So I've decided to finally get serious about letting go of my BIG Honda! I hate to see it go, but i want to try something different next summer. Will probably be getting either a 450 quad or a four stroke dirt bike.
I'm asking $4,500 for it. Which i think is fair due to all the extra's it has on it.
It is a 2008 model bought new out of the crate in march of 2010. I'm gonna say it has 50 hours or less on it. I hardly rode it at all this year. It's been well taken care of. Washed and i mean very clean after every ride. Stored in a climate controlled garage. Oil changed very frequently with amsoil 10w-30 synthetic oil and honda oil filter. Air box cleaned and inspected after every ride and the uni air filter cleaned and re-oiled every 2-3 rides depending on how dirty the conditions were. If it was really dusty then i may change it after only one ride. I have 2 uni's that will go with the bike as well. Ask anybody that has rode with me and they'll say i take good care of my bike. It's never been wrecked or rolled or swamped. It runs very good and pulls hard.
Here is a list of aftermarket parts that are on it:
Pro armor Dominator front bumper(black)
Pro armor fat peg nerfs(black)
Pro armor skid plates
HCC black gripper seat cover
tusk black billet gas cap
Houser +1 steering stem w/ anti-vibe clamp and 450r dash
trail tech fat bars in black mid bend
ODI rogue lock on grips
renthal 13 tooth sprocket
L8ton racing 9/16" sway bar. Black bar/black clamp and red bushing
kenda kutter tires front and back 22"(only 3-4 rides on them)*no plugs
Black powdercoated stock wheels
EHS big 3 w/ full barker pipe, lid and programmer(also comes with brand new quiet core/sparky)
Stage 3 hot cam(dealer installed with EHS map on controller)
2 uni filter's
Bike will also come with stock exhaust.
This will make somebody a really good bike. I am in the north eastern part of Kentucky and am will to meet within a reasonable distance to make the deal.
Please note that this bike doesn't have a title. It is not required in Kentucky and i never titled it because of the extra property taxes i would have to pay if i did. The bike was bought by me new from the dealer and i am the only owner. It shouldn't be a problem to title it. If your state requires it. Here is a few crappy iphone picks of how it looks now. I can send more better detailed pics upon request. Thanks for looking.