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2006 Ktm 560 Exc/smr on 2040-motos

YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:900 ColorColor: Orange
Location:

Burrton, Kansas, United States

Burrton, Kansas, United States
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KTM 560 EXC/SMR photos

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KTM 560 EXC/SMR tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):560 TypeType:Dual-Purpose For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

KTM 560 EXC/SMR description

You are looking at a one of a kind and super clean low hour KTM 560 EXC.

I am the second owner. The original owner built this bike and began with a 2006 KTM 450sx.  I can't possibly tell you all the things that have been done to this bike...but I know he spent over $10K on it.

The bike has 900 miles on it and has been a garage queen....and I am getting too old to ride much anymore,  and have several other bikes also.  The bike is in superb condition....absolutely near perfect.  It runs exceptionally well too....as I have 3 other Ktm 525's to compare it too, and this things absolutely rips.  I have a lot of experience with KTM bikes and have owned probably 50 of them.  Mechanically this bike is just awesome.  There are no issues what so ever.  I believe he used the factory street legal kit for this bike.

I purchased the bike as an SMR....and put a set of wheels and a set of forks on it....that is why the front wheel does not match the rear. 

The SMR kit is high end..... has a set of shortened forks,  and the large caliper set up.  Baer wheels etc....and all like new....as this bike was just for show.  It is optional in the price and does not come with the bike.  This auction is for the bike as a dual sport.   I will sell the smr kit at a very reasonable price to the high bidder.

Bid with confidence.....I guarantee the condition.  I have included a pic of some of my other bikes....as a reference.

Please ask any questions you want.


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