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Old 01-23-2013, 07:42 PM   #10306
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Thanks, Blake

That's kind of what I thought, but I'm still sort of a newb around these parts and don't wanna overstep
Thanks for putting a price up. It's much easier to pass your ad around with a price. Swaeeeeeet machine.
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Old 01-23-2013, 07:47 PM   #10307
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Still needing to thin the herd!

2008 Yamaha WR250X. On Craigslist for $3,500. Inmate price $3,300.

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Old 01-23-2013, 11:13 PM   #10308
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2000 DRZ400E



This is the earlier E model (2000-2002) which runs higher compression, better cams, and a better carb than the later DRZ models. Hard to find a stock engined DRZ with this much power.

This bike has approximately 200 miles since I rebuilt the top end.

Fires up whenever I want it to, without issue.

Titled and street legal.

It isn't a show bike and gets ran in the dirt, snow, and mud. It is for riding and riding hard.

The good:

Fresh Wiseco piston
Rekluse Z-start Pro
MRD Pro Comp exhaust
Kickstart added to supplement the electric start
New sealed battery
FCR39 recently rebuilt
Jetting is spot on
R&D Flexjet / extended fuel jet
Thumper Talk manual cam chain tensioner
Scotts sharkfin
Acerbis handguards
Raptor petcock
Thumpertalk skid plate
S Sprockets - 15/44
200 miles on the new chain
Sisneros Speed Works quick pull throttle
Renthal bars
New grips
S model radiators for better cooling
Electric fan, not hooked up yet
IMS pegs
Rox Risers


The bad:


Needs tires, the knobbies on there are around 40%, if that
Fork seals have started to weep
Electric fan isn't hooked up
Brake light stays on, just for show
Getting to be brake pad time
The clutch isn't needed with the Rekluse so it's just left unhooked down by the crankcase
The exhaust is for an S model so the mid mount hole is about 1/2" off. It's still solid.
I can think of three holes that need tapped

I will include an S subframe w/ airbox which will take care of two of the holes needing tapped (on airbox) as well as the misaligned exhaust mount (on subframe).

2500 OBO

Will trade for a later KTM 300 or a KDX220 or 200 in GREAT shape

Title in hand

Text or call 321-328-7399

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Old 01-24-2013, 04:31 AM   #10309
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Old 01-24-2013, 06:02 AM   #10310
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Nope. Nice try, though, Rob
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:11 AM   #10311
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Wishing i had the cash to buy that WR and still have time to sell my DRZ. The amount of Travel i do i want EFI!

GLWS good deal!
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:29 AM   #10312
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Working a deal, but let's just say... its F-F-F-F-F-F-F-FAST

Fast in the dirt or the street?
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:33 AM   #10313
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New Seiko Monster 200mt Dive watch

This is the new SRP313J1 mechanism and not the older SKX779

Only worn a few times.

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Old 01-24-2013, 09:31 AM   #10314
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Fast in the dirt or the street?

Fast on the street. I'm not quite ready for fast on the dirt... the DRZ will keep me busy through this season, at least. Next year? Who knows? I'm hoping there's a plated KTM thumper in my future very soon

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Old 01-24-2013, 03:34 PM   #10315
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2000 DRZ400E



This is the earlier E model (2000-2002) which runs higher compression, better cams, and a better carb than the later DRZ models. Hard to find a stock engined DRZ with this much power.

This bike has approximately 200 miles since I rebuilt the top end.

Fires up whenever I want it to, without issue.

Titled and street legal.

It isn't a show bike and gets ran in the dirt, snow, and mud. It is for riding and riding hard.

The good:

Fresh Wiseco piston
Rekluse Z-start Pro
MRD Pro Comp exhaust
Kickstart added to supplement the electric start
New sealed battery
FCR39 recently rebuilt
Jetting is spot on
R&D Flexjet / extended fuel jet
Thumper Talk manual cam chain tensioner
Scotts sharkfin
Acerbis handguards
Raptor petcock
Thumpertalk skid plate
S Sprockets - 15/44
200 miles on the new chain
Sisneros Speed Works quick pull throttle
Renthal bars
New grips
S model radiators for better cooling
Electric fan, not hooked up yet
IMS pegs
Rox Risers


The bad:


Needs tires, the knobbies on there are around 40%, if that
Fork seals have started to weep
Electric fan isn't hooked up
Brake light stays on, just for show
Getting to be brake pad time
The clutch isn't needed with the Rekluse so it's just left unhooked down by the crankcase
The exhaust is for an S model so the mid mount hole is about 1/2" off. It's still solid.
I can think of three holes that need tapped

I will include an S subframe w/ airbox which will take care of two of the holes needing tapped (on airbox) as well as the misaligned exhaust mount (on subframe).

2500 OBO

Will trade for a later KTM 300 or a KDX220 or 200 in GREAT shape

Title in hand

Text or call 321-328-7399
That's not an oil leak on the left side of the cylinder. It's some organic goo from a mud dobber or something of the sort. I think.









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Old 01-24-2013, 07:35 PM   #10316
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Fast on the street. I'm not quite ready for fast on the dirt... the DRZ will keep me busy through this season, at least. Next year? Who knows? I'm hoping there's a plated KTM thumper in my future very soon

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2012 BMW K1300S (Barely Broken In!) In da houzzzzzzzz-ah!

Let the mud-sliding begin
Congrats David! I rode an inmates K1200S and the ergos about killed me.

I hope that it fits you better!
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:51 PM   #10317
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That's not an oil leak on the left side of the cylinder. It's some organic goo from a mud dobber or something of the sort. I think.


Mmmmm, me thinks that's not a mud dobber. It's the weep hole for the water pump.
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:59 PM   #10318
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David: How the hell are you going to get that over Gore Pass in the mud this spring?



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Old 01-24-2013, 08:10 PM   #10319
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Mmmmm, me thinks that's not a mud dobber. It's the weep hole for the water pump.
I was thinking weep hole for the spark plug recess


(sharp 13S David!)
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:44 PM   #10320
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220V Industrial oven

Wanna cook a 80lb turkey? Maybe start a powder coating business? Maybe heat treat titanium bicycle frames?

Roughly 3ft x 3ft x 4ft interior industrial oven with computer controller that will enable you to program profiles for just about anything.

I used it to dry polycarbonate sheet and heat treat composite molds, worked great.

Full price gets help loading it into your trailer, more than full price and I might help you get it all the way to your shop

A steal at $600

Goes up on CL Saturday morning at $800





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