kunstmol's 2002 Kawasaki KLR 650

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Info: Note: trimmed front fender.
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Info: Note: trimmed fender and oversize front brake rotor ( happy Trails)
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Info: All that is required for this upgrade is the rotor and the orange caliper bracket . the caliper and pads are stock.
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Info: This is a simple mod but very effective. If the bike has been sitting in the rain, these two spots gather water. You dry up the seat, sit down, stand up the bike and the inside of your right leg gets ...
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Info: Fun with Photoshop
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Info: I know, more photoshop hacking but this is what I'm planning.....
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Info: Spray Lakes AB.
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Purchased: Oct 2004
Sold: May 2008
Information: This was my 2002 KLR 650. I made a few mods since it came into my posession. I installed a GPS mount to the right of the instrument cluster and an aircraft altimeter out of a convair 640 on the left side. . the altimeter blew up, couldn''t take the vibrations. it was kinda useless anyway. On the back I built a lockable trunk. Itīs made of two milk crates as you can see, It can just hold my helmet, is strong as hell, cost nothing to make (the covering material came from an old suitcase) and doubles as a centerstand when needed. The tires are a mix of street oriented on the front and dirt oriented on the back. this works great since the front tire is the most important on the road and the back is critical on the dirt. I installed a rear shock protector ahead of the rear tire. high tech as always. Itīs cut from a windshield washer jug and wired to the upper fender with stainless wire. I have removed the altimeter since it could not stand the vibration and broke. I also replaced the funky hinged windshield with the factory tall windshield which works very nice, thank you. the milkcrate is still going strong. I get razzed about it but it works. I added a couple of bicicle soft bags to the sides of it which increases capacity. 2007..Two new mods to the KLR.. I trimmed the sides of the front fender which makes the bike a lot more stable in gusty conditions. The difference is quite noticable. I installed the larger diameter front brake rotor from Happy Trails. I''m very happy with the increased braking performance. I would not bother spending money on the braided hose and fancy brake pads. the larger disc does the trick. Looks better too. I replaced the cheap, vibrating stock mirrors with a pair off a Suzuki SV 650. I should have replaced those miserable pieces of junk when I first bought the bike. What a difference. I can actually make out what''s behind me now. May1 2008, I just traded in the KLR for a Ducati Multistrada 620. I miss the old bike but I love the Duc.

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