I opted to get a different one instead of the SMR. Getting an EXC instead to use on the trails, street, and track. Rather have the 4-stroke for up north anymore. Love the smoker, but the 4 is gonna be even more fun.skidooboy said:what happend to getting together for the group buy of sm525's at detroit eurocycles?
why not motard the 250???? cheap upgrade v.s 6k for a new machine.
i gotta find a bike soon. ski
Dude.......it's a piece of cake. You know you want it! I can help you start it sometimes! :redflipmotoboy said:I'd buy it if I could ever start it....
*edit: Paul's bike is easy to start if you know how to kick start bikes, which I clearly do not :shake
Hey Paul, I wanna go ride..... will you come over and start my bike for me.:laughingpolarpc said:
Dude.......it's a piece of cake. You know you want it! I can help you start it sometimes! :redflip
I'm the 2nd owner. I bought it from a friend of my brother. From what I recall all he did was trail ride it and a few times at Silver Lake. Case oil changed regularly and air filter cleaned after every couple rides. No issues with it at all. Runs strong and pulls hard. I'd keep it if I didn't need the money for the new bike.skidooboy said:how long have you owned it? since new? upgrades, maintainence, ever raced? problems/issues??? at least i would give it a good home offer it love and a bath. LOL! ski
:lol Well, at that rate it would only be 28 years before you paid it off. We might be able to work something out! :laughingCBR_Brutha said:Paul, congrats on the new wheels man! If you'd consider putting me on a $6.50/month payment plan, I'd take the YZ off your hands. Might even make an extra payment or two for the inconvenience. :laughing j/k