More pictures: https://imgur.com/a/vrPle
2013 DRZ-400S fully kitted out for adventure and light off roading. 20k miles. Clean title, registered through October 2018. The bike is in SF.
Extras over stock:
- Aluminum skid plate
- Hand guards
- 4.5 gal Safari tank - it’s advertised as 4.5 but about 5.5 gal, and gives you 250+ miles of range
- Sargent seat (the stock seat is the worst)
- Doubletake enduro mirrors
- Aluminum radiator guards
- Happy trail rack
- Happy trail teton panniers - these are removable, waterproof, lockable anodized aluminum panniers and are totally bombproof
- New (2017) Shorai Li-Iron battery
- Powered Garmin Montana GPS mount
- I'll throw in the matching Garmin Montana GPS with pre-installed road maps of the US plus 1:25000 topo maps of the west coast
- The bike is geared up a bit because I used it for commuting for a while. This isn’t ideal for off roading but great for the highway.
All of these accessories were around $3k when new.
The bike comes with the original tool kit, the manual and many spare parts (bolts, gaskets, oil filters, sparkplugs, replacement steering lock, spare tubes and many more).
The motor is completely stock - no aftermarket carb/exhaust/air box mod or anything like that, and has never been opened.
Condition of the bike:
- Everything on this bike works fine except for the steering lock which is broken. I have a replacement steering lock but never got around putting it in.
- This bike has been ridden off road and has been down many times, and it shows. Most panels and the hand guards are scratched. No metal parts are bent or broken.
- It has been stolen once and was recovered a few days later a few blocks away (it looks like some kids took it for a spin and left it there). It did not have any damage except for the ignition (replaced) and the steering lock (which I didn’t fix but have the parts for, as mentioned above).
- The tires are Metzeler Karoo. The rear has about 50% tread left, the front a bit more
Price is $4000.
Location is SF.
Test ride if you put cash in my hand first.