xr400 motards

Old 03-27-2006, 08:03 AM
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xr400 motards

anyone ever seen an xr400 with a motard setup? I've never seen one-probably for a reason, just wondering why they never caught on?
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Re: xr400 motards

I can't think of a good reason not to do it, if you have access to the bike hook it up!
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Old 03-27-2006, 03:28 PM
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Re: xr400 motards

Jonny boy of the mental militia used to ride one.
A bit gutless, but a nice, tidy, bulletproof bike.

Looked dead smart too.

Can't find a pic of his bike.

This one's tidy though

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Re: xr400 motards

Here's his bike, courtesy of Sparks.

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Re: xr400 motards

both look very nice.
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i hate those shocks...
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Re: xr400 motards

Originally Posted by Goodluckmonkey
Jonny boy of the mental militia used to ride one.
A bit gutless, but a nice, tidy, bulletproof bike.

Looked dead smart too.

Can't find a pic of his bike.

This one's tidy though



damn that looks nice....i think i'm gonna paint my hundo like that.....
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Re: xr400 motards

Originally Posted by GundamnitPete
damn that looks nice....i think i'm gonna paint my hundo like that.....



re post it. All i can see is a red x
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Re: xr400 motards

never mind i got it to tcome up. that's the all new hottness
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Old 03-28-2006, 01:18 PM
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Re: xr400 motards

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i hate those shocks...
They do stop your forks picking up grit, and busting fork seals though.

You can always remove the gaiters.
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Re: xr400 motards

yeah or if you want to go big you can buy aftermarket from forks lol. or just pull the guards off, you can get smaller ones too that dont look to bad but still protect dirt and grime from getting under the seals and all that good stuff.
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