thats cool./images/icons/cool.gifI watched some motard racing at the AMA races yesterday.If you wanna see some serious backing it in watch a motard race.
I bet you could kick some ass in the tight twisties with that thing.
<font color=red>Whatcha doin?</font color=red> Chewin Chocolate<font color=red>Where'd you get it?</font color=red>doggie dropped it
i went to a trackday last summer and one of those KICKED MY ASS everywhere (except the straights /images/icons/smile.gif where all that work in the twisties had to be re-done on the next lap) (actually, i'm not that much of an a$$. i let him, and 20 other bikes, pass /images/icons/wink.gif )
i thought it was a dirt bike with slicks. i thought the opposite leaning in the corners was kinda cool.
u lucky dog!! i've been trying to talk my hubby into lettin me do the same thing to my DR350. he wasn't crazy about the idea. i bet it'll be a hoot on the street. i know i took my DR through deal's gap one night, with knobbies, and i SWEAR i was going faster thru there than with my streetbike.
maybe that's what i'll do for my next bike. i was lookin at 1 liter duc eaters, but a dr650 supermotard sounds better. did you do the work yourself? if so, how hard/expensive if ya dont mind me asking... DR650s can be found so cheap used...
I did It myself,but needed some help on building new rear axle and sprocket,as well as adapting bearings on the front,but It´s not a very hard job.
I´ve spent about 25% of the bike´s value,taking mostly used parts.