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Scramblers have been around some 50yrs now. Like the British Cafe Racer scramblers were born in the SW USA when guys converted their street bikes into the first Dual Sport bikes. Ducati has a whole slew of 'scramblers' which are now their best selling bike. What is old is now new again. A lot of manufacturers are jumping on the scrambler resurgence...Triumph, BMW and even HD came out with one some 4yrs ago.

Yep, "scrambler" in this context is a look or style...not an actual scrambler in the original meaning since KLR's are already offroad bikes.

From an interesting article on the subject;

Scramblers may seem like a new fad, but they’ve actually been around for a really long time. The “scramblers” you see becoming so popular now are a kind of “2.0 version” of the scrambler, a style resurrected from it’s heyday during the 1960’s and earlier.

The origin of scramblers is a lot like that of café racers, where club racers in the early twentieth century would take the standard, all-purpose motorcycles built at the time and modify them for maximum performance in their races. But where café racers would race a road course (“from one café to another,” as the story goes), scrambler races would take the fastest line between two points – yup, even if that meant driving through fields, over mud, through streams, and anywhere else!

These “as the crow flies” race courses meant that the bikes had to be able to transition seamlessly from road to widely varying terrain, then back to road again. To make their bikes suitable for these all-terrain races, bikes were stripped down to shave weight for speed, given taller suspensions, fitted with spoked wheels and knobby tires, and high exhaust pipes for ground clearance (all essential components of the scrambler aesthetic to this day.) The style evolved over the decades, but as motocross racing grew in popularity in the 1960s, and manufacturers developed purpose-built dirt bikes for off-road racing, modifying road bikes into scramblers eventually died out.

Now you might be thinking “if scramblers were meant to switch seamlessly back and forth between pavement and off-road, wouldn’t the modern day equivalent of a scrambler be…a dual-sport?” If so, you would probably be right. These days, “scrambler” describes more of a look than a purpose; it’s a vintage bike style that captures the stripped-down, raw, nostalgic appeal of the scramblers of yesteryear, as opposed to being built to actually shred on- and off-road.


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KAWASAKI KLR650 SCRAMBLER

Why do scramblers exercise such a power of attraction over most of us?

Doubtless because they symbolize Freedom with a capital F, with a dual personality as a universal bike, fast on and off road.

Faced with the prospect of a quiet afternoon out on your bike, far from the stresses of daily life, it’s difficult to know where your mood will take you. On or off road? Why not both? It’s great to be able to allow yourself to go where the fancy takes you, with no restrictions on ground clearance or choice of tyres.

That’s exactly what inspired us for this new Garage de Félix project. To produce a bike that is simple, easy, versatile, and… bewitching.

So we started off from the base of a 1995 Kawasaki KLR 650. Its twin cam and liquid cooling set it apart from its competitors of the period, making it quite sporty on the engine side. What’s more, it turned out to be a very solid frame too. In short, the ideal basis for this sort of project. Let’s take a look at the modifications:

The rear subframe has been removed and replaced with one we fabricated ourselves, with the aim of significantly simplifying the whole thing.

An aluminium tank from a Yamaha XT500 makes a good replacement for the original one, and is given a paint job done specially for Garage de Félix.

The engine has changed colour, along with the wheels, fitted with Continental TKC tyres, to take on a most effective satin black finish. The whole of the block has obviously been completely rebuilt.

A new electrical circuit from the MOTOGADGET catalogue, reputed for its high-quality, reliable components, has replaced the existing one, simplifying it and thereby optimizing its working.

Prior to reassembly, the frame has been given an epoxy paint finish that, quite apart from its aesthetic qualities, also increases the life of the metal, and is trimmed with brushed aluminium mudguards, to round off the elegance of the whole thing.

The RIZOMA premium accessories brand provides handlebars and indicators, complementing a great many parts from our usual suppliers.

An ingenious system of foot-rests can be added, if you so wish, to allow for the possibility of a pillion, provided for in the design of the shape and proportions of the seat, made by Vincent Bouffort seat-makers.

Just like all our projects, this Scrambler benefits from meticulous assembly, and like all one-off works, it is identified by the numbered plate that is a feature of all Garage de Félix bikes.

This is indisputably the ideal companion for getting off the beaten track…

Sours: https://www.felixautomoto.com/en/blog/kawasaki-klr650-scrambler-n12
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1987 klr650 tracker

Greetings,

I recently purchased an ’87 klr 650 from a neighbor. I saw it sitting in his driveway for a year for a year, not moving, so I left a note on it one day, and about a month later he called and asked if I still wanted to buy it. So, for $700 its now sitting in my backyard. It’s got 25k miles and appears to be in pretty good shape but it’s not running yet, so time will tell. It’s not starting because, I believe, the battery is dead. After filling it up with water and charging it, there’s still not enough charge to start it. The headlight will come on, but if you flip it to high beam, it dies again. Hopefully that’s the only thing keeping it from running. Next paycheck I’m going to order an alien motion AM8.
My plan for the bike is to strip it down and make it a hybrid street tracker, scrambler, and super moto. KLR650 customs appear to be nearly non-existent, but hopefully someone out there can chime in with some suggestions.

Plans include:
Removal of all the plastics, fenders, and fairings
Round headlight
New handlebar and it looks like the hand controls, throttle, and grips are in need of replacement
Road oriented tires
Removal of the airbox and fitting of a pod filter
New flat/brat style bench seat
Lowering link for rear shock and lowering the front forks a bit
Supertrapp s/c elite 10” muffler (if I can get it to fit on the stock header somehow)
New “standard” tank
16T front sprocket
Eagle mike fork brace (maybe I’ll paint the forks too?)
Brake upgrades (haven’t decided yet)

Here’s some bikes that have inspired this project and that I will shamelessly copy details from:
http://crossedpurpose.lincolnblack.com/tag/klr650/
http://advrider.com/index.php?thread...roject.730162/
http://imgur.com/Vjlg17S,OmKwWdP,ZA9...YS2NT3,KiJ8RMB
http://www.bikeexif.com/suzuki-dr650

The first big issue I’d like to tackle is finding and fitting a new tank. This week, I was perusing ebay and saw a 1979 xr500 tank that was very cheap, so I bought it impulsively. I removed the stock tank this weekend and learned it’s going to be much more difficult than I thought to fit a new tank. It looks like I’ll need to relocate the radiator to the outside of the frame tubing and move it further down to make room for a more “standard” tank.

Has anyone moved or relocated the radiator on a KLR or on their build? I’ve seen the dual radiator mod for the klr650, but haven’t found anyone that has actually moved it. I guess this is why everyone uses air cooled bikes for their projects!

It appears the bike featured in the crossed purpose link above (also an ’87 klr) has not only a relocated radiator, but a different radiator. I was thinking of finding a motorcycle radiator that is more horizontal and getting it mounted on the outside of the frame tube. Do I just need to make sure that it’s of comparable size to the stock radiator? Any other issues?
If anyone else has fitted a standard metal tank to a KLR, I’d appreciate any tips or advice. It appears a Honda cg125 tank is the default choice for customs like this, so I might order one and see if it'll fit with fewer modifications.

 

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