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Overland 650R

Post  Mauser on Tue May 19, 2015 8:58 pm

Now here's a nice bike for you adventure type folk....
http://www.xr650r.co.uk/trickxrs/africa/africa.shtml

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Re: Overland 650R

Post  appleseed on Wed May 20, 2015 3:26 pm

for curiosity sake how much?
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Post  Mauser on Wed May 20, 2015 7:05 pm

There won't be any change out of £5k which is a bargain considering how much has been spent on the bike Smile

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Post  binned_it on Wed May 20, 2015 9:52 pm

Nice.

Reckon mine's as trick tho...








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Re: Overland 650R

Post  Mad Frosty on Thu May 21, 2015 7:25 pm

All Nice except the front light section , but i guess that functionality comes before the looks
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Post  binned_it on Thu May 21, 2015 8:52 pm

Yeah, does look a bit wierd, although it looks worse in pictures for some reason.
It is function over form: battery, fuses and electrical gubbins in the sticky-out bit, plus nav and road book at some point If I get round to a road book rally.

It deflects wind really well, which is a bonus, and the lights are brilliant.
light-weight too.

Will paint or powder coat the nav brackets and box black at some point maybe. Will help the looks.
Trying to ride it now, done fiddling and spending money and time after a long and expensive build. BRP smile

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Re: Overland 650R

Post  binned_it on Thu May 21, 2015 9:02 pm

This is the mods list and replacement parts to-date...

Acerbis 24l tank
Hodakaguy tanker brace
HDB handguards and folding mirrors
HDB top clamp
BRP triple clamp
Scotts under mounted steering damper
Renthal pro taper fat bars - CR high bend
Bar risers
XRs Only pro billet levers
RAID Designs AB MRS headstock mounted rally instrument bracket, with custom headlight brackets and instrument plate
Goodrich braided brake lines
280mm EBC wave disk
Rear wave disk
Moto Pro billet rear disk guard
XRs Only rear caliper guard
XRs Only case saver
BRP chain slider
SM Pro Platinum rims, Bulldog stainless spokes and powder coated hubs (Central Wheel Components UK built)
Nomadic dual-sport rack
Trailtech LIon battery
Trailtech high capacity reg/rec
Marine 12v fuse block
Modified wiring loom
Ignition key (kill switch earth and battery isolator)
Renthal grips
Trailtech headlight
Trailtech Vapor instruments
LED rear lights and plate holder
Trailtech dash and warning lights
HDB Vapor instrument mount/guard
XR650.co.uk seat cover
XR650.co.uk indicators
XRs Only airbox cover mod
IMS foot pegs
Powder coated frame, swing arm and misc parts
New wheel bearings, swing arm, shock linkage and headstock bearings
Rebuilt shock, forks and brake calipers (seals,  fluids, damper rod refurb, bearings and fittings)
New RHS engine case
New gearbox
New clutch assembly
New kick start mechanism and kick arm end
New engine seals and bearings
Top end re-build
New piston rings
New engine bolts, oil pipes and fittings
Silicon hose set
Oversize radiators
XRs Only high pressure radiator cap
XRs Only thermostat
Mikuni pumper carb, cables and fitting kit
Ricochet Bash plate
TwinAir sponge filter
Stainless front exhaust - FMF probably.

Money pit, but keeps me sane having a project.

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