Do you have issues with the klr vibration?
Have you been off road yet?
Yes to the vibration, but I bought the bike used with 240Kms. I've got just over 2,000Kms on it now and it seems to be getting better.
I've found some loose fasteners, and made sure the chain isn't tight, but haven't tried adjusting the counterbalance shaft chain slack. i.e Doohicky.
Most of the K's have been gravel or "Use at own Risk" trails. I've done a couple single tracks, but this is the wrong bike as the stock tires aren't up to it, neither is my skill level.
Be careful if you get into mud, the front end will wash out faster than you can blink.
Bought the bike to do the Trans Labrador next June, probably sell it right after as it's not me.
Added crash bars, skid plate, risers, heated grips, taller windshield and pivot pegz.
If I was doing it over again I would have bought the vibration reducing risers to cut down on the vibration. I can tolerate the handgrips, but the buzzy mirrors drive me nuts. I can't tell if I'm being followed by a flock of birds or a semi ready to roll over me.
Any question don't hesitate to ask