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Found 106 results

  1. Romy

    Honda XR400R (1999)

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    Over the years I’ve owned a few dual sports, street legal from the factory: XT, DRZ, CRF-L. Each one was lacking in one way or another. Heavy, underpowered and burdened with emissions crap. I always found myself modding the crap out of them to confidently take on aggressive woods / atv trails. Basically, I had a $3-4000 machine which I had to dump a bunch more $$$ into to get the performance I wanted. So, I picked up this ‘99 XR400 for cheap money. For $1400 bucks, it needed tires, a chain and a carb cleaning. Bone stock mechanically, it already had more power than any of my previous DP’s (so there’s untapped potential). It came already set up with a BajaDesigns light kit, proTaper bars, Acerbis bark busters and an IMS 4.0 gallon tank. I tuned it up, added a Doubletake Mirror, RAM mounts for my GPS/Phone and I’m riding it a bunch and enjoying it very much!
  2. DDG44

    KTM 690 Enduro R (2015)

    1 comment

    To soon to give a thorough review, but so far I am impressed. It is a 2016, But no drop down menu for it yet.
  3. Rideolder

    BMW R1200GS Adventure (2011)

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    Sweet ride
  4. CrashySmashyKyle

    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2013)

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    Definitely a change from the SV650S that I was accustomed to riding for many years. The stock DRZ400S is not nearly as commuter friendly as I had hoped (Balto-D.C. Metro area). Not quite as highway capable either. It does have it's strong points though. It's torquey and accelerates quickly for having such a small engine, and seems to like being thrown through back roads. Already started modifying the ergonomics and road going abilities of the bike with only 800 miles. Will probably turn it into an ongoing project to see what it will take to make it a streetfighter in dual sport clothing... Thus far (after owning the bike for 4 months) it's had Pro Taper KX High bars installed, a 3.9 gallon Clarke MFG tank with Tusk gas cap, Moose Adventure seat, Acerbis front fender, and a DG O-Series slip-on exhaust added to it. More changes in the future...
  5. McRailberm

    Kawasaki KX250F (2009)

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    pro's: Easy to get comfortable with, great powerband, it's fast, good handling, fits tall riders well cons: bolts around plastics have a tendency to loosen up so tighten regularly, keep an eye out on the radiator fluid, stock seat too soft even for novice/intermediate riders like myself, stock clutch component allright but not great
  6. 2 reviews

    State-of-the-art replacement seats Seats are built on a precision-molded, lightweight Polytec base pan Each seat features improved foam contours and Super Cell Atomic Foam for increased comfort and support Seat covers are marine-grade, UV-stabilized, mildew-resistant CarbonFX vinyl Most seat applications include under-seat storage cargo area Two-up seat models include steel retractable cargo hooks built into seat base pan Available for late-model sportbikes
  7. flyrc11

    Suzuki Gel Seat - DRZ400

    1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION Ergonomically designed and extensively tested for the latest Suzuki models. Each seat has a special insert of flexible SaddleGel below a top layer of cushioning foam with a vinyl seat cover. The gel is a rubberlike material that stays flexible down to temperatures of -40F. The gel equalizes body weight pressure for improved comfort. Each seat features a metal plate at the back with the bike's logo. Only Suzuki Genuine Accessories badged gel seats use a standard Suzuki seat base and hardware for a perfect fit with no modifications.
  8. motocrossman54

    Honda CRF250R (2007)

    0 comments

    Overall great bike, wish it had a little more snap in the bottom end but other than that lots of power.
  9. Baxter67

    Beta 300 RR (2015)

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    I told my wife I was buying a bike with everything I wanted on it when it's new, so I ordered this on Beta's BYOB at $12,000 total, in July '14 and received it Sept '14, a great deal for what's in the bike, I was surprised she was good with that. The bike has been reliable and has me riding faster than ever.
  10. JUDAS

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2008)

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    Just like everyone else. good, reliable and fun to ride. Lots of aftermarket goodies and way to easy to spend way too much money on.<br /><br />Huge knowledge base on this bike makes it easier to save a few buck on most upgrades.
  11. motoinmoab

    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2013)

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    I love the DRZ, it does everything I want a bike to do. Some of my other mods that aren't detailed below are the Vibranator vibration canceling bar inserts, flush mount rear turn signals, ProMoto billet rack, and a tool box from a Yamaha XT225.
  12. mele63

    How to shave and step a seat

    How to shave and step a seat: step by step pics...
  13. Woonjas

    Corbin Canyon Dual Sport

    5 reviews

    FEATURES Let's get you comfortable! Mike Corbin and his Workshop of Wizards have designed this attractive saddle for the exciting Ducati ST. This extraordinary motorcycle is designed for the Sport Touring environment and Corbin's saddle design provides the comfort to rack up the miles! Engineered to provide the perfect blend of rider comfort and the usual Corbin sleek styling. The Canyon Dual Sport saddle provides total comfort for both rider and passenger on the ST. The sculpted riding positions disperse body weight across a greater area so the rider and passenger enjoy mile after mile of comfort. Neutralized seating positions curb the tendency to slide towards the tank under braking conditions, this helps to eliminate rider fatigue. For even greater passenger comfort, this model accepts the removable backrest which is fully adjustable to provide a tailored fit to your co-pilot's posture. This saddle works with our new Ovalbac design backrests for ultimate comfort and very cool looks. The #02-S model backrest (shown) comes coordinated to your saddle and even has removable rear finishing plates that offer further custom options. Shown here we used a Carbon-Fiber look finishing plate to keep the sportbike theme... we also offer a standard leather look if you choose. Leather seating panels are included along with a wide range of decorating options. Our Carbon Fiber style leather adds excitement and comfort! We use vinyl in the side panels to support the foam shape and keep your saddle looking sharp longer. We now have two versions of this seat model available. Our Standard model and a new Close version. Corbin's Close version sits you closer to the bars for an easier reach. This model (Standard) has a longer seating position up front to allow you to slide back further in the seat and get behind the fairing on long rides. Some Ducati riders prefer a seating position closer to the tank for a more "canyon carving" posture. To determine which is best for you, just click on the photo for complete information.
  14. WoodsRacerDotCom

    Seat Concepts

    finally got around to ordering a new seat, now that seat concepts offers a complete seat, thought I would share my initial impressions here. I called and spoke to the owner who informed me that they just are now making complete seats. I immediatly ordered one and he told me it would ship out the following week from CA which would put it at my door just a couple days before the Hancock NY dual sport (200 miles). 5 days later I get a email notification that it shipped, great....will be in time for my dual sport! Then 2 days later I checked the tracking and it was returned to seat concepts instead of making it's way to me. I emailed the owner and he explained that his guy send it out regular ground and he was concerned that I would not have the seat in time for my ride, so he called it back and sent another seat out via 2 day air! now, the seat would have gotten here in time for my ride anyway, but the fact that he went through all of that trouble to make sure I had the seat for my ride is some of the best customer service I have ever experienced! I'll be in Hancock arrowing the course today and will report back on the seat tonight, but I really like the looks and feel of it so far. I would explain it as: the mullet of seats...business in the front and party in back!
  15. Just looking for some reviews, as well as which companies actually sell complete seats. I must not be looking hard enough, but all I can come up with is SDG, Aceribis X-seat, and motoseat. Seems like an under utilized market. I'm surprised with all the companies that make seat covers, more don't make complete seats. I currently have an SGD on my 2001 CR. It's held up pretty well. Been on there for about 15 years now. Durability has been well proven. While it fits pretty well, the factory seat fits much better. I recently bought a replacement for it, but ended up returning it, as I couldn't get it to fit. Anyways, I'll be picking another up soon for the 450, and have been looking at motoseat, (The reviews on the Acerbis X-seat sound like the seat is too stiff, so I probably won't consider this one, even though it probably looks the coolest). So any insight/experience with any of these brands, or any other is appreciated.
  16. Yellowstuff

    Yamaha YZ250F (2007)

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    Handles good. Comfortable. Feels like it could use more grunt in the bottom end.
  17. ridecrazy11

    Suzuki DR-Z400E (2001)

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    My first "dual sport" I've usually just had motocross bikes but I need "Transportation" ;) And the "E" is licensed so I got a great BANG for the buck
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