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
2012 Husqvarna TE250 vs. 2012 Suzuki DR-Z400 vs. 2013 Yamaha WR250R - 2012 Dual-Sport Shootout
Despite few changes in the DS segment in the past few model years, we
decided to sample some current DS offerings to see if there is a do-it-all
bike that doesn't suck the fun out of one type of riding or the other.
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Suzuki DRZ 400 Dyno run Leovince x3 K&N Filter 3x3
Suzuki DRZ 400 on the Dyno at Ruud Frederiks ( TOVAMI
) located at Goes, The Netherlands
Suzuki DRZ 400 op de testbank bij Ruud Frederiks ( TOVAMI ) in Goes.
Currently upgraded with an ABP headpipe
Power: 39.8 bhp at 7762.3 rpm
Torque: 42.8 Nm at 5237.3 rpm
Most expensive shortcut I've ever taken...
I need to learn how to read. The sign in the beginning of the video said
something about taking the other road but i couldnt read it. but that was
closed too. thats the road that i turned on after the
My DRZ400 Supermoto
Here's my bike and everything I can remember that's been done to it.
DRZ400 0-100 (60mph) acceleration
Heres my DRZ400sm doing a few 0-100 runs to see how long it takes to 100ks.
It manages pretty decent times, though it seems to vary greatly depending
on the road surface. Theres also a slight 1/3 - 1/2 sec lag on the digital
speedo of the bike, so it might be reaching 100 slightly faster than it shows.
Im a very light rider (only 55kg) hence the fast acceleration times, as
most ppl manage 5.5-6 seconds on these little beasts.
Editing was done on Sony Vegas with the time clock generator.