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2012 Suzuki DR650SE Parts

2012 Suzuki DR650SE
Tire Size:
Front: 90/90-21, Rear: 120/90-17
Spark Plug:
CR10E
Battery:
YTX9-BS
Stock Chain/Belt:
520x110
Stock Gearing:
Front: 15T, Rear: 41T
Oil Filter:
KN-137
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claus (ann arbor, MI)

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protaper for xt250

I had to move the clutch and brake handles to make them fit. Without moving them the plastic shield does not reach far enough over to cover the sides of my hand. It would be a nice product and easy install if the plastic shield would be wider. Not really a very good fit for my XT250.

John-Paul (Keremeos, BC)

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Monotube Forks (Gl 1800-Gold Wing)

I'm not the greatest rider in the world and as such not great at evaluating things like forks. However I think the monotube forks seem to make my Goldwing ride better then new. Very pleased with this item.

Marc R (Roseville, MI)

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Just Right

I needed a power source for my GPS and Cell Phone. This is an easy hook up and a fantastic fit for my bike (HD Street Glide). It's clean, sleek, waterproof and easy to install. This is exactly what I was looking for and I am thrilled to have it on my bike.

David (Las Cruces, NM)

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EBC Brake Pads

Excellent price, excellent delivery. Easy to install and work great! Replaced rear only this time due to the faster wear on my heavy Yamaha Venture. Very happy with the organic stopping performance. Will definitely consider same, next time.

Robert (Greensboro, NC)

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Quick and easy... mostly

I purchased the Regina kit for my Yamaha Fz1 and the sprockets and chain are both exact fits. The installation was easy. The only thing I didn't care for is the instructions for the master link installation and riveting were not at all informative and very limited. Printed on box. The chain is noisier than the original most likely due to the front sprocket not having a rubber dampening grommet infused like the original. After a 600 mile ride, still doing great!

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