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HGaither

WR 400 for sale

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Originally posted by HGaither:

only 7 hours riding time,110 miles... yes they were mostly slow miles . Make me an offer.

surely someone needs a good bike bike has been sold

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Originally posted by HGaither:

Originally posted by HGaither:

only 7 hours riding time,110 miles... yes they were mostly slow miles . Make me an offer.

surely someone needs a good bike
anybody ride WR 400's in the south but me?

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Originally posted by HGaither:

Originally posted by HGaither:

Originally posted by HGaither:

only 7 hours riding time,110 miles... yes they were mostly slow miles . Make me an offer.

surely someone needs a good bike
anybody ride WR 400's in the south but me? bike has now been sold

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Originally posted by Mike in Roseville:

HG. what did you get, saw your posts on DRN formum. I think I know and I have the same. Pretty good bike eh?

Mike

KTM 400sx, awesome! Nothing against the Yamaha though!

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I am thinking of buying a 400sx as well. What are the biggest differences in your mind betwen the two after riding them both? How would you rate the power between the two. Did you get a 6 speed 2001 400sx or is it a 4 speed 2000sx? If it is the 2001 what are your thoughts of the gearing and how well it would work in tight timber?

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jim400,

Bad question, unless you want Taffy and some of the others to get worked up again. Check out DRN if you want info on the KTM.

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