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jonbreaksdown

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About jonbreaksdown

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    Florida
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    dual sport adventures, woods riding, and slowly getting more and more into enduro riding.
  1. jonbreaksdown

    Yamaha WR250F 2005

    Super fun, light, and powerful bike. A little picky on what fuel it likes, comparatively, but still loads of fun to ride on or off the road. This is especially true as I’ve made mine street legal. 👌🏻😏
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    Yamaha WR250F (2005)

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    Super fun, light, and powerful bike. A little picky on what fuel it likes, comparatively, but still loads of fun to ride on or off the road. This is especially true as I’ve made mine street legal. 👌🏻😏
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    Enoree State Forest, SC

    Here’s a couple of still-shots from the last trip (and coincidentally, the first time riding outside of Florida), riding in the Enoree state forest in South Carolina. #motoscoot #mountaintrails #enoreestateforest #EnoreeOHVpark #wr250f #braaap #dirtbike #campingtrip #southcarolina #florida
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    DRZ pics, lets see your Z

    A friend of mine has some on his dr650
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    DRZ pics, lets see your Z

    I run D606's on the front and back
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    DRZ pics, lets see your Z

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    DRZ pics, lets see your Z

    Nice. That's what mine basically is. It's a little heavy to do some things that dirt bikes can do, but mine can do most everything. (Except maybe running an MX track or something of that nature. Haha.)
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    DRZ pics, lets see your Z

    What're your plans with it? Build it into great dual sport or go supermoto?
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    DRZ pics, lets see your Z

    Here's my 03 drz400s with the 3x3 mod, IMS 4gal tank, protaper evo woods high fat bars with 1" risers, SM model front fender, and a nice set of D606s on it.
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    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2003)

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    Like most suzuki bikes, there's some factory issues (such as the tumblers in the key locks being very particular on how you insert/turn the key) and some model specific issues that all DRZs seem to have (such as the charging system and starters going bad). However, once you get those issues fixed, it seems to be decently smooth sailing for the most part. All in all, I think it's a great bike.
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    Suzuki DR-Z400S 2003

    Like most suzuki bikes, there's some factory issues (such as the tumblers in the key locks being very particular on how you insert/turn the key) and some model specific issues that all DRZs seem to have (such as the charging system and starters going bad). However, once you get those issues fixed, it seems to be decently smooth sailing for the most part. All in all, I think it's a great bike.
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    EK or Rk Chains for DRZ400s

    Ok, thanks. I'll get ahold of you on Monday then.
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    EK or Rk Chains for DRZ400s

    Thank you for your response and insight on the subject. I will take you up up on your offer to contact you directly to find a more specific chain for my bike and my type of riding. I saw that you posted your work number and email. Is either of them preferable over the other? -Jon Winkler.
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    EK or Rk Chains for DRZ400s

    Thanks for the info one the different chains. I've always kept my chains clean/greased and adjusted as best I can. This is my first DS and I wasn't sure what (if anything) had changed as for as the types I needed t use go.
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    EK or Rk Chains for DRZ400s

    What is it about the X-ring design that makes it better? I'm not too savvy on the pros and cons of too many different chains.
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