Thanks, moooboy and GoMotor!
Now, wouldn't you know . . . he's just gone off an bought a CB1100, and has his KLR650 up for sale!
Here's an extract from his post on another website; if interested, I'll help you contact him:
I have fallen for a Honda CB 1100 and the wife says the KLR has to go. It runs perfectly, has a few scratches from two parking lot drops, and the right fairing panel has a piece broken off (see last photo). And it could use a bath. $4200.
So, in no particular order...
2011. Burnt Orange (says the Texan).
10357 miles. I will ride it a bit, so your mileage may vary.
685 kit added when new.
Oil changed at 200, 1000, and every 3000 after that.
Carb rejetted and slide drilled.
Eagle Mike Dohickey done.
MEFO tires with 3200 miles. Many miles left both front and rear.
SW Motek engine guards and Ebay highway pegs.
Leo Vince X3 slip-on (New OEM exhaust included).
Nearly new YUASA sealed battery.
JNS skid plate.
Gaffer Steel brake line in front.
Fork tuned by Rick at Cogent Dynamics.
Progressive rear suspension (465 series... the adjust-on-the-fly one). New OEM shock included.
Eagle Mike fork brace.
Moose Racing foot pegs.
16 tooth front sprocket.
Center stand and lift handle (Happy Trails? Anyhow, it's removed).
Corbin low seat (OEM seat installed now).
1" Lowering links installed. I think I still have the OEM ones.
OEM wind screen installed, Cee Bailey tall screen included.
Oxford heated grips. Better-than-OEM contoller installed on dash.
License bracket deleted (OEM is here someplace).
ADMORE tail light and LED flashing brake light.
LED dash lights.
Acerbis Supermoto ront fender, lowered.
1.5" bar risers. Longer cables installed.
Spare clutch cable run alongside original.
Pelican side cases and tool tube, with locks.
Generic top case.
Stebel dual-tone horn. The loud one.
Two 12v. plugs and three auxiliary switches on dash. One switch wired to the heated grips. One 12v plug needs to be replaced.
Critical wiring rewrapped.
Several custom wiring fixes done by forum member Alpheus.
A couple of oil filters, oil, etc.
There must be more, but that's all that comes to mind.