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i know this is a bit off topic, but i need to find an 04 yz450 in colorado. i live near denver and vickery wants $7000 OTD for a new bike... which is absurd when int motorcyle brokers sells new bikes in the $5200-5600 range.

im willing to drive anywhere in the state, for the right price. are there any dealers around with good prices?

:cry:

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Right on, I think the name of the place it High Altitude

or High Country Yamaha, something like that.

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interesting. thats a good point on those taxes.

do they have a website? or does someone possibly have a number for them?.

thanx fellas.

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Ahh, the power of the internet search:

High Altitude Yamaha

(307) 632-4075

Address:

206 S College Dr

Cheyenne, WY 82007

my bud bought a wr250f from them a few years back, decent

price and was jetted correctly to boot.

Not trying to rag on the CO dealers, but some of them are

just plain unreasonable.

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You might want to call the the Yamaha shop in Steamboat Springs. They quoted me a price of 5900 on a WR 450. I ended up buying from a local dealer in Driggs Idaho as he gave me a screamin'deal and again no tax as it was out of state. I can think of the name of the place in Steamboat but they seemed very knowledgable and willing to move bikes!! Do a search on the Yamaha site. :cry:

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Not trying to rag on the CO dealers, but some of them are

just plain unreasonable

I had dealt with Vickery for years, bought a bunch of bikes from them, and ran into this same problem. On top of that when I brough up the price difference the owner was down right rude. I can understand them saying sorry no but being rude? I'll never buy another bike from them.

I went to a small shop over in Nevada and the guy treated me like gold!!!

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Check Laramie as well. When I was looking for a WR426, they were cheaper than the Cheyenne guy. If you aren't titling the bike, you don't pay tax. :cry:

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Hey vmax,

what is your jetting in the 300?

Check Laramie as well. When I was looking for a WR426, they were cheaper than the Cheyenne guy. If you aren't titling the bike, you don't pay tax. :cry:

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I'll have to check since I don't know and I'm at work.

May not help you much though since mine has been ported and the carb slide has been machined by Slavens down in the Springs. I still have the stock pipe and silencer. It runs crisp all the way up to the top of Red Cone so far.

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I heard about the slide machining from Slayer on KTMTalk too.

I think your bike is his buddies old bike.

I am thinking about the 38mm PWM from JD jetting, supposed

to let the bike make more power etc according to clay.

Well see.

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T-N-T motorsports in Larime.

Bud got his 01 YZF250 for $1000 less than the Denver dealers!

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thanx for the phone number. i agree, CO dealers are unreasonable. you pay $7000 or you go somewhere else.

anyway, my current bike threw me a curve ball, so i dont know how im gonna get a new bike now.

thanks for the help anyhow

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