Xs400 street / flat tracker Build

Tom Winegar

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Just some images of a street tracker conversion I did. Swapped out the tail, got an 18 inch rear wheel, 2-1 pipe, cheap piggybacks, Dunlop k180’s and some bars with a little rise & pullback. Planning to beat on it as a practice bike so I’m good when I get on my tt500 racer. Nothin but mud out there right now though!
 

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Welcome!! A fork brace or fender to help the front end handle much better. With these small 33mm forks it helps greatly. It will also give you a place to attach your front cables.
 
Thanks! I did notice it doing some spaghetti type motions in real tight turns. I’ve got a fender I’ll try makin a little brace outta. Did a few scrub n drifts this morning on her in a dirt lot. That 27 deg rake makes it really nice for holding a drift. Here’s the TT
 

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Nice! Also looks in need of a fork brace. ;) For the xs and maybe the TT I would look at swing arm braces also. A lot of flat trackers use them. I see them on the xs650 a lot.
 
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