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Old 08-06-2009, 07:38 PM   #1
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lowering a dirtbike

i have a dr 350 and is too tall. can it be lowered? i know some sportbikes do but not sure dirtbikes
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Old 08-06-2009, 07:53 PM   #2
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cut the seat foam down.
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one cheek it. thats what i do with mirandas bike. no such thing as a too tall dirt bike
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Old 08-06-2009, 08:17 PM   #6
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cut the seat foam down.
no foam lol
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electrical is done i got spark, now i cleaned carburator
i just havent install it yet

but is almost comming to life
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Don't do it Pester, I know it's a hasle when you are trying to start it. However, when you are riding you need the clearance because of the rocks, threes, etc.
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milk crates FTW, thats what i used to do to start mine and stuff then just be sure you can get back to the crate or a wall
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ok by the time i was 12 i was riding 125s and 250s. i had to have the bike proped up against the fence to get on it, start it, and to take off from. then when i got done riding i would prop it right back on the fence. if you can reach the pegs you can ride it. just one buttcheek it
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I dont want to offend you Pester, but once you rest your body weight on it Im sure there wont be an issue.


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Rear spring rate adjustable? Usually drops it a bit.
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Don't do it Pester, I know it's a hasle when you are trying to start it. However, when you are riding you need the clearance because of the rocks, threes, etc.
your right ill leave it as it is, lets see what happenes

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ok by the time i was 12 i was riding 125s and 250s. i had to have the bike proped up against the fence to get on it, start it, and to take off from. then when i got done riding i would prop it right back on the fence. if you can reach the pegs you can ride it. just one buttcheek it
i can jump on it easy is just that is a hassle to do the kick start but yeah

ill try it on brandy's party lets see what happens lol

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Rear spring rate adjustable? Usually drops it a bit.
lol yeah my belly can help lmao it has an air valve i removed the pressure but. not sure if it can be lowered more lol
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lol yeah my belly can help lmao it has an air valve i removed the pressure but. not sure if it can be lowered more lol
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it had relatively nothing and the shock feels good
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Well I hope you don't plan on riding it off road or hitting any bumps.
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Well I hope you don't plan on riding it off road or hitting any bumps.

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