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Old 12-25-2012, 12:47 PM   #103
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Originally Posted by Unclejimmy1 View Post
Jeff you been Spending a lot,of work on that KLR. I hope mine dose not need all that done to it,,,,
Doesn't look like a lot of work to me; looks like some curiosity satisfied and a bit of entertainment.

No KLR really "needs" this stuff *, but knowing what has been done before and knowing it's all clean for a new season is peace of mind for some of us (and unwelcome work for others). I think mine runs better with the KLX needle and whatever jet I eventually chose. (I'll open it up later this month and look -- just because.)

*Some riders will need the subframe bolts for heavier loads or harder landings.
Motorcycles are magical.

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