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LukasM Dec 29, 2006

I posted this on ADVrider and thought some of you might be interested as well:

I just got in touch with a German guy who modded his DR quite a bit. Looks really well done in my opinion, too:

He used KTM USD forks off a 660 Supermotard. Apparently they will all fit (640, Enduro, Adv) as long as its a newer LC4 (not sure what year - 1995?) since they have the same steering stem.

I haven't seen a steering bearing yet but he said to use the DR outer (I think its called a race in English?) combined with the KTM inner bearing. Then you need a 3mm space on top or the bottom of the clamps to fill the gap.

To avoid any complications and also allow more aftermarket bolt-ons (lots of race and OEM KTM parts available), he also used KTM brakes with a 320mm disk, a KTM wheel with 26mm axles and the KTM bar. Earlier (up to 03 IIRC) forks came with a 20mm and even earlier with 17mm axles in case you want to play around with adapting the DR wheel.

The rear plastic is Duke II with an aftermarket exhaust. Requires welding and lots of other mods to make it fit.

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markmatley Dec 29, 2006

Wow, that looks sharp from the front and the rear. it looks low too! Nice mods, +1 for the German fellow you spoke with!

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LukasM Mar 10, 2007

I wonder if the header is stock.

Yes it is. There is an aftermarket header available in Europe by a company called Holeshot. It has a bigger diameter, is stainless steel and fits both aftermarket and stock mufflers.

However it doesnt have the mounting nuts for the stock heat shield and doesn't come with one. Its a pain to weld them on later, only person I heard of doing it ended up with a crack in the pipe after a few months.

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mxrob Mar 11, 2007

Yes it is. There is an aftermarket header available in Europe by a company called Holeshot. It has a bigger diameter, is stainless steel and fits both aftermarket and stock mufflers.

However it doesnt have the mounting nuts for the stock heat shield and doesn't come with one. Its a pain to weld them on later, only person I heard of doing it ended up with a crack in the pipe after a few months.

Kientech's new SS head pipe fits all of the above criteria AND has the heat sheild bosses already welded on.

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LukasM Mar 11, 2007

Yeah, Jessie has some cool stuff for sure. But being in Europe his pipe would end up more than twice as expensive after you add shipping, customs, taxes etc.

If I were in the States I would already have bought one from him!

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mxrob Mar 11, 2007

Yeah, Jessie has some cool stuff for sure. But being in Europe his pipe would end up more than twice as expensive after you add shipping, customs, taxes etc.

If I were in the States I would already have bought one from him!

Does that about sum it up? LOL!

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LukasM Mar 11, 2007

Does that about sum it up? LOL!

Yeah, just about. Can you believe that a KTM bike will cost me about 40% more if I buy it here in Austria where it is made!

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DoubleD650 Mar 12, 2007