Tommy Kaira

Members
  • Content count

    7
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About Tommy Kaira

  • Rank
    TT Newbie

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    United Kingdom
  • Interests
    Cars, bikes, guns...just the usual really!
  1. The XR has great power. I haven't got any experience of the drz but haven't heard too many issues other than being a bit under powered. Sucks that you can't convert a bike over there. I guess I've found one good thing about the UK; we can pretty much register what we like.
  2. Hi, I had an XR650R converted to supermoto for a few years and it was great! Mine had some work done to it including edlebrock carb so I can't say what one in standard tune would be like but based on mine you can't go wrong. I seem to remember there was a common clutch bush issue which you need to sort before it breaks but other than that, no complaints from me.
  3. 0 comments

    Supermoto. Can be a bitch to start (because I'm old now!)
    Supermoto. Can be a bitch to start (because I'm old now!)
  4. 0 comments

    Fast and fairly comfortable. More stable and less twitchy than newer superbikes.
    Fast and fairly comfortable. More stable and less twitchy than newer superbikes.
    Sounds good. Nice power with filter and remap too.
  5. 0 comments

    Nice, reliable bike. Quick for a H-D
    Nice, reliable bike. Quick for a H-D
  6. Hi everyone, I'm coming back to supermotos after a break and was after some advice. It's the old 'which bike' question I'm afraid! Based on previous bikes I have some requirements but I think I'll have to compromise somewhere so all feedback appreciated. I'm after: 1. Something with some legs as it'll be mainly used on the road so I don't want it to struggle at 60mph. 2. Electric start (I'm too old for all that kicking (XR650R) and not being able to start when it's hot (YZ426F) 3. Light. Some of the 'road SM' bikes used to feel a bit cumbersome to me. I'll do the odd track day. 4. Reasonable service intervals. I don't really want to have to service it every time I pop to the shops. I guess an oil change every few weeks wouldn't kill me if it was easy enough to do. I guess I'm looking at something like a converted WR450 (but see 4), KTM SMC (but see 3?) or maybe a Husky 701 (??) Any advice/comments/abuse would be greatly appreciated.