Application: Kawasaki KLR650 All Models Price: $25 Manufacture: EBC MMP P/N TG-100 Custom made steel braided front brake line with an adjustable end to ensure proper fit.
Glossary MSM – Multisurface Motorcycles/Motorcyclist MMP – Multisurface Motorcycle Products TGMP – Top Gun Motorcycle Products MSM Weight Categories Lightweight – up to 250lbs Middleweight – 250lbs – 300lbs Light-Heavyweight – 300lbs – 350lbs Heavyweight – 350lbs – 400lbs KLR650 REAR SHOCK One of the biggest complaints made about all stock KLR650
Applications: ‘Kawasaki KLR650 ’87 – Present Manufacture: Top Gun MMP P/N:BC100…………..$12.00 Convert to a high quality manual petcock. Don’t find yourself stuck on the side of the road with a faulty vacuum petcock. See Elden’s June 2011 Technical Insights article on the subject here.
Applications: Kawasaki KLR650 ’87 – Present Price: $15 (front), $12 (rear) while supplies last Manufacture: EBC MMP P/N: (See Below) EBC Carbon Graphite “X” pads are ideal for canyon carvers or heavy brake users in dry conditions. They work well with the Supermoto oversize floating front brake disc. Carbon graphite formula runs cooler and less […]
Applications: Kawasaki KLR650 ’87 – Present Price: $25 (front), $20 (rear) Manufacture: EBC MMP P/N: (See Below) EBC Long Life sintered “R” pads give reasonable pad life and good braking in all riding conditions, wet, dry, hot or cold. Great for off road use and adventure tourers. EBC FA130R Front Brake Pads – MMP P/N:10040… […]
Applications: Kawasaki KLR650 ’87 – Present Price: $25 Manufacture: MacDonald Products MMP P/N: 10079 (stock length)……………………..$25 MMP P/N: 10079-1(bigfoot)…………………………$25 Original MacDonald Products MFG shifter. Won’t break like the stock shifter. Now available in “Bigfoot” model, 3/4″ longer but still designed with case clearance in mind. Note: Increased length of Bigfoot shifter puts shifter in front […]
Applications: Suzuki DR650 ’96 – Present Pricing (Full Kit): $15.00 (see below) Manufacture: Top Gun Motorcycle Products Top Guns new aluminum License Plate Holder for the DR650SE, replaces the big ugly inner fender that holds the plate and heavy stock light. Cleans up and simplifies the appearance of the rear fender, gives the bike an […]
Applications: Suzuki DR650 ’96- Present MMP P/N: 10066…………………………………..$80.00 Manufacture: CP Carrillo DR650 Piston Our new forged DR650 piston is stronger, lighter, resists heat better and revs quicker than the OEM cast piston. Available in stock bore
Applications: Kawasaki KLR650 ’87 – Present Manufacture: MMP Exclusive MMP P/N: 10018: $41.25 This kit is used to modify the left engine inner cover to create an inspection port which will allow the ability to actually see the condition of the balancer chain tension adjustment spring. Kit includes Otoscope, specially modified pilot bolt and sealing […]
DR650 Secondary Air Filter MMP P/N: 10103………………………………………..$10.00 Applications: Suzuki DR650 ’96 – Present Manufacture: Top Gun Motorcycle Products As mentioned in the January 07 “Technical Insights” and in Elden’s February , March, and April “Fuel For Thought” articles, we’ve found a potential problem – and solution – of which most riders may not be aware. […]
Assuming your multisurface motorcycle weighs not much more than four hundred pounds, has reliable electronics and engine, handles well and is equipped with chain drive and excellent suspension, you can have great deal of fun in Baja where even the paved roads vary from smooth to really bumpy.
I recently had a customer call about getting a new piston for his 2007 KLR650. During the discussion I asked what had happened and he told me that the piston seized. That usually happens when the engine overheats due to lack of oil. He continued that when he pulled the clutch cover and checked the […]
As usual during the winter I try to take advantage of any good weather days to get out on my KLR and I did on Sunday, December 23, 2012. Of course living in San Diego makes winter riding an easy task even when the weather reports say chance of rain. If they report anything below […]
Never has such a frivolous word been used to describe such a dangerous motorcycle engine part. Yes, indeed the late Jake Jakeman of Sagebrush Engineering had a sense of humor. Who’s Jake Jakeman you ask? Well, he’s the guy who furnished the KLR650 world with the first good balancer adjustment lever. Hundred thousand mile plus […]