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Just a few picks of the TTR before it went to a new home, a few things I'll miss, 6 gears, a really nice smooth clutch, and the almost stealth quality of the engine, it just purred, that the most I think

 

So thanks lads for all your help and advise over the years, it was always a pleasure to drop into the forum.

 

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2004 TTR250 - Highway Dirtbike Hand Guards, 38mm Bar Risers, D606 Front & Rear, Opened up Airbox with Twin Air Filter, Re-jetted Carby, B+B Bash Plate & Frame Guards, DIY 3mm Alloy Tail Tidy, 14/47 Gearing.

 



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What is the replacement?

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2012 DRZ400

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-- Edited by BM Steve on Tuesday 12th of September 2017 11:02:10 AM

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Sorry I couldn't get the 350 ready sooner!
Safe travels. Drop in now and then.
Cheers,
Simon.

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ah but the yellow ones are faster sunnysideup.gif



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Enjoy the DRZ Steve.

The sprag clutch from your TTR is still going nicely in mine so thanks for that too!

Leigh.

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I will and do

The DRZ is a hoot

Just wish it was as quiet as the TTR

 



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BTW if you were wondering what I am going to spend the money on I got for the TTR

I'm thinking something like this.

 

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Mate you need to pedal that. The TTR is much more body efficient.

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not wrong there threshold

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These things may have pedals but they are really electric dirtbikes, the pedals are there so but you don't have to use them, they have twist grips, but you are still technically on bicycle, therefore you don't need registration, license, insurance etc...

also you can legally enter national parks where normal moto's are prohibited

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Sad to see you go Steve but all best wishes for the future!

Here is my little black beauty - 1200w motor in the bottom bracket wink

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Not nearly as much fun as the TTR but in the UK we can get to ride on bridleways and "Restricted Byways" that the TTR isn't allowed on. On odd sensation is spinning up the rear wheel without pedalling when the going gets muddy biggrinbiggrin

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Sad to see you go Steve but all best wishes for the future!

Here is my little black beauty - 1200w motor in the bottom bracket wink

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Not nearly as much fun as the TTR but in the UK we can get to ride on bridleways and "Restricted Byways" that the TTR isn't allowed on. On odd sensation is spinning up the rear wheel without pedalling when the going gets muddy biggrinbiggrin

Brian


 Same here, a lot of the National Parks around where I live are restricted as well

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