2003 KLR 650A - "KLR 690" - Lots of Farkle

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2003 KLR 650A - "KLR 690" - Lots of Farkle
« on: April 20, 2019, 10:40:10 AM »
Making room in the garage for a new bike! Expecting a shiny new KTM 790 Adventure R next month sometime (or maybe June? hopefully May).

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This bike is pretty loaded up with kit, mainly a 692CC engine kit; and includes Clymer manual with maintenance log.

2003 KLR 650A - "KLR 690" - $2,900
7,000 Miles on 692CC Engine Overhaul
   Eagle Mike Dohicky
   Cylinder bored & honed by Eagle Mike
   Cylinder head refurbished by Eagle Mike
   Carb Rebuilt w/ KLX Jets & Carb screw upgrade kit
   K&N Air Filter
   Upgraded clutch springs
   Fresh spark plug
   "MC Mod" - exhaust cam advanced
   
Corbin seat
Seven Eighths Handlebars
BikeMaster Heated Grips
Shorty brake/clutch levers
Progressive Front Springs
Recently respoked front & rear wheels - stainless steel spokes.
Brand new front fender
DirtStars front rim
Recently rebuilt front & rear brakes w/ stainless steel lines
OEM Tall windshield
USB Power Port on handlebar
SAE Power Plug
Tusk Aluminum Radiator w/ new thermostat.
Platform pegs
Heavy duty aluminum skid pan
Magnetic oil drain plug
Freshly replaced clutch & throttle cables
EMGO Trunk (Not in photos)
Rear crash guards/luggage rack
Happy Trails rear master cylinder guard
Shinko 705 Tires
FRESH oil change
FRESH air filter cleaning
Good battery - replaced 2 years ago.
5900 miles on chain / sprockets (14/43)
Recently replaced steering head bearings

Option - I can swap the regular length suspension links with lowering links, along with a shorter kickstand.
Option - OEM levers instead of short levers

This has been a great bike to get in to ADV and I've really enjoyed riding it; but it's time for an upgrade.

With only 7,000 miles on a 692cc engine rebuild, this bike has a nice long life ahead of it. Unfortunately, I have no idea how many miles are on the clock as a whole - the title was marked as odo discrepancy when I bought the bike, and I also had to replace the speedometer/odo pack as well.

Plastics have scratches/damage, as is common to just about any 2003 era KLR that hasn't been a garage queen. The new front fender is an aftermarket replacement, and looks great.

Runs great and has plenty of pep, much more than a stock KLR - more HP and more torque with the 692cc engine kit, carb upgrades, and 14 tooth front sprocket.

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« Last Edit: April 20, 2019, 10:42:38 AM by Nick Bright »
Kawasaki KLR650 / Eagle Mike 692cc kit + KLX Jets
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COMING SOON TO A GARAGE NEAR ME: KTM 790 Adventure R