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    Bought this bike new in fall of 2018, recently geared down to 13t front sprocket. SpeedoDRD unit to correct speedo/odometer. Flatland skid plate and radiator guard. Tusk 30mm bar risers. Factory mirrors replaced with single folding unit.
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    This is a honda xr650l I bought in Jan. 2019. The bike has a wiseco 10.5/1 piston, hotcam stage 1, 4.8 gal clarke tank, IMS exhaust, skid plate and hand guards. I bought this bike with a welded on counter shaft sprocket. Like many other xr650's, this one had a destroyed counter shaft that needed replacement. I soon tore down the engine and replaced the counter shaft with one from an xr600. This gives me the option to add a kick start down the road without splitting the cases again. After the rebuild was complete, I got a fritzcoinc front sprocket to prevent future wear. I love riding this bike for the challenge it poses when the going gets tough. 
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    Recently converted to a dual sport, this crf230 has been bulletproof for years now. I have just been doing the usual maintenance on this bike for years as trail bike, and it has never let me down or left me stuck anywhere. Last fall I added a tusk dual sport kit, with a polisport headlight, and a trail tech endurance. I also added pro taper klx110 bars (im tall and the bike is short). Ive only put about 200 miles on it now that it has an ODO, but its very fun to rip around town with, comfortably cruises around 45mph.
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    The newest bike to my fleet. I was looking for a DRZ400 for a while and stumbled on this. It just happened to be everything I was looking for. It is a 2003 KLX400R (drz400e), bored to 434, hotcam stage 2, added kick start, seat concepts seat, IMS 3.6? gal tank, full FMF exhaust, trail tech voyager, USB and cigarette port, pro taper bars with wrap arounds, and a nice skid plate. Its exactly how I would build a bike, and its awesome. I've only logged a couple hundred miles on it so far, and its been mostly street (has death wings on it from previous owner). 
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