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Suzuki DR 650, Carthage, NC
Like it says...
2004 Suzuki DR 650.
16,000 ish miles
Questions? Please send an email to ronoyler @ gmail dot com
I'll get a pic of the VIN later if you REALLY want it, but the title is clean and clear and sitting in a folder at home.
I bought this bike to get back on the street after my knee surgery, and it has proven to be a great bike, but I miss having a sport bike for the street, so this one is going to go. I put some time and effort into setting it up well, and it cranks and runs excellent.
MRA wind shield
Pro Billet rear rack
Running lights for additional night time lighting
Supertrapp exhaust with DynoJet jet kit
K&N filter and air box mod.
Bark buster hand guards.
Race Tech cartridge emulators in the forks
Cogent Dynamics custom build shock in the rear.
Currently wearing a white super moto front fender.
DRZ250 tail light (Flush fit rather than that bulky stock light)
Suzuki gel seat
Maxxis street front tire and currently wearing an Avon Road Ridere street rear tire. I have a brand new Avon Road Rider front sitting here as well as knobbies for off road.
Cheapo EBay top box which lost the mounting tabs, so I use a couple bungies to keep the front of the box in place now, which works fine. The whole thing can be removed easily if someone does not like having it on there.
Motor has had the base gasket replaced, which is problematic on these, so that's done.
I have the original exhaust, rear fender, front fender, carb needle and jet, and hand guards.
This bike will keep up with pretty much any sport bike up to 100mph, but that's going to be the top end. On a road like Deals Gap, it's a VERY hard bike to beat!
There is a ding in the tank on the left side, courtesy of my son. Minor scuffs on the plastics
I am asking $3000 is it sits. There is $900 into the suspension alone, and the rest of the bike is very clean and one heck of a daily commuter bike.
Can provide updated and detailed pics as requested.
MSgt USMC (Retired)
Too many bikes to list!
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