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'03 WR450F for sale or should I part it out

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Anyone interested in my '03 WR450 as a whole awesome bike it is for sale. I'm considering parting it out. I have so many extras on it I don't think I can get a reasonable amount back out of it unless someone wants a turn key bike ready to race hare scrambles or enduros. See upgrades below.

Suspension by GMD Computrac Atlanta (Race Tech Dealer) super plush for Eastern Woods (roots and rocks).

All the Free Mods

JD Jetting

FMF Q with stock header

Rekluse Auto Clutch w/perch adj (Brand New)

Rekluse Billet Clutch Cover

WER Steering Stabilizer (removed for scotts - bracket still on bike)

Pro Tapers

Cycra Bark Busters

Scotts upper and lower Triple Clamps 22mm offset

EV02 Graphics - not installed yet

Brand New Plastic - not installed yet

Stainless Oil Filter

Micheline S12's 140 rear - not installed yet

Extremly Well Maintained, (valves in-spec last week)

1248 origional miles for $5500.00

Too much power for me going to an '05 WR250F

Anyone Interested? PM me!! The suspension is in the shop this week getting seals, seal savers , slight schim stack change and fluids.

It goes in the Cycle Trader next week.

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You will be better off stripping all the good stuff and selling it separate and selling the bike stock.

I tried to sell my 03 WR450 for 4500.00 with pretty much everthing you have and I didnt get 1 call.

So I stripped it to stock (except for the Z Start) Now I want 3500.00 and have people calling about it.

Good luck

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