99 YZF400 for sale

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  • PK

Posted April 06, 2002 - 02:07 PM


I just picked up my new 2002 426 so it's time to part with my 99 YZF400. It has been meticulously maintained and runs great. Here are the details:

New TM Design chain buffer
New Fredette chain guide
DID O-ring chain
New rear Sunstar aluminum sprocket
90% tread on Michelin S-12 front and rear
New clutch cable
New throttle cables
2 exhaust pipes, a stocker with the a BMP insert and a FMF Powercore
Devol radiator guards
Terrycable neutral switch cover
Fastline front brake line
New rear brake pads
2002 426 top triple clamp
RG-3 Suspension
White Bros quick fork bleeders
Piston and rings installed last winter
All new plastic, new seat and new fuel tank
California green sticker

I grease the linkage and check the valves twice a year. Oil changes every other ride and oil filter cleaning every 3rd oil change, while the air filter gets cleaned after each ride. I took all the plastic, the seat and fuel tank off of my brand new 2002 426 and put it on this bike so I could keep my Hurricane graphics kit. There isn't a scratch on it.

If your interested let me know,

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