What is my bike worth?

Not planning on selling, i love and take care of this bike more than my own GF lol, just wondering what people say it would be worth.

 

-2006 KTM 250sxf

 

-Engine is all stock with about 25-30 hours (NEVER REBUILT, STOCK HOURS SINCE 2006) *Estimated hour #'s.

 

-Carb was professionally tuned and jetted by local race shop

 

-Has a complete Dubach Racing Exhaust System (Pipe & Header)

 

-All new plastics with brand new OEM graphics

 

-Excel Black Rims (stock hubs)

 

-Cross-Country gas tank (larger fuel tank, unsure of manufacturer was on it when bike was purchased)

 

-Trail-Tech Kickstand

 

-Then the small cosmetics, new grips and grip doughnuts and all the little add-ons for custom look.

 

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Sorry if the picture is too big and it is a little fuzzy, i took this picture with my iPod Touch haha.

 

 

$1800

Definitely more than 25-30 hrs judging by the rub on the clutch cover.

Definitely more than 25-30 hrs judging by the rub on the clutch cover.

yea for sure..

$1500

around here 1400 to 1800 and it still might not sell.

If it had less then 40hrs the stock original plastics would be still brand new. OEM replacements definitely raise eyebrows.....

It is worth what ever you can get someone to pay.

Definitely more than 25-30 hrs judging by the rub on the clutch cover.

 

Really? I've done that in a 3 hour ride.

$5500.00 or whatever you can get.

Rub on clutch cover and the replacement plastics are because this bike was trail ridden in dense pennsylvania woods and farmland most of the time, I do race it on SX track every once in a while but not often.

Really? I've done that in a 3 hour ride.

+1, my bike has about 29 hrs on it total and I'd say my cover looks as worn, if not more!! Please excuse the dirty bike...

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Bikes don't look new for long if you ride them!

Edited by poldies4

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