2007 Honda Crf on 2040-motos
Honda CRF description
This is sold as OFF ROAD ONLY as it has no title. I traded a vehicle for this from a guy who had all of the listed work done below. I have taken it out on the trails once for four hours and loved it! It is very fast and snappy. I am selling due to the 2nd baby on the way and no more time to take it out.
Four Stroke with kick-start
Factory Connection forks Gold Series and rear shock (he was 180lbs and I am 200lbs, it feels excellent)
Excel Red Wheels
FMF Powercore 4 exhaust
FMF Megabomb header
Oversized intercooler w/ oil pump cooler
Cylinder bored over 280cc!
Recently new spark plug was installed as well as air filter. Engine oil and gear oil changed with new filter.
Ready for the track or trails!
I believe around 60 hrs are on this is what he had said.
There are normal scratches throughout. Please see all pics
Front tire appears to have been pushed in too far in one spot. It needs to be corrected
We recommend changing oil and filling with fresh gas upon arrival for maximum performance.
*** To start, switch fuel valve lever in the down position (right in front of the cylinder head), pull throttle out, twist right handle (throttle) twice, prime kick-start 2 times (kick start motion, just not as hard), then one swift kick on the pedal and should start quickly and easily.
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