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Mint 00 400SX for sale $4200

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1. What state are you in?

2. Is the bike "PERFECT" condition, as in unridden, no scratches, worn paint, anything?

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Sorry guys my e-mail is forsell@sherbtel.net The bike was first ridden in april of 2001,i bought it new in late oct of 2000 it has about 7 tanks of gas thru it and its first valve adjustment by a ktm dealer after two tanks of gas.the bike has never been tipped over and just play ridden .the paint is perfect as is the plastic.every thing is stock except for a 52t sprocket and a works conn skid plate. thanks goat

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Originally posted by C40Mark:

Is this bike still for sale?

Does anyone know how much a 6sp transmission would cost from a dealer? Installation cost?

Thanks, Mark

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The '00 400SX is a 4 speed, '01 and up is 6 speed. The 4 speed box makes them a bit of a slow mover sales wise but it wouldn't stop me from buying a VERY clean one.

I talked to a guy that converted a 520SX to 6 speed. The gear box is the same...some sort of spacers. I have a soft copy of his parts list if anybody needs it. ( Start another thread with the request, and I'll get the guy that did it in on it )It was about $500 in parts a a few hours labor... FWIW

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Chris in the Mojave

'01 520 MXC

'01 200 MXC

'02 YZ250P

'01 KX85

[This message has been edited by Chris in the Mojave (edited October 22, 2001).]

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Originally posted by goat:

Yes the bike is still for sale,you won't be disapointed thanks goat

1. can you e-mail me a picture?

2. I take it the 00 in your ad means it is a 2000 model?

3. Can you give me a phone number to call so I can ask you a few things about the bike?

Mark p.s. Thanks for tranny info guys.

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Originally posted by goat:

Ask for jon 763-261-4783

Jon If you have not sent the picture please don't bother I a have decided to buy a 2001 model. Thanks anyway.

Mark

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