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Clint E.

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  1. Clint E.

    DRZ400 with 2013 CRF 450R dual exhaust?

    Any updates on this?? Looks awesome!
  2. Clint E.

    Thinking of selling DRZ400SM and getting WR450

    I have done alot of research on the SXV's and I am aware of the reported issues. Honestly for the amount I will ride I think it will be fine. I went and took a used 2008 SXV 550 for a ride, and all I can say is WOW! The power was amazing and the sound was very reasonable, no ear plugs required! My DRZ is now up for sale. The only reason I did not buy the SXV was that it shows 1500 miles on the odometer, but something tells me that it has more. The rear tire was really scuffed up. I just did not have a good feeling about this particular bike.
  3. Clint E.

    Thinking of selling DRZ400SM and getting WR450

    Thanks for the input, I am not really worried about the maintenance at all, I put on very few miles (no highway) and don't mind working on bikes. A local shop has a 2008 SXV 550 with low miles for a good price, I am going head over and take it for a ride.
  4. Clint E.

    Thinking of selling DRZ400SM and getting WR450

    Ya that's what I thought when I bought it, but even riding it as easily as possible still rattles the blinds in the house when I go by. How about the noise from a stock Aprillia SXV 5.5, anyone have any experience with one?
  5. Guys, I picked up a used 2006 DRZ400SM, mods are as follows: 3X3 Athena Big Bore Yosh Cams FCR Carb with jetting verified by Eddie E-model CDI Box MRD SSW exhaust. Typical weight saving mods. After I bought the bike I checked valve adjustment and performed a cylinder leakage test and everything was good. The bike runs well. Now for my delema: The bike has OK power but I certainly would not want any less, and I have laready been toying with the idea of sending it to Eddie for the stroker/RHC treatment. Problem is it that it way too loud. I bought this bike to commute with and there is no way I can leave at 6AM without pissing off the whole block of neighbors. From my research on this forum it seems that you pretty much have to run the loud MRD/SSW exhaust for a high HP DRZ to run well. At this point I am looking at buying a 2007 WR450 and converting it to supermoto. My thinking is that it will be as fast or maybe faster than my DRZ is right now, and have a quieter stock exhaust system. Does this seem correct? Any input is greatly appreciated. P.S. I am not worried about any extra maintenance on the WR. Thanks, Clint
  6. Clint E.

    Please help verify jetting!

    Eddie, Yes the pilot air jet is removed. I will make the adjustment on the needle, unfortunately the weather here has taken a turn for the worse and I may not be able to try it right away.
  7. Clint E.

    Please help verify jetting!

    Thanks Eddie, pic below as you requested.
  8. Clint E.

    Please help verify jetting!

    Eddie, Not sure where the fcr came from. The guy that I bought the bike from only had it a short while, he bought the bike from the original owner who did all of the modifications. Clint
  9. Clint E.

    Please help verify jetting!

    These are the current specs
  10. Clint E.

    Please help verify jetting!

    Hello, I am new here and I have just purchased a used DRZ400SM. The mods are as follows: Athena big bore kit FCR39 carb MRD/SSW exhaust without quiet insert Aftermarket cams (previous owner could not remember which cams because they were installed by the owner before him) E model CDI The bike runs well but there is excessive popping during deceleration. I have searched and realize that some decel popping is normal but this is excessive. I have checked the valve adjustment, performed a cylinder leak-down test, checked for vacuum and exhaust leaks, everything seems OK, oh and the bike does not have a 'Pair' Valve. So with that being said I was hoping some of the many experts here could verify my jetting specs. The current carb jetting specs are as follows: Altitude: 3740 ft Avg Temp: 53 deg F Fuel: 93 octane pump gas Main Jet: 155 Pilot Jet: 48 Main Air Jet: 200 Pilot Air Jet removed Needle: EMP position 6 Air Screw: 1 3/4 turns out O-Ring mod has be done You help is greatly appreciated! Clint
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