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fish525

how much should I ask for

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well its time to sell the 2000 BRP and I want to see what I should ask for it

its Ca. plated with all the basic mods and a few outhers pipe pegs tank and a BD dual sport kit so what do ya think $3500 or $3000

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Bought my '00 BRP this spring uncorked with DSK, Excell rims, Talon hubs, full WB exhaust , IMS tank, speedo, revalved suspension, Pro Tapers, handguards new tires & UNI filter for $3,700 & felt it was a fair deal.

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Aftermarket XR650R parts sell like hotcakes on eBay. I would make the bike stock and sell it, and sell all of the aftermarket parts on eBay. You will come out ahead.........What kind of exhaust do you have? Wanna sell it?

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sorry guys but I dont want to part it so its up for sale for $3300.00 and babbs its a big gun race

I would think you could get more for a already plated XR650R in California. Isn't that a hard thing to do now a days? Good Luck on the sale!

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With the bike having a CA plate, I would bet you would sell it pretty fast providing it's complete and in descent shape.

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With the bike having a CA plate, I would bet you would sell it pretty fast providing it's complete and in descent shape.

Yeah, and for more like $3500.00.

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California is now revoking plates from converted dirt bikes, especially if they are 4 years old or older. Good luck selling it though and if its clean and well taken care of you should be able to get $3500.

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California is now revoking plates from converted dirt bikes, especially if they are 4 years old or older. Good luck selling it though and if its clean and well taken care of you should be able to get $3500.

Now that would really suck. Have a street legal XRR for 4+ years and then they come and change their mind. I would think it would be Grandfathered in. Then again we are talking California. I moved before the Helmet law was passed....I believe that was 1992.

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I think you could get more for it depending on its condition. i just forked out $4500 for a plated XRR, but it was done before the DMV cut-off and had all kinds of fun stuff with it (big brake, pumper carb, rekluse clutch, bars, guards, skid plate , exh. tip, saddles, airbox, IMS , etc).

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California is now revoking plates from converted dirt bikes, especially if they are 4 years old or older. Good luck selling it though and if its clean and well taken care of you should be able to get $3500.

no thats not corect the 2000s are grandfarthered in for good

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