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Lets hear from the supermoto'ers!!

Where are the supermoto heads? Let's hear about your trials!(and if you want to admit it, your errors) mods? Adjustments? Pics?

I have an '08 Drz400s that I've converted to a supermoto, and I've put around 14,000 miles on it so far and still going strong

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Not much here, Thumpertalk.com is more for us DRZ owners.

I picked up an S models a month ago, I wish supermoto wheels weren't so expensive for the odd time I'd use them.

DRZ is fun in the mud though

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here is my toy

440 BB, FCR39MX, Hotcams, one piece head valves, 10.5k rpm E model CDI, kickstart, rebuilt suspension, FTE radial brakes with Brembo caliper and some other junk



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Not much here, Thumpertalk.com is more for us DRZ owners.

I picked up an S models a month ago, I wish supermoto wheels weren't so expensive for the odd time I'd use them.

DRZ is fun in the mud though
You can lace up supermoto hoops on stock wheels for fairly cheap, that's what mine are

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440 BB, FCR39MX, Hotcams, one piece head valves, 10.5k rpm E model CDI, kickstart, rebuilt suspension, FTE radial brakes with Brembo caliper and some other junk
Niiicccee!!! That's a pretty sweet machine!!! I still looking for a fcr carb and e model header for a reasonable price

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Was thinking about looking into the cams from the LTZ400....?

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Was thinking about looking into the cams from the LTZ400....?
FCR really woke the bike up. If you are looking to mod, make it your #1.
Just be careful when buying used fcr, too many horror stories out there.
A lot of ppl don't know how to maintain them and ruin them by cleaning it like regular car carbs.
Mods do cost money but I think it's still pretty amazing how you can almost double DRZ's stock HP for around $1k.
I wouldn't go for E header pipe. You can find full used yoshi or MRD exhaust for around $200.
Also look for a set of E cams.

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FCR really woke the bike up. If you are looking to mod, make it your #1.
Just be careful when buying used fcr, too many horror stories out there.
A lot of ppl don't know how to maintain them and ruin them by cleaning it like regular car carbs.
Mods do cost money but I think it's still pretty amazing how you can almost double DRZ's stock HP for around $1k.
I wouldn't go for E header pipe. You can find full used yoshi or MRD exhaust for around $200.
Also look for a set of E cams.
Hey thanks for the adviso! What makes the fcr so much different for cleaning?

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You can lace up supermoto hoops on stock wheels for fairly cheap, that's what mine are
Yeah I need both sets though, I'll have to keep my eye out..gas prices are going really high here so It may be worth it.


and zaq, I'm jealous you have an FCR carb, It's on my list though. Did you get the kickstart kit from procycle.us? easy install? I've been thinking it would be a nice backup starter option instead of relying on the weak starter system the drz has.

although I'm sure you guys know, and you ride motards so it wouldn't be as screwed up as mine.

Lube the rear shock cushion bearings, Seriously mine were screwed and completely dry since the previous owner never lubed them. Where the cushion connects to the frame, the bolt on mine is completely rusted solid and won't budge, and it's well known on the drz's to have this problem.

It's a PITA, I've replaced all mine except for where it connects to the frame, that'll have to wait till winter

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Hey thanks for the adviso! What makes the fcr so much different for cleaning?
FCR consists from two halves and has a gasket in between which get dissolved by the carb cleaner. That gasket is not sold separately. If submerged in any cleaner, FCR is a door stopper.

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FCR consists from two halves and has a gasket in between which get dissolved by the carb cleaner. That gasket is not sold separately. If submerged in any cleaner, FCR is a door stopper.
Yikes! Thanks for that juicy peice on the fcr,if I find one I'll have to check for that

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Yeah I need both sets though, I'll have to keep my eye out..gas prices are going really high here so It may be worth it.

and zaq, I'm jealous you have an FCR carb, It's on my list though. Did you get the kickstart kit from procycle.us? easy install? I've been thinking it would be a nice backup starter option instead of relying on the weak starter system the drz has.

although I'm sure you guys know, and you ride motards so it wouldn't be as screwed up as mine.

Lube the rear shock cushion bearings, Seriously mine were screwed and completely dry since the previous owner never lubed them. Where the cushion connects to the frame, the bolt on mine is completely rusted solid and won't budge, and it's well known on the drz's to have this problem.

It's a PITA, I've replaced all mine except for where it connects to the frame, that'll have to wait till winter
Thanks for the warning, but I've already replaced every bolt I can with stainless including that one, It never sees mud, I never leave it wet, and it gets ritual bathings with WD-40, she's my baby girl.....don't laugh:-)

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ridden a drz here and there... man they are fun.

FCR and opening up the airbox is IMO a must.

i got an FCR on my crf250x stock.... with proper jetting and a wired AP, throttle response is just stupid, completely instant. I cant imagine on a drz with a big bore like zaq's that just sounds like so much hooligan fun!

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Damn. Now i miss my drz-e...
Wish i cuda kept her.

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Had an XR250R that I plated, install an oversized front brake and spooned on some Maxxis Pro-Maxx's. That little bike was a blast! Sold it to a guy in Sweden.

I also setup my CRF150F for Supermoto....it's amazing how much fun 12 horsepower can be and it really teaches the importance of good line selection and carrying your momentum. I love giving the guys on big bikes crap in the dirt sections!

I also have a brand new 09' YZ450F (far right in photo) waiting in the wings to be converted to SM....I have all the parts...I just need time!
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and zaq, I'm jealous you have an FCR carb, It's on my list though. Did you get the kickstart kit from procycle.us? easy install? I've been thinking it would be a nice backup starter option instead of relying on the weak starter system the drz has.
I don't remember where I got it, maybe ebay? It's been awhile. Install was pretty easy. If you didn't do your locktite fixes (I'm sure you're aware of them from TT), that would be good time to install the kickstart

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that 250 looks sweet. Nice little toy for sure.


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Had an XR250R that I plated, install an oversized front brake and spooned on some Maxxis Pro-Maxx's. That little bike was a blast! Sold it to a guy in Sweden.

I also setup my CRF150F for Supermoto....it's amazing how much fun 12 horsepower can be and it really teaches the importance of good line selection and carrying your momentum. I love giving the guys on big bikes crap in the dirt sections!

I also have a brand new 09' YZ450F (far right in photo) waiting in the wings to be converted to SM....I have all the parts...I just need time!

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I knew there was more supermoto addicts hiding here, love the bikes guys!

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.... last guy i talked to sued the dealer because his brand new sxv blew a head gasket at 4k miles....

The most fun to ride of all my bikes ... sadly, still not even broken in after almost a year. Still has under 50-miles on it! I need more time!

There were many issues with the first few years ... anything from front sprocket making it's own pathway to blowing motors. Most all issues were resolved by '09.

When properly de-corked and set-up ... stupid fun!!!! It makes you grin like a fool under your visor!

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yeah 550 is nice, 5 speed, 55-60hp out of the box that can be near 70 with some mods.
But freaking expensive plus parts availability is tough. Reliability is another issue. Maintenance schedule is pretty intense too.

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Ok, zaq, I'm fixin to put your infinite knowledge to test very soon, I respect you so be honest.....question to come...to many drinks right now, peace brother

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Ok, this might be a "duhh!" on my part but I'm gonna ask anyway, I have a 2005 LTZ400 and my bike is the 2008 DRZ400s, for the most part identical motors, but the LTZ totally has way more nuts and better throttle response than the Drz, I don't get it! What gives??? I need answers please!(:banghead)

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It's hard to compare two, atv and bike. Yes, almost the same motors, Ltz is a little lighter, drz has a couple of more hp. Ltz totally different gearbox + reverse. Is your Ltz stock? Maybe your drz needs some adjustments: throttle cables, carb, proper jetting. Did you get your drz used? If so, did you do the leak down test to make sure you dont loose power through leaky rings, in ex valves?

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Invest in fcr carb. You'll be pleasantly surprised. R u running sm setup? BB, fcr, cams, exhaust and proper fcr jetting and you'll be giving that aprilia run for its money. For half it's price.

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Sweet thanks zaq I got got some stuff to run with now, the bike had .9 miles on it when I brought it home,

I just gonna have to bite the bullet and score an fcr, :-)

Ltz jetted with yoshi, it will outrun the Drz until she stretches her legs then it's all over!

Damn, those Fcr's are spendy!! :-$

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Sweet thanks zaq I got got some stuff to run with now, the bike had .9 miles on it when I brought it home,

I just gonna have to bite the bullet and score an fcr, :-)

Ltz jetted with yoshi, it will outrun the Drz until she stretches her legs then it's all over!

Damn, those Fcr's are spendy!! :-$
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Thanks for the advice zaq I really appricate it, is that Eddie S. from TT you speek of?

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Thanks for the advice zaq I really appricate it, is that Eddie S. from TT you speek of?
correct. Very nice guy. He did some work for me and his turn around time is unbelievable. I had the valve head done, valve seats cut, new valves,guides,seals,springs etc and shimmed in one day by him. It took longer for shipping there and back

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