2015.5 KTM 250SXF Factory Edition

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9/29/2017 4:03 PM
Edited Date/Time: 10/4/2017 8:53 PM

For sale is my 2015.5 KTM 250SXF Factory Edition. The bike is in excellent condition. Never raced, lightly ridden and always meticulously maintained. The bike has 43 hours on it. Selling to buy a two stroke. No trades, already have a downpayment. Looking to get $6,000. Willing to negotiate.bMake me an offer, would like to sell asap.


Service Interval:
- oil/oil filter changed every 8 hours.
- clean air filter every ride.
- coolant changed out every season.
- suspension serviced at 20 hours then re-valved by Factory Connection at 30 hours.
- all moving parts taken apart and greased at 15 hour intervals - headstay - linkage - swing arm.
- bike stripped down over the winter and cleaned/greased.

The new owner will receive a maintenance record as well as some supplies.

This bike is essentially bone stock. There are a few aftermarket components on it.
- Ride Engineering handle bar mount
- P3 carbon fiber skid plate
- EMIG Lock on grips
- New Rear Tire *Kenda Track Master*
- A complete gut and re-valve of the 4CS fork *all new Factory Connection internals inside* An $850 dollar process but essential to making these forks work great.


Thanks for looking.
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9/29/2017 4:06 PM
Edited Date/Time: 10/3/2017 12:41 PM

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10/3/2017 12:37 PM

Bump

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10/4/2017 9:34 AM

Bump. MAKE ME AN OFFER NEED GONE.

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10/4/2017 11:15 AM

No market dude, sorry. Oh and sorry to get your hopes up when you saw a notification on your thread but at least I’m bumping it to the top baby!

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10/4/2017 11:20 AM

MotoMaverick989 wrote:

No market dude, sorry. Oh and sorry to get your hopes up when you saw a notification on your thread but at least I’m bumping it to the top baby!

I know man it’s been awful lately. Been trying to sell for months now. How’s someone supposed to get rid of a bike nowadays?

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10/4/2017 11:46 AM

All stock plastic but in your case that is the stock plastic. And stock everything else that looks new. People just wanna feel like they’re buying brand new stock that’s never been rode and the first aftermarket thing they see and they assume it’s a POS.

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10/4/2017 11:48 AM

If it’s a decent scooter I wouldn’t even advertise the suspensions done. One would assume it’s been raced and beaten if so and they shy away. I’d do the same thing on my bike ad but where I powdercoated my swingarm and hubs it’s a mute point.

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10/4/2017 12:09 PM

MotoMaverick989 wrote:

If it’s a decent scooter I wouldn’t even advertise the suspensions done. One would assume it’s been raced and beaten if so and they shy away. I’d do the same thing on my bike ad but where I powdercoated my swingarm and hubs it’s a mute point.

Thanks for the tips. I’ll repost my ad on Craigslist to maybe appeal to a more casual buyer.

“Dirtbike. Runs good “

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10/4/2017 7:55 PM

Didn't the 250 sxf FE's come with TLD replica graphics? The Red Bull were on the 450 FE's.

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10/4/2017 8:36 PM

Huckster wrote:

Didn't the 250 sxf FE's come with TLD replica graphics? The Red Bull were on the 450 FE's.

You're right, technically its a 2015.5... More closely resembling the 2016 250SXF vs the 2015... So I chose to just give it the 16 title to avoid the .5. Either way still getting offers for 3500 on craigslist ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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10/4/2017 9:56 PM

Huckster wrote:

Didn't the 250 sxf FE's come with TLD replica graphics? The Red Bull were on the 450 FE's.

This is the first FE 250 (2015.5) before they went to the TLD look for the FE as the 2016.5. My old man has one with 20 hours in perfect condition he's trying to sell as well.

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