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will you be pimping it out to make it more like a super moto?
Or you going to leave it rugged looking ?




Yeah I heard they were bullet proof. One of the reasons for getting this model. We'll see. At the beach today there was a 30ft rooster tail out the back and a stupid grin at the front.
I'm getting a rack. For the bee hives, he he!
 

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i'm really curious to how the zero electric FX/FXS would stack up against this, on and off road...



How heavy is the drz ? the zero is 112/131kg (depending on if you get bigger battery or not)


I'm not going to lie my main attraction to electric moto is the ability to "fuel"by just plugging it into a socket at home; like a phone :p
 

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Bee related question, do you use any tech to monitor your bee hives ? temp sensors, humidity etc? Weight sensor to see how much honey a hive has or doesn't ?




It does look great. I love mine almost as much as my hornet 900. Goes like a shower of shit in the bush.
I found a nice launch on my way to check some bee hives today. I was working mind you. Just got a little distracted, a few times.
 

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That's pretty neat.



I wonder if people 3d print their hives? I'm sure you could get pretty fancy with the design.



No monitoring tech. I have considered remote camera tech. Other than the vehicles I'm pretty much doing it the same way it was done 200yrs ago. You get a good "feel" for it after a while. To really "feel" what's going on the best way is quietly open up the hive and have a look. Besides if the hives were remotely monitored I wouldn't have an excuse to flog about the bush on my DRZ!
I've recently been trying out some plastic hives. They don't rot.
 
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