2001 Kawasaki KLR-650. This bike is a pretty darned tricked out KLR. I am the second owner and I know the first owner. The bike was properly broken in and properly maintained with oil changed every 1500 to 2000 miles for it¡¦s entire life. I purchased the KLR with the thought that I would head out into the wilderness and camp or whatever and really ended up riding to campgrounds and using it for my daily commute and life in general. This KLR has some broken plastic here and there and some discoloring of the front fender but is basically in excellent condition and perfect running order. Here are the specifics and PLEASE email me if you have any questions. I don¡¦t know anything about shipping a motorcycle but I suppose I could learn; I would love to sell the bike locally. I know other KLR owners here in SE Michigan and you will not only be getting a great bike but you¡¦ll have a support network of folks that can help with pretty much anything you can find left to do to this bike. $4,000.00
Jesse Bags, Very nice.
Larger Clear-View Windshield+9"
Trunk, med size
Stainless Steel front break line
Progressive front springs
Doohickey and spring (counter-balancer system) replaced by Tammy herself,
Valves also adjusted by Tammy and still in tolerance (checked at 16,000)
Corbin seat, not dished out
PVC thing in the front to hold spare front tube and tire-irons
Spare rear tube
Set of spare throttle cables and a clutch cable, spare brake/clutch handle
Upgraded rear brake
Aluminum bash plate
Rear brake reservoir guard
Currently has the Siriac tires on front and rear but they are almost at the end of they're lives.
Scott chain oilier
Foot peg upgrade
Turn signal beeper (removable)
Bypass switch that allows you to turn off the headlight (for extra starting power)
Moose heavy tube in rear tire
LED tail light/brake light
Life-lite blinking brake lights
Acebis hand guard with lights
OH! The reason that I am selling the KLR¡K I purchased a V-Strom that better suits my riding habits. The KLR is ready for a trip across Africa, I am not ƒº
The KLR is sold. thank's to all of you that inquired.
[This message has been edited by ed_bollix (edited 29 April 2005).]