circling drz 400sm

Old 12-19-2006, 08:51 AM
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Re: circling drz 400sm

schooler from outermost circled a drz for a bit
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Old 12-20-2006, 12:01 AM
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Re: circling drz 400sm

yea schooler could circle his drz but it bogged pretty bad...
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Re: circling drz 400sm

Originally Posted by YellowGixxer View Post
i've started doing circles on my crf450 bone stock knobbies and all...it just takes getting used to turn your idle up a little to help you get used to the clutch


feet down don't count.
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plus the crf would be on bigger sprockets anyway? being an MXer rather than a cruising SM?
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Re: circling drz 400sm

ive circled my drz400 and also thesuper motard model..in ym opinion the sm is harder to circle....
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Re: circling drz 400sm

anybody got any video stunting drz's?
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Old 02-04-2007, 11:12 AM
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Re: circling drz 400sm

I have a YZ250F...been trying circles for sometime, Im okay at it 1-3 circles each try. Bike is very forgiving...Not a horse like a 450. Its is geared down...the only problem is the poor low end power output needed for a circle. You know when you are in a circle and stand it straight up, you pull the clutch in and wait for it to lean back to the correct lean angle. Its nerve racking knowing that im like 30 RPMs from stalling. It really sucks if you have a street legal motard...cant really gear it down to do slow stuff...
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I have a YZ250F...been trying circles for sometime, Im okay at it 1-3 circles each try. Bike is very forgiving...Not a horse like a 450. Its is geared down...the only problem is the poor low end power output needed for a circle. You know when you are in a circle and stand it straight up, you pull the clutch in and wait for it to lean back to the correct lean angle. Its nerve racking knowing that im like 30 RPMs from stalling. It really sucks if you have a street legal motard...cant really gear it down to do slow stuff...
ur retarded..u dont need to gear a dirtbike unless you suck
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Re: circling drz 400sm

I dont suck..... gearing anything down makes circles more manageable thats all. Read the post dick. Nothing to prove here just out to have fun.
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Old 02-06-2007, 06:37 PM
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Re: circling drz 400sm

Originally Posted by E-Loc540 View Post
I dont suck..... gearing anything down makes circles more manageable thats all. Read the post dick. Nothing to prove here just out to have fun.
yeah he does'nt suck
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Re: circling drz 400sm

Originally Posted by gixxer601 View Post
anybody got any video stunting drz's?
Some old DRZ stuff:
http://www.planbee.org/en/ -> videos
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Old 02-28-2007, 10:51 PM
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Re: circling drz 400sm

Are these things (DRZ) hard to circle????
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Re: circling drz 400sm

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Are these things (DRZ) hard to circle????
What do you mean?

Engine is smooth for circles, but orginal rear shock spring is too soft for everything...

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Old 03-05-2007, 11:23 PM
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Re: circling drz 400sm

Sounds like you could increase your comp. and reb. damping and or cranking down your preload but that will affect other areas of handling........
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Re: circling drz 400sm

help brothers I am thinking of a sm, but I would like a good stunt bike also, what should I consider how bout the new ninja 250??? 3,999 new
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Re: circling drz 400sm

i circled mine stock geared, just alot of clutch work. i went one down its a little easier but still clutch work but i can crank em out. its fun.
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i couldnt get circles on my drz sm. then i got a f4i and picked up circles in 2 weeks. now i wann go back and try them on the drz that **** is weird
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