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    Super Moderator JerseyJeeper's Avatar
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    I think I saw air under your tires when you were using your footpeg as a kickstand?

    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty Blackstone View Post
    Best music ever for a trail video!

    Outstanding!
    But I call bogus! There has got to be some camera trickery going on there. I distinctly thought I saw the TW with actual air under its tires...

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    That was a well practiced stunt.



    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyJeeper View Post
    I think I saw air under your tires when you were using your footpeg as a kickstand?

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    It was awesome, how you spun the bike like an olympic figure skater on that foot peg will forever stay burned in my mind..

    J/K You are an awesome rider and all that rode with you know it. Can't wait to have you down again!

    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty Blackstone View Post
    That was a well practiced stunt.
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    If I could be half as good as you and Mike, I'd be happy. I don't practice enough.



    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyJeeper View Post
    It was awesome, how you spun the bike like an olympic figure skater on that foot peg will forever stay burned in my mind..

    J/K You are an awesome rider and all that rode with you know it. Can't wait to have you down again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ejfranz View Post
    What extra maintenance?
    Change oil as with any other bike and change the coolant every couple of years. The oil capacity may be a bit smaller so it may require more frequent changes, but I doubt you or I would stress the motor to its full potential.
    I may pick one up this month; I have been debating getting one for about a year. A buddy of mine wants me to drink the koolaid and get a 300 xcw (not my riding style).
    I have had the DT for a few years now and have maybe put 10 000 km on it and the coolant still looks good so I will wait until next spring to change it.
    I have had the VStrom for 3 years and just over 33 000 km and will wait until next spring to change its coolant.
    The WR250r I got in 2010 and I have changed the coolant once. It is due for another change.
    I just realized it was a 2 stroke. Not so bad. I heard that 4 strokes that are liquid cooled with cartridge forks have more frequent and technical maintenance
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    glad it was just a fender... repair time on a face is longer. great ride!
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    Love the music , U girls ROCK
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