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    Found a DR 350

    Found a low miles DR-350 in very good condition and see that Procycle has me covered will look good in-between my DR650 and TW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZDR1 View Post
    Found a low miles DR-350 in very good condition and see that Procycle has me covered will look good in-between my DR650 and TW.
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    Excellent choice!
    I have been watching for one locally too but so far I'm still looking...
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    I was looking at one of those in the local showroom. Reminded me of those gals doing the balance beam. Riding on that narrow seat would be a B buster not to mention way to high off the ground.
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    Well if I get this it is for my son so he can tag along and I will be on my dr650. but I get the fun of the mods!
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    Quote Originally Posted by plumbstraight View Post
    I was looking at one of those in the local showroom. Reminded me of those gals doing the balance beam. Riding on that narrow seat would be a B buster not to mention way to high off the ground.
    PS this is a older bike very low to the ground set is ok but I will replace and put a plastic desert tank on.

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    I think you are thinking about a DRZ-400 seat height is around 39 inches.

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    Sorry folks, couldn't find the seat height for the Trivia Bowl but here is other info that make the DR-350 sound rather attractive:

    Suzuki DR 350 S
    Manufacturer Suzuki
    Successor DR-Z400
    Class dual-sport
    Engine 349 cc (21.3 cu in) 4-strokesingle
    Bore / stroke 79.0 mm × 72.1 mm (3.11 in × 2.84 in)
    Top speed 87 mph (140 km/h)[citation needed]
    Power 33.4 hp (24.9 kW)[citation needed]
    Torque 25.6 lb·ft (34.7 N·m)[citation needed]
    Transmission 6-speed
    Frame type Diamond steel
    Brakes Disc
    Weight 286 lb (130 kg)[citation needed] (wet)
    Fuel capacity 9 L (2.0 imp gal; 2.4 US gal)

    Copied from Wikipedia:

    The Suzuki DR350 is a 350cc single cylinder, dual-sport motorcycle introduced in 1990. The DR350 S and DR350 R were kick start motorcycles until 1994 when the DR350SE was introduced adding an electric start. It has a 349-cubic-centimetre (21.3 cu in) single cylinder overhead cam (OHC), with the Suzuki Advanced Cooling System (SACS), dry sump lubrication, 6-speed transmission, 21-inch front wheel and 18-inch rear wheel.



    As you can see the 350cc was replaced with the 400cc just about the time the world ended with Y2K back in 2000.
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    Nice bike. They are real hard to find around here.

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    Keep in mind that there are three DR 350 versions.

    One street legal, among other things it has a cush hub that the other two don't.
    One is pure dirt, the other is dirt with headlight/taillight.
    Listed seat height is 35.6"
    The weight is a really nice selling point since it is about 100 lbs lighter than the DR 650 for the street legal version, the other two are even lighter.
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