Our Suzuki DRZ400SM is currently setup in "Adventure Supermoto" trim. We've been using the bike for commuting and some day trips. Here's how she's currently spec'd out...
When we first got this bike, the only modification it had was a SuperTrapp muffler. It was loud and sorta ugly. The first thing we did was replace the entire exhaust system with our FMF Q4 Exhaust Package, which consists of an FMF Q4 muffler and FMF PowerBomb header. At the same time, we did the 3x3 airbox mod, and replaced the OEM air filter with a No Toil two stage foam filter and re-jetted the carb with a DynoJet Jet Kit. I couldn't be happier with this setup.... the FMF system sounds great, it's quite a bit lighter than the stock exhaust, and it adds a significant amount of performance. Here are the links to the mods we did...
Like all dual sport bikes, the stock rear tail light and front/rear turn signals on the DRZ400's are very large in size and not very easy on the eyes. We wanted something that would really clean up the rear fender of the bike and we also wanted to get rid of the big front turn signals. Since we wanted to add handguards to the bike right off the bat, we went with our Zeta Armor Handguard Package with built-in turn signals. This really cleans up the front of the bike. Out back we ditched the huge stock tail light and turn signals, replacing them with our nice and compact DRC Edge2 Integrated Tail Light Kit. We disabled the integrated turn signal feature of that tail light and used DRC Type 601 LED turn signals which are bolted up to the side of the tail light. These simple changes make the bike look WAY better!! We also replaced the stock headlight with an Acerbis LED Vision headlight and Cyclops LED headlight bulb. Here are the links to the mods we did...
The stock footpegs on the DRZ400 didn't offer much grip and were very narrow. We decided to add a pair of DRC Wide footpegs, which have a wider step width than the stock pegs, making them more comfortable and grippier too. Already discussed above, the Zeta Armor Handguards with built-in turn signals look great and eliminate the big ugly stock front turn signals. Here's a list of the mods we've done...
The OEM Chain Guide and Chain Cover were one of the first things we took off the bike. The Z Carbon Chain Guide and Chain Cover bolted right on and look awesome. We also added Z Carbon Frame Guards to protect the frame from scratches...they look great too. We also replaced the drive cover (front sprocket) with a Z Carbon piece. Last but not least are the beautiful Lightspeed Carbon Fiber Engine Case Guards, which protect the sides of the engine and waterpump from damage. Here are links to these mods...
Our stock front fender was a little scratched up and that gave me the perfect excuse to replace it. I wanted something a little bit smaller, with vents in the rear of the fender. Acerbis's Supermoto fender fit the bill perfectly. We also decided to spruce up the bike a bit, so we added a trick looking Acerbis LED Vision headlight, a Zeta Gas Cap in Blue, and replaced our stock radiator hoses with new ones from DRC, in red... looks great on the bike.
The stock brakes on our DRZ400SM weren't the greatest, so we wanted to get them upgraded right away. We went with Galfer Brake Lines front and rear, and their Kevlar/Ceramic brake pads. This setup is awesome... much more responsive and better overall feel in the front brake lever and rear brake pedal.
DRC Dura Rear Sprocket, Black, 43T (stock size is 41T)
EK 520 MVXZ X-Ring Dual Sport Chain, Gold
Wolfman Luggage makes some of the best bags on the market for the dual sport, supermoto, and off-road rider. On our DRZ Supermoto we use their Peak Tail bag, mounted to a Scaggs cargo rack, to carry around personal items, as well as a small tool kit. For day trips and commuting, we also throw on a pair of Daytripper Saddle Bags.
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