For sale 2003 Honda XR650R CA Plated $4,000 in Los Angeles

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  1. Big_O

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    Price: $4,500 $4,000
    Location: Los Angeles South Bay, near El Camino College

    This is a very well set up XR650R. I have owned this motorcycle for 3 years and have ridden it approximately 2500 street miles. Total mileage is unknown. I commute daily and this has served as my backup motorcycle when the Ducati is in the shop. Lots of extras listed below. California plated, registration paid until June 2020 and clean title in hand.

    The previous owner was very meticulous about this motorcycle because he rode it to Mexico on adventure trips. I have carried on the good maintenance tradition. Starts on the first kick when warm. In my tenure this bike has only seen easy street riding. I added mirrors, homebrew non DOT turn signals, and Trail Tech Vapor computer. DBZ Products removable saddle bags also come with the bike.

    The suspension was rebuilt by Exceptional Performance 3 years ago and is fully adjustable. Fork gators are in good shape.

    I upgraded the radiators to Fluidyne oversize for extra cooling capacity. New thermostat and all new Mishimoto hoses. There are traces of a coolant leak on the left engine case and this is because I was careful not to overtighten the hose clamps and one sprang a leak. I tightened it and no more leaks.

    I change the oil and filter on annual bases in the spring. I use Motul 300V 15-50 full synthetic and the drain plugs are magnetic.

    I had a gas leak recently from the bowl overflow hose due to a sticky needle, so carburetor rebuild kit was professionally installed.

    Extras include: GPR steering stabilizer, 2 inch risers, Acerbis Rally Pro X hand guards, steel braided front brake line, swing arm powder coated black, XR's Only aluminum skid plate, ManRacks case guards, case saver for front sprocket, shorty levers, XR's Only chain guide and rear disc protector, IMS foot pegs, Warp 9 wheels, RK 520EXW Gold XW ring chain, 14/48 sprockets, IMS 4.6 gallon tank, Tusk gas cap, uncorked exhaust, Ricky stator, Baja Designs 8 inch headlight with LED lamp, 12V outlet, Dirtbagz luggage rack with saddlebags, tail bag for documents and toolkit, service manuals.

    I also have a hitch carrier, a stand, and an extra seat, if you need them we can negotiate a price. Adult owned. You can call or text 31O-626-one-niner-niner-four. Thanks for looking.
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  2. Big_O

    Big_O n00b

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    Bump
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  3. Big_O

    Big_O n00b

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    Bump with price drop
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  4. tron

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    Bump and GLWS for a killer bike. Question for you - which LED lamp did you use in the Baja Designs headlight?
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  5. Big_O

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    It was a 7600LM 60W 6,000k I got off Ebay 3 years ago. I was looking for less current draw because the halogen lamp drew too much current at idle. The LED changed that, plus the visibility is better. Thanks for looking.
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