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  1. J.Ackel

    Just installed MCCT

    Hey guys been awhile. I just installed my MCCT using Fragmastercarls method. Fired the bike up, adjusted and think I'm good. I know its possible to skip a tooth later due to lobe slack being loosened, but when would this happen, right after install? under certain rpm/engine conditions? Also, will a skipped tooth be highly noticeable, with misfiring etc, or could it slip under the radar? I know i should have TDC the engine, but I didnt. Don't judge me EMarquez and Noble! Thanks guys. Happy riding.
  2. Drz400-driving

    Tick noise drz 400

    Every since i got the bike its makes that like tick noise like the exhaust pipe is pinging its from the right side of the engine but i beleive its the cams..? Every drz has it my mates do
  3. billy750cc

    Suzuki DR-Z400 (2003)


    Very fun bike. Gets to the dirt and back.
  4. Moto2sport

    Suzuki DR-Z400 (2000)


  5. jorgen_blok1

    Suzuki DR-Z400 (2002)


    does what it needs to do. which is making me smile
  6. jbranford

    Suzuki DR-Z400 (2002)


    Great fun, owned for 7 years and very few problems
  7. adamski

    Suzuki DR-Z400 (2000)


    Tons of fun! Easy to repair and modify. Learning by doing!
  8. ThumperTalk

    Suzuki DR-Z400 2004

    9 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Model: Suzuki DR-Z 400 Year: 2004 Category: Enduro / offroad Rating: 62.9 out of 100. ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION Displacement: 398.00 ccm (24.29 cubic inches) Engine type: Single cylinder, four-stroke Compression: 11.3:1 Bore x stroke: 90.0 x 62.6 mm (3.5 x 2.5 inches) Fuel system: Carburettor. Mikuni Fuel control: DOHC Ignition: Electronic CDI Lubrication system: Dry sump Cooling system: Liquid Gearbox: 5-speed Transmission type, final drive: Chain Clutch: Wet multi-plate CHASSIS, SUSPENSION, BRAKES AND WHEELS Rake (fork angle): 27.2° Trail: 107 mm (4.2 inches) Front suspension: Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped Front tyre dimensions: 80/100-21 Rear tyre dimensions: 90/120-18 Front brakes: Single disc Rear brakes: Single disc PHYSICAL MEASURES AND CAPACITIES Dry weight: 132.0 kg (291.0 pounds) Seat height: 935 mm (36.8 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. Overall height: 1,230 mm (48.4 inches) Overall length: 2,310 mm (90.9 inches) Overall width: 875 mm (34.4 inches) Ground clearance: 300 mm (11.8 inches) Wheelbase: 1,485 mm (58.5 inches) Fuel capacity: 10.00 litres (2.64 gallons) Reserve fuel capacity: 2.30 litres (0.61 gallons) OTHER SPECIFICATIONS Starter: Electric Color options: blue
  9. ThumperTalk

    Suzuki DR-Z400 2001

    12 reviews

    Motorcycle Type Trail Engine Specifications Displacement (cc): 398 Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4 Speeds: 5 Speed Transmission Specifications Number of speeds: 5 Speed Dry Weight (lbs.): 249
  10. ThumperTalk

    Suzuki DR-Z400 2000

    9 reviews

    MOTORCYCLE TYPE Trail ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Displacement (cc): 398 Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4 Speeds: 5 Speed TRANSMISSION SPECIFICATIONS Number of speeds: 5 Speed Dry Weight (lbs.): 249
  11. Mitch2296

    Need a little help ..

    I'm a bit new to the forum and new to riding .. First bike here's the sellers description on Craigslist --For sale 2013 suzuki drz 400 great clean bike custom dg exhaust Pirelli dot approved tires bike is rust and dirt free ready to ride selling because don't have time anymore--- bike has 1800 miles on it and was going for 4500 but he's taking 3700, uploaded two pictures with it what do you guys think any thing I should look for when he brings the bike to me on Thursday ? It seems fairly new and clean to me ... Thanks btw I'm 6"2 245lbs thanks ...
  12. rraiderr

    Huksy 701

    Have you guys seen this? http://www.asphaltandrubber.com/bikes/2016-husqvarna-701-supermoto-usa/#more-93819 Think it would be better than converting a 450 MX bike in to a motard? Depending on price I may pick one up to replace my totaled track bike. Not getting rid of the DRZ ever.

    New Avon Distanzias on 2013 SM

    Just sharing for those of you who might want to look into a better tire. OLD STOCK TIRES... NEW AVON DISTANZIAS... I bought mine from Amazon and I couldn't find a better deal anywhere ~JeFF
  14. bucket list

    TrailTech striker give-a-way

    Pulled this off the DRZ i bought in the spring when i up graded to the Voyager dash GPS unit. Bin looking at it on my bench for the last 7 months and now it just dawned on me that some one could probably use this thing. Works great, comes with wheel speed and temp. sensors, large and small handle bar mounts. But for some reason, i'm missing the bracket between the unit and the bar mount. I'm sure something could be easily fabricated. If you could give a little story as to why you need this unit, and you don't live in timbucktoo, i'll send it to ya.
  15. frag-88

    epicmotosports.com fail

    Hi, everybody. More than two months ago I made the order on a site epicmotosports.com. Were ordered: Fcr 39 master kit, DRZ oil change kit - no oil, SSW super start bracket. Its postal address kevin@epicmotosports.com communicated with Kevin Bland. Kevin billed me then I paid it and on it everything, all my attempts to communicate with Kevin and with a site epicmotosports.com are unsuccessful. Date of payment of account 5.3.2013. What to do? How to be? I will be grateful for the help. Thanks.
  16. Subalaris

    DR-Z 400SM Cylinder head

    Hi! I need a new cylinder head for my DR-Z 400 SM 2005, along with camshafts and valves. should I buy a new one or used will do? where can i check which parts are compatible with my bike? (like DR-Z E or DR-Z S or any different year or model)
  17. Kawazuki-400

    Off road Zeds

    Super motards are cool but not really my thing they make sports bikes to go fast on the tar . I want to see hard core off road drzs , there would have to be plenty out there I carnt be the only one that loves the fact you don't have to rebuild the thing after every other ride so come on lads lets see em. Mines nearly stock but one day I want to build in something similar to this beast that the boys at dirtbike magazine built this thing is HORN !
  18. 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.
  19. Afternoon, So i was at a dealer yesterday looking to purchase a 2016 DR-Z400S and the salesman said that i had to bring the bike in for service that i can not do service like changing the oil or valve adjustments because it has to be hooked to a computer to reset the wrench or the bike will go into limp mode. I ask how long has that been around he said a few years. As far as i know that's B.S. but i have been wrong before. Has anyone heard of this, cause i believe he was just trying to sell me a service/maintenance program by lying. Thank you for your time, Gordon
  20. Hi all, Probably my first post here. I am installing Hotcams stage 1 camshafts to my DR-Z 400 S 2006 model and i am adjusting valve clearance. Currently my valves are like this Exhaust 0,28 mm 305mm adjustment piece -> i changed that to 310 so it goes to 0.23 mm 0.25mm 305mm adjustment piece -> i changed that to 310 so it goes to 0.20 mm (right to Hotcam spec which is 0.20 mm to exhaust) Intake 0.15 mm 278 mm adjustment piece -> fits right without adjustment to Hotcam spec which is 0.15 to intake 0.18 mm 270 mm adjustment piece -> i keep this so it stays in 018 mm Now question is should i change Intake valve 0.18 and 270 adjustment piece to 275 so it would go to 0.13 mm or do i keep it as it is? Personally i think it wont make difference and i have always understood its safer to have valve clearance to more loose side just in case. I will be checking valve clearance periodically anyway as its pretty quick job to do and i have good garace to do it.
  21. Bryan Bosch

    Popular DR-Z00 Parts & Accessories

    We've created sub-section of the ThumperTalk parts & accessories store, where we're showcasing the most common & popular parts for the DR-Z400 platform. You can access it via: https://www.thumpertalk.com/shop/Popular/Suzuki-DR-Z-400-c2447/ When the page first opens, below the category filters, it will show you ALL products for this section, so you can page through as you like. However, you can filter the results down in two ways: 1. use the categories above the products. 2. input your year/make/model and until your remove your bike, everything you see will be filtered for your bike. Note: we show universal parts by default, but you can turn them off by simply checking the box "hide universal parts". We add to the popular DZ-Z400 parts list fairly often, so sure to check back periodically. Also, if you create a free store account, you can add anything you like to a "wishlist" to access at a later date. All the best! Bryan Bosch Owner ThumperTalk.com
  22. DRZ 4OOE Namibia

    DRZ battery swap that works.

    Yo all. Swapped my original DRZ battery with a UPS battery 1 month ago and still have more than enough amps after the bike was stationary for 1 week during this month. Much cheaper,no kits and the UPS Bat is 8.2ah against the original 7ah Yuasa bat.
  23. I've read just about every seat thread on this forum for the past seven years, so I know all about Corbin and Seat Concept and Saddlemen and Renazco. I rode an SDG Tall for about four years, and while it had more foam, it was actually narrower in cross-section than the original seat. I liked the extra height, but finally returned to the stock since it was just a tad more comfortable (if "comfortable" is a word you can use in the same sentence as "stock DRZ seat"). Anyway, this seat intrigues me. I've had good luck with Moose products in the past, mostly their clothing, but can find scant little information on this saddle; in particular, specs for width and height. i'm not even sure the stock images I'm finding on Google are for the DRZ400-specific product since Moose seems to be making this saddle for a bunch of different bike. This is a long way to getting around to asking if anyone has seen this saddle in the wild, has tried this saddle, or can give me some measurements or riding impressions? Thanks.
  24. mike0227

    Suzuki DR-Z400 (2001)


    Good all around bike, better for on road off the shelf however can be adapted for better offroading. Gearing range is poor as it does not have low enough first gear for tight steep single tracks. If you re gear for single tracks it loses top end so it really needs another gear and change of gear range.