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Suzuki DRZ400 3X3 mod

Suzuki DRZ400 3X3 mod as described www.thumpertalk.com. Do some research before doing this mod. This was my interoperation of the mod. The biggest difference would be the 3x3 hole make sure you do a 3x3=9. Use a calculator and figure it out 3x3=9, what ever you do make sure it = 9. Example: a * b = 9


 


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Suzuki DRZ 400 SM Supermoto - Beating The Traffic (GoPro HD)
Thanks for all ur coments comrades! Watching this video after 3 years makes me still smile :) I must say the DRZ was a great bike for riding aroud London but unfornunately to slow for all the other stuff so i have moved on to a KTM 690 SMC which is no comparison to the DRZ. For all haters: Riding like a twat is legal in London! The bike is a DRZ 400 SM with few moods: GoPro HD - 720p Yoshimura RS2(no baffle) 3x3 JD Kit K@N Air Filter Zeta Pivot Levers, Hel Braided Hoses R&G Tail Tidy and Tail Light





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DRZ400 0-100 (60mph) acceleration
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Dynojet kit installation on DRZ400SM
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DRZ400 Motorcycle Crash on Mulholland
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2006 DRz400sm Overview & MRD Exhaust Sound!
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