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I am selling my S, I have decided I am just not a true dirt guy. I have made a lot of modifications to the original almost stock scooter. Here is what I have so far: 3800 or so miles will change... Devol Radiator guards Generic case guards DRC radiator hoses Case guards Robust skid plate JD Jet Kit 3X3 mod Yoshimura RS-3 full exhaust Cycra handguards Pro Taper bars KTM folding mirrors adjustable shorty levers on both sides Trail Tech Vapor and dashboard Braided brake lines new chain Seat Concepts seat Tool Kit Battery Tender lead EBC Sintered pads DRC Tail Light with Thumpertalk USA sized bracket DRC LED signals Electronic flasher relay Coil in cap, GSXR600 sparkplug coil/cap replaces stocker Aftermarket 3+ gallon tank, not sure of the brand Suzuki factory kickstarter kit installed Valve clearances checked at 3500 miles, clutch is in new condition, Has a JB Weld repair on the right sidecase, no issues, doesn't leak seems to have been there for years.
- FOR SALE
- Used - Good
Glen Rose, Texas - US
I purchased a JNS Engineering LED headlight for my 2009 DR-Z400S. The headlight comes with a main connection to hook up the low/high beam and also an extra wire that powers daytime running light bar. What I would like to do is wire that extra wire in for the daytime light to always be on. Then splice a toggle switch in to the headlight main connection to be able to toggle off the low/high beam (just daytime light on and low beam off). Would this be easy to do? What should I wire the daytime light in to and where should I splice a switch to the headlight?
I've gone through several sets of tires on my 2001 DRZ 400S. Pirellis mostly. The front tires always wear like this, every other knob in the center is completely gone (down to the cord on this MOTO Z) but the rest are hardly worn. Can anyone explain, is this normal? My buddy said his Kawasaki did the same.
I thought I'd ask the experts on this one for any tips or tricks. I installed a kicker kit on my 01 S in May. I have had a steady oil leak out since I completed the work. I made sure the gasket and case was clean and flush when I put it on and I've checked to make sure all the bolts are tight. My thought is that the problem is the gasket that came with the kit might be lacking in quality compared to the OEM gasket. I ordered an OEM gasket and I have it ready to replace the other this weekend hopefully. I'm 99.9% confident its related to the install of the kicker kit as it didn't leak before and I haven't had the bike go down since the work. Should I use any red RTV when I replace or just run the OEM gasket? Thank you ahead of time.