2014 New Edition KLR650
Ridden mostly on-road commuting to work.
5900 miles (will increase as I am still riding it)
Thermo bob 2
EM Doo hickey & torsion spring
JNS skid plate
SW Motech crash bars
SW Motech center stand
Moose luggage racks
Pelican 1550 cases with Caribou case liners
Pro taper evo handlebars
Uni air filter
Touratech headlight guard
HTP master cylinder guard
New Bridgestone Trail Wing tires
LED dash lights
Top gun 7.4kg rear shock spring
Jetted for 8000 ft altitude (140 main)
Extra Parts included:
Stock Tires (only approx 200 miles on these before I changed them)
Stock Hand guards
Stock Skid plate
Stock Rear shock spring
Carb jets: 138, 142.5, 145
Bike has been taken care of. Only damage is 2 small scratches on tank from leaning against it with belt buckle. Has been stored outside, but covered.
Long story short I bought this 2011 WR300. The thing is mint, looks brand spanking new. The thing ran like a top, but only had one problem, a low idle. I was to lazy to fix it and just dealt with the fact that I always needed to keep a little bit on the throttle. My third ride on it, I took it to the florence dunes and the top end burnt up. I have just finished fixing it and all I need to do is break it in. I need to adjust the idle first though, and don't know if I'll have the idle too high until it starts. I don't want to hurt the motor on a fresh rebuild and want some opinions on what to do. Do you think it will be fine? How many turns out should I set the carb just to be safe?
Any response helps
Down here in mexico, land of the miracle and home of the weird, ive seen people use the same mousse for over 2 years. They claim that though it has become softer, it remains in place and performs well. How long have you used the same mousse for?
Rubber side down my guys,
Low hours (111Hrs) well kept bike. Ready to ride!
A great trail bike, with some small changes it would be a great super moto or street/trail bike also.
Valves checked and as always in spec.
.46 front springs, 7.6 rear (for 190lbs trail rider, this is one step stiffer over stock, OEM springs included)
Rekluse 3.0 Core clutch
HD tubes front and rear
BRP bark busters and shields
Bullet Proof billet radiator guards
EE Skid plate
EE Rear disk guard
Fuel tank sock
TM design chain guard
Golan super mini fuel filter
Hammerhead billet shifter
Sicass 40/45W H4 bulb headlight
New chain/sprockets (~30 hrs on it)
Shori lithium battery (~ 1 year old)
KTM hard parts billet 3X clamps, 22 offset
New rear bearings/seals/spacers (OEM)
New Heim bearing
New SKF fork seals
You can save $700 if you want me to pull out the Rekluse and put the OEM clutch back in and remove the Scott's.
and the really cool KTM brief case!
I will work with you on shipping the bike but it would be best to meet face to face.
3.4 gal oversize tank included also (Not pictured)
All offers considered!