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Post  xrmanu on Tue Jun 02, 2009 3:11 pm

My personal bike:
full rebuild with Falicon rod,680 kit, Applied clamps and CRF steering damper, coated frame etc..
Enjoy. Very Happy
More to come.







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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  Clipity on Tue Jun 02, 2009 4:31 pm

That looks great mang. Can't wait to see the finished product.
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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  xrmanu on Tue Jun 02, 2009 5:04 pm

Something like this ... but a little different in colors.
I build this one a time a go for a friend. BRP smile

















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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  Clipity on Wed Jun 03, 2009 3:15 am

I've seen the stuff you posted over on Supermotojunkie.com very nice. 2 thumbs
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Post  Bump on Tue Jun 09, 2009 7:29 pm

Great work!

Clipity wrote:That looks great mang. Can't wait to see the finished product.
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Got a link?

Post  Bump on Tue Jun 09, 2009 7:34 pm

Got a link to Supermotojunkie?

Clipity wrote:I've seen the stuff you posted over on Supermotojunkie.com very nice. 2 thumbs
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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  xrmanu on Tue Jun 09, 2009 10:15 pm

http://www.supermotojunkie.com/showthread.php?t=6441

Here you find some stuff...
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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  xrmanu on Sun Jul 19, 2009 11:48 am





















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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  Thumpmeister on Sun Jul 19, 2009 6:28 pm

First off, let me just say that is one SICK bike... I'd love to have that...

Secondly, a couple questions;
Did you fab up that rear fender yourself; the stocker w/ like a CR 250 fender?
Did you custom build that header? I've always liked the header wrapped around the other side of the engine design; seemed to make sense w/ the way the exhaust port is angled on that side.
Lastly, is that carb the FCR? It looks like it, but I'm not sure...
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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  xrmanu on Sun Jul 19, 2009 7:23 pm

Thx BRP smile

You can find most here:

http://www.supermotojunkie.com/showthread.php?t=83358

The rear fender and panels are from a crf450 '05 : cut and modded to fit,underneath sits the OEM fender (cut).
The carb is a first generation FCR carb (road racing),oval bored to 43mm by the Dutch VHM firm.
I rode the bike today (run in) and the power with the 680 is insane,lifting the front when he comes in the meat of the power (3000 a 4000 rpm) even with 15 x 40 sprockets. 2 thumbs
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Nice work!

Post  Bump on Mon Jul 20, 2009 12:01 am

Been neat to watch this come along.

Good on ya!
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What tank do you use?

Post  denis on Mon Jul 20, 2009 5:59 am

iI Manu,

What tank do you use on your XR?

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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  xrmanu on Mon Jul 20, 2009 8:40 am

It's a Monnier tank with modded '03 CRF shrouds. It's a Swiss firm: http://www.spracing.ch/

In Italia they make alu tanks with CRF '05 shrouds : http://www.blitalia.com/catalogo/dettagli.php?cID=2&pID=5
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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  xrmanu on Mon Aug 03, 2009 12:07 am

Here are some more pics....






































Specs and mods:

-Base: Honda XR650R model 2000

-Engine: - Falicon rod Xr's only HD bearing
- 680cc cylinder: nicasil plated by Luyten (Wiseco.be)
- Modified 102.4mm Wiseco piston
- 11.5/1 copression
- Hotcams stage 2
- Port and polished head,matched intake
- Knibblewhite valves: intake 1mm oversize,exhaust standard size
- Keihin FCR41 bored to 43mm by VHM.nl
- Advantage performance Flex Jet fuel screw
- Light flywheel
- Hi rev CDI
- Modded Twin Air filter with home designed frame
- Airbox mod
- Red CV4 silicone hoses
- Patevo Exhaust (France)
- Case saver (home design)
- Scott Summers clutch mod with a mix of OEM and HRC springs

-Frame: - OEM frame modded to accept CRF steering damper
- Black coated
- CRF 450 '03 Showa Twin chamber fork with SMJ specs valving
- Moddified Applied CRF clamps
- Universal OS handle bar
- Breaking Wave disks front/rear
- Brembo Billet 4 piston (Titanium) caliper Nissin master (old MotoGP stuff)
- Ohlin shock (SM revalved & resprung)
- Modded red Talon hubs laced with black Excel rims (3.25"/5")
- Customs crash bobins
- 15 x 40 sprockets with RK xvw ring chain
- Modded SDG seat

-Bodywork: - CRF '03 Acerbis shrouds on 7l Monnier tank
- CRF '05 Acerbis modded sidepanels rearfender
- Acerbis SM handguards
- Racetech plastic from Hells.de:
- V face headlight
- SM frontfender
- Extreme led rearlight
- H-one unbreakble clutch lever from Hells.de
- Trailtech Vapor dashboard
- Light Speed carbon fork guards
- Modded Orco Concept (France) carbon engine guard

That's all folks ! BRP smile
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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  feelergaugephil on Thu Oct 22, 2009 5:50 am

I must say, that's the FINEST xrr I have seen, wonderful work.

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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  AURORA on Mon Nov 28, 2011 2:56 pm

PLease compare the performance between the 650 and 680 kit.
What compression are you running?
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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  LovePower on Mon Oct 01, 2012 7:48 pm

Thats an inspiration to me. I was thinking to do something like that with a XR 650R and now I found this work. I'm curious, you have any video with your XR?
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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  chrisstonepig on Wed Nov 07, 2012 8:02 am

hi mate i go 1 of 2 engines built for worlid supermoto its 780cc cant wait to get it complete
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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  XAmériX on Tue Nov 18, 2014 12:09 am

The pictures are dead, someone have there on his computer please ?
I would to see this XR BRP smile

I've the same question posted by Aurora.
What about your feelings with 680 cc ?
Maybe an other guy had lived this experience ?
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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  xrmanu on Tue Nov 18, 2014 10:16 pm

Hello ,

you can see them on my FB page here:

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.307714032603214.70070.307704402604177&type=3


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There are a lot of other project bikes on those pages.. this is on of my latest 650R projects


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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  XAmériX on Wed Nov 19, 2014 1:13 pm

Thanks for your answer...
She is very nice... My new model ahaha
You are too on suoermotojunkie no ? I had see a near motorbike

I would see this page later, Thank you very much
All of Xr were yours ?
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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  xrmanu on Wed Nov 19, 2014 10:13 pm

The 680 is mine, others are project bikes for clients or to sell in my shop.
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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  XAmériX on Wed Nov 19, 2014 10:35 pm

You make a great job ... the last bike (10 november) is nice, a lot of work
I would to think about put my bike into your hands; you accept french XR ? BRP smile

Between 650 and 680, you had a lot of difference ?
I have never read a report about this preparation and I would to remake my engine ... so it's could be interessant to know.
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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  xrmanu on Wed Nov 19, 2014 10:47 pm

Bring those French XR's on ! BRP smile Je parle un petit peu le français. Very Happy

680 is alot of torque , combined with the right mods (stage 2 cam,big valves,big carb and special CDI) it's sometimes scary...but tooo much fun.
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Re: XR680 build/rebuild

Post  BuRP on Thu Nov 20, 2014 9:42 am

xrmanu wrote:680 is alot of torque

Je ne parlez pas Francais, je m'excusez - however, don't you think it's atrocious voor een Belg om dit niet te kunnen? BRP smile Bump
680/650 = 1.04 >> 4% more torque for a 680cc when compared to a std bored one!
You also say "a lot" more, quite like plenty dudes do on the net..... but it's only a measly gain of 4% ?
I'll never do it, boring out the perfect nikasil bore to gain what, next to nothing? Suuure, cam, valves, carb etc, but if you do that to a 'std' angine then you basically have the same - less bragging rights of a 'big bore' engine of course.
Quite different if you hop-up a 250 to 300 or 320 or thereabouts, that IS a real difference!
My 2c's, feel free to splash out dear dollar on a 680 kit naughty
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