Whats it worth? 11 YZ450F

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12/1/2017 2:27 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/1/2017 2:31 PM

Looking to see what you guys think its worth

2011 YZ450F

Stock Motor
Hinson clutch cover
Full Yosh TI RS4
Rad Mfg wheel set-Red hubs DID black rims
Twin Air Intake kit
Dr. D lowering kit
Mx-Tech suspension-KYB 48s, Huck valves, Kashima, DLC, SKF (the works)
Applied triple clamps-Red
Arc Levers
Renthal Twin Walls
Fastway Evo III Pegs
Renthal Sprocket kit
Braking Batfly 270 front rotor
Hammerhead billet shift and brake lever

Bike has never been raced, I have a 08 and 15 RMZ 450 that is plenty for my 5 weekends a year so I'm looking to free up space in the garage.

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12/1/2017 2:31 PM

$3,000 if you can live with the 10-13 chassis.

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12/2/2017 6:58 AM

I'd put it up for 4 grand, but in saying that I spend 11 grand on a Japanese 450 in Eastern Canada

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12/2/2017 7:12 AM

$1900.00 as is. Face it, it is a 7 year old bike. Take all the trick parts off and put all the stock stuff back on and still sell it for $1900.00. Then put all the a/m parts on eBay and profit.

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12/2/2017 7:34 AM

newmann wrote:

$1900.00 as is. Face it, it is a 7 year old bike. Take all the trick parts off and put all the stock stuff back on and still sell it for $1900.00. Then put all the a/m parts on eBay and profit.

Gotta agree with Newmann. That model year bike has such a bad rap, although mostly undue. I would say list at $2,500, take $1,900 as rock bottom.

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12/2/2017 7:48 AM

about Tree Fiddy

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12/2/2017 8:12 AM

Looks like she'll be rotting away in my garage for the rest of her days.... thanks for the info guys!

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12/2/2017 8:25 AM

Those prices seem insanely low to me, at least it my area. Unfortunately you probably will have to deal with the bad reputation the bike got due to arm chair test riders on the internet over the years, but the bottom line is a nice bike is a nice bike and it will sell. I have the same bike and use it mainly for hillclimb, but it's a great bike out in the hills and trail riding, and I'd be willing to bet my lap times don't change vs when I'm on my yz250 two stroke at the track. I say put it up high and see where it goes, I have to imagine a quality bike like that will sell at a reasonable price.

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12/2/2017 9:06 AM

25 is about it. Selling the aftermarket stuff is great way to boost the sale price though.

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12/2/2017 10:02 AM

newmann wrote:

$1900.00 as is. Face it, it is a 7 year old bike. Take all the trick parts off and put all the stock stuff back on and still sell it for $1900.00. Then put all the a/m parts on eBay and profit.

Jmicmoto13 wrote:

Gotta agree with Newmann. That model year bike has such a bad rap, although mostly undue. I would say list at $2,500, take $1,900 as rock bottom.

Years ago I tried selling my sons bike, less than three years old, perfect, spotless and some pretty nice trick bits. Tried for $2500.00 and only got a high offer of $1900.00. Ebayed it twice without results Put it back stock and the dealer gave me $1900.00 trade for it. Sold the pipe, silencer, ignition, billet triples and a few other items for another $900.00 on ebay. Bought and sold many after that all between $1500.00 -$2000.00. It didn't really seem to matter how old they got, how trick they were or if they were a mini, 125 or 250, they all seemed to hit just under the 2 grand mark.

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12/2/2017 10:57 AM

Sell the bike for $2,000 with as many stock parts you still have. Sell the aftermarket parts separate....

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12/2/2017 11:03 AM

I figured it wasn't worth the effort to sell it anymore but was looking to get some recent feedback, haven't sold a bike in years but after looking at the used market it doesn't look like anyone is selling there older bikes unless they were 2 strokes... I'll just keep it in the stable as a back up or friend/family loaner, bike is still plenty of bike for me and gets around the track well. I'll enjoy it more then the 2k it'll pull. I just stuck $900 into a freshen up and revalve on the suspension that doesn't even have a ride on it yet cuz I broke my wrist this fall. Looks like a new graphic kit is in order and some fresh rubber for spring. Nothing wrong with having to many bikes in the garage. I don't thik I ever found my self disappointed say which one will it be today lol

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