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  1. Here's mine in dirt clothes And in SuMo
  2. This idea came about after I visited the adventure riders website. After seeing all the nice pictures that were taken from trails, I decided to start a thread focusing on the nicest areas you can take a picture of your Drz. I think I was just so bored today too. Here I'll set it off...
  3. Time Left: 12 days and 18 hours

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    I have an SM with the metal tank, decals under the clear coat. I'd like to do something different aesthically & don't want to molest my stock tank or spend mucho bucks getting it professionally painted. I like how the transluscent Clarke tanks look with black plastics. Just looking for stock size or maybe the 3.2, whatever. Not really looking to spend too much as I can experiment with vinyl wrapping for ~$50. But if you're thinking about getting rid of one, shoot me a price & I'll consider it.

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  4. So I've been riding a crf230f road legal conversion done, but I need something a little more powerful, and able to ride longer distances on asphalt to get to a trail. I want something light weight and reliable, but also road worthy and inexpensive. Narrowed down to: Suzuki Drz400 BMW G650X challenge Dr650 (although too heavy) Xr650l (heard it lacks bottom end) Ktm, Husqvarna, ccm, husaberg etc are out of bounds (due to price or maintenance issues.) Note: buying second hand
  5. So I have a 2015 drz400s. I have finally had the money to start doing thing I want to the bike. (Exhaust,jetting,hand guards and some other wonderful stuff.) I have noticed that I really ride street about 95% of the time. Obviously having 17'' rims will make for alot better time on the street than the stock s rims. Im quite new to bikes so what is a must when switching from stock s rims to sm rims? The only obvious parts to me are rims and tires. Any opinions?
  6. Yes it is back again, a link that takes you to some of the most popular parts for the DR-Z400 series motorcycle. Here's the link: https://www.thumpertalk.com/shop/Popular/Suzuki-DR-Z-400-c2447/ If you don't see what you're looking for there, go HERE and either select "Aftermarket Parts" or "OEM parts". From there, you can input the year/make/model of your vehicle and when you browse the categories or use the search function, the results will be filtered by your bike. Note: by default, results include universal parts. If you only want to see confirmed fitment parts, click the "hide universal" parts button. Be sure to clear your vehicle if you need to shop for another bike. The ThumperTalk Store offers more than 8 million parts, but if you don't see what you're looking for, Contact the store folks and ask. There is a good chance they'll have it in my experience. There are lots of good places to shop, but not a bad idea to support the folks that bring us this fine forum.
  7. Hey what's up everyone, this is my first post as well as my first time looping a motorcycle (hopefully the last). I was practicing clutching up in 2nd gear, and got up to 35 and then got cocky with the throttle and looped my dang bike. no serious injuries other than really bruised knees covered with road rash. I was able to ride home luckily. I feel foolish but a good wheelie is &%$#@!ing fun. However my ride just isn't the same. I need a new tail light, I can figure out this much I'm having a hard time figuring out of my handle bar mount has been damaged or the handle bars themselves. I have pro taper contours (1.25in) which are pretty rigid but 35 isn't exactly a low speed crash. One bar end is completely missing and the throttle sleeve is shit. Forks maybe need to be adjusted as well as front wheel balance? I have some photos if y'all could help me decide what I got to do to get back riding. Thanks everyone! Be safe. 2015 Drz400sm mods: JD jet kit, 3x3, full yoshi rs2, pro taper contours
  8. I have 12xxx miles on my drz400 and was wondering if its time that stuff starts breaking or not cause i have the s model and kinda want supermoto rims. Should i invest in rims or a new bike.
  9. Just had a recent dirtbike accedent that has had me in the hospital for 3 weeks+ and has me writing this from my hospital bed currently. Well i left the house with a buddy i had just met to go for a short ride for an hour or so ,we both have street legal dirtbikes, him a ktm 300 2 stroke, and myself on my drz 400, well my buddy is new to the neighborhood so i had him following me to a trail i found in the area that takes you to a giant concrete drainage ditch with sloped walls up each side and the ditch goes on for a few miles, well i had rode this spot by myself the day before so i decided to take him down there, so i was wearing my helmet gloves and a pair of leather low top work boots, we got about a mile down the ditch i was riding up and down the sides of the ditch ( about 20ft high ) my buddy past me doing a wheelie, everything was all good having fun so far and i rode up the wall one more time and came back down and i felt my left foot just hit something and get snagged and my foot had that feeling that it took a bad blow and i instantly slow to a stop and look down at my boot it was tore up, so i waved my riding partner to come back knowing i hurt something, so he got back i got off bike and had him put down my kickstand, i went down to the ground and untied my boot to look at my foot because i could feel i might have broke somthing, sure enough when i took the boot of my sock had a big rip across it, i could see all the ligaments and tendons on the top all exposed and my big toe and the next two after were just hanging there freely floping around and going numb, i was in shock, i wasnt leaving my bike down there or taking a 2000$ ambulance ride, my bike was a kickstart only so i had my buddy kick start it i got back on and i started to ride shifting with my heal, as i rode out i was looking for what i had hit i noticed it was a tree stump about 1ft tall and 8 or 9 inches wide[emoji35], so i had 6 miles to get home by the half way point i couldn't use my heal it hurt so bad i started reaching down and shifting with my left hand no clutch, well i got the bike home and had my girlfriend take me to the hospital, i knew it was bad but little did i know what i was about to go threw, so the first surgery was metal pins in my toes and about 30 plus stitches, a week later a second surgery to amputate my big toe because i had sevored the main artery in the big toe and it lost circulation, well after another 6 days the whole top of the skin started turning black because of more loss of circulation because of the laseration across the whole center of the foot severd alot of blood vessels, so on my 3rd surgery they removed all the black skin including the skin that covered my amputation, and now after just having my 6th surgery they did a skin graft yeasterday and a screw to hold sum bone together, im still in the hospital now and thinking about alot, one thing im thinking is that i regret so much leaving the house in work boots because they were not adequate protection, i own actual dirtbike boots and failed to wear them this time and this all most likely would have not happend or atleast not been near as bad. So my advice is when you go ride WEAR sum actual dirt bike boots and if you dont own any go buy sum because it could save your toes or whole foot from a serious injury, and yes i knew this but my thinking was, im just going for a little quick ride and man do i regret that. I love riding and could never give it up, as soon as i heal up ill ride again but i will definitely invest in even more gear a be more cautious than i already was. So here are sum pics of the injury so far, dont look if you have a week stomach or dont want to see blood and guts,
  10. Hey DRZers. I have a question for those with the experience and knowledge. I have two DRZ400Es('01 and '02). Both have full aftermarket exhausts with spark arrestors. The 2001 is street legal and the '02 is not, as of yet(fingers crossed), I'm in CA. On the '01 it has a full Yoshimura Comp exhaust and I am wondering which set up better or the differences in performance characteristics. I can't just jump on each bike to do testing as the '02 is not registered yet because I am attempting to get it street legal. So I was wondering if anyone on here has first hand experience and knowledge of these two systems on these bikes. I want to take the best off both bikes and then sell off the other once the '02 is street legal. I will note that the Yoshimura system was probably put on the bike back in 2001-02 as the bike was fully set up for desert runs with ProCircuit Suspension tuning, Tokyo Mods Carb work(which was crap) and a Baja Kit light set up. I state this because the Yoshi system is old and must be straight from the designs they made for Mike Kiedrowski and Suzuki's eduro team. Also, the header on the Yoshi is about 3cm larger on the OD than the T4. Here are two photos of the Yoshi system. The T4 muffler is significantly smaller in diameter and rides higher up next to the fender. I'm planning to make sure one of the bikes if fully buttoned up tight for a first time entry into the Barstow to Vegas race in November. weight is of some concern. Thanks guys!!!
  11. Time Left: 8 days and 10 hours

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    Looking to sell 2006 DRZ400SM as it needs a new rider. New baby boy can't hold on to the bike for a while and we need to make some space for baby gear. List of mods below where mostly performed by previous owner. Mostly ridden for short in town commutes and weekend rides to North Georgia Mountains via back roads and state highways. Never swapped the wheels for any true off road riding but the distanza rear was great on fire roads and gravel. I put about 20k on the bike and previous owner did about 8k, but had swapped bike computer for bicycle speedometer. Title says unknown mileage. Mods Keihin FCR MX 39 carb with 3x3 airbox mod and re-jet Yoshimura exhaust Cam tensioner and turkey baster mod 3.9 gallon Clarke tank SDG seat stainless brake line Rear rack Upgraded air filter Extras Original gas tank and Mikuni Carb Instrument cluster/ computer and original mounting hardware 21F and 18R off road rims with knobbies

    $2,500.00

  12. Time Left: 7 days and 12 hours

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  13. Hello, I am new to thumpertalk. I bought a used drz 400 a month ago. A week ago my bike didn't start anymore. The battery was empty, so I recharged it but the same thing happened again 2 days later. So I bought a new battery because I thought the old one was bad. The same thing happened again with the new battery. So I looked on thumbertalk for any solutions. It seems that the battery doesn't get charged when the bike is running. After checking the battery with a multimeter I get only 12,4 volt on my battery even if the motor is on and I am going up to 3000rpm. There are a few things that could be damaged or faulty. The adapter connecting the cables to the battery could be corroded. I checked for that but it seems to be fine. I looked at the fuse but there doesn't seem to be any damage. The rectifier was tested with a multimeter and it seems to be ok too. The only thing that is left is the stator and after checking with the multimeter it seems to be the problem since I don't get the same readings for the 3 different pins. So I removed the stator from my bike but after inspecting it it seems to be ok. No coils are burnt (or at least it seems like the stator is in a good condition). I made a couple of photos for you to see it for yourself. I don't have much experiences with these kind of things so I am not sure if I should I replace it or not or if the problem is somewhere else. Any help would be welcome. Thanks for your replies.
  14. Since I've been getting a few requests a week to e-mail the re-jet instructions word document (offered to send it to someone in old post that lives on) I thought I'd throw this post together. It is perhaps the one stop shop for 3x3 mod info: the master 3x3 post The 3x3 Mod So what is the 3x3 mod anyway? Well, this mod is basically re-jetting your carb and allowing it to run to its full potential. This mod can be done by even the most newbie of wrenchers out there. 3x3 refers to the size of hole that you will need to cut into the top of your airbox where your snorkel currently is. Don’t worry, you are not carelessly risking getting water into your engine by removing the snorkel. The bread and butter of the mod is the taper of new needle which you will get with your kit. Jet kits can be found through the TT here http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=341221&highlight=drz+jetting+kit+store Scroll down to the bottom to find the right kit for your DRZ If you purchased a S kit for SM by accident don’t worry it will work (different jetting specs are used, just ask!) There are some great instructions outlining the procedure and here are two: bayoubikebruiser’s post is a nice one (Good Job BBB) http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=334539 Note that BBB followed the TPS sensor wire back and detached from the clip it there rather than removing the TPS off the carb. Another read is the attached word file (which i convereted to pdf and can be found here for your convenience) which has ‘been around the block’ to say the least. Sample Jetting recommendations (note: these are different for different elevations and different bikes) SM - 150 main jet (155mj for full exhaust system) - 25 pilot jet - 2nd clip on needle from top - 2.5 turns out on fuel screw S - 140 – 142.mj (bigger for exhaust) - 25 pilot jet - 4th position from top - 2.5 to 3 turns out on fuel screw Burned’s fuel screw setting method: with the bike warm and idleing turn the fuel screw in till the idle drops/misses.then go back out till the idle peaks/smooths. this should happen between 1 and 3 turns out. if you end up at less than 1 turn you need a smaller pilot jet.more than 2.5 (or 3 turns on a cv) you need a bigger pilot jet. choose the appropriate size and retest. The 25 Pilot jet part number for TT is: N224.103-25 So… now you have the info that you need, get to it! Your bike will sound better and rip a little faster; get ready to grin!
  15. Made a quick video last night on the two water crossings we did this last week on the Oregon Back Country Discovery (OBDR) Route #4 from Seneca to Sisters, Oregon. This OBDR segment (Route 4) covers about 240 miles of pretty darn remote area. You have to cross the Malheur river at two different points about 22 miles apart. Fun crossings. Not terribly difficult in July, but you can screw it up and hydrolock your bike if you aren't careful. (I've seen more than one video on YouTube of folks dumping their bike and sucking in a cylinder full of water.) The GPS coordinates of each crossing are in the video, but here's the data also: North Fork of the Malheur River “Crane Crossing” 44º09’34.45” N 118º22’06.79” W Elevation 4506 feet Approx 22 miles apart Malheur River Crossing at the Malheur Ford Trailhead 44º05’13.17” N 118º34’46.88” W Elevation 4781 feet Here's info on the different Oregon Back Country Discovery Route: http://www.oohva.org/index.html
  16. Hey guys, my wife really wants to ride with me. In order to do that, I need to get a different bike ( or a different wife). I've been sadly been debating trading my bike for a cruiser. I need to know what you guys think would be a fair price for this bike for trade value. The bike is a 2000 Drz400. Kickstart model. The bike has been converted to supermoto using behr rims wrapped in brand new Avon trail riders. Front has big brake conversion. All new plastics including tank. New seat, Tusk street legal kit ( the bike is registered street legal) answer bars, geared 15/38. 470cc striker kit, k&n filter. This bike came with the fcr39 carb and an open air box ( 3x3 mod is more like 4x4 ). Full yoshimura exhaust. Carb has obviously been jetted and also had an extended fuel screw installed. Bike has roughly 300 miles on it after complete rebuild( all new parts were put on at the same time). Im sure I'm forgetting a few things but you get the gist. All the expensive stuff is done. Bike runs like a million bucks and is probably faster than 99% of the drz400sm models out there. Mainly due to the lighter weight of this bike and the stroker kit. What should I ask for this? Trade value? also, if you guys were in my situation, what bike would you guys look for? My wife is 5'4" 110 lbs, so I don't want a goldwing lol.
  17. What do you guys think of this guy's conclusions?
  18. 2003 Drz400s with just over 17k miles on the clock. Over the winter I replaced the clutch basket with a lightly used one, also the plates, springs, and friction plate. Had the bike checked out by a local shop when I jetted the carb and he said everything worked as it should. I took the lever off a few days ago to powder coat it and messed with the cable. I put the lever and cable back where I thought it was adjusted to and now it feels clunky. Can someone tell me how to properly adjust a clutch cable with two points of adjustment on it? Is the nickle trick best for this bike, still feels like it clunks into gear. For some reason I've been having trouble with this. Thanks for any input!
  19. Hello Can someone tell me what is xxx db(A) at xxx rpm? I have DRZ400S 2003. Thanks!
  20. Hello ALL, I am totally new here. If i am posting at a wrong place please do guide me. Hope not to annoy you all with my questions... I am in process of acquiring a DRz400 2004. Its factory pack never been put together or taken out of the box. Would it be still a good buy ? Do i have to worry about getting new fuel pipes and all ? What should be the cleaning "RIGHT way to do "? I know there is No right way to do it... but How would you prefer to get it on road. am looking forward to hear from you all and sharing my experience with DRZZZzzzz.... What name should i have for my bike ? Any suggestions would be great.... Thank you.
  21. Hello everyone, I am trying to find a cheap replacement for the stock DRZ400sm gas cap. Zeta has one but it requires the inners from the original. I bought another gas tank to use for the woods but it didnt come with a gas cap. Looking for something inexpensive that i wont have to use the inners from my other cap for. I just cant bring myself to spend the 100+ on one off of ebay. I dont care if it locks or not either? Any ideas????
  22. *Moved from sportbike forum Hey All, A while back a racer buddy explained to me that the best combo for tire size with lean angle in mind (for supermotos) is to have the front and rear tire as close to each other in terms of size and profile as possible for best and smoothest results in learning. I tried to find more info about it but found many contradictions. Some said 150 better, some said 140. And at that, they were talking about different tire models/mfgs and combinations. I tend to believe that the thinner rear tire gets you better/quicker/smoother lean and is also lighter weight so better response. But I'd like some more opinions or some stats if you have any. My Question: Is a setup of 120/70/17 and 140/70/17 on 4.25" rims, going to get you smoother and more stable results than a 160 or 150 rear? My current setup is Conti Attack SM's 120/140 (1.5K miles on them and loving it) Thanks for any help!
  23. Hey guys. I'm having a difficult time getting my bike running right. I have the original drz, the "k" series, kickstart only. I just got this bike off Craigslist so I'm not 100% familiar with it but I will do my best to describe what's going on. It has a fcr39 carb, open air box ( not the 3x3 mod) full open yoshimura exhaust, cams from the e model, a k&n filter, a small stroker kit. My pipe was blue and bike is backfiring. Obviously running really lean. I am at 860 ft. Above sea level. I opened the carb up and saw the previous owner had a 60 pilot, 190 main, and the needle was at setting 5. I knew this was wrong, but I'm not an expert. I need a jet kit, I'm having a very hard time finding a kit for the bike, since it makes more power than most stock bikes, With all the power adders on this thing. Can anyone please help me, I just want to ride!
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    2001 DRZ400S with 6800 miles on it. Also on Craigslist at https://boston.craigslist.org/nwb/mcy/6161569078.html THIS BIKE IS PART OF A SET or can be sold separately (see my other adds for the DR200SE, Motorcycle trailer, and Toyota Truck(s)). We are leaving the country, so if you want a bike for you and your spouse or kid... this is your bargain. Make me an offer on all three or four. It has been well used, but maintained and kept under cover. I haven't done extensive carb/engine/exhaust mods since it runs great. Comes with extra set of rims and tires. One setup is for street and another setup for dirt. Rear rims have the appropriate size sprocket for the tires and I have two front sprockets as well (changes the top and low speed considerably). Takes about 20 minutes to switch between street and dirt. I installed a Happy Trails rack with soft and hard pannier that can be included or sold separately. It has hand guards and tinny front blinkers (I got sick of replacing the factory blinker from hitting trees). Has a beefy skid plate installed. I have some random extras that go with the bike as well (oil and filters). Depending on your head size, you could also get a helmet or two for free. This dike gets 50 mpg on dirt or road and is rock solid. Includes a new lithium battery. Fired up on the first push of the starter this year. The bike is in Maine, but can come down to Boston with a little notice (I travel between Maine and Boston). I am not in a hurry to sell, so don't low ball an offer. Cash in hand to test ride

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