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  1. Time Left: 20 days and 3 hours

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    These DRZ400 wheels and tires are in excellent shape, they were removed from a 2018 DRZ400SM with only 800 miles. I have added S/E sized brake rotors so they are ready for supermoto conversion. They are located in Snowflake, AZ but I visit the Phoenix area often and would be happy to deliver them there. I will also package and ship them at the buyers expense.

    $750.00

    Snowflake, Arizona - US

  2. I lurk over in the DRZ section a lot. My bike will likely be an evolution over time like yours, tinkering with it is as fun as riding it! As a new rider I don't yet feel the desire for it to be faster, but I am sure I will eventually. I have done some functional work on it though, a couple weeks ago I upgraded the lighting, I am setting up a set of SM wheels, putting in a Rekluse clutch, and just this morning I started having fuel starvation problems so looks like I am going to be taking the carb out again to try and get that sorted out. Maybe I should just get the FCR :).
  3. Hey ohiodrz400sm, those are impressive numbers! I am the guy on the DRZ in the video, SouthwestORV told me about this post this morning. My bike is a California version E model, so its lighter than a stock street DRZ but not much extra power. On top of that, he is a better rider than I am. Only mod on my bike is I changed the jets for elevation.
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    California E Exhaust question

    Good idea to check the parts fiche. If I am reading it correctly the header pipe is the E version. Thanks! Thank you for the measurement, I will check mine tomorrow morning!
  5. I have a 2006 E model that I am guessing is a California version since it has the Mikuni carb. I am trying to determine if the CA E model comes with the E exhaust or the S exhaust. Is there something on my exhaust that I can measure to determine which I have for sure?
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    Dual wheels gear options

    Thanks all. I think what I will do is swap my front to 15 and get 44 for the rear. I will keep the 14 front around and swap it on for the occasions that I hit serious single track or tough riding, most of my dirt work is just 2 tracks and ranch roads around my house which should be just fine with 15/47. I live in a rural area so 15/44 should be OK on the SM wheels since I never need to go over 65 and over 55 is pretty rare. I will try it out and if its no good I will spring for another chain and 41 tooth sprocket. Thanks again for the help!
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    Dual wheels gear options

    Hey guys, I wanted to ask for recommendations on gearing choice for a dual wheel setup. I have a 2006 DRZ400E and am getting a set of SM wheels. I currently run the stock 14/47 gearing and want to keep about that same gear ratio for my offroad wheels. I am curious what is the highest gear ratio I can run on the SM wheels and still be able to use the same chain for easy swaps. Any tips from those that have done this? Thanks in advance.
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    Barkbusters for E model

    Thanks, here are a couple more pictures of the back side too show the levers. The clutch is a little tight but not bad. You're pros should have even more room. I debated between blue and yellow, that's one of the reasons I got the MX hand shields. They are only $15 if I want to change color in the future.
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    Barkbusters for E model

    I just mounted a pair of the Tusk D-Flex handguards (original, not the pro model) with MX shields this morning on my 06 E. At $40 they are about as inexpensive as you will get, and the yellow is nearly a perfect color match. Here is a picture, please excuse the messy garage in the background
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    Arctic Cat DVX 400 2007

    Nice
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    Arctic Cat DVX 400 (2007)

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    Nice
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    Just got a WR426!

    Thanks for the warm welcome everyone! Over the last week I have changed the oil and filter, coolant, brake fluid, air filter, and epoxied the rear fender. I also found the bike had a pressure switch for the brake light that was not connected so I wired that up as well. I think the next big task is going to be rebuilding the suspension. The seals are leaking a bit and I am sure the oil is way past due for a change. I will probably take a break for a week or so before I tackle that and just enjoy the bike. I am planning to go find a real trail tomorrow to ride since so far I have been on dirt roads and farm fields.
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    Oil Gasket question

    Perfect, thanks!
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    Oil Gasket question

    Thank you for your quick responses and for your willingness to help. I am afraid we may be discussing different parts, I apologize that my original question wasn't clear enough. This is the metal drain plug on the bottom of the crank case that is removed through a hole in the skid plate. The gasket in question is number 12 on the attached diagram.
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    Oil Gasket question

    Ah, so there should be a rubber o ring between the silver washer and the crank case? I assumed it had a copper gasket/crush washer like on my truck and on the frame plug.
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