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    Kawasaki klr650 forums

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    Most of what I've done, hasn't cost me much in terms of the KLR's road handling though. IMS Footpegs and shifter: I'll eventually need to order another, so you might want to order 2 to start with. Fit and finish of the IMS out of the box leaves something to be desired, but the thickness of the plastic trumps any aftermarket tank I've seen.

    Kawasaki klr650 forums

    Kawasaki klr650 forums

    Kawasaki klr650 forums

    Kawasaki klr650 forums

    Kawasaki klr650 forums

    Why I bought a Kawasaki KLR

    Discussion in ' Thumpers ' started by VascoMerlin , Aug 24, Log in or Join. Dismiss Notice Subscriptions are finally here! You can sign up to be a site supporter here. Free ADV gear for annual subscribers: VascoMerlin , Aug 24, Aug 15, Oddometer: Indian Mills, New Jersey. This thread is to be about what everyone has done with their klr. Besides the basic things like the doohickey What makes yours unique? What farkles did you like? For example progressive front fork springs new rear shock nerf bars highway bars different exhaust systems front fork bace stainless steel brake lines mm front rotor corbin seat or any after-market seat new handle bars different headlight new front fairing just anything you have worked on, did you like it, would you have done it differently?

    Chronus24 , Aug 24, Jul 9, Oddometer: I think one of the best mods for the money was bar end vibration dampers.

    Kawasaki klr650 forums

    Combined with a windshield-ectomy, it made high speed cruising infinately more tolerable. Knobs for the dirty stuff - They do better on the pavement than street tires to in the dirt. I think it is just an increase in noise. It is about time to repack them anyway. Progressive springs - I don't weigh a real lot but they do make a difference. Not the first thing that needs to be done but if you have money burning a hole in your pocket, why not? I believe the fork brace can do as much harm as good.

    I understand that it will definately change the handling of the bike, but I am not convinced that a KLR with stiffer forks is a better KLR. I would like to hear more opinions on this matter as I haven't ridden a KLR with the brace. Maybe I will fork no pun intended out the money just for an experiment.

    Kawasaki klr650 forums

    Hayduke , Aug 24, Jun 8, Oddometer: I'm a poormofo so I put on pegs from a DR The best mod I've done. Now I can stand and ride in the dirt securely, wet or dry DMZ , Aug 24, May 18, Oddometer: Dec 24, Oddometer: I love this mod.

    Hannda , Aug 25, Apr 27, Oddometer: Not yet far enough away from town. Beyond the Doohickey, my mods have been: I'm hoping that carpul tunnel surgery will enable me to never need to deal with this nagging problem again. Sep 28, Oddometer: The great thing about this is everyone has different needs.

    Also have 82, miles on same filter! Oct 4, Oddometer: Hmmm, KLR mods, I know a few things about those As you'll see from my list, I've definitely leaned toward a more dirt oriented setup for the KLR.

    Kawasaki klr650 forums

    Most of what I've done, hasn't cost me much in terms of the KLR's road handling though. I bought the bike from a guy setting it up for a Baja trip that never happened. It's a model that had a lot of the aftermarket on it already, and only miles! I've now got just show of 3K on it and added a few things of my own.

    Progressive Rear Shock and Front Springs: The stock suspension on the KLR is adequate for highway and light trail, but is pretty horrible for the typical Advrider!

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