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Offline Alec S

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2005 CR500 AF
« on: July 15, 2010, 12:08:54 PM »


05 CRF 450 conversion done by a small home shop in CT.

Bars on bike in Pic are Pro Taper on a high riser. Bike will need different bar perches to use those bars or I'll supply a set of 7/8" bars.

All motor work/suspension work has been done by Greg link of Lynks Racing [Lynk's Racing/... Gregg's resume boasts work with American Suzuki and American Honda Factory Arenacross teams as well as championship winning riders Buddy Antunez http://www.lynksracing.com/index.html]

98 motor: lower rebuilt [3 hours on lower] ago w/new Hinson basket/plates.

CR250 flywheel/ignition

Keihin Carb

Ironman rear sprocket

New ft/rear/ pads/rotors

FX seat cover w/step

MSR clutch lever

FMF Gnarly pipe

Fastway footpegs

DID V MX-ring chain

Tires:

Rear Dunlop MX 51  120x19" [1/2 hour on that tire]

Ft. Perelli MT 480 excellent condition

Suspension is set up for 250 lb. MX rider but I have original springs.

The bike had been built up with a variety of parts which I up graded to all 2005 parts and have about 3 hours on bike since that build. Lynks Racing also did the reassembly with upgraded parts.

Bike is located in west/central VT and will ship at only actual cost and is in same condition shown in pic.


Motivated seller asking $3500

8o2 349 0417

alec@sover.net

« Last Edit: July 26, 2010, 06:42:44 PM by Alec S »

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Re: 2005 CR500 AF
« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2010, 06:43:13 PM »
Bumped with a big price cut.

Now $3500.

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Re: 2005 CR500 AF
« Reply #2 on: July 27, 2010, 06:03:20 AM »
Was the shop that did the conversion called joes garage racing at one time?

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Re: 2005 CR500 AF
« Reply #3 on: July 27, 2010, 06:27:30 PM »
No idea. I know it/him as Highland Cycles.