For sale 2007 Honda XR650R Adventure build. Price reduced-$4800 *40*mi

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  1. james.caccia

    james.caccia Adventurer

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    Price drop- $4800- *40* miles- Street titled
    near Raleigh, NC

    If you were ever looking for an ADV XR650R, this is probably what you're looking for. If you have any questions at all, just ask!- I'm more familiar with this bike than I've been with any bike I've ever had.
    Here is a thread documenting some of the build-
    https://advrider.com/f/threads/xr650r-adventure-build.1298441/

    2007 Honda XR650R- street titled
    • *40* miles on fresh motor rebuild- Brand new crank and piston
    • Mikuni TM40 pumper carb
    • Acerbis 6.3g tank w/ Hodoka guy tanker brace
    • Leo Vince Header
    • Leo Vince Enduro X3 muffler
    • Borynack valve and shims on both fork and shock
    • Race Tech and Eibach springs front/rear
    • Seat Concepts seat
    • Reinforced subframe assembly to carry luggage
    • Oil sight tube
    • Tusk handlebars, Rox risers, ODI grips, Acerbis handguards
    • Tusk/ BD hybrid DSK with low-pro blinkers
    • XRs Only Pegs
    • XRs only + Topar racing case saver combo
    • Topar Racing rear brake guard
    • Waterproof USB port
    • Stahlbus oil drain valve
    • Swingarm buddies
    • Brand new Shinko 244s front/rear
    • New front brake rotor. Recent rear brake rotor. Front/rear pads.
    • Probably a bunch of little things I can't recall, just ask any specific questions
    • Rims have a coat of black enamel on them that is chipped (served it's purpose)
    Comes with a ton of extra parts-
    • Clarke 4.3 gallon tank and stock tank
    • 200w Stator
    • Stock carb
    • Air filters, oil filters, fork boots, etc.
    I built this bike over the course of 1.5 yrs to ride the Trans America Trail, starting with a more or less stock BRP and doing everything I could think of to increase reliability and function. The bike started eating a thrust washer (not overly common, but documented in the forums as a spacing issue from the factory) in Colorado and got a $2k rebuild with a new crank and piston from Topar Racing. Since then the bike has barely been broken back in with approximately 40 miles.

    For what it’s worth- I rode the rest of the TAT on a very trick DR650 and it wasn’t in the same universe as this bike in regards to suspension, handling, or power.

    Stock rims have a coat of black enamel on them that is chipped (served it's purpose) and can be stripped or recoated easily.

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  2. james.caccia

    james.caccia Adventurer

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  3. enduro16

    enduro16 Long timer

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    What was the purpose of the black paint on the rims?
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  4. james.caccia

    james.caccia Adventurer

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    Photogenic for the big ride :thumbup
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  5. amockalypsenow

    amockalypsenow dirtybiker

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    What’s with the oil drain plug?
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  6. james.caccia

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    It’s a Stahlbus Oil drain valve. It has a quick connect with a short hose attached so you can get the oil away from the frame and direct the flow into a container without any mess. Worth every bit of $50 on the XRR.
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  7. jefenger

    jefenger n00b

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    You have documentation of the rebuild?
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  8. james.caccia

    james.caccia Adventurer

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    I do, it makes me cry a little bit to look at but it’s all documented.
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    You have documentation of the rebuild?w
    I bet. Did you have the shop use new OEM? Or were parts pulled from a donor?
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  10. james.caccia

    james.caccia Adventurer

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    OEM parts. Bump for new price! If you’re interested let me know and we’ll talk.
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  11. jefenger

    jefenger n00b

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    I keep coming back to look at this bike -- it's so clean. I saw in your build thread that you re-did the suspension - how's the setup for adv style riding? What weight is it setup for?
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  12. james.caccia

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    I had to finish up the TAT on a DR650 will full Cogent suspension and I’d say it was about 25% as good as the XR. I’m about 200lbs and the XR feels great with just me or me +60lbs of gear.
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    More parts included
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  14. james.caccia

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    Bump for price drop. I also have all the rare/expensive XR specific tools.
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    james.caccia Adventurer

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    Bump!
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    james.caccia Adventurer

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    Ugh
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    Still bumpin
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