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[Discussion] DRZ 400 SM


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wah bro, that's a major shortchanged sia......n bery obvious.....which shop is that?

 

Am I going to be that dumb disclose this publicly in this forum? And have a lawyer's letter with my name on it from the shop?

 

And no its not that obvious... the difference in diameter of 10mm is not easily noticeable.

 

I was replacing the brake pads when I noticed the discrepancy on that bike. And no its not my bike.

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I think is normal for all 400cc bike....mine also the same......:)

 

>>> thanks for advice bro, had not been riding for more than 10 years, a bit outdated hehehe

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LC 125 - 1995

Aprilla RS 125 - 1998

Honda Civic EG9 - 1999

Mitsubishi Lancer CK4 - 2001

Nissan Sunny B14 - 2001

Nissan Primera - 2002

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yes, normal, the bigger CC you go, the bigger tuck sound u'll have....

 

>>> I see, thanks for the respond bro.

LC 125 - 1993

LC 125 - 1995

Aprilla RS 125 - 1998

Honda Civic EG9 - 1999

Mitsubishi Lancer CK4 - 2001

Nissan Sunny B14 - 2001

Nissan Primera - 2002

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hi guys...is it ok if i don start mi zee for about 5 days..?? cos i tot of riding to camp n i'll oni b booking out on fri..im booking in tmr nite..it helps if u guys cld give me a reply in a short time..

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hi guys...is it ok if i don start mi zee for about 5 days..?? cos i tot of riding to camp n i'll oni b booking out on fri..im booking in tmr nite..it helps if u guys cld give me a reply in a short time..

 

I ride my Husqvarna once a week.

 

I have ever not started the DRZ for 21 days... and it still starts. If your battery is in good condition.. it can hold its charge for quite a long while.

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ok..thank you so much for e quick reply...see u again soon at abboy..i was e one who came recently regarding mi spoilt meter..

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I ride my Husqvarna once a week.

 

I have ever not started the DRZ for 21 days... and it still starts. If your battery is in good condition.. it can hold its charge for quite a long while.

 

 

Sometime I go for oversea for about a month also never start....after came back from the trip and warm up....it take less than a minute to start the engine oredi...

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Anyone going down for this saturday event at SCAPE....maybe all the Zee can go there together....we can also meet each other and x-change ideal

Class 2B - 23 Sep 2008

Class 2A - 10 Nov 2009 Suzuki DRZSMK6 (DEC 09 - MAR 12)

Class 2 - 01 Feb 2011 Ducati Hypermotard 1100S (Mar 12 - Jan 16), Ducati Hypermotard 821 (Jan 16)

Class 3 - 06 Nov 1998

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It is ok to just pop by without registration rite? I don need the goodie bag, just wana say hi to fellow DRZ riders.

 

you can also join the convoy..

no registration needed, but the goodie bag is very worthwhile to have..

 

Any bros know where i can get Easton handlebar?

 

PM ET abt it..

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Just got my DRZ.

 

Issit good to change the stock horn to a louder horn? Like Hella brand? I find the stock horn abit soft.

 

Anybody can help?

 

And...any good handle grip? I know BMW is not bad and highly recommended for comfort, how about Pro Taper? Which shop selling?

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Just got my DRZ.

 

Issit good to change the stock horn to a louder horn? Like Hella brand? I find the stock horn abit soft.

 

Yes, its too soft. I chgd mine to hella. Good sound...

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there'll be a convoy by Supermoto.sg

visit there for details..

 

Anyway thanks. However Dont have an account so could not log in for detail

Class 2B - 23 Sep 2008

Class 2A - 10 Nov 2009 Suzuki DRZSMK6 (DEC 09 - MAR 12)

Class 2 - 01 Feb 2011 Ducati Hypermotard 1100S (Mar 12 - Jan 16), Ducati Hypermotard 821 (Jan 16)

Class 3 - 06 Nov 1998

Class 4 - 25 Feb 1999

Class 5 - 16 Dec 2008

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And...any good handle grip? I know BMW is not bad and highly recommended for comfort, how about Pro Taper? Which shop selling?

 

I'm using Pro Taper pillow grips. Overcrash brings in. http://supermoto.sg/topic/6722182/1/ Very comfortable without gloves, however it gets dirty easily and the compound rubber gets sticky after rain or exposure to morning dew. So wash it reguarly.

 

Edited for Typo: Due > Dew =p

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Also, jus wanna know any one using an arrow header wif delta end. Is it good to mix and match ur flow system?

Any comments?

 

My experience on Arrow/LV. No problems with flow as long as you re-jet after changing from a stock header. Sizeable improvement on performance but you sacrifice your F/C. Also, practice the 8th Core Value. Don't get caught.

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I'm using Pro Taper pillow grips. Overcrash brings in. http://supermoto.sg/topic/6722182/1/ Very comfortable without gloves, however it gets dirty easily and the compound rubber gets sticky after rain or exposure to morning due. So wash it reguarly.

 

Ok, thanks a lot. I was told by unique that to replace the grip on the throttle side, need to cut/slice the existing grip in order to slide in the new one, is that true? Or can I just replace it by replacing the stock with the new one?

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