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Some pictures of my KDX, XR and CRF

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This is some pics of my 2006 CRF450R that is traded a local guy for back in november. The bike needed some work. leaking valve cover, worn chain, sprockets, guide and slider, among other things. The wheels were trashed, so got new Excel rims and spoke set. plus new Renthal bars, tires and tubes. The bike needs all new cables, plastic and radiators yet. Suspension will be serviced this spring. Also replaced the muffler with a FMF slip on. stock muffler was too beat up to repack.

Before pics

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After pics

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The next bike is my 1997 XR400. bought this bike from a local dealer, it was a trade in. The poor XR was the end result of rode hard and put away wet. It needed alot of TLC but it was worth it. here's the list. All new suspension link, swingarm, steering head and wheel bearings. New tires and tubes. All new cables, bars, grips, chain, sprockets, air filter. plus a heathly dose of genuine Honda parts of corse. plus hand guards. and yes the swingarm bolt was stuck, but not anymore. The shock has been rebuilt, by a local shop. I did the front forks.

Before pics

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After pics

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Cost of CRF450R rebuild so far is around $1,200 to $1,400. The XR is around $900 to $1,100.

Last but not least is my KDX220R. great, solid bike. just has Pro Circuit sliencer, IMS foot pegs, carbon fiber reeds, Renthal bars and hand guards, WC pro perch.

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Thanks for looking, hondude450

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