Kawasaki Reveals Updated KLR650 Dual-...

Kawasaki Reveals Updated KLR650 Dual-Sport

There are 26 comments on the Motorcycle Daily story from Sep 23, 2006, titled Kawasaki Reveals Updated KLR650 Dual-Sport. In it, Motorcycle Daily reports that:

Kawasaki will offer an updated version of their venerable KLR650 dual-sport machine for next year, although the bike will be badged as a 2008 model.

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Kevil

Manteno, IL

#21 Apr 30, 2007
yobe wrote:
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Your IQ under 100, is it?
I own a 2008 model, and nothing on the bike is the same as your '05
dirtyrider

Satellite Provider

#22 May 13, 2007
Vibration,
Try taking a bar end out, leaning your bike on one side or the other and fill youre bars with lead shot. yes lead shot, your know the stuff that goes into shot gun shells. And if that doesn't work buy a V-strom as dogma wrote.
Jason

United States

#23 Aug 21, 2007
Low cost vibration cure. Put lead buckshot in your handlebars and seal it in with form a gasket.

I just traded in my 06 for the 08. I rode my buddies 08 prior to making the decision to upgrade. It rode better than my 06 but it is a few pounds heavier. If you were going to pay to make the improvements Kawasaki did it would be to exspensive. This is KLR #3 for me. I do not take care of them. I barely change the oil. It gets washed when it rains. I pound the crap out of them and they always get me where I need to go!

blu

Since: Aug 07

Edmonton

#24 Aug 21, 2007
I own a klr650 cool bike

blu

Since: Aug 07

Edmonton

#25 Aug 29, 2007
Jason wrote:
Low cost vibration cure. Put lead buckshot in your handlebars and seal it in with form a gasket.
I just traded in my 06 for the 08. I rode my buddies 08 prior to making the decision to upgrade. It rode better than my 06 but it is a few pounds heavier. If you were going to pay to make the improvements Kawasaki did it would be to exspensive. This is KLR #3 for me. I do not take care of them. I barely change the oil. It get washed when it rains. I pound the crap out of them and they always get me where I need to go!
if you change the oil barely isn't ruff driving and hard on the klr
dano

Pittsburgh, PA

#26 Jan 7, 2008
I work for a company that makes anti vib tubes for inside your bars there lighter than bar ends obergsports.com
made in the usa

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