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  1. 1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION Easy to install! Attaches to base of standard oil filter This powerful six point magnet traps abrasive hard metal particles down to 1 micron. Standard oil filters only trap particles down to 20 microns, leaving behind the most harmful particles to circulate through your engine Reduce wear, and significantly increase your engine life!
  2. LucidMayhem

    ProCycle License Plate Frame

    1 review

    Heavy gauge stainless steel bracket bolts directly to your subframe under the rear fender. Eliminates the ugly stock plastic plate holder.
  3. WaRainRider

    ProCycle complete dual sport kit

    1 review

    PRODUCT DETAILS Wiring harness with on/off key switch Fold-away mirrors & handlebar mount Turn signal flasher unit 12v Horn Acerbis DHH headlight UFO taillight/brake light fender with flushmount signals Halogen mini turn signals Brake light switch Installation notes 2 splice connectors 12 crimp connectors Our harness has been designed to be flexible. It will fit any size bike, small to large, without requiring wire extensions or other modifications. You can power it from a lighting stator (AC) or a battery (DC). Includes a splice connection to power your headlight from the stator while running the other components off a battery.
  4. 1 review

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION OEM Suzuki seal retainer for the DR650. Simple insurance against your countershaft seal popping out of its bore. This is not a common problem but for those folks who have had the seal come out it has proven to be quite difficult to get it to stay in place. This steel retainer eliminates any possibility of the seal coming out and ruining your day by coating your rear tire with oil.
  5. jacej86

    Terrible Gas Mileage DR650

    Hey Guys, I got a DR 650 about 2 months ago, and ever since I've had it it has gotten terrible mpg (best 34 mpg, worst 30 mpg) When I got it, it was a bone stock 06 DR650 with 18,000 miles on it (very clean). At first I noticed an oil leak from the infamous cam chain tensioner gasket, which I promptly replaced. After that I changed spark plugs (ngk cr9ek), new air fliter (twin air), and added a jet kit (pro cycle w/ air box mod). Before the procycle jet kit I had to switch to reserve consistently at 88 to 91 miles on the trip meter. I just got done tuning the carb with jet kit, and I had to switch over to reserve at 73 miles. The carb is tuned with the 155 procycle/mikuni main jet (or the 165 for you dynojet guys) on the 5th notch of the procycle needle jet, counting from the top down. I know it sounds a little rich, but it's what the engine liked. Also when I got the bike it never needed to be choked, even when it was 35 degrees out, just two hits of the starter and I cranked right up. The OEM choke cable was seized up and would not move, so when I put the procycle jet kit on, I replaced it with a knob choke, which got it starting up like a normal engine, ie) need choke when cold. I have replaced the o rings on the carb float, and set to proper float height, along with all new carb gaskets. I will say though with all the jetting and new toy syndrome I have been driving the bike like a bat out of hell and have had long idles to warm up engine for jetting purposes, but it is hard to believe that that could have that much of an effect on my mpg. Any idea what could be causing this terrible gas mileage? It runs real strong, but something has got to be going on considering the mpgs this bike is supposed to be getting. Thanks all, this site members have helped me get at least this far with diagnosing.... I'm thinking dragging brake pad or bad fuel petcock. I don't think it's leaking gas through the stump into the oil, or else it would be way too full. Please help...I need to get better gas milage than a 4 door sedan
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