I have been on a KX450 now for years, but the trails keep getting harder and the bike isn't getting any easier to ride. So, I was looking for a KTM 300 but this GG XC300e popped up for a great deal so I jumped on it. I purchased the bike from Paul at County Cycles in WI. I can't thank Paul enough for working with me and making it a smooth transaction. Especially since I'm in UT. Here is the bike when I picked it up at the shipping facility. Well, after a few gnarly trail rides I have my Gasgas legs under me. I love the bike! It's so precise and I can ride it all day and it doesn't tire me out. Then, one day, I'm minding my own business and it quits on me. Long story short, it lost all it's coolant and I burned it down. Luckily it didn't seize. I did a fresh top end and had the squish cut while it was a part. Plus a hour meter, and a billet impeller. Here's the wrist pin. If it wasn't heat treated before, it is now. Billet impeller. Replaced the t-stat housing with one of these little finned things. I don't know if they really do anything, but it looked a lot cooler than a brass fitting. I also did a Tubliss in the rear since it was time for a rear tire. This has got to be one of my favorite mods! I can't wait to do the front. Next up was the lighting. This is the first bike I have ever had with a headlight and I was excited to try it out. It was disappointing to say the least. Good enough to get ya home, but that's about it. So, I had this LED bike light I bought on ebay for $25 that I use for mountain biking at night. It fit in the headlight bulb perfectly. So I cut off the back, bought a new constant current driver, and fit it in. Much better!