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1992 XR250L is this too much, found on Craigslist.

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Wheres the plate, didnt see it in the pics... I have that same rack works great, love it. Extra motor, bike looks clean yes it is worth it (if it runs good). Top speed is questionable, I know what I have hit on my 94 L. You really want a strong reliable bike over top speed and the 250 L is that.

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why would someone put differnt plastics on, change the seat (cover) and paint the gas tank,

if the bike was low miles and in great condition?

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why would someone put differnt plastics on, change the seat (cover) and paint the gas tank,

if the bike was low miles and in great condition?

i think thats called personalizing youre ride.

Kawie

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comes with all the extras? get it! you'll love it! i have an 86 xr250 and im always thinking about wantin to sell it but then i always decide to keep cause i really do like it ALOT!!!

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thats a bargain. THe motor is worth up to $500. The carrier is $150 any day. 1050 for the bike?

Bargain

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I paid $900 for my 1991 w/2600 miles about a month ago. Did not come with any of the extras. The bike is probably worth $1000 by itself. I love my 250L best $900 I have ever spent.

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... I love my 250L best $900 I have ever spent.

I love my LC's beefed suspension, best $400 I spent on it

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I just picked up a very nice '92 XR 250L that's a real strong runner. But I discovered that it won't start unless the battery is fully charged. there won't be any spark unless it has a full charge. Anybody know what's up with this design and why isn't it like the older XL's that can run with a total dead battery? Once I put a quick charge on it the beast fired right up first kick...like it should be.

Thanx!

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Capacitor will make the issue worse by far. I just ditched the cap and went back to the battery on my XR-L due to the hassle of pulling the fuses to start the bike. Didn't really want to cut into the wiring harness in order to make a switch for the headlights... Starts up in two kicks or so, no problem.

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Yoshizuki, has a point. You would have to put a switch on your lights to start with a capacitor, you have to kill the electrical drain of the headlight. Putting a switch is no big deal either. Some people prefer the weight loss with the capacitor mod, not enough for me to make the change.

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