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Craigslist and Ebay ads / Re: Don't F'in Die
« Last post by bardeenm1 on December 11, 2018, 02:02:49 pm »
that bike brings instant street cred.!
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Craigslist and Ebay ads / Re: Don't F'in Die
« Last post by Trail Ryder on December 11, 2018, 01:49:21 pm »
Clean title, and new enduro tires.  Sounds solid to me.

And it is even Monkey Butt ready with a head light!  Alan, I think I found your next bike!!!
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Craigslist and Ebay ads / Re: Don't F'in Die
« Last post by ajd187 on December 11, 2018, 11:28:03 am »
Clean title, and new enduro tires.  Sounds solid to me.
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Craigslist and Ebay ads / Re: Don't F'in Die
« Last post by bardeenm1 on December 11, 2018, 09:16:23 am »
none of us clearly have the balls for a bad machine like that!
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Craigslist and Ebay ads / Re: Don't F'in Die
« Last post by redrider911 on December 10, 2018, 08:32:25 pm »
Trade for an already fucked chicken?
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Craigslist and Ebay ads / Don't F'in Die
« Last post by Trail Ryder on December 10, 2018, 04:17:39 pm »
I can't believe this hasn't sold already.

https://elmira.craigslist.org/mcy/d/bobber-motorcycle/6755303289.html

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Was a 1978 Kawasaki kz750 twin ... Runs carbs needs synchronized .. new Enduro tires .. sportster tank .. chain ..new battery ....clean open title ... May trade








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It's a great improvement over their prior dual sport jokes, but still way short.

When the 1993 XR650L came out, it was considered the most advanced and serious "dual sport" bike available to the masses.  Of course it has NOT changed in 25+ years.

But I get what you are saying.

This is a move in the right direction for Honda and it is now the most serious Japanese dual sport bike, dethroing the DRZ400S ... albeit at twice the price.

It may even be a better "dual sport" bike than the KTM and Husky offerings, but they are 30 lbs lighter and way better street-legal dirt bikes.

It'll be interesting to see what the after-market can do to uncork and remove some weight from the CRF450L.
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That seems about what you'd expect for Honda.

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The Honda is a much better bike in third gear than it is in second or firstĖthat is to say, it works best on terrain that would put you in their gear. Above 20 mph and the bike is awesome. Itís the king of fireroads, but itís not something you would want to ride in a GNCC.

This isn't a KTM or even a serious competitor to one. 

It's a great improvment over their prior dual sport jokes,b ut still way short.
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