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Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3680 on: November 11, 2015, 08:54:24 am »
Hello. The link to the workshop manual in the original post of this thread doesn't seem to be working...
 

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Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3681 on: November 16, 2015, 12:31:57 pm »
Time to do my steering bearings. Are they available from SKF etc. or is it agents only?
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Re: Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3682 on: November 16, 2015, 12:46:22 pm »
Time to do my steering bearings. Are they available from SKF etc. or is it agents only?
Wanting to do mine late in December so I was wondering that exact same thing. Please keep updated
 

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Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3683 on: November 16, 2015, 01:31:56 pm »
Looking for a size 45 idle jet for my Mikuni carb.

Have the standard 42.5 in there at the moment, but with the mods I need to richen up the pilot circuit.

Anyone knows where I can get?
 

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Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3684 on: November 16, 2015, 02:13:20 pm »
Looking for a size 45 idle jet for my Mikuni carb.

Have the standard 42.5 in there at the moment, but with the mods I need to richen up the pilot circuit.

Anyone knows where I can get?
Praat met Andrew by Motocomp (Google die details). ;)

Hy's in KZN. :thumleft:

Het so pas vir my 'n 45 en 47.5 by hom gekoop. :biggrin:

R 70-00 vir die jet en R 130-00 vir die kourier. :o
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Re: Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3685 on: November 16, 2015, 02:29:03 pm »
Looking for a size 45 idle jet for my Mikuni carb.

Have the standard 42.5 in there at the moment, but with the mods I need to richen up the pilot circuit.

Anyone knows where I can get?
Watse mods het jy gedoen dat jy n groter pilot jet nodig het?
Ek het een, maar wonder nog of ek dit moet insit
 

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Re: Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3686 on: November 16, 2015, 03:19:34 pm »
Looking for a size 45 idle jet for my Mikuni carb.

Have the standard 42.5 in there at the moment, but with the mods I need to richen up the pilot circuit.

Anyone knows where I can get?
Watse mods het jy gedoen dat jy n groter pilot jet nodig het?
Ek het een, maar wonder nog of ek dit moet insit

Die airbox mod (gat in airbox bo gesny, groter main jet 147.5, d-shelf mod (google dit), ge-taperde en geligte needle, Twin Air lugfilter en GSXR exhaust.

Jy het nie die groter idle jet nodig nie behalwe as jy die airbox oopmaak nie.
« Last Edit: November 16, 2015, 03:20:04 pm by Kykdaar »
 

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Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3687 on: November 16, 2015, 03:21:14 pm »
Looking for a size 45 idle jet for my Mikuni carb.

Have the standard 42.5 in there at the moment, but with the mods I need to richen up the pilot circuit.

Anyone knows where I can get?
Praat met Andrew by Motocomp (Google die details). ;)

Hy's in KZN. :thumleft:

Het so pas vir my 'n 45 en 47.5 by hom gekoop. :biggrin:

R 70-00 vir die jet en R 130-00 vir die kourier. :o


Eish, ja. Dit is amper krimineel om so baie courier te betaal vir iets wat n paar gram weeg.

Dis hoekom ek maar eers my luck hier try
 

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Re: Re: Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3688 on: November 16, 2015, 03:48:29 pm »
Looking for a size 45 idle jet for my Mikuni carb.

Have the standard 42.5 in there at the moment, but with the mods I need to richen up the pilot circuit.

Anyone knows where I can get?
Watse mods het jy gedoen dat jy n groter pilot jet nodig het?
Ek het een, maar wonder nog of ek dit moet insit

Die airbox mod (gat in airbox bo gesny, groter main jet 147.5, d-shelf mod (google dit), ge-taperde en geligte needle, Twin Air lugfilter en GSXR exhaust.

Jy het nie die groter idle jet nodig nie behalwe as jy die airbox oopmaak nie.
Ok great. Ek het my airbox oopgemaak, maar met n stuk plastiek die extra 50mm gat verklein na 35mm toe toe ek die standaard pyp weer opgesit het. As ek eers my ander pyp kry sal ek die 45 pilot insit.
 

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Re: Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3689 on: November 16, 2015, 03:49:03 pm »
Looking for a size 45 idle jet for my Mikuni carb.

Have the standard 42.5 in there at the moment, but with the mods I need to richen up the pilot circuit.

Anyone knows where I can get?
Praat met Andrew by Motocomp (Google die details). ;)

Hy's in KZN. :thumleft:

Het so pas vir my 'n 45 en 47.5 by hom gekoop. :biggrin:

R 70-00 vir die jet en R 130-00 vir die kourier. :o


Eish, ja. Dit is amper krimineel om so baie courier te betaal vir iets wat n paar gram weeg.

Dis hoekom ek maar eers my luck hier try
Ek het daai courier kostes 2 keer betaal!!! lekker stupid
 

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Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3690 on: November 17, 2015, 06:09:43 am »
Hello. The link to the workshop manual in the original post of this thread doesn't seem to be working...


Pm vir lecap dat dit nie werk nie. Iemand hier sal definitief van 'n werkende link weet.
 

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Re: Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3691 on: November 17, 2015, 08:06:32 am »
Hello. The link to the workshop manual in the original post of this thread doesn't seem to be working...


Pm vir lecap dat dit nie werk nie. Iemand hier sal definitief van 'n werkende link weet.
As jy nie kry nie kan ek die Dropbox ding probeer om dit vir jou te upload
 

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Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3692 on: November 17, 2015, 11:14:44 am »
The problem with workshop manuals on the internet is that in most countries the workshop manuals seem to be protected by copyright laws. ::)

Some one goes and puts a manual online. Sooner or later it will be taken down. That's why the links will usually only work for some time. If you find a manual where you have to be a member of a forum to be able to access it this seems to work longer.

Google is your friend you can usually find a working free download of the manual within a few minutes.

The other option is find some one with the manual, get the paper back disassembled, stuff it into a copy machine, then get everything bound again. I generally prefer this option since I can't find those washable rubber lab keyboards locally any more :-\
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Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3693 on: November 17, 2015, 11:45:26 am »
Time to do my steering bearings. Are they available from SKF etc. or is it agents only?
Look for a shooting star and see Lynda's trail and remember all the great places you shared with her,she will never forget what she shared with you and will show you that in every starry night .
 

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Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3694 on: November 17, 2015, 04:16:20 pm »
Time to do my steering bearings. Are they available from SKF etc. or is it agents only?
Wanting to do mine late in December so I was wondering that exact same thing. Please keep updated

Only Suzuki (expensive) or generics NOT from Bearing Man since it's a sealed tapered roller bearing not industry standard.

I do have the generic ones in stock, can't remember the price off hand but it's less for both than what you pay for one OEM, something around R 400. I have them in one of my DR's and have done 50,000km with them and they are still fine.
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Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3695 on: November 17, 2015, 04:38:00 pm »
That is great. Please PM me a price including postage.  Thanks
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Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3696 on: November 17, 2015, 08:59:22 pm »
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Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3697 on: November 17, 2015, 10:01:21 pm »
 :laughing4: mad max!
 

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Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3698 on: November 18, 2015, 06:35:14 am »
Hello. The link to the workshop manual in the original post of this thread doesn't seem to be working...

Link removed as LeCap said probably copyright issues.
« Last Edit: November 18, 2015, 06:38:39 am by BliknÍrs »
 

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Re: The DR650 thread
« Reply #3699 on: November 18, 2015, 06:37:42 am »
Wat gebruik hy vir n petroltenk ek sien net n filter?