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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfoxllb View Post
    the complete kit from Suzuki

    Suzuki UK? Have you the kit part number?
    What sort of money is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfoxllb View Post
    I'm just going to look at it
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    .......and then flog it to me........

    Don't even consider getting it dirty.....I won't sleep.....One lovely bike.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timpo View Post
    Suzuki UK? Have you the kit part number?
    What sort of money is it?
    just under £300






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    Last round of detailing pics...I think














































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    Ready to put in the bubble.........
    Why so serious ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davy F View Post
    Ready to put in the bubble.........
    It's inevitable

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    Fair play fella, you have built a nice little bike there....very very capable touring bike, ideal for national roads and gravel trails.
    What final drive gearing are you going to run?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfoxllb View Post
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    Are you thinking about a Keihin FCR carb and removal of the secondary air system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timpo View Post
    Are you thinking about a Keihin FCR carb and removal of the secondary air system?
    Tell me more....

    Easy mod?

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    Hi again john, what capacity is your scissor lift ? been looking for one but the Seeley etc always come out as not quite gutsy enough. You know 300lb when the bike weighs 320lb.
    Its not like it used to be on here is it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noddy View Post
    Hi again john, what capacity is your scissor lift ? been looking for one but the Seeley etc always come out as not quite gutsy enough. You know 300lb when the bike weighs 320lb.
    It's one of these. Made by Constands. Lifts the DRZ no problem. There is a version without wheels and that might be a better option because with wheels it raises the minimum height and getting the bike onto it
    takes some effort.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Motocross-...item5b171c47c3

    I'm thinking one of these might be better:

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Motocross-...item5b0e3b2967

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfoxllb View Post
    It's one of these. Made by Constands. Lifts the DRZ no problem. There is a version without wheels and that might be a better option because with wheels it raises the minimum height and getting the bike onto it takes some effort.

    I'm thinking one of these might be better:

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Motocross-...item5b0e3b2967
    NO, No, no, not one of them, they are brilliant for a light weight trials bike. I have one but its only of use to lift the back end to spray the chain. Its bent and distorted from lifting the DRZ. Will post a photo in the daylight.
    Its not like it used to be on here is it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noddy View Post
    NO, No, no, not one of them, they are brilliant for a light weight trials bike. I have one but its only of use to lift the back end to spray the chain. Its bent and distorted from lifting the DRZ. Will post a photo in the daylight.
    Ok, good advice, thanks.

    Back to the drawing board!

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    That's a beauty......

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    I am considering a DRZ 400 but can anyone give any advice on which model to go for ? E ,or S ?
    What are the differences ?
    I want to go green laning on it.

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