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8 hours ago, weantright said:

I was implying if the bike doesn't suit you, power delivery, cockpit, suspension or overall package then a couple of hundred dollars of parts will not make a difference.

Yea that’s a pile of crap..especially with a few world enduro championships on a mostly stock race edition Beta including suspension and actually everything you have mentioned. More importantly all anyone has to do is ride a variety of Betas  and ride a variety of other brand bikes. All are good. All are competitive. All can work for a rider with setup for trail or racing and all have comparable components that are better or worse for a particular riders preference.

It’s funny. Just yesterday I heard of a fast local vet rider with a brand new 2018 ktm 300 who rode a friends brand new Beta  and is now ordering a brand new Beta 300. He likes it better and the vibration difference  isn’t noticeable to him.  

Still buy what you like but it’s bs that a Beta can’t be setup for any rider and feel great. .. and no matter what bang for your buck Beta gives the most for your money. 

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Yea that’s a pile of crap..especially with a few world enduro championships on a mostly stock race edition Beta including suspension and actually everything you have mentioned. More importantly all anyone has to do is ride a variety of Betas  and ride a variety of other brand bikes. All are good. All are competitive. All can work for a rider with setup for trail or racing and all have comparable components that are better or worse for a particular riders preference.
It’s funny. Just yesterday I heard of a fast local vet rider with a brand new 2018 ktm 300 who rode a friends brand new Beta  and is now ordering a brand new Beta 300. He likes it better and the vibration difference  isn’t noticeable to him.  
Still buy what you like but it’s bs that a Beta can’t be setup for any rider and feel great. .. and no matter what bang for your buck Beta gives the most for your money. 
Bro, I think we've beaten this horse bro, but there's no freaking way pro bros are riding on stock suspension internals bro.
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Why go round and round? :excuseme: No sense listen to anyone who guarantee doesn’t know. It’s just go to the source. 

 

 

https://enduro21.com/index.php/endurogp/3089-my-ride-steve-holcombe-s-beta-rr-300-racing

or this.. just OC sachs forks with stiffer springs  on a new street legal bike. 

https://dirtbiketest.com/bike-tests/2017-beta-430-rr-s/#BGLZDR5xZSmiYwWp.97

https://dirtbiketest.com/fresh-dirt/2016-24-hours-of-glen-helen-dbt-sr-team-race-report/#BjB6woSRvyAQWwwt.97

 

 

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Hmm if I didn’t have so many bikes this would be a great one to get.

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Actually my dealer has a new 2018 300rr for $7749.00, but it’s not a race edition

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2 minutes ago, Mark-us-B said:


Actually my dealer has a new 2018 300rr for $7749.00

That’s where you are. It’s way more expensive here. Ever ship a bike or car here? Add that to whatever price the bike is. Try and buy a ktm here. It’s way more than that..

 

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That’s where you are. It’s way more expensive here. Ever ship a bike or car here? Add that to whatever price the bike is. Try and buy a ktm here. It’s way more than that..
 

Yeah, 2018s that are still on the floor at some dealerships are being offered at reasonable/nice prices.
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13 minutes ago, Mark-us-B said:


Yeah, 2018s that are still on the floor at some dealerships are being offered at reasonable/nice prices.

Where do you live? The cost of living here is what sucks about Hawaii. It’s ridiculous. It’s why lots are leaving. He place is nice but it’s hard to live here. It would be fine if I had alot more money...

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/28/these-are-americas-most-expensive-states-to-live-in-for-2018.html

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We’re up in Northern California, near Lake Tahoe.
Trust me the COL here is just as expensive as the islands

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14 hours ago, Mark-us-B said:

We’re up in Northern California, near Lake Tahoe.
Trust me the COL here is just as expensive as the islands

You ought to move here for a little while.  Search cost of living lake tahoe and search cost of living Honolulu. Compare. Just read this morning median priced single family home is over $800,000 now.. it sucks.

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I have my 2016 300RR for sale in the NY area for anyone interested.  Asking $5500 pretty firm on that price as the bike is in ridden albeit very meticulously cared for.  About 160 hours on the dash(22xx miles) with 8 hours on a OEM top end rebuild and needs nothing besides a rider.  Still has the oil injection as its never given me an issue and I have the factory manual, some extra parts and an assortment of needles and jets for it. 

Sad to let it go but I've recently bought a house and well my priorities are with that.

 

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Saw this '17 390 pop up the other day. Great deal! 

2017 Beta 390 RR-S Street Legal Off Road

https://spokane.craigslist.org/mcd/d/2017-beta-390-rr-street-legal/6714789573.html

 Coeur D'Alene Powersports address: 2745 W Seltice Way Coeur D Alene Id, 83814 phone: ☎ (208) 608-5250 ext 718 text: Text 718 to (208) 608-5250 for more details link: https://cdapowersports.com/dx1inventory/242a3472-50c9-4f86-b4ef-a962018644e3 contac ...

 

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5 hours ago, shrubitup said:

I have essentially same bike but mine is a 2016 without the rekluse and steering stabilizer. I can say the bike is a sleeper bike. It feels like a 2 stroke 125 on the trails but has more than enough power everywhere. My only complaint is the front end is squirrely. So I am waiting to thanksgiving and or christmas sales to get one of those submounts that this bike has. Great deal. Be surprised if it lasts.

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1 hour ago, Vsack said:

 It feels like a 2 stroke 125 on the trails but has more than enough power everywhere.

Power or weight wise (comparison of 350 to 125)? I don't give a :censored: about bike weights less than 300 pounds. I rode Russ's 2015 Husky FE350 (not S) and it was a complete slug power wise. My old 07 YZ250F was better power delivery wise. Beta typically makes a bike suited for trail riding - want to make sure it's not all power all the time but only above 7K RPM.

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1 hour ago, shrubitup said:

Power or weight wise (comparison of 350 to 125)? I don't give a :censored: about bike weights less than 300 pounds. I rode Russ's 2015 Husky FE350 (not S) and it was a complete slug power wise. My old 07 YZ250F was better power delivery wise. Beta typically makes a bike suited for trail riding - want to make sure it's not all power all the time but only above 7K RPM.

I never rode his 350 but....My 16 350 rr is an absolute animal. Its no 500 but It hauls my fat ass up the cascade mtns with zero issues whatsoever. So much so I am debating if I want to keep the 500

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2016 Beta 350rr 

condition: excellent 

engine displacement (CC): 350 

fuel: gas 

odometer: 4109 

paint color: red 

title status: clean 

transmission: manual 

 

4-sale. 2016 Beta 350RR. 4-stroke engine. $5200. 4109 miles. 216hrs. This is a great dual sport or woods bike. There is nothing wrong with it. 

Work/upgrades done on the bike:

- stillwell suspension (210lb with bladder in rear shock) @ 1,788 miles

- new piston & cam chain @ 3,226 miles

- new ODI grips. 1 ride on them 

- new oil pump gears @ 3,417 miles 

- new coolant fan @ 3,882 miles

- new clutch @ 2,965 miles

-IMS oversized gas tank

- shark fin rear disk brake cover

 

Lots of extras to list350rr.jpeg20181109_103151.jpeg20181109_103131.jpeg

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I have a 17 300 X Trainer for sale in Iowa, only 8hrs on it... seriously show room condition. Street titled/ plated. All stock except MW clutch lever and some hand guards. Came from the dealer with 2hrs brand new. Seen the timber once and the rest is just time around the yard. Would like 5500 for it.

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8 minutes ago, Adam ES said:

I have a 17 300 X Trainer for sale in Iowa, only 8hrs on it... seriously show room condition. Street titled/ plated. All stock except MW clutch lever and some hand guards. Came from the dealer with 2hrs brand new. Seen the timber once and the rest is just time around the yard. Would like 5500 for it.

That is dirt cheap. If we were ready to upgrade the wife this would be a no brainer.

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