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Old 02-18-2013, 10:06 AM   #6406
Studly Adventurer
Joined: May 2005
Location: Located in Moncure, NC
Oddometer: 704
Originally Posted by Klay View Post
$1900 is a little steep for such an old bike...the book value of my 2001 model is only $1000. But dual sport bikes can sell far above book value if they're in very good condition with low miles. They're good right out of the box, but if you intend to make a lot of short trips, or if you plan on running the bike in cool weather, it's very helpful to re-jet the carb so it isn't so cold-blooded.

It's hard to beat the simplicity and functionality of a DR200.
And they havent changed much if at all. I think $1800 would be fair if its in really good shape and running smooth.

I would do the carb before anything else, and that involves cutting a hole in the air box as well. I did that to mine and it made the biggest difference to drive ability.
2007 Yamaha TW200
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