor petcock, doesn't leak like the stock vacuum, but on the IMS tank you will need the stock spacer (which I had tossed) and with the spacer you will have almost no reserve unless you replace the 'On' tube with a longer one.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewExpected them to be thicker, should still help some.
ReviewWheeling Cycle Supply sold me the top halves of the (discontinued I think) DRZ RX2 Clamps. They're flat on top so I could mount my custom dashboard to the bar clamps without spacers.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewHad to buy the US plate sized bracket after the fact, but the lack of turn signals sticking out and different flashing modes are so cool it's worth it.
ReviewGot them on sale. Get nice and toasty in the winter, I usually can't leave them on 100%. Lots of wiring to stash, and as grips they're only mediocre.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewHands down the best modification you can make to a motorcycle. Cut down the rubber inside the cap and find a USB plug with a decent amperage that will fit under it.
CategoryLast UpdatedReviewI have the 2.0 Low version. Seems excellent all around so far, but the low version slopes forward enough that you can't really sit in the middle without sliding into the crook of the seat. I'm still getting used to it.