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Good morning. First post. First thread. Haven't been able to narrow down my question in search, so I figured I would create a thread. I recently purchased a 1993 Honda XR100R to use as a pit bike when I am racing. I am 5'9" and 270 lbs. I was lucky enough to find one being sold by an adult rider, about the same height. Eve when sitting down, and under acceleration, I have about 2 1/2" of squat still usable in the rear suspension. The previous owner basically threw the BBR catalog at the bike, with the exception of the big bore kit. It has the XR80/100 triple trees and fork clamps. BBR cradle, BBR swing-arm, BBR chain guard, re-jetted carb, Modified engine in some way (but not the 120 kit), front fork springs and oil. Aftermarket rear shock and spring. Etc... My question is either now, or later when I add the 120 cc kit; what are the best sprocket changes to do with my weight? I know the bike is severely lacking in take off, and it could use some help on top end; and I know I can only get one or the other with the sprockets. My thinking, (correct me if I am wrong), was to set the sprockets for take off and mid range, and when I get the 120 kit, that will help with the top end. Thanks, ahead of time. Daniel
Ctopher86 posted a topic in DRZ400/E/S/SMRan across this video the other day and thought I would share it. For all those who are curious if 1. Is the DRZ capable machine? 2. Is a dialed in/modified suspension worth it? and 3. Should you buy a DRZ? The answer is YESSSS!!!!