This update: Some paint, a new stator coil, new clutch plates and springs, and some attention to the neutral sending unit.
The BMW long termer finally got the rubber it needed to go into the trails. Before we tell how it did there, here’s what we did to it first.
The Little Red Pig gets suspension upgrades up front. Zac likes ’em, but Rob thinks he’d like a softer ride.
Mr. Seck shows us the modifications he’s made to the GW.
The final part of the V-Strom 650 long termer – how it performed as a tourer.
What? The KLR Adventure Tourer is finished? Well, all the bits are bolted onto it and it’s ready to ride. Is that finished?
Editor ‘arris finally gets on top of this mammoth project with another update and (almost) on time too. In this update: Upgrading the suspension and foolishly trying to make the thing look a little more presentable.
Editor ‘Arris resurrects the KLR 650 Adventure Tourin project with promises of progress with his new 10 point plan. Actually it’s only five, but ten sounds better.
It’s long overdue but Editor ‘Arris finally gets everything together and mods the motor on the KLR Adventure Tourer project bike. Still some budget left over afterwards too.
Editor ‘Arris launches Project KLR Adventure Tourer. The shtick? He’s set himself a budget of $3,000. What kind of adventure tourer can you make for that?