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2006 DRZ 470 SM Wide Ratio

2006 DRZ 470 SM Wide Ratio

$5,000.00


  • Price $5,000.00
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Hey there -

Selling my 2006 Suzuki DRZ 400 SM, big bore, stroker, wide ratio. It's now a 470. Bike is now tagged and titled in Tennessee. Bike is located in Maryville, but I'm happy to meet within a reasonable distance.

It has:

PO Installed:
Trailtech Headlight
Yoshimura LED brake light/indicators
Full Yoshimura RS-3(?) exhuast
Zeta hand guards with integrated LED turning indicators
Clarke tank
Wide pegs
Dirt wheels

I installed:
SM Showa Fork and rear shock rebuilt by RaceTech with custom spring rates front and rear
New Motionpro cables
Galifer braided stainless brake lines
New EBC clutch pack, springs, friction plates
Rebuilt brake master cylinders, calipers, new pads
New Grips
Thumpertalk Case savers
Unibiker Rad guards, bash plate
New chain, sprockets
Seat Concepts seat
Heidenau K60 Rear tire
Continental TKC 80 Front tire
Doubletake mirrors
Shoria LiPo battery
New starter

Engine:
Rebuilt, jetted FCR 39 flat-slide pumper carb with aftermarket fuel screw, accelerator pump
DRZ 400 E Head
Custom-grind Web cams
Kibble White valve springs, titanium retainers
Cylinder Works 469 big bore/stroke kit
Replaced every bearing in the engine with new Cylinder Works bearings
New Cylinder Works cam chain
Complete gasket set
Complete ACT wide ratio gear set
Replaced nearly all of the engine hardware with new, including new head bolts
All loctite fixes completed, every fastener torqued to Suzuki FSM specifications

I did all of the work myself, and went through the break in process meticulously. Chassis has 12,500 miles. It now has around 576 miles on the rebuild. I'm waiting until 1,000 miles to really hammer on the thing, and have only gotten up to about 3/4 throttle, but holy hell. It's the bike Suzuki should be building. It's properly quick with the extra power and torque, and has no problem bringing the front wheel up, even in fourth with the wide ratio gearset. Fifth is long. Bike cruises comfortably at 70, even with the 48t rear sprocket. It does require premium fuel, but win some lose some. Speaking of losing, I lost count, but I'd wager I have more than $8,000 in this bike, start to finish. I'm asking $5,000 firm. Ram Amps mount does not go with. Happy to answer any questions. Thanks!


, Tennessee - United States



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