'89 Honda TransAlp, '99 Honda SuperHawk, '87 BMW K100 street tracker, '83 Yamaha Riva 180, '75 Yamaha XS650 vintage racer, '77 Yamaha RD400 vintage racer, '91 Ducati 900ss...
I'll get all the info together from Ryan at Galfer and start a new thread this week (You're gonna LOVE the rear! The KooKoo Line-Loop IS GONE!). A Larger Front Tsunami rotor is coming, too. Contemplating a "cooler" rear rotor, too. On steep off-road gnarly stuff, you can COOK the rear...as in Cook it BAD. Been there, done that, scared the living Sh!^ out of myself!Manny,
can you please pm me the galfer front brake line part number? Heck if you did them both, please share. My front brakes need some extra help. Thanks
KBear, you really do Need a 12-step program.For those of you who played my 20 questions of "What motorcycle did Kbear purchase today?" this will be old news, but I currently own the following: '83 Yamaha XV920MK Midnight Virago full Yamaha dress, '89 Honda XL600V Transalp, '02 Kawasaki ZX9R Ninja (Orange chunkin' punkin'), '07 Honda VFR800 25th Anniversary edition RWB Interceptor sport tourer, '16 KTM RC390, '15 Kawasaki KLR650.
Sell it. You only need one bike and that’s the klr!I honestly don't know if my '22 KLR is my second or first bike. I also have this:
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It's wonderful on the highway. Super smooth. Plenty of power. Great canyon carver. Decent off road. But every time I go for a ride I've been wanting to take the KLR. KLR is WAY BETTER off road. More comfortable too. Feels much lighter because it is. So the VStrom sits. I still like her though. But not sure what to do with it now.