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    Guess motorcycles, atvs, dirt bikes, and mountain bikes are going to fall under OSR now?


    '17 Beta 250RR

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    '09 Husky 125, bored/stroked to 177. The little bike that could

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    Santa Cruz 5010 v1

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    00 Excursion - Cummins 12V/NV4500, 05+ coil suspension
    ​​​54 International R112 - 2JZ

    #2
    My 88 lt500.
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      #3
      Here is my junk....

      16 KTM 350 EXC-F
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      And my soon to be finished 2019 Honda Talon 1000R short course car.
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        #4
        I have to share mine sometimes
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          #5
          F


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            #6
            2001 KX500 Last of the 500 2 strokes. Don't get it out to ride as much as I would like, but it puts a big smile on my face every time I tak it out.



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              #7
              KTM 690, really like having the electric start over my XR650Rs I had. Even selling both of them didn't caver the price of the KTM.

              Kinda annoyed that a new 11K bike needs a new exhaust and quite a few mods to get it up to snuff. I guess that is just the way it is with dirtbikes now.
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                #8
                Just a mountain bike for me. Might upgrade to a full suspension again
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                  #9
                  2013 yamaha fz8
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by aron82 View Post
                    Kinda annoyed that a new 11K bike needs a new exhaust and quite a few mods to get it up to snuff.
                    Why does it need an exhaust and mods to be up to snuff, what's your comparison? My 350 EXC-F was leaps and bounds better out of the box than any of the comparable offering by the Japs. I put an exhaust and tuner on it just because I can't leave anything stock. It didn't actually need it though...

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by SLOWPOKE693 View Post

                      Why does it need an exhaust and mods to be up to snuff, what's your comparison? My 350 EXC-F was leaps and bounds better out of the box than any of the comparable offering by the Japs. I put an exhaust and tuner on it just because I can't leave anything stock. It didn't actually need it though...
                      The exhaust on the 690 runs super hot, right next to the fuel tank. Going to the wings or Acro exhaust cuts the heat significantly and looses probably 10 lbs, if I remember right.
                      The headlight sucks if you try to ride at highway speed at night swapped to a baja designs unit, 3X the output. Steering stabilizer, which wasn't 100% necessary.
                      Rear subframe bolts, which are necessary. Revised fuel cap to replace the weird inset factory one, which will get dust and mud in the tank.
                      Ausi air filter to correct the poor airbox design. Lower temp thermostat switch to turn on the fan earlier. Seat concepts seat over the factory 2x4. All of which are necessary.

                      Also added some guards, skid plates revised shift and brake levers. ditched the factory dual mirrors, they sucked for a better single mirror.

                      There is still no real competition for the 690 the Japanese 650 are all ancient designs with low power and too much weight. They are also a lot cheaper.

                      The KTMs are great bikes, they have developed and are filling a lot of market segments that the Japanese aren't even in.
                      I just think for the price that KTM charges it shouldn't need so much, but without a whole lot of competition I doubt it will change.
                      Don't regret buying the bike, nothing on the market compares to it and it rides great.

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                        #12
                        2017 KTM Duke 390, recently sold this one.


                        2018 Suzuki SV 650

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by A_G View Post
                          2013 yamaha fz8
                          Had a FZ09. Had to sell it. That thing was dumb. That thing was WAY too much power. After 30m of riding, I discovered I could no longer keep my dick in my pants.


                          Current rides:

                          DR650 nicely done up currently with split cases



                          GSX650F I just picked up a few weeks ago:


                          The GSX is fantastic. Did a little 100 miles on it today. Came with all the luggage, race pipe, Sargent seat, bar risers, and Ohlins suspension. 7k miles. Short money too.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by woods View Post

                            Had a FZ09. Had to sell it. That thing was dumb. That thing was WAY too much power. After 30m of riding, I discovered I could no longer keep my dick in my pants.


                            Current rides:

                            DR650 nicely done up currently with split cases



                            GSX650F I just picked up a few weeks ago:


                            The GSX is fantastic. Did a little 100 miles on it today. Came with all the luggage, race pipe, Sargent seat, bar risers, and Ohlins suspension. 7k miles. Short money too.
                            Stock fz09 had way more torque ...my 8 is fairly modified but I do track days on it ...

                            Been wanting a fjr so I can take trips with my dad. He's got a boulevard

                            Photos, me at Cota and my dads first of the year service
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                              #15
                              Also have 3 on road bikes since everyone else is posting theirs:
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                              Triumph Rocket III roadster. 2300CCs of smile inducing torque.
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                              Triumph Tiger Explorer XC, awesome all around bike for covering miles.
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                              Suzuki M109R, great cruiser.
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                              Wife's 950 Yamaha, she loves it, me not so much.
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