Congrats on the low mileage bike! I recently took mine apart to find out that the PO had upgraded the doohickey, installed a progressive suspension, a K&N air filter, recessed magnetic drain plug, etc... all un-advertised. I'll cross my fingers you get lucky. There are tons of REALLY great videos on youtube to walk through the Doohickey swap.
EDIT: Plus, I found the original stock Doo in the bag of crap he gave me with the bike. The receipt showed it was replaced at 18K miles (the bike is currently at 22K) and the stock doo is in pretty much perfect condition as far as I can see. Sometimes you get lucky. You've got to figure, MAYBE 10% of KLR owners ever even switch out the doo proactively. I'm sure the failure rate is lower than hype would suggest. But then again, my knowledge is limited. It's just my speculation.
Last edited by edaggett; 05-04-2018 at 04:13 PM.