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Old 09-26-2017, 10:36 AM
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While I wait for the parts for the 450 to sell, I picked up a 250 to try to flip. It's a little rough. It definitely needs carb work as it will not idle unless the choke is pulled. Even then, it fired up within a few (2-3 kicks) so I'm hoping the valves are ok. There is a little click when it dies out that I am hoping is the decomp system due to the low rpm. I'll start on the carb, move on to the tires (which I'm hoping to pull off the 450 rims I pulled off), and then slap on some plastics and graphics and hope it sells well.
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Old 09-27-2017, 12:07 PM
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Got the carb cleaned out (it was GROSS) and she's up and running!
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Sweet! How much do you think you'll sell it for?
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Old 10-05-2017, 12:19 PM
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Sweet! How much do you think you'll sell it for?
I'm hoping to sell for around $1800. It'll have fresh fluids, a little epoxy repair on a small hole in the left side case (chain came off at some point and put a deep gouge in the case right behind the sprocket), brake pads, grips, and fresh oil and seals in the forks and shock.
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Got the forks (seals, wipers, and outer chamber oil) done last night, so I'm just waiting on plastics and a final torque of all the bolts.
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Well... that one sold quickly!
On to the next one
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