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  1. Hello fellow riders. there is a trend that i see with Japanese brands which is they love to use same parts or designs on different bikes even from different manufacturers. Which in the end works for us customers. We can find same parts cheaper or more avaible but labeled for another bike. Esspecially in markets where DRZs are rare and/or discontinued (Europe etc) Also for bearings seals and o-rings. most of them are off the shelf products. i like to buy my parts from reputable manufacturers like skf-koyo-ariete when you buy those as a "kit" from a company that doesnt produce any of that stuff you often pay for package than product itself and theyre mostly inferior. So i will try to list the parts that i know compatible with drz400 and if you can chime in on this post with your knowledge i will add those as well. DRZ400SM --------------- -Front forks: Looks like same unit as on honda CR and suzuki rmz bikes (maybe sm travel is shorter) but i think fork internal spares are compatible. (Need confirmation on fork covers, not sure bottom lugs are same with every bike uses this shock. its near impossible to find fork covers for drz even in aftermarket plastics kits) Ariete"Ari" Seals 2007 ARI.117 size and model: DC4Y - 48 X 58,2 X 8,5/10,5 prtno. 51153-28H30 2007 ARI.126 size and model: Y-1 - 48 X 58,5/62 X 6/11,5 prtno. 51173-28H30 (Dust seal for ARI.117) 2005-2006 ARI.105 size and model: TC4 - 47 X 58 X 10 prtno. 51153-37F80 2005-2006 ARI.106 size and model: SG5 - 47 X 58,5/62 X 6/10,3 prtno. 51173-37F80 (Dust seal for ARI.105) (not sure if drz went to 48mm forks on 2007. tc4 model has one steel spring where as dc4y has 2, also different design on sealing surfaces. i assume its for choice of fork sticktion vs sealing power. Im attaching catalogue.) SKF seals Kit47S Kit47SHD (labeled as "Heavy Duty") SKF Mud Scrapers MS 47S Bushings SKTE/TI 47S -Front brake disc Same hole pattern as Yamaha wr and yz lines of bikes -Front brake pads: Theese exact calipers and pad design used all across dirtbikes from japan and even on gasgas and beta bikes.(too many to list) EBC FA185R for sintered or FA185X for carbon pads (thats the brand that i use you may contribute with other brands part number as well) -Front brake caliper rebuild kits for pretty much all Japanese dirt bikes of the era, can be further detailed. Rm125 Rm250 Rmz450 Rmx450 (2011-2017) dr650 are the ones for suzuki -Front master cylinder: "Road" type master cylinder with bigger reservoir than most dirt bikes. suzuki part fiche shows it has the same piston as intruder1400 cruiser and dr 125 and dr350 bikes -Radiator Louver Same with rm125(till 2008) and rm250 (till 2005) range can be more than that. checking on european resources. -Rear shock S and SM units have different part number. probably sm has shorter travel. since parts fiche doesnt show any inner parts cant confirm suzuki-wide compatibility. But its a pretty wide spread shock produced by showa and used on many bikes arround (with different lenghts of travel and valving etc) Needs more info on bushings and seals and o-rings. -Rear Sprocket Same bolt pattern as rmz ones. -Front sprocket Needs more info -Bearings Steering stem bearings: same across most Suzuki dirt bikes from 1991 to 2019 (specs are welcome to make it easier to find bearings from other manufacturers like skf) Engine bearings: (needs further info. while some bearings are standart off the shelf products some of them are produced just for suzuki with 1milimeters of difference than standart sized ones. thus fitting anything other than oem impossible. size info needed for standard bearings. Swing arm and wheel bearings: As most of us know drz sm uses old rm125 and rm250 swingarm. Thus shares bearings bushings and spacers. Detailed sizing info needed for aftermarket bearing compatibility. (same with wheel bearings) -Seals & O-rings Countershaft seal: 30x40x6mm Countershaft bushing o-ring: D:2.5,ID:21 Catalogs guides charts and manuals for drz : https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HtnVHyxvNvFAG_MEUJwffJwJThD-AIVn Contribitions are more than welcome !! have a good day and ride safe
  2. Would a 1997 XR250 fuel tank fit a 2003 XR250?
  3. Was wondering if anyone has ran across an aftermarket oversized crankcase cover to increase the amount of oil on a CRF450r? I am a desert rider but I had this 450r given to me by my son in law because it was too fast for him. It only holds about a quart of oil which is a huge concern to me when I'm out in the middle of nowhere 30 miles from camp. I assume that more oil would be a good thing but maybe there's something I don't know regarding the lubrication system on this bike? I will say it is one fast mofo. Seriously thinking of getting an AMA number and riding the old man class next year. Any and all suggestions and comments welcome. Thanks in advance. TL
  4. Hello fellow thumpers,👍 I got a question for y'all. So basically I am not very smart and forgot to tighten my sprocket on my 2010 crf250r. This ended terribly as my back hub is now mangled, and my swingarm is ripped apart. Also, since I didn't have my riding boots or pants on, my chain whip lashed into my leg and created a 4 inch deep gash in my Achilles. So while waiting for my leg to get sewn back together, I need to prep my bike for some ass-whooping again. What I needed to know from you guys is what year swingarms are compatible with my bike; I don't feel like buying a new swing arm because they are expensive.🤦
  5. Hey guys, just wondering what the compatibility on fork guards is like throughout be the years! I have 2002 250 EXC USD fork model and i want to fit some of the newer wrap-around fork guards like so:
  6. Hi there, I have a 1999 yz250 rear shock that is completely stuffed. Rebuilding it is not an option. What other years rear shocks are compatible with it? And are other models compatible such as the yzf 250 and 450? Cheers.
  7. Hello! I just bought a 1996 Husky WR 250. The pipe is pretty busted and I can't find a new one (apart from brand new pipes for many moneys). So I was wondering if a used pipe from another brand would fit well enough? Thanks in advance
  8. I messed up bad. I was looking at a couple jugs on eBay. I accidentally bought the wrong one! Didn’t realize until after I paid? so now I own a 92 cylinder for a 95 case. I have 6 children and can not afford this mistake! Please tell me how to make it work. The whole power valve assembly is different. I’ll buy the head too if it’ll work. 2 coolant ports too! Uhhghhhh.
  9. Hi, I have an EXC 520 2002 with a leaking tank due to a crash. Does anyone know If I can fit a SX tank on it? And If it does, can I use the EXC shrouds? Thanks
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