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Swapping DRZ 400SM for DR650 - parts compatibility

Hi to all Suzuki riders! I am planning to swap my 2007 DRZ SM for DR 650. I have spares such as wheels, brake upgrades (discs and brake cilinders) and FCR 39mm carb that I got for my DRZ. Do you know whether they are compatible? Can I swap front fork? Thanks, Normunds.
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There is a big difference between the technology of the 650 and the 400. I'm pretty sure there's not a lot that will swap across.

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Think the engines are completely different to bo be honest mate..

Chains are the same pitch though.

The bar grips might swap over too
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I think the front brake pads are the same!
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THe forks are a straight swap over including i believe the triple trees....
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pretty sure the fcr is a common carb swap, along with tm40's... have a look on thumpertalk for more on it
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