2007 ktm 250sx

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10/5/2019 9:10 AM
Edited Date/Time: 10/5/2019 9:13 AM

Ok so I’m looking at a 2007 250sx near me and the owner wants 2,500 but it needs a top end and isn’t running due to a bad piston... I think that’s too much for it not running but then again I don’t know too much about bikes and prices? I have a friend that could go with me to look at the bike here’s some pics below



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10/5/2019 9:12 AM

Owner had also stated that he didn’t properly seat the clip on the piston that’s what caused it to go bad and scratching the piston

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10/5/2019 9:22 AM

Way too high. Thats a 1k bike at most near me.

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10/5/2019 10:04 AM

yz133rider wrote:

Way too high. Thats a 1k bike at most near me.

Thanks for the response. So I was right? A top end being bad will drop down the value that much ? I was originally thinking no more than 1500

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10/5/2019 10:14 AM

That bike in excellent condition is barely worth 2500. Ktms of that era dont have much of a following.

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10/5/2019 10:47 AM

That’s also not a 2007. They redesigned them that year, it’s most likely a 2006 based off the black fork tubes and old body work.

That’s a $1,000 bike at most as is.

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10/5/2019 11:07 AM

yz133rider wrote:

That bike in excellent condition is barely worth 2500. Ktms of that era dont have much of a following.

What are some good newer 125 or 250 i might go trail riding from time to time but mainly street or in a open field

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10/5/2019 11:26 AM

Dude, I have a 2009 250SX with a 300SXS big bore kit I’ll sell you. You literally won’t find one nicer. I completely went through the bike in the winter of 12/13 to powder coat the frame and have never even sat on it since I put it back together. The bike has 23.1 hours on since I pulled it out of the crate back in 2009. The 250 head, piston, cylinder, and CDI are also included. That top end only has 10 hours on it.

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