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Red & White
Original owner worked at a local motorcycle dealership and set this bike up as an enduro work horse. Added quite a few mods before selling it with around 4,000 miles to someone who had Alzheimer's, but the disease progressed quicker than he thought is would and he consigned it back to the dealer it was purchased from originally. Sat there for a year before the price was lowered and I snapped it up as it was a really good value for everything this bike has.
Modifications and Upgrades
Pikes Peak carbon fiber bodywork, with the red and white paint scheme.
Termignoni full exhaust with titanium muffler and tune.
Skyhook electronically adjustable suspension. Rear preload gets set with a few button presses to account for gear or a passenger or both.
Wheels and Tires
Marchesini forged wheels, with Pirelli Scorpion Trail II tires to replace the TKC's it came with. 120/70ZR17 front, 190/55ZR17 rear.
Heated grips, lowered seat with Pikes Peak red stitching and better texture than the standard seat; ALT Rider sliders/crash bars, rad guards, and header guard; Barkbuster hand guards; Givi panniers and top case.
Keyless start, 4 riding modes that can be switched on the fly that adjust suspension, ABS, traction control (including wheelie control), and power; USB-C charge cord, two powerlet charge ports, and a SAE charge cord for battery tender/heated gear.
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