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Old 04-22-2013, 03:19 PM   #76006
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I just finished uploading v1.1 to Google Play....

http://drriders.com/topic7903.html
This is a must-have tool for every DR650 owner. Every spec you could possibly need at the touch of your smartphone. Exploded views, wiring schematics, part numbers, even specs for Australian models, the UK and other countries.

http://drriders.com/topic7903.html

Thanks for putting it all together and offering it FREE!
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Old 04-22-2013, 03:43 PM   #76007
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Hi guys,

Anyone have any experience or at least an opinion on these things:
LED Handguard thingys - supposedly DR650 specific.
Looks a little blingy, and I'm really asking whether it would be a pain in the ass to actually connect them. Also, people suggest any other handguards for the DR? The selection on ebay is small, at least when you search model specific.

Thanks,

Chris
Trackside (at Cycle Gear) or Tusk offer inexpensive handguards with shields. You can stick 4" flexible adhesive amber LED strips on those. I find the LED strips at Autozone and Advance Autoparts. Cycle Gear sells adapters to attach signals with bullet connectors to the stock DR harness without any splicing/cutting/crimping.
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Old 04-22-2013, 03:55 PM   #76008
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^^^from 3/14/2013^^^

I really wish I could do this with lottery #'s

congrats
Ok Carnak the Great...

When, pray tell, will I have my first DR650 get off?
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Old 04-22-2013, 04:09 PM   #76009
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Our local O'Reilly Auto Parts stocks AGM batteries for the DR, the Deka/Superstart ETX9.

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My Deka battery has been good to me. I have one in the KTM that's got 2 full seasons on it without even ever seeing a charger/maintainer. I have some other brand of AGM battery that is starting it's second full season, (I had it for a season and a half so far) in the DR. I put that one on a maintainer, only because the DR doesn't have a kickstarter for back-up, like the KTM.
I've not used the Deka/Superstart batteries ... but based on so many positive reports here and elsewhere ... it WILL BE my next battery. I've only heard good things about Deka. Works for me.
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Old 04-22-2013, 04:34 PM   #76010
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I don't know why I am keeping it - after I got my bigger tank, I must've been delusional that I would ever put this back on... if you want a stock tank for a DR650 (mine is 2005) - blue - no dents, dings, or whatver - I even have the stock petcock to go with it since I replaced my petcock with a raptor...

Drop a line - $200 seems reasonable (plus shipping if you aren't picking up in the Bay Area).
$100 on a really really good day. White ones (the fastest color) seem to sell for a lot more.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/DR650-stock-...c9243c&vxp=mtr

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Suzuki-DR650...p2047675.l2557

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Suzuki-DR650...p2047675.l2557

http://www.ebay.com/itm/SUZUKI-DR-65...3dd182&vxp=mtr

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Suzuki-DR650...a5a2e0&vxp=mtr
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Old 04-22-2013, 04:51 PM   #76011
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Good group of riders out there! San Diego Adventure site looks great!

Man, conditions look dry as a chip there. You guys ready for your annual out of control fires? Keep an eye on those out of work fire bugs. Looks ripe for an arsonist.

How about a ride down to La Paz (and back) via Baja 1000 course? No trucks please. Lets see how those KTM's do on that ride!
SDAR is a great group. I've seen more territory riding with them in the past 5 years. Fires - worked the last 2 wildfires. No fun and hope we don't get it again ever.

KTM's - not "down" on any particular brand but 1 new 950SE blew a voltage regulator and I towed another 950SE with a bad fuel pump..on this ride! They definitely require attention.

I do love the simplicity of the DR, though. I got to the same place everyone else did & couldn't ride any bike to it's limits no matter what is was.

One of my primary riding buddies has a screen name of Bikeslut - cuz he has no brand loyalty. He's owned and ridden most everything.

I'm at the "it's all about the experience" stage of life with nothing to prove.
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Old 04-22-2013, 05:57 PM   #76012
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OK, I got my DR on the road with the new suspension from Cogent and some other new components this last Saturday. The suspension worked really good, the carb needs some attention. I will be ordering new jets, fuel mixture screw for this and give the carb a good cleaning. I need some advise on what jets to get. Here are the details; FMF Q4, and I left the snorkel out when I put the airbox back in. Thats it......so, I am looking for some good insight here on what to get ordered up (Pilot, Main, etc). Thanks in advance

Oh one more thing. I live in the Phoenix but I head north quite often and I will be heading to Colorado this year as well.
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:04 PM   #76013
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... I left the snorkel out when I put the airbox back in. Thats it......
Stock main, stock pilot, shim the needle up .030"
As long as you are not cutting open the airbox you don't need anything else.
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:09 PM   #76014
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Stock main, stock pilot, shim the needle up .030"
As long as you are not cutting open the airbox you don't need anything else.
Jeff, what is the stock main and pilot. I bought this bike recently (and have ordered many items from procycle recently) and I am sure the previous owner was in the carb and I am not sure what the stock sizes of jets are.

Now, if I was to open up the air box what jets should I use and I want to put the extended fuel mixture screw in. Does the kit on your site cover all jets? When looking at the picture, I did not see the pilot jet.
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:33 PM   #76015
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I've become what I hate...a throttle bliper! Help me stop the madness!

DR just started not wanting to idle down when coming to a stop. Quick blip of the throttle and it settles down. Thought throttle blade was sticking and figured after the first time that would be it. Nope. I even tried using the push/pull on the throttle and it wont idle down. Blip works every time... WTF?

Going to pull the carb off and give it a good cleaning. Any suggestions on a probable cause?

I swear I will sell the f*!@er if I have to blip the throttle all the time
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:40 PM   #76016
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Jeff, what is the stock main and pilot. I bought this bike recently (and have ordered many items from procycle recently) and I am sure the previous owner was in the carb and I am not sure what the stock sizes of jets are.

Now, if I was to open up the air box what jets should I use and I want to put the extended fuel mixture screw in. Does the kit on your site cover all jets? When looking at the picture, I did not see the pilot jet.
Main 140
Pilot 42.5

If you open up the airbox you need a jet kit because you have to change the needle to compensate for the loss in airbox restriction. The jet kit doesn't include a pilot jet. There has never been a need to run anything other than the stock pilot.
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:47 PM   #76017
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OK, I got my DR on the road with the new suspension from Cogent and some other new components this last Saturday. The suspension worked really good, the carb needs some attention. I will be ordering new jets, fuel mixture screw for this and give the carb a good cleaning. I need some advise on what jets to get. Here are the details; FMF Q4, and I left the snorkel out when I put the airbox back in. Thats it......so, I am looking for some good insight here on what to get ordered up (Pilot, Main, etc). Thanks in advance

Oh one more thing. I live in the Phoenix but I head north quite often and I will be heading to Colorado this year as well.
I have the Q4 on my 530 KTM,its way louder then one would think,if you like noise it's the 1 to get.
Then when the packing blows out it will echo off the canyons.
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:51 PM   #76018
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Rigerimer help ...

Hey man, hang in there and take a shot at he two inmates ideas. I know you have a line screwed up going to the carb so maybe between the three things you will be up and running for Pickett!

Might want to reach out to MX Rob or Procycle about the carb issue we discussed. Rob is the best and makes the pumper carb I have on my bike.

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Should not have bought blue, they don't run as well!
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:51 PM   #76019
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I have the Q4 on my 530 KTM,its way louder then one would think,if you like noise it's the 1 to get.
Then when the packing blows out it will echo off the canyons.
I'll run my Q4 until the packing goes to hell then I will put the stock muffler back on....
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Old 04-22-2013, 07:33 PM   #76020
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I've become what I hate...a throttle bliper! Help me stop the madness!

DR just started not wanting to idle down when coming to a stop. Quick blip of the throttle and it settles down. Thought throttle blade was sticking and figured after the first time that would be it. Nope. I even tried using the push/pull on the throttle and it wont idle down. Blip works every time... WTF?

Going to pull the carb off and give it a good cleaning. Any suggestions on a probable cause?

I swear I will sell the f*!@er if I have to blip the throttle all the time
I forgot ... are you running the stock BST40 Carb? If so ... PM Derek.
My old Carb did the same ... slide/Jet needle was worn out (apparently).
I just bought a whole new Carb. This might be it, not certain, but when the slide and Jet needle begin to wear you can get off idle stumble and stalling going down to idle. YMMV.

Just a thought.
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