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Deputy25

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  1. Buy the S and a set of supermoto wheels.
  2. 100 miles to the Allegheny National Forest. Almost 100 miles of dirt. 100 miles home. My butt still hasn't forgiven me.
  3. What kind of tail-light is that? I would like to get rid of the huge stocker on my 2005. BTW, nice DRZ
  4. We have three beagles as well. Had four until last fall...that was a very tough day . RIP Cooter.
  5. Where did you see that? I was on the US Suzuki site and it was listed at 5599.00.
  6. I've ridden the DRZ and the XR650L on the highway. I didn't think the 650 was any better, just heavier. My XR650L always ran hot too, not a prob with the DRZ.
  7. Some of the dealerships around here won't even let you sit on one unless you are a "serious" buyer.
  8. I've owned both. I still have the 650.
  9. The insurance for a DR650 was more than twice the cost of insurance for the DRZ400s here in PA. That was through State Farm. Helped make up my mind.
  10. Major upgrade.
  11. As a cop with a garage full of bikes, I get a kick out of wheelies and that sort of thing. I certainly can't endorse it when I'm on the job, the public is watching. Tag you, or warn you, they'll never know the difference. However, one asshat running from the police can put a lot of other officers (who don't ride) on the backs of EVERY bike they see. So...when you are being made a stockholder at the roadside, you might be paying for all the guys that got away .
  12. The countershaft sprocket on my DR is snugly attached (no play). In my experience, a looser chain is better than one that is too tight.
  13. Go with the white.