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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-11-2010, 10:27 AM Thread Starter
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"enduro" with stock versys

To test wrf of a friend, we went to discover some track's arround here :
O MAPINHA

It was a little bit sliding coz rain day before .. but it was pretty cool.




The page of pictures is over here : http://picasaweb.google.es/thytum/EnduroWithAlex

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versys was nicely, the main problem here is :

* to make it offroad you will spend money enough to have a used xr650r!

so thats why i keep it stock ...

the footpegs are really a crap to that, and slide very much!


its all STOCK, tyres are pirelli scorpion sync!


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Great work. goes to prove that while not the best, you can in fact get places thru mud and puddles when you have to. nice ride.
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Hey Thytum, great pictures and I also enjoyed the videos (I saw them in YouTube before). I couldn't agree with you more on the footpegs. After going through water crossings, I couldn't stand on the footpegs. They felt like butter, very slippery. And when I was able to stand, the reach to the handle bar was too long. It needs to be raised about 2 inches (for me at least).
Some of my motorcycle friends have told me to get an extra bike like a DR650. But my "esposa" won't approve that.
Anyway, awesome pictures and video clips. I'll look forward for more!
Hastaluego!
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Where is your other side case?

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I bought a motorcycle because my wife said that I couldn't! Now I have two and she still says I can't have another one!
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Sounds like a challenge to me!

Now I have four!
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Cool vids, I saw your gallery pics of the V laying on its side, that is probably why there is no right side case. Way to ride, man. Your buddy on the Yamaha was just showing off with those wheelies thru the mud, why ride thru what you can ride around, I say!

And the left side, its gone too!

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OMG

You can't do that with a Versys! Don't you read the forums? LOL

Thank you for the very kewl video's and pictures.

Ride em if ya got em!
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