Suzuki DR650 Short Way Round

Rubric: Suzuki | 29 May 2015 | Comments Off on Suzuki DR650 Short Way Round
Suzuki DR650 Short Way Round

Short Way Round Suzuki DR650 More photos in the ‘DR650 Preparation’ gallery – HERE Why a DR650? Replacing my F650 was an opportunity to take a slightly different approach and incorporate much of what I’ve learnt over the last 4 years. What have I learnt? Well, if you want to travel off the beaten track then weight is the key. My F650 took me to places I would never have believed possible prior to leaving home but at great expense to the chassis. A lighter bike and kit mean its gentler on its suspension so requires lighter springing which in turn puts less strain on surrounding components – at least that’s my theory. Lady P weighed 300kg + food water. I’m hoping the DR will ...

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First Ride: 2001 Suzuki DR-Z250 – Motorcycle…

Rubric: Suzuki | 24 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on First Ride: 2001 Suzuki DR-Z250 – Motorcycle…
First Ride: 2001 Suzuki DR-Z250 – Motorcycle…

First Ride: 2001 Suzuki DR-Z250 It has been raining almost non-stop here in Southern California lately (just look at the pictures in this article), but we couldn’t resist the chance to ride Suzuki’s new U.S. model DR-Z250. Suzuki’s DR-Z250 competes straight-up with Honda’s XR250R and Yamaha’s TT-R250 trail bikes. All three carry an U.S. MSRP of $4,699. Suzuki describes the DR-Z250 as a “ new 250cc four-stroke, off-road model with performance and features suitable for a wide range of riders “. In other words, a bike that a beginner or novice will be comfortable on, and that an experienced rider can enjoy. To be honest, I was skeptical about the DR-Z250′s ability to entertain ...

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Starting problems – Suzuki DR350 Wiki

Rubric: Suzuki | 9 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Starting problems – Suzuki DR350 Wiki
Starting problems – Suzuki DR350 Wiki

Starting problems Starting problems are very common on carbureted engines. This page contains a list of common problems and solutions. Compression Ignition Timing Correct fuel mixture Identifying the problem will save time and avoid unnecessary parts replacement. Contents Compression Edit The typical compression ratio is about 9.5:1, which results in a maximum compression of about 140 PSI at sea level. While a pressure gauge is the best way to determine if adequate compression is present, slowly turning the engine over will give an idea if there is a serious problem. With kick start models, leave the decompression lever disengaged and kick slowly . You should feel significant resistance, ...

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2007 Suzuki DR 200SE – Used 2007 DR 200 SE at Motorcyclist Magazine

Rubric: Suzuki | 21 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on 2007 Suzuki DR 200SE – Used 2007 DR 200 SE at Motorcyclist Magazine
2007 Suzuki DR 200SE – Used 2007 DR 200 SE at Motorcyclist Magazine

2007 DR 200SE 2007 Suzuki DR 200SE Introduced in 2006, the DR is a dual-sport motorcycle from Japanese automaker Suzuki. The 2007 Suzuki DR represents the second model year for the nameplate. The bike is divided into two models: the DR-200SE and the DR-650SE, named after their engine displacements of 199 (rounded up to 200) and 644 (rounded up to 650) cubic centimeters (cc), respectively. For the 2007 model year, Suzuki set the manufacturer’s suggested retail price at $3,949 for the 200SE and $5,099 for the 650SE. The 200SE model of the 2007 Suzuki DR is 84.6 inches long, 31.7 inches wide and 46.7 inches high, with a dry weight of 249 lbs. The 650SE, which is the bigger and heavier ...

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Jason carr’s mousepad DR650 – Suzuki dr650 dualsport enduro

Rubric: Suzuki | 16 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Jason carr’s mousepad DR650 – Suzuki dr650 dualsport enduro
Jason carr’s mousepad DR650 – Suzuki dr650 dualsport enduro

2006 Suzuki DR650 dual sport thumper Motorcycle sales are dominated by cruisers (50-75% of total sales, depending on who you believe). Dualsports are a tiny minority, something like 3% of all motorcycle sales. I can ride for a month and not physically see a DS bike other than my own, and I usually go for several months between actually seeing one running on the streets. I don’t know why they are so overlooked. DS bikes are swiss army knife bikes, tons of fun and cheap to run. I don’t know why they don’t dominate the market. Maybe they are too goofy looking. bike + GPS I have used a blue Garmin Legend, a yellow Venture CX and a 60cx. on a Garmin handlebar mount that was presumably ...

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