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Old 08-28-2020, 09:33 PM   #1
Inner Nerd
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Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: San Jose, CA
Motorcycles: 16 Ural cT
Name: Max
SOLD * 2006 DR-Z400SM + set of Excel dirt wheels

If you're looking for a DR-Z400SM that pulls hard, and is ready for dirt, then look no further!
For sale is a well sorted and maintained 2006 DR-Z400SM with a set of dirt wheels.

18162 Miles
Clean title
Cosmetically good condition, mechanically very good condition
Current on maintenance, last oil change & new air filter at 18,000 miles.
Recently replaced T31 evo 120/70/17 front tire and S20 150/50/17 rear tire and tubes <100 miles ago.
Recently replaced wheel spacers and bearing seals.
New fork seals and oil <1000 miles ago.
Been tipped over a couple times, but not by me.
Bike tracks straight and true

It also has a bunch of tasty mods:
FCR-39 Carb! (properly jetted)
3x3 mod
Yoshimura RS-3 full exhaust (spark arrestor included)
Seat Concepts low comfort seat
KoubaLink lowering link (for all you vertically challenged people)
1-1/8" bar adapter/15mm riser
ProTaper 1-1/8" bars
1/4 turn throttle
Smoked DRC Edge2 taillights
Smoked LED turn signals (with the correct flasher relay)
Thumpertalk case savers
SM fender
Senge graphics kit (Don't look at me like that, this was the previous owner's doing)
Replaced a bunch of the funky mix/match bolts with stainless 5mm allen cap head bolts w/ washers where needed

Extras:
Set of Excel Takasago 21" and 18" rims on talon hubs, complete with SM brakes, sprocket, and DOT knobbies (MT21 front, D606 rear) mounted. This is 15 minute swap to dirt capable dual sport.
Couple extra OEM parts, stock rear shock links, sprockets in various sizes, wheel bearings, odds and ends.
Extra dirt fender

I'll be removing the handguards and handguard mirrors before sale. Those are staying with me because I'll be throwing them on another bike. I'll be putting the square OE looking mirrors back on for the next owner.

Pink slip in hand (obviously), test rides ok with cash in hand. I'm probably forgetting a couple things here and there, but feel free to post or PM me with any questions.

$OLD
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