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DR650 by Deus Ex Machina

So what’s idea behind this 1997 Suzuki DR650? Well, the original plan was based around what was being done with a Yamaha SR400. Featuring a simple big engine and frame, the DR650 is probably the biggest single cylinder four-stroke out there. And the bike is pretty much flexible as well; once you get past all that plastic, you’ll discover a motor and frame that’s just waiting to be modded. So what’s not to like? There is enough power, they look awesome when exposed, and the way the guys at Deus Bali prep their rides, it will certainly be one hell of a ride.

The motor was pulled apart for a clean-up, post which it was kitted out with a wrinkle-black HD finish, custom oil cooler and custom reverse cone exhaust with alloy tip. Thrown into the mix was a custom Deus tank and seat combo, CRF suspension and custom tins front and back, along with black 350-18 wheels wrapped with Heidenau rubber. A K&N air filter, sweet little speedo, bullet turn signals, custom chain guard and Ventura street tracker handlebars complete the picture.

Source: Deus Bali

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  1. ” Featuring a simple big engine and frame, the DR650 is probably the BIGGEST single cylinder four-stroke out there.”
    Do you mean when it was born?
    DR Big 750 and 800, KTM 690 and some 660 hit the roads…

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