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UNDER CONSTRUCTION (not evrything will work) ride safe

This page is dedicated to my KLR and to many fellow riders I met on the net. The links will redirect you to other WebPages who deal with maintenance, support and pics of other bikes. I live in Canada, Manitoba and bought the bike in April 2002. Right now the bike has 3489km. I know that is not much but a long winter I! This page is dedicated to my KLR and too many fellow riders I met on the net. The links will redirect you to other WebPages who deal with maintenance, support and pics of other bikes. I live in Canada, Manitoba and bought the bike in April 2002. Right now the bike has 3489km. I know that is not much but a long winter shorten the time to ride from May till October. But as you can see I will ride in the dirt and Iím not afraid of a bit of mud. Mostly I ride with my buddy on street and lots of ATV trails in the woods. After I got the bike I had to make some modifications to the KLR. Supertapp IDSII racing series exhaust, yellow fork boots from Pro grip, black/yellow foam grips to help with vibration, a stone guard for the headlight, stainless steel bolt kit from Desmoparts, air filter box mod (L shaped opening on top of box), 155 main jet, 42 pilot jet, rear sprocket up a notch to 44 teeth and last but not least after 2000km a shinko trailmaster rear tire. Because the bike is so green ;-) I went to the local sign store and got a bigger 650 and front fender sticker in yellow. In the winter I made a rear master brake cylinder guard out of a piece aluminum I had left and the next project Iím doing is a skid plate out of Alu. Any questions just give me a line Ride safe bookwood

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Lots of info on the KLR 650

One of the best KLR sitesI have seen. Lots of of tips and tricks on how to...
THE E-mail forum for the KLR! Just ask and you will get answer. (not only for KLR650 but also for KLR600's; Tengai's; KLX650's; KLR250's and Super Sherpa's).
FAQ for the newbie. Answer on the most common questions ask. Also a good site for aftermarket stuff.

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For all the parts a dualsport rider needs. Fred is his name give him a visit on the site.