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The others are all built to a higher standard than the old XS650. If they develop mechanical issues, it will almost solely be due to maintenance neglect.
 
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Originally Posted by 02SE
The others are all built to a higher standard than the old XS650. If they develop mechanical issues, it will almost solely be due to maintenance neglect.
Yeah, I had one and it wasn't all that. It was basically a Triumph knockoff with much less quality.
 
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1976 Yamaha RD400 (still have it) and 1984 Honda VF700 Interceptor and 1975 Kawasaki KX250 (don't have those anymore).

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84 Honda VF700-2.jpg


75 Kawasaki KX250-1.jpg
 
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This was my 1971 XS1, I had it for 15 years, always like this, although mostly with slash cuts....just a fun rat bike. [Linked Image] [Linked Image]
 
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Something not seen much in the US, my 1987 Honda XLV750 - one of those bikes you wish you never sold. [Linked Image] [Linked Image] [Linked Image] [Linked Image] [Linked Image]
 
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RE: RD400 I really liked the RD350. Back in the day they called it the "Giant Killer" I couldn't find a used one at that time and bought a 70's 350 Suzuki two cycle twin instead.
 
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