greenbudman's 2005 Suzuki DR 650
Info: I purchased this beast on july 5th 2005. so far i'v put dunlop d606, front and back for the shoes. light speed fork gaurds (and still waiting for the damn front disk gaurd.). moose intertube pack that...
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Info: This is a pic of my DR 650 and a buddies XR650 when I first got it, barebones stock.
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Info: This one was taken after I put the gel seat( the one i hate and now never use), the skid plate and full exhaust.
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Info: This pic was taken on april fools day, In Harrison, OH U.S.A. The DR 650 in the foreground is mine while the Honda in the back belongs to a friend of mine.
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Photos: 5
Purchased: Jul 2005
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Information: UPDATE SEPT 2006 BIKE WAS WRECKED. FAILER TO YEILD RIGHT OF WAY DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF ME. I purchased this beast on July 5th 2005. so far I''ve put dunlop d606, front and back for the shoes. light speed fork guards (and still waiting for the damn front disk guard.). moose inner-tube pack that actually is being used as a place to put my wallet and other valuables while riding. I found a full exhaust on eBay called a CRD Exhaust... it came out of Australia and man it sounds great and really gives it that extra kick. k&n filter, dynojet kit and opened the top of the air box so it could breath. gel seat from Suzuki (feels great, looks like crap, so i don''t run it all the time). a longer sturdier rack for the back also from Suzuki. and finally a skid plate from utah sports cycle, its the best i could find because it covers everything. 0ooooooo and gel hand grips..... i think that''s it.... but I''m not done yet......stay tuned. SINCE THE WRECK. I''ve attached a new bag on the back for carrying things. works great. fork brace that really helps stabilizing the front end. you''ll find out that when you go to a more aggressive tire the front starts to shimmy at about 60 mph, with the fork brace I can now get up to 75mph with no noticeable shimmying of the front end. finally got my disk guard, had to change a few things to make it fit but it was definitely worth the wait and money. added a brake reservoir cap and oil cap strictly for bling (as the kids say). small windshield to kick the air over my head while driving on the highway, this shield is great, if you ride on the highway and your head gets jerked around a lot I suggest getting it.

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