BIKE IS SOLD!!! Hello, I have for sale my 2008 DRZ400sm. It has 9400 miles, and counting; I ride it about 16-20 miles to work every day, so its mileage is bound to continually grow. I am the second owner and it has a clean and clear title in my name. I bought it from a guy in Kentucky less than a year ago with 4200 miles on it. This bike literally has nothing wrong with it. Not a single broken part. Everything that breaks I fix immediately; even small parts. It runs fantastically, without a hitch. I am selling it because I want to try out a sport bike for a while. It has nothing big done, but it does have quite a few small modifications on it. I tried to keep the mods classy and functional for a crisp and smooth feeling, good looking ride. - Michelin Pilot power tires: 120 front 150 rear. Front has tons of tread left, about 85%+, rear has about 60% - Moose Stainless Steel brake lines - Manual cam chain tensioner (OEM tensioner has been known to put too much pressure on the cam chain cause premature wear) - 3x3 mod (hole in the top of the airbox to flow more air), rejetted for St. Louis elevation/temperature. - Home-made axle sliders out of Dupont Delrin. Threaded rod all the way through each axle, won't break off in a crash like the stock ones do - Home-made hand guards with Moose covers, Delrin handlebar sliders - EPIC motosports fan switch: allows you to flip on the radiator fan in low airflow situations, and still allows the fan to come on automatically if the temperature becomes too high. I've never had the fan switch on automatically. - Light Speed Carbon fiber countershaft sprocket cover - Acerbis supermoto front fender - ThumperTalk case covers to protect the fragile magnesium side cases in the event of a crash - 39 tooth rear sprocket for more comfortable highway riding - ProTaper pillowtop grips and grip donuts - Fender eliminator and blinkers repositioned - Renthal O-ring chain with less than 500 miles on it With the bike comes a few extras and all the stock parts that I still have including - 41 tooth rear sprocked - stock sprocket cover - Rear fender pounch - Full service manual - stock rear brake light and license plate mount -stock front fender -set of blinkers that were on the bike when I bought it -stock cam chain tensioner - stock rubber brake lines - OEM front brake lever with tip broken off (broken when it fell over on its side in my garage) - stock throttle tube and grip assembly I am studying to become a mechanical engineer, and have been around engines for a long time. I take care of my stuff better than 99% of people I know. I'm saying this to give you as much confidence in this bike that I can, because it has been absolutely trouble-free to me, as it will to you. The oil was changed in this bike and the oil filter replaced every 1000 miles with Sikolene full synthetic 20W-50 oil. It has been taken care of religiously. Come see how beautiful this bike is for yourself. You won't be disappointed. If you have your Motorcycle license you can ride it, with the condition that I can come along on another motorcycle in case something was to happen. I expect you to buy it or pay for any damages in full if you lay it down. Here is an album of pictures of the bike http://imgur.com/a/DqQ8n Here is me taking it for a ride through some backroads, and then on the highway for a bit. This video was recorded on 6/17/2012. http://youtu.be/H9MesEDw6DI If you want any more info or pictures, or want to come look at it call me at 314-609-0391, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I work weekdays from 8-5, but I can and will return your emails in that time period. Feel free to text me as well for a more immediate response. Asking $3950
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