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Kills me to list this for sale, but it's time. I simply dug myself too far in debt building this machine and have some loans to pay off. My loss is your gain, this machine has to go ASAP. Machine is located in Elk River, Minnesota and I am asking 7200 or best offer. Easily have more than that invested in aftermarket parts alone. I'm sure there are some details I'm forgetting but here's a modlist off the top of my head:

Janssen long travel A-arms
Fox Evol X Front Shocks (200-230lb rider)
DeRisi dual-rate rear shock
RPM antivibe steering stem + Clamp
Denton steering stabalizer
Tag 2 handlebars
Kenda Klaw fronts
Holeshot MXR4 rears
RPM +4 axle
4:1 offset Single Beadlock Front Hiper Wheels
3:5 Offset Dual Beadlock Rear Hiper Wheels

Carbon fiber hood
Carbon fiber light block offs
Carbon Fiber Rear Brake Relocator
K2 Concepts Red/Black fiber head cover
Bling Star Iron Cross bumper (Powdercoat black)
Adapt graphics & seat cover

HMF Full Exhaust
Dyna CDI ignition box (3 curves)
Factory Yamaha Cam-Mod
Ron Woods intake
K&N filter w/outerwears
Jet kit & needle

AC pro peg nerf bars (Black Powdercoat)
Pingel kill switch
dirt bike start button
Power Madd hand guards
Spider gel grips
front SS breaklines w/clamps
parking brake block off
PEP chain roller relocator
PEP EZ clutch arm
ASV front break and clutch levers
Brand new battery (1 year warranty as of Wednesday)

Only problems with this machine are minor cosmetic flaws. There is a dent on the far underside of the HMF silencer from the rear brake caliper, and one of the rear plastic mounts broke. Other than that, some small surface scratches and normal wear everything is CLEAN and looks/runs great.

All unncessary wiring has been stripped for weight reduction and a much cleaner look. Clutch sensor has been removed to allow in-gear starts. Headlights are wired to always be on and on high-beams when plugged in. Do not have the stock headlights.

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