What a deal! HP2 Enduro for 515.00!!!!!

Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by moosemeat, Apr 19, 2011.

  1. moosemeat

    moosemeat Been here awhile

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    Just drove to MD to pick up my HP2 Enduro I bought for $515.00!!! Was in a garage fire but fuck it rite? New wiring harness, lines, spedo and air cleaner and hpn tank upgrade and I'm still thousands under what they go for. Time to sell my 96 gs with 28k on the odo. any takers?
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  2. Cumminsman76

    Cumminsman76 befuddled

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    Pics of the HP2?
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  3. theblahmonster

    theblahmonster Adventurer

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    Never heard of this bike until now, but wow! 102hp on a dirtbike... you lucky dog!
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  4. sheppie62

    sheppie62 Been here awhile

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    I will give you $514 fo the GS.
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  5. SemperRex

    SemperRex OH YEAH

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    pictures!!!!
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  6. Marc - Australia

    Marc - Australia Been here awhile

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    pictures please!

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  7. Berm_Rooster

    Berm_Rooster Airborne Dirt

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    Pics?
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  8. bracky72

    bracky72 Been here awhile

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  9. Mr. Magoo

    Mr. Magoo n/a

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    I saw that one on a salvage site. I hope it's an easy fix. :deal
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  10. SemperRex

    SemperRex OH YEAH

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    COME ON MAN!!!! GIVE US SOME PICS!!! :becca
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  11. Bill the Bong

    Bill the Bong Supern00ba

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    Just imagine a really black HP2 engine, frame and rims. There you go!!!
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  12. GB

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    You've got yourself a little project..

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  13. Some Dude

    Some Dude what attitude problem???

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    Anything and everything that is rubber or plastic will need to be fixed if it got hot enough for the wiring harness to fry or melt. That means guage cluster, engine/tranny seals, potentially a drive shaft, seat, tank AND sending unit, wiring harness, rear shock, rebuild front forks, grips, sub-wiring harnesses, ECU, etc.

    Should be a fun project, however I'm seeing over $7k in repairs for replacement pieces and then you still don't know what condition the engine/trans are in.
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  14. SemperRex

    SemperRex OH YEAH

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    A little google sleuthing and I found these. Looks like one heck of a project!


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  15. Bill the Bong

    Bill the Bong Supern00ba

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    You could still sell the front tyre to a KLR owner.
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  16. Mr. Magoo

    Mr. Magoo n/a

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    That's the one I saw. ...
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  17. Some Dude

    Some Dude what attitude problem???

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    Ok, double my innitial estimates after seeing that. Hope it's worth $515 in scrap $$$ at least. With as much heat as it saw I wouldn't be surprised if there is warping in the frame material and the little details are going to add up very very quickly like new brake/clutch master cylinders, switch assemblies, sensors, etc.

    I'd have passed on that one, but good luck with it!
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  18. MudSling

    MudSling Been here awhile

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    A pressure washer can clean most of that up... :D
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  19. Magnum1b

    Magnum1b Magnum1b, yes I had one

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    That'll buff out....:rofl
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  20. mnmlst

    mnmlst mnmlst

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    I dunno... yeah it's a heap, but some of the plastic is not completely melted, and the tires didn't pop, so maybe it didn't get ridiculously hot - as in hot enough to screw up the temper on metal bits, but who knows. Unless you're going for a beater dirtbike, dismantle it and part it out. It'll never run right no matter what, and you'll spend a fortune.
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