m22

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  1. Bummer. Good to know.
  2. Wheeling Cycle Supply still has them on their site, did you call them? http://www.wheelingcyclesupply.com/shop/30/17/index.shtml Mike
  3. Stock Fork Spring Rate: 0.40 kg/mm(stock) for a 2001 RM 125 Recommended Fork Spring Rate for your weight is : 0.414 kg/mm for RM 125 That is the recommendation for dirt or trail riding. For supermoto you would want it stiffer yet. Stock Fork Spring Rate: 0.44 kg/mm(stock) For Drz E Recommended Fork Spring Rate for your weight is : 0.478 kg/mm For Drz E That is the recommendation for dirt or trail. Again for supermoto you would want it stiffer yet. Stock Fork Spring Rate: 0.44 kg/mm(stock) for Drz SM Recommended Fork Spring Rate for your weight is : 0.529 kg/mm for Drz SM That is the recommendation for Supermoto These numbers are based on Racetechs spring rate calculater. As Eddie said, if those forks are stock, there is no way they can be too stiff unless the prior owner had them re sprung for a much heavier weight or there is something wrong with them. Re valving and or a different weight and volume of fork oil may be in order as well. Mike
  4. My mistake. That is the 3.2 IMS. I do also have the 3.9 gallon Clark. I got them mixed up. I didn't have graphics on that tank very long. They peeled and bubbled so i took them off. Mike
  5. ^^^^^^^^^^^^ Renazco. Very comfortable, great customer service!
  6. Replica 2005 Suzuki Drz graphics from Factory Effex. I obviously don't have the transparent tank. Gives you an idea of the graphics though. Mike
  7. Or Renazco! http://renazco.com/ I have been using one for 2 years. Extremely comfortable. I tried the gel seat which sucked, and a Corbin but found the Renazco to be the best for me. I highly recommend it. Mike
  8. I have a Drz and have ridden a WR. Drz all the way. A little suspension work and a pipe, you'll be good to go. Drz is more solid and bullet proof than the WR. This is the Drz forum, not that i am biased. Mike
  9. Their either in the shop, having their oil changed, or checking valve specs. Mike
  10. You'll be back!! Good luck with the new bike! Its a beauty. Mike
  11. They will be clearly marked but, you will still have to remove them.
  12. Welcome to TT Bob! I'm guessing you already asked the person you bought it from about jetting? Short of pulling the carb, which is a pretty easy job, you really can't tell for sure. Your going to want to dig into it as some point anyway. Mike
  13. Nice job on the bike, great videos!! Mike
  14. HotCams stage1 are comparable to "E" cams, either one will do the job. Myself, i would put in new valves since you are in there anyway. RHC valves would be the first choice. Stock valves are crap 2 piece design. Mike