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2000 Plated DRZ 400e

2000 Plated DRZ 400e


  • Price $3,500.00
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I hate to do this, but Covid has made me rethink all my plans. Bike is not being ridden and I'm unemployed so some stuff needs to go. I bought this bike after a 2 year hiatus after a bad street bike crash. I wanted to get back to some basics and get my "Sea Legs" back under me. GPS Setup NOT included, but the mount will stay. Bike is not pretty, as it's been ridden and down a few times. Everything works as it should. 3x3 airbox mod and jetted with a no Toil air filter. Manual cam chain tensioner. S model headlight with an LED bulb is really bright. It uses a Baja Design 3 way switch. Baja Designs LED taillight/fender extension. Power up mod to the stator wiring and a Shoria battery. Corbin seat is okay with some wear and tear. I also have 2 stock seats and extra body work, a full set. Bike has the normal things, case guards, skid plate, RMZ foot pegs, 3.9 Acerbis fuel tank. I also have a new set of Acerbis pet cocks too. Also have a brand new Safari fuel tank for the e model. I believe it's 7 gallons. Bike has 2 different rack setups. Standard small rack and a large rear rack that has side brackets for a side bag setup which is very rare. The side racks have never been mounted but I did use the rear rack for a while. All the parts to make this a true dual sport with the more powerful motor of the DRZ models. Bike also has a EBC 320mm front disc installed. Also still have the stock take off. Extra set of stock rims that need Truing. Bike has narrow fat bars and guards which are a challenge to make the controls clear everything but they work. Front tire is a fairly new Shinko 805 and the rear is an older IRC Trail Winner GP-110. Rear still has life, but worn. I wanted a 50/50ish setup. I have a bunch of odds and end parts from this and another DRZ. New speedometer cable and a really nice DR 650 speedometer I was going to use, but never did. Fresh oil change. New radiator hoes and coolant. I went up one tooth on the front sprocket. Stock gearing is 14/47 now a 15/47 because I was street riding it to the trails and stock is really low on the road. This was my only ridable motorcycle for 6 or 7 years. The only 'Issue" is the stock suspension is tired. I'm pushing close to 200 since the pandemic hit and I'm just too heavy for it. If you are lighter, it would probably be fine since the E model has bump and rebound settings front and rear. I have a factory Suzuki manual too, probably more stuff, but you get the idea. Also have a new pair of Forma Terra boots in a 43 euro size. Bike has 227.5 hours plus about 1500 miles before I installed the hour meter,  since I bought it in 2012, I'll even include a very nice aluminum hitch hauler (it mounts the bike by the pegs so you don't have to tie it down ) also have a quick lift made just for this bike that works very well too. I also have a set of lowering links ( not installed ) and an extra stock kick stand. I had shorted the one on the bike when it was lowered, then raised it back up when I put it back to stock. $3500 for everything. I don't want to part it out, just sell it as a whole setup. Fastest way to reach me is slime6977@gmail.com Location is Alcoa, Tenn. near the airport...I think that covers it. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks.

Alcoa, Tennessee - United States

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