This motorcycle is in excellent condition, the 2014 EXC 500 is viewed by many as the best year manufactured to date for this model. It has extremely low hours and miles. I have made all of the premium equipment upgrades to make this California “plated” 500 into a great dirt/enduro (or even street conversion!) riding dream. I’ve loved it greatly, but moving on to a desert side by side in my old age. If you’re looking for a great KTM “plated” bike setup perfectly for the dirt, with low use, all the right upgrades, without the showroom sticker price (plus all the stuff I’ve already added for you) … look no further and snatch it up quickly!
Only 27.7 hours / 698 miles on the Odometer!! $Thousands of Dollars of Perfect Dirt Setup Upgrades Garage Storage and Care ECU Flashed to Euro XCW Map FMF Full System Titanium Factory 4.1 RCT #045477 Ride Engineering: KTM Triple Clamp Set 20.5mm Offset; p/n KT-BTB43-GE – Much Nicer Handling than Stock! Euro Style Sicass Racing Easy Fit Rear Under Fender, Light Kit and License Plate holder Pro Moto Billet EXC/XCW Kick-it Kickstand #PMB-01-3007 – Great Stand, Won’t Break! Pro Moto Billet: Sharkfin Rear Brake Disc Guard #PMB-01-9020 Bullet Proof Designs Orange Gen 2 Radiator Guards with KTM logo – Lightweight Protection in Orange! Pro Moto Billet/Fastway Performance: Orange Fastway Evo Air Foot Pegs P/N # 22-4-001-OR – Great Pegs, in Orange! Cycra Racing: Probend Series One Handguards and Mounts - All Black – P/N 7800-12 Shorai Lightweight High-Quality Lithium Battery P/N LFX14L2-BS12 – Always Maintained on Battery Tender (and new original/spare battery) Upgraded Front Sprocket and Rear Sprocket geared for the desert (14 front/52 rear) Renthal O-Ring Off Road/Enduro/Desert Chain (25-6120 120 links fit for new gearing) KTM Aluminum Skid Plate New Front Tire: Golden Tire 90/100-21 GT216AA Fatty New Maxxis Enduro Rear Tire DoubleTake Enduro Dirt Mirrors (not shown in pictures, like new) New Extra Heavy Duty Inner Tubes Installed both Front and Rear Aluminum Tire Tube Caps Adjustable Handle Bar Risers Motor Oil (always factory specified Motorex 10w/50 4T Fully Synthetic) and Filter (always K & N) Changed as factory directed (or earlier) at 1, 14.5, 26 hours Muffler End Cap Plug (always used for muffler packing protection during washing) Quality Racing Fuel Run Clean to Prevent Ethanol Fuel System “Gum Up” Clear Title in Hand California “Plated” registration paid through 9/26/2018 KTM 2014 EXC 500 Shop Manual CD – All the Factory Maintenance & Repair Detail KTM 2014 EXC 500 Owner’s Manual Ignition Key and Factory Master Key KTM Tool Kit Bike is Located in Long Beach, CA … Come by to See for Yourself! Other Accessories for Sale Separately… or, Part of our Deal
Fasst Wheel Spoke Torque Wrench Britkit High Quality Leather Rear Fender Pack Wet Pouch Set-Up Extra K & N KN655 Oil Filter Extra NGK Platinum Laser Iridium LKAR8AI-9 6706 Spark Plug Extra Motorex 10w/50 4T Fully Synthetic Oil Loading Ramp Knee Guards Like New Elbow Guards Like New Spare OEM Parts from Replacements Extra tire tubes Klim Shoulder Pads/Chest Protector Klim Jersey (goes over the Shoulder Pads/Chest Protector) Klim Mojave Leathers Alpine Stars Tech 10 Boots Motorcycle Stand (as seen in listing pictures) Battery Tender
I have seen a lot of dirt bikes with plates in NJ on craigslist but i haven't seen any one post the process on how you can do it. I really only want to get the plate to do enduro races and stuff like that in NJ. If anyone has done it and is willing to help me out i would appreciate it.
My name is Jay and i'm new to the forum community but not new to the sport. However I have reached my limit with my expertise and am hoping some of you may be of some help. Without further ado...
I've stuck to a track most my life, I.E. Motocross, arena cross and outdoor national style tracks. I've made the difficult decision to leave to tracks to the young guns and ride more single track and trail riding up in the mountains. So i started by selling me Factory SLM racing 2012 Yz450F, yes i cried when he drove off with her. But i looked to greener pastures with hopes to have a KTM 500exc, Beta 500rr-s or a Husqvarna FE501. However, almost a year later and I still don't have a shiny new dirt magnet in my shop. I'm in the final deliberations and have narrowed it between KTM and BETA, with me leaning towards the BETA. This is where you come in.
I would like to know the following.
Is the Beta service intervals as daunting as the KTM's?
Is the cost of parts between the two noticeable? And are the just as readily available?
Those that have a 2017 of either bike, How are they holding up? Can I expect this bike to hold up like a 1985 XR250 (An almost impossible feat)?
What are any major concerns about either bike?
and finally what made you choose one or the other?
Thank you for your efforts and advice. I appreciate it.