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post #1 of 4 Old 08-28-2019, 02:40 PM Thread Starter
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SOLD - ‘16 klr 650 - only 400 miles - $4,900

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This is a steal. I have a '16 with 400 miles that I just don't have the time to use. It’s still in its factory break-in period. I don't think there's much more you could upgrade. These are the mods I can remember ($'s after description is what I paid). I have a scuff (one barely visible) on each side of the new cowling from leaning it over. I leaned it against my son's go cart and then pulled it back over trying to straighten it back up (bad day). There are some scuffs on the rear covers just from taking them on and off and from moving homes. That rear cover seems to scuff so easily. You just need to see the bike to appreciate it. You're getting an essentially new motorcycle with all the upgrades for less than base retail. It's well worth any travel to get it. I'm in Steamboat Springs, CO. Who wouldn't want a late summer trip to the mountains?

I put in over $3,000 in upgrades.

Cogent DDC Complete Fork Upgrade Package Suspension Kit - $310
Cogent Moab Shock (also have original) - $640
New Mefo Explorer tires, front and back - $350
Seat Concepts comfort seat - low - $175
Black cowling - $200
KLR Dash - $130
Zero Gravity smoke windscreen - $90
SW Moto crash bars - $240
JNS Engineering skid plate - $150
ProTaper handlebars Evo Magnesium (plus original and another Evo) - $100
Lexx Mxe exhaust ( 2 types of silencers) - $250
Kawasaki Trans Tank Bag - $105
Tusk panniers and frame (not even installed yet) - $400
Tusk billet foot pegs - $60
Upgraded side mirrors
Doohickey upgrade - Eagle Mike
Airbox hole mod
Carb needle mod
Upgraded headlight

I will also include the brand new original factory tires, the original suspension spring and I have another ProTaper handlebar.

I have to figure out how to add pictures.

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post #2 of 4 Old 08-28-2019, 03:01 PM
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post #3 of 4 Old 08-28-2019, 03:18 PM
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some nice upgrades! Good luck with the sale

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post #4 of 4 Old 08-30-2019, 12:46 AM
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That is a crazy good deal!!
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