2007 Suzuki DR 650SE Reviews, Prices, and Specs

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Suzuki DR 650 SE
Suzuki DR 650 SE

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DR650 is what you make it.

By Grey(Owner), Oct. 2, 2008

The DR 650 is not a great highway cruiser but it is good. The DR out powers all other 650 singles but lacks a windscreen can wear you out on long rides. The of not having a windscreen is that is no wind buffeting and more air is to cool you of. f on hot days. The DR will run at a 75 mph (83 indicated) but fuel consumption increases at these speeds.

Under normal mixed I average 48 mpg. On the freeway I averaged between 36 and 40 mpg.

In town the DR shines. It is very and handles well. I rarely to slow down much for Potholes and curbs are handled ease. With another 10 hp it be a serious blast.


The DR runs good on forest Problems do show up on rocky 4wd and mud, especially in steep Gearing on the DR is a bit high and low speed is an exercise in clutch use. In the mud and the weight of the DR becomes apparent Not nearly as bad as an adventure tourer but you do quickly that it is no trail

The DR can handle novice singletrack but if obstacles start appearing around quick.


complain that the seat is too I have a Corbin and find it marginally better. Ergonomics are for an average sized rider but riders can feel cramped.

The bike is an excellent option for folk due to the adjustable suspension. is little wind protection but I enjoy riding the bike.

Suzuki DR 650 SE
Suzuki DR 650 SE

As stated in the title the DR is extremely There are an endless number of available to make the DR better for the street or dirt. Limit engine modifications to a jet kit and exhaust if you more power.

No matter you do, the DR will never have as horsepower as a 450 enduro.

Several windscreens are available but I found one I like. Most too narrow and cause severe

To extend your range are fuel tank options 4 to 9 gallons. The most popular seems to be the 5 gallon IMS. I the 9 + gallon Aqualine Safari The Safari is a fine tank but is for most. The biggest issue I with the tank is that the supply can stop due to an air lock in the line with both open.

Best to just leave one on and periodically equalize the tank by opening the other petcock the tank gets low when the gets low. I would get the IMS if I had to do it

Money is best spent the suspension. Heavier fork with a Race Tech Valve Emulator is a must up In the rear I have a fully custom shock from Dynamics.

The result is a much controlled ride.

Suzuki DR 650 SE
Suzuki DR 650 SE
Suzuki DR 650 SE
Suzuki DR 650 SE
Suzuki DR 650 SE
Suzuki DR 650 SE
Suzuki DR 650 SE

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