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For sale is my 2015 Beta 350RR. 2734 miles and 120 hours. Just had some top end work done by Sierra BMW and BETA. Fresh air filter and oil. This is an awesome dual sport bike. Or you can strip the lights and turn signals and have a single track weapon, your choice. This bike will do it all. Unfortunately, I've been riding my 2 stroke lately and don't have room or the time to maintain 2 bikes. My loss is your gain! Front tire only has a few rides on it, the rear needs to be changed. Beta's are super reliable and amazing machines that rival KTM and Husky!
-Forks revalved by LT-Racing for 210# rider w/gear
-Mylers oversized radiators and bulletproof radiator guards
-Folding ARC clutch and brake levers (I have the stock levers as well)
-3.1 gallon tank. (I also have the stock tank)
-Seat concepts dual sport seat (also includes the stock seat with guts foam and motoseat seat cover)
-FMF powercore 4 with silent core/spark arrestor. I've got the stock spark arrestor as well. Racing compliant!
-Boano racing billet brake pedal with brake tip
-FJ Fasst co. brake clevis
-Billet chain blocks
-upgraded steel oil pump gears- the plastic stock ones are prone to failure
-Force accessories case saver
-TMD skid plate (not pictured but will be on the bike)
Acerbis X-factor handguards
a few spare plastics pieces
key switch with plug and play wiring
extra tubes and rimlocks
Printed and bound owners manual and service manual
10mm billet bar risers
It's a dirt bike so it has some cosmetic damage. Some chipped plastic and scratches on the swingarm.
Can send more pictures/info upon request
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I could use some help with tire selection
I have a set of 17" supermoto rims that I want to use with my 2005 KTM 450 EXC.
The back rim is 4.25" and the front rim is 3.5" wide.
I want to put a Kenda K270 510-17 (5.1" ) on the back and a K270 4.60-17 (4.6") on the front.
Will there be issues using my 4.25" rear rim with a 5.1" wide tire? Would I be better off using the 4.6" wide tire on the front and back?
Thanks in advance.
So..I am thinking of buying a new 4-stroke and love the 350 idea. There are deals out there that tempt me. I currently ride a 2014 YZ 250 that I bought new and all I do is MX track days and maybe a race or two in the slow class. I raced mostly Yamaha 250Fs back in the day and could ride forever without getting tired, so that is what lures me back to the "dark side" again. My YZ 250Fs never needed any additional set-up in the form of expensive additions to do my level of MX stuff, and if I buy a new 4-stroke, the last thing I want to do is spend and extra $1000-1500 in armor, parts and pieces and stuff to make it good for me. I want to buy a stocker and simply ride a reliable bike. So...if I buy a 350 SX-F new....are there things that I MUST do to make it ready for track days or can I simply ride it and worry about a rebuild at the normal hour levels and do oil/filter changes and call it good?
Selling my immaculate 2016.5 KTM 250SXF Factory Edition with only 9.6hrs on it since new. Has been vet ridden and cared for. I have a clean title in hand for the bike. Bike has the following...
-SMPro Platinum wheelset and new Dunlop MS3 tires with only a few rides on them ($1000 wheelset)
-D.I.D ERT2 chain only a few rides
-Orange Renthal sprocket, and 13T countershaft sprocket only a few rides
-Mapped by Tokyo Mods for U4.4 (still have standard map also for pump gas)
-WP AER 48mm air forks
- FMF 4.1 titanium slip on muffler
Bike will come with stock header pipe but still have the FMF factory Titanium slip on. Will also take off the titanium bolts and Renthal bars and put back on the stock ones. Will aslo come with triangle stand, manual, clean title, extra twin air filter, 14T countershaft sprocket, WP air pump for the forks, half a can of U4.4 fuel, and KTM tool kit. NO TRADES. NO FINANCING. NO LOWBALLERS. Bike is in showroom condition and the Factory Editions are very hard to find used in this kind of shape or new. $6800 price is FIRM.