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  1. Hello Thumpertalk Community, My First Post here and i'm going to start with a Big one... for me at least. On my 2005 XR650r wich is an ED Type i guess? (Bought in Germany i think(2nd Owner)) My Stock Stator somehow broke after long investigations a specialized company found out that one of the Coils wich is responsible for the Ignition is broken. Repairing would've cost me about 300€ (~280$ i guess?) and a compleatly new OEM would've cost me 600€ wich is why i bought a RickyStator from Xr'sOnly after a good month the stator arrived (due to customs) and as i Wanted to Replace the old one i noticed a big problem: The OEM Stator has wiring wich looks like this: A multi caple Plug with 5 Cables in it. 2 Cables for the ignition. The RickyStator one Looks like this: 8-10 Loose Cables of wich 2 where in a MultiCable Plug Ignition Cables are Known Dosn't fit but i got a question Would the Bike run if i only run the Ignition Cables? Does every cable have to do 1 exact "job" or are the rest of those wich arn't igniton cables only for supplying the rest of the bike with the 12 Volts? Anyone had the same or similar Problem? Pliz halp am only good with mechanical problems not with electrical stuff Thank you in Advance i guess 🙂
  2. Hi, I'm late 30's dad whos looking to get back to desert riding with my young kids and I haven't had my own bike or barely ridden in 15 years. As title says I'm a big guy(6'5" lil outta shape but working my way down in lbs) and I want a fun reliable bike I can throw into my truck and ride around the S.California deserts (El Mirage, Ocotillo, etc.) I have zero interest in street riding so I hadn't even looked at the XR650's and have been focusing my search on WR450's & CRF450X's only but after watching a video or 2 about the XR and seeing only a few but better priced options then the other 2 choices I'm wondering if the XR isn't exactly what I want. I've read some riders don't like how tall it is and heavy, and it isn't the poppiest motor for a 650, but since I'm so tall n heavy and just looking to have reasonable desert fun what are your thoughts? Also read alil about people removing and minorish mods done to the XR to make it lighter and uncork it more. Anyone have experience stripping away street stuff and only leaving it Ca. desert legal? Thanx in advance for your opinions, I'm looking to spend @ $1500-4000 on the bike I chose, hoping to keep it as cheap as reliable /fun allows
  3. Hello, after many years I am back to riding again, kinda. I just bought an xr650l with most of the supermoto conversion done. All it needed was a horn, mirror, turn signals, and a tail light. Seemed simple enough and I got it at a "your a good friend" price. The horn went on with little problems, along with the mirrors. I learned what a relay switch looked like after buying L.E.D. turn signals, but other than that, we were kosher. I installed the rear tail light, as some other tutorials show, and there was no power. I looked up the wiring diagram, and after double checking I connected the right wires, still no power. Is there a relay I need for the tail light? Even if there were a relay needed, I assumed it would still light up as a driving light without it? Electrical components are not my cup of tea.
  4. I finally got the exact pig I was looking for after a long search. Never been ridden. Original owner claimed it was never even started after leaving the dealership. I know it sounds like a tall tale, but It’s a true Cinderella story (a long one if anyone is interested in intricate details.) I inspected it twice for 2 hours before buying it and have been going through it for 2 weeks getting it ready to ride after being stored (indoors) for 12+ years, and I can’t find evidence of even the slightest amount of use. Now it’s finally ready, but man, this thing is beautiful! It’s like a collector’s item now and probably belongs in a museum or something. Hard to ride it after it’s been so well preserved for so long. Could probably keep it new, but I wanted a BRP to ride, not to just polish, stare at, and show off. What would you do with this thing?
  5. Hello, Quick question about valve clearance on my newly purchased '00 XRR. The previous owner uncorked it and put an XR's only competition exhaust on it but kept the stock header. As I was going over the basic maintenance on the bike I noticed the exhaust valves were way out of spec. This is my first bike with auto decompression, so I'm wondering if that has anything to do with it, or if uncorking/changing the exhaust caused the previous owner to alter the exhaust valves but not the intake???? or maybe its indicative of an engine problem that might require looking into. According to the manual I got, the intake should be set at 0.006 ±0.001 inches, and the exhaust should be at 0.008 ±0.001 inches. My intakes were set at a reasonable 0.005, but both exhaust valves were at 0.015, nearly double where they should be! In my limited experience, valves usually tighten up with use, not loosen up. I'm hoping somebody could shed some light on why they might be set so high. I took multiple measurements multiple times to ensure I was TDC on compression stroke, and tried my best not to let the flywheel rotate backwards. I'm planning on setting the valves to within spec, but thought I would ask in case there is some bike specific reason why they are so far out. Thanks guys, Mike
  6. What's up fellas, So I have a 2003 BRP, from what I can tell, the resale value of the bike is anywhere between $2,500-3,500. The bike is in good condition - runs well, been taken care of in terms of maintenance, no leaks.. etc. It is not set up for street use and is mostly stock aside from Big Gun exhaust and having the "uncorked" mod, which allows for greater air intake and performance. I'm looking for your guys' suggestions and opinions in terms of additional modification to the bike that would allow for the greatest resale value (i.e. what will buyers want to see). Thanks in advance, I appreciate the advice.
  7. RENO, NV – February 16, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – New, four-person Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX side-by-side vehicle redefines family adventure with its levels of comfort, control and performance. BRP (TSX: DOO) unveiled a new four-person flagship Maverick X3 MAX side-by-side vehicle tonight in Reno, Nevada, furthering its push to reshape the super sport market segment. The game-changing Maverick X3 MAX vehicle features the same sophisticated blend of defiant design, precision handling and exceptional power the two-seat Maverick X3 vehicle delivers, but also presents new levels of comfort and control to the multi-passenger segment of the off-road market. The Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX side-by-side vehicle delivers new levels of performance to the four-person off-road experience. © BRP 2017 The two-seat Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicle has established itself as one of the off-road industry’s most appealing off-road vehicles from its initial launch. It has received high praise and elite recognition from the press, earned victories on the most famous race tracks and is more and more chosen by the off-road enthusiasts, further proving its performance and elevating the showroom experience for customers and dealers alike. “The 2017 Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX side-by-side vehicle builds upon the industry-altering advancements achieved with the two-seat Maverick X3 unveiled last year by delivering new levels of performance, handling and passenger comfort to the four-seat segment of the market,” explained Anne-Marie LaBerge, senior vice president, Global Brands, Marketing and Communications at BRP. “It positions Can-Am to meet market demands for a clear leader in the four-person sport segment and adheres to our forward-thinking approach when it comes to innovation, design and refining the consumer experience.” DEFIANT The all-new Maverick X3 MAX side-by-side vehicle goes all-out in delivering its own blend of off-road dynamism for multiple passengers. The extremely bold Can-Am character and Maverick X3 family DNA is instantly enhanced with the expanded and spacious Ergo-Lok cockpit and longer chassis. All four seats in the Maverick X3 MAX vehicle are on the same level, giving every passenger a similar experience while seated low in the cockpit. All four Ergoprint seats are four-way adjustable to accommodate a wide variety of passengers, enhance comfort and better connect each occupant with the vehicle. The rear seats have 2” (5.1 cm) of height adjustment and up to 4” (10.2 cm) of forward adjustment. The rear passenger space also has up to 18% more seat pitch than the closest industry competitor for ample legroom. Full rear quarter doors and strategically placed passenger grab handles and footrests further enrich passenger ergonomics and comfort. PRECISE The Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX vehicle leads its class with a high-performance, trophy-truck-inspired 4-link TTX rear suspension and recalibrated, premium FOX shocks supplying 22” (55.9 cm) of rear travel (Maverick X3 MAX X rs). Front arched A-arms provide up to 14” (35.6. cm) of ground clearance, while a full HMW (high-molecular weight) skid plate protects the underside of the vehicle. A high-rigidity chassis, made from fully welded DP980 steel, delivers precise handling, stiffer torsion and exceptional strength. The Maverick X3 MAX vehicle has a 135” (342.9 cm) wheelbase that is 15% longer (18”) than the closest competition for enhanced off-road confidence at higher speeds and additional room for both rear passengers. A quick-ratio steering system, next generation Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering, selectable driving modes and intelligent throttle control (iTC) contribute to the Maverick X3 MAX side-by-side vehicle’s and enhanced high-speed control. Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 tires, up to 30” (76.2 cm) in size, provide superior grip, while large 262mm front disc brakes provide ample stopping performance. POWERFUL The Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX side-by-side vehicle’s 154-HP turbocharged and intercooled inline triple-cylinder Rotax ACE engine offers immediate and impressive power delivery and an all-out adrenaline-filled performance experience. Three dedicated air intakes, placed high and dry, are combined with a premium, high-flow exhaust to create advanced airflow dynamics and a signature sound. An efficient, high-response QRS-X CVT transmission is calibrated to virtually eliminate turbo lag and enhance throttle response. Paired with the precision-engineered airflow system, the Maverick X3 MAX vehicle receives advanced cooling properties to maintain optimal performance levels at all times. The Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX family, includes three available packages: The Maverick X3 MAX and Maverick X3 MAX X ds vehicles are 64” (162.5 cm) wide, while the game-changing 72” (182.9 cm) wide Maverick X3 MAX X rs package presents two painted color options as well as 22” (55.9 cm) of class-leading suspension travel coupled with its fully adjustable FOX 3.0 Podium RC2 bypass shocks. Can-Am Accessories The Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX vehicle is designed in tandem with hundreds of genuine Can-Am accessories to deliver industry-leading fitment, improved convenience and enhanced performance. Exclusive accessory collaborations with established aftermarket companies have also been strategically developed to enrich the ownership experience by offering advanced customization options and new levels of comfort. The co-branded accessories were specifically developed for the Maverick X3 and Maverick X3 MAX lineups. About BRP BRP (TSX: DOO) is a global leader in the design, development, manufacturing, distribution and marketing of powersports vehicles and propulsion systems. Its portfolio includes Ski-Doo and Lynx snowmobiles, Sea-Doo watercraft, Can-Am all-terrain and side-by-side vehicles, Can-Am Spyder roadsters, Evinrude and Rotax marine propulsion systems as well as Rotax engines for karts, motorcycles and recreational aircraft. BRP supports its line of products with a dedicated parts, accessories and clothing business. With annual sales of over CA$3.8 billion from over 100 countries, the Company employs approximately 7,900 people worldwide. www.brp.com @BRPnews Source: Bombardier Recreational Products Inc.
  8. Hey there, So I've been doing a bunch of stuff which all started when I purchased a used Scott's damper for 'cheap'. One of the most expensive things I've ever bought for the DRZ it turns out since it snowballed into about $1000 of other stuff... Anyhow, I got the BRP top clamp for my 400s, submount kit, blah blah... All went well but the dash doesn't clear. Called BRP, there is no spacer kit from them or Scotts. OK, spaced it myself, but now the speedo drive doesn't properly reach and the headlight cowl doesn't fit. I'm thinking it needs to go down and not just back. Or I need to get an aftermarket speedo and lose the drive cable. Anyone have pictures of how they made this work? Thanks!
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