Kurtt

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About Kurtt

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  1. FYI the kickstart kit is not available in the UK, so you would have to get it from the States and pay shipping,VAT and import duty
  2. Thanks for the replies. Getting an E registered isn't a problem for me luckily. SEems to me that the S boys try to make the bike a bit more like an E, while the E boys need some of the S refinements (generally speaking). I'm pretty set on the E now so I think it's time to go shopping! Cheers, Kurt
  3. After a good 10 years away from dirt bikes I've decided to get myself a new toy, and the DRZ fits the bill pretty well. However I have a bit of a dilemma. In order to get this past the missus my bike has to be practical, as well as a toy for me. This means that it will have to fulfil commuter duties for at least 2 out of every 4 weeks, travelling about 50 miles round trip per day in these 2 weeks. However I have miles of green lanes easily accessible to me which is really why I want the bike and so the E is the model that appeals to me most, although clearly the S if a much more road oriented bike. Any opinions or advice would be gratefully recieved Thanks Kurt