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Old 05-07-2013, 02:43 AM   #2746
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Laugh ***SOLD*** Brand new SixSixOne 661 Vapor Pressure Suit, size M

I posted this in the Flea Market.
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showp...73&postcount=6

Did I do it right?
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Old 05-07-2013, 07:13 AM   #2747
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I posted this in the Flea Market.
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showp...73&postcount=6

Did I do it right?
Looks good to me.

So, is it that uncomfortable to wear? I have one of those pressure suits but have no perspective on what it's like to try to fit the "curvy parts". Would wearing some sort of jog bra help? I wonder if a plain chest protector and some elbow pads might work (for you).
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Old 05-07-2013, 07:16 AM   #2748
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Did I do it right?
You done good, honey. Where you been, anyway?
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Old 05-07-2013, 07:18 AM   #2749
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Selling my VTR250

If anyone is looking for a nice little road bike, I'm selling my VTR250 Interceptor. It would be perfect for the beginner, commuter or someone vertically challenged. I'd also consider a trade for a nice 225/250cc dual sport.

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Old 05-07-2013, 08:53 AM   #2750
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08' te610 many mods plus sumo rims

Willowbrook IL

$6500 obo with sumo wheels/tires

I am listing my much loved, 08' te610 for sale, which I bought last June with just 100 miles on it.
Changed oil right after i bought the motorcycle (used motorex oil)
Replaced oil every 1000 miles using Motul 300v (improves shifting)
Did a proper break-in (600miles)
Valves adjusted at 2000miles
Currently ~4000 miles (and counting)
Have manual + extra keys
Bike is in perfect running condition and has quite a few modifications done to it which are:


Almost all oem fasteners are replaced with higher quality stainless steel hex heads. (except triple clamp and front axle ones)
7602 front disc brake guard
7602 case saver
7602 radiator guards
7602 radiator braces
Aluminum Skid plate
DID X Ring chain ~200 miles
SuperSprox 14/46 sprockets ~200 miles + stock
APE Performance timing chain tensioner + stock
Leo Vince x3 slip on muffler (carbon fiber end cap) + stock
Husqvarna Power Up plug / o2 sensor eliminator (bike runs much cooler and cleaner)
JD Jedding Electronic Fuel Injection module with which you are able to set the bikes power levels / fuel injection mapping ( higher power for street and lower for dirt )
EHS Pre-Filter
Denso iridium spark plug
Ballistic EVO2 lithium battery
SeatConcepts seat (new foam and seat cover for much improved comfort)
ProTaper EVO handlebars + stock
ProTaper Pillowtop grips
Cycra Billet Pro-Bend handguards
2013 tc449 front fender +stock
Buell xb9sx front headlight (great light output increase over stock)
Buell xb9sx Front windshield
13' Ninja 250 Blaster X custom rear tail light with integrated turn signals (retro fitted but looks original and is extra bright with customizable brightness/strobe modes)
Chase Harper rear fender tool/document bag (not on bike)



Parts that are not installed on the bike:


New front wheel bearings / seals (original ones still good)
Clutch hub bushing
Larger clutch spring cups
(Waiting on clutch basket rivets to complete the clutch hub/basket maintenance. Nothing wrong with the, just regular te610 maintenance.
Brand new oem clutch cable


Recently bought supermoto wheels from a 06' Husqvarna smr450 (direct fit)
Front tire is continental conti sport sm (2 year old with good thread/sticky)
Rear tire is continental conti sport sm which is 8 years old (have a brand new Michelin Pilot Power 2ct)


Dirt tires have only a few days of dirt riding on them.
Front Pirelli mt21 (90)
Rear Dunlop D606 (130)


This is a great dual sport motorcycle which is also very aggressive off road. I have done tight & sandy single tracks in Michigan, and even tried a small mx track. This bike does it all.

Reason for selling is I am looking for a lighter and more off road oriented bike.



Unfortunately there is 'THE BAD' section:


Front windshield is mounted with zip ties as I haven't had time to come up with a proper mounting system

Seat has about 1" long separating spot where the threads are coming off (will take it to a tailor to get it fixed)

Clutch cover has a 1" hairline crack from laying down the bike down and the rear brake pedal hitting it.
It does not leak but does fog a little over a few weeks of riding. New cover is $330 but this can be fixed with LiquidSteel. I haven't decided which route I am going to go yet.


I think I have included quite a lot of info on this bike but I may be forgetting something.
I may come down on the price if you do not want the Supermoto wheels.

Please text/call/for faster response at:
708-five o one- o373


















Detailed cleaning a few months back. (old tires & front fender)



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Old 05-07-2013, 08:55 AM   #2751
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Looks good to me.

So, is it that uncomfortable to wear? I have one of those pressure suits but have no perspective on what it's like to try to fit the "curvy parts". Would wearing some sort of jog bra help? I wonder if a plain chest protector and some elbow pads might work (for you).
Yo Bronco,

I've tried on the type made for girls and that's the ticket, it seems. This one I'm selling would be perfect except that it's made to fit quite snugly, and ... well, imagine mashing a couple of ripe cantaloupes under a dinner plate. A jog bra won't help, but maybe duct tape would.
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Old 05-07-2013, 08:57 AM   #2752
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You done good, honey. Where you been, anyway?
Here and there. You noticed??
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Old 05-08-2013, 07:11 AM   #2753
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I've tried on the type made for girls and that's the ticket, it seems.
Glad you found something that works (for you).
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This one I'm selling would be perfect except that it's made to fit quite snugly, and ... well, imagine mashing a couple of ripe cantaloupes under a dinner plate.
That's a serious mental image, with or without the dinner plate...
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A jog bra won't help, but maybe duct tape would.
I would think not. Didn't you see the Breakfast Club? Let's keep your skin on your body.
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Old 05-08-2013, 07:26 AM   #2754
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This thread....

......is worthless without pictures of the ripe cantalopes under dinner plates..

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Old 05-08-2013, 07:55 AM   #2755
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......is worthless without pictures of the ripe cantalopes under dinner plates..

I'll get right on that. Anyone wanna volunteer to work the camera?
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Old 05-08-2013, 08:29 AM   #2756
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Are we talking...

....those little dinner plates from kids tea sets or turkey platters?
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Old 05-09-2013, 07:56 AM   #2757
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1981 Kawasaki KZ440 belt drive

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NO TITLE. Don't know if it needs anything more than fresh gas, I haven't had time to fiddle with it at all ... $200 cash takes it home, or it'll head to Ebay.

Sussex WI, just north of Waukesha.

I have no other history on this bike, but I've had a couple KZ400's/440's and they're cool ... simple, straightforward.
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Old 05-09-2013, 08:09 AM   #2758
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vintage 500cc two-stroke dirt rocket

Yamaha SC500, needs a good home and a lot of restoration. I think it's a '74.

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Carb and motor bits in a box. Whole bike looks pretty rough, but appears to be all here. Motor DOES kick over. Rims are very nice. Hate to part it out, since everything's here ... anyone wants to take on this project, $200 cash will do the trick. Sussex WI, just north of Waukesha.
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Old 05-09-2013, 08:38 AM   #2759
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2006 DL1000 "Rhino" V-Strom - UP (MI)

2006 Suzuki 1000 V-Strom

I bought it in 2007 with 835 miles to replace a 2003 V-Strom. It came from Crashed Toys Auction with a salvage title...all the damage was cosmetic...nothing serious. I replaced a bunch of plastic and other odds and ends like foot pegs, handlebars, turn signals and had it inspected for the road title. It now has just over 20,800 miles. It's not perfect...it does have a few scuffs (character)...but no mechanical issues. GPS mount not included.

Located in Rapid River, MI (Upper Peninsula)

It's a great "go-anywhere bike" that's taken me all over the U.S.

$5200 OBO

Lots of $$ extras!
- Jessy bags
- Corbin seat
- Staintune exhaust
- Ohlins rear shock
- Power Commander
- Super Brace fork brace
- SW Motech crash bars
- SW Motech center stand
- Adv Moto skid plate
- Continental TKC 80s (50%)
- Spare set of rims with road tires mounted (Tourance & Trailwing)
- Rear rack platform
- Acerbis hand guards
- Bar back brackets
- 16/43 sprockets (chain & sprockets look great)
- Yellow box
- Givi windshield
- Heated grips
- Powerlet elect outlet
- KTM pegs
- Touratech Shifter
- Stainless rear wheel spacers
- Fenderectomy
- Secondaries removed
- Tank Bra (I think there may be dent under there)
- Buell turn signals
- Fiamm horn
- MSR aluminum bars











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Thanks for looking!!!....you did notice the "OBO"....right?

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Old 05-09-2013, 08:39 AM   #2760
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1985 Kawasaki KLR600

Should run, haven't had time to fiddle with it. Complete, bad rattle can paint job.

CLEAR WISCONSIN TITLE.

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Come pick it up today for $700, or I'll be forced to part it out ...
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