Buying a new WR450 and TTR230 what should I pay?

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  • ssorange

Posted April 23, 2007 - 04:38 PM


I've desided to get back into riding before the Demo's shut everything down so I'm buying a pair of new bikes for my wife and me. One TTR230 for her and and a 07 WR450 for me. What do you guys think I should be paying?

Should I consider having them shipped from out of state?

Thanks ahead of time!


  • don319

Posted April 23, 2007 - 04:59 PM


I just paid 6800 otd in Ohio for the 450. This included the AIS kit that I will install myself. Can't comment on the TTR.

  • snaggletooth

Posted April 23, 2007 - 06:41 PM


I just paid $6,800 OTD for my 07. Only freebee was the YZ throttle stop. Go to OTD motorsports and you can get one for $6,500 OTD here in Kali.

I paid the extra $200 to support a local dealer plus he is close by if I have any problems. I was good for me to go to my local guy because my sons TTR125 had a slightly warped rear fender. I didn't notice it untill following him on a ride. My local guy gave me a knew fender for his bike without any questions. The slightly warped one will be a good back up.

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  • patrickincc

Posted April 23, 2007 - 07:33 PM


I just paid 6599.00 OTD for my 2007 W 450. Call Jim and LA yamaha in marina del rey. He is cool and will set you up. Nobody beats his price.

  • resinlips

Posted April 24, 2007 - 05:53 AM


Seems in Cali a few dealers are offering the 230 OTD for 3,200. Maybe both bikes OTD for 9k?

  • patrickincc

Posted April 24, 2007 - 04:03 PM


you can get them both at LA YAMAHA see Jim for 9798.00. The price will be a little cheaper if you opt for a 06 230


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