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Old 12-10-2012, 07:56 AM   #10102
TheMuffinMan
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2005.5 KTM 950 Adventure
36,272 miles (still riding it occasionally in the winter)
$8,000 or $7,000 without the aftermarket wheel, wave rotors, and tank bag.
Located in the metro Denver area
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I'm sad to sell it , but I want something lighter for the steep loose trails out in Colorado and can't afford two bikes with school on the horizon.

PM me with any questions!



Farkles
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-Akrapovic Exhausts w/CJ designs spark arrestors
-CJ Designs Rear Rack w/rotopax mount
-CJ Designs Foot Peg Extenders (long)
-CJ Designs crank cover/crank locking bolt/toolkit adapter
-BDCW Side Stand Relocator
-SuperPlush tuned suspension raised to the 2005.5 'S' spec setup for a 230 lbs rider
-KTM Low seat
-Emig racing 20 Offset billet triple clamps and steering dampener
-Doubletake Mirrors
-Acerbis hand guards
-CJ Designs clutch cooler/reserviour
-Tall touring windscreen
-Cut down stock windscreen
-Touratech GPS mount base plate
-Orange 690 high fender
-Hepco & Becker KTM racks and Ghobi hard cases (missing the rubber corner flaps)
-Powerlet Socket in the glovebox
-Heated grips
-Euro Headlight
-Tripmaster roadbook/dash switch
-SAE power plug to the bar area for a powered tank bag
-Uni Pre-filter and Head2Wind jetting kit for 6000' plus extra jets to return to stock or to adjust to sea level or higher altitude.
-Touratech skid plate
-KTM OEM Crash Bars
-Desmogged/De-SAS'ed
-Woody's Superlaced 21x1.85 black excel 7000 rim with oversized spokes, an orange RAD dual-disc billet hub with Galfer Wave rotors
-Kevlar tank guards
-Head2Wind 2nd radiator fan kit
-.5mm Clutch oil jet (stock also available
-KTM wide side-stand foot
-Right side mirror relocation mount
-Crashbar Stud Upgrade
-Touratech Rear Master Cylinder Guard
-Wolfman Ranier Tank Bag with Powerlet kit for charging devices. Includes rain cover. 17 Liters, 20 expanded.
-Powelet socket in glove box.
-KTM Hard Parts Radiator Grill/Guard
-KTM Frame Guards
-Orange KTM Swingarm bolt covers
-Motion Pro Fork Air Bleeders
-Dual banjo bleeder connector on the front master cylinder.

Maint
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-Dr. Bean's solid-state oem fuel pump kit (installed on a NEW oem fuel pump at 18,500 miles)
-Newer OEM design Cluch Slave with 10,500 miles on it (these units routinely go for 40,000-50,000 miles)
-Battery replaced last year at around 19,000 miles.
-New chain and sprockets at 35,000 miles
-Valve check at 35,000 miles
-Oil change at 35,000 miles
-CJ Designs hardened water pump shaft and seal at 18,500 miles
-New Thermostat at 18,500 miles
-New Radiator Cap at 18,500 miles
-Front TKC-80 about 50%
-Rear Hidenau K-60 about 75%
-Forks and shock were serviced in January 2012 by Superplush with new seals, wipers and internal bits.
-Rear splash guard trimmed (there was a slight amount of rubbing on the swingarm before I trimmed it)
-New Rear brake pads at 30,000 miles
-New Front brake pads (Galfer Sintered HH) at 35,500 miles
-New Woody's Front wheel at 35,500 miles
-New front Galfer wave rotors at 35,500 miles
-Most of the bike's electrical connectors were di-electic greased at 20,000 miles.
-New headlight bulb at 25,000 miles
-New steering head bearings at 33,000 miles
-Last coolant flush was at 27,000 miles.
-Hotcams 10mm Shim Kit included!
-Gear position sensor o-ring replaced at 36,272 miles
-Oil filter door o-ring replaced at 36,272 miles
-One set of copper crush washers for an oil change included
-A couple extra oil filters included
-STE Flowmaster Flowmeter for super quick and easy (no messing around with vaccum gauges) carb syncs included!
-*edit* forgot to say it comes with the service manual.

Spares:
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-Spare original 2005.5 OEM clutch slave. I carry it on long trips just in case, have never needed it.
-Spare original fuel pump, no points.
-Slightly dented stock front wheel with rotors (tire not included)


Notes:
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-Bike runs well, starts up without fuss every time.
-There are a number of cosmetic scratches and dings; it's not a garage queen!
-Rear brake pedal doesn't trigger the brake light.
-Small section of bubbling on the right side tank decal.
-Some surface rust on the crashbars, and rear racks.
-Bearings in stock radiator fan are making some noise.
-There's some clutch drag, the bike's done this since I bought it. A new clutch pack would fix it but I never felt the need.
-Rear rim has a number of tire changing marks, (front rim is shiny and new still!)
-Exhaust pops on decel a bit. It's done this since I bought it.
-The Akra's sound phenomenal


Other:
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-I have a spare set of plastics and stock gas tanks in poor cosmetic condition I was planning on painting with a custom design to have a nice street set. If the buyer wants these I'll sell them for what I bought them for.











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