Alright you slags.
Used to own this. Supermoto'd DT125R 2003. DTX wheels, YZ forks, cut plastics, pinned valve. I blew it up countless times. My all time favourite bike.
then this.. NSR125. Gash red rim tape, pinned valve, full arrow system. Good for about 115mph
Then I got lucky and came into some money, so did my test and went proper supermoto with this. CCM R30 660cc. DR650 engine bored to 660 (more reliable than the 640 rotax engine they did in some of the CCMS.), Supermoto wheels, black plastics and some led DRLs.
Started life like this.
I then swapped it for a 1995 GSXR750 oil cooled WS model.
And then this... Yamaha FZR1000 EXUP streetfighter
Annndddd thennnn this.. HONDA VTR1000 firestorm streetfighter. Was an animal and I loved it, then someone wrote it off.
Hi, I'm Carlos. I'm 28, from Woking, Surrey AND I FUCKING LOVE BIKES.
That brings us to now, and I'm back where I belong with another DT. This ones a 2006 DT125RE with an Athena 170 kit and fresh as fuck engine. Fox graphics, custom exhaust and FMF shorty tailpipe. Needs some work for sure.
Plans are as follows.
- Supermoto wheels
- YZ USD fork conversion (Much the same as my old DT)
- New plastics
- Chain and sprocket kit
- Renthal fat bars
- Grips and levers
- New cables and fluids
- Mount headlight correctly
Anyway, nice to meet you all (Y)
King!of supermotards returns. Girls and Boys this is the supermoto guru, if you have questions on how it's done, this is the guy you speak to!
Tasty machine there. Graphics suit it I reckon!
Look forward in seeing what you do with this one mate!
Wow that's some nice bikes you've had @Carlosrexx !! Looking forward to seeing you get to work on your lovely DT your plans are looking really good wouldn't mind fitting YZ usd forks on my own bike be good to know how that works out and if it's an easy swap over without much modification etc