Discussion in 'Super Moto' started by Coffee, Nov 1, 2013.
Want one as a commuter!!!
What's that silver box under the subframe?
For overflow from fuel.
I have started transforming the 2011 TE630 I picked up from Halls last weekend into my permanent Motard. Got the Warp9 wheels originally purchased for my TE310R on the bike. I had to swap the 220mm rotor from the 630 onto the rear wheel. When I mounted the front wheel, I realized the caliper bracket I had for the 310R wouldn't work on the 630. Called Warp9, they have the correct one in the mail. FMF Powercore will be here today and will go on this weekend. I plan to try it out next week and then decide if I need more juice. If so, PCV will be next. I am chomping at the bit to ride this thing!
Saw a pretty nice 250 Motard in the back of a guys truck in Downtown Coronado, CA today. Why it was in the back of a truck and not shredding the streets I have no idea.
hangin in the da nado hood again??
Yup, they reeled me back in.
2012 TE 511 just finished converting it still dusty from dirt riding....need a better camera apparently
2012 TE449, picture is from 2 months ago... before i got hit by a car. New and improved version getting close to completion
Hey brett8b where did you get the number plates?
What's the aluminum thing on the left side of the subframe?
Overflow can for fuel
So, I'm converting my old left kicker with Honda wheels
Washed my other baby too
Londin - Can you point me in the direction of where you obtained your two catch cans - overflow for fuel and the black one at the front (guessing coolant or oil catch can). Both look very nice. Cheers
My old CCM 644DS was getting a bit long in the tooth, so I got myself a Husky 630SM. Can´t complain ... only that it´s too HEAVY and not as agile as the CCM. I only use it for longer commutes and spend more time on the CCM. So invested (heavily) on refurbing the old CCM Suzuky single pot motor, new brake discs, suspension refurbed etc. and would sell the Husky in a wink if CCM pulled it´s thumb out and put one of their 449 engines in their existing bonded frame and offered it as a motard. Only wish I´d got myself a Husky 449 motard at the time. Riding the CCM AND the Husky 630 almost every day, the comparison is devastating, showing how much better CCM designed their DS. Like the difference between a butcher´s dog and a fast elephant.
Coolant: Front one for the coolant is a drink bottle - can be bought in any store almost!
Fuel: Rear one is for fuel - custom made.
Oil: Not on photo but i have the ZipTy one