Friday, January 27, 2012

2008 Suzuki V-Strom DL650 for sale

FOR SALE - craigslist ad
Fully equipped 2008 V-Strom 650 w/ 25,883 miles. Used daily as a commuter. Maintenance performed religiously, and the bike has never had any mechanical or electrical problems. Selling because I'm no longer commuting and I have 3 other motorcycles. Chain replaced at 20k miles, rear tire with 80% left, registered through April 2012.

In preparation for sale I've done the following:
oil and filter change
new front tire
intake and exhaust valve adjustments
air filter cleaning
new spark plugs

Comes with many aftermarket accessories and extras:
* Custom "road hazard" paintjob. Satin black with yellow stripes on rear quarter panel.
* Givi Maxia E52 - 52l topcase with integrated rear brake light link here to product page
* SW Motech engine guards
* Adventure MotoStuff V-Strom Adjustable Topcase Mounting System V3.0 For Givi Monokey Cases link here to product page
* 3 spare windshields including stock, custom cut down Givi, full size Givi, and full size Cee Baileys
* Madstad adjustable windshield mount brackets
* large LED rear brake light
* Factory service manual
* hand guards from DL1000
* Stebel Nautilus horn
* side case mounting brackets (but no side case)

Please put a name and phone number in your email response and I'll call you back.
Thanks much,

More pictures of the bike:
top view
low side crash damage (minor scratches on handguard and engine guard. Lowside happened at 10 mph when turning left. Got up and rode the bike away with no problems.
Spare windshields - stock (bottom), cut down Givi (top left), and Cee Baileys (top right)
Bike was originally yellow. I painted it black using Hot Rod Flatz satin black, 2K polyurethane. The yellow stripes are the original color that I masked over to create the striped look. Paint is hard as nails and hasn't chipped or delaminated in over 12,000 miles of riding.
In the above picture you can see the rear exhaust shield missing. I tried to have this powdercoated and it caught fire since it was filled with foam! I've never had an issue with touching the exhaust pipe with my girlfriend on the back.

Side bag brackets not shown (they're off the bike, sitting in the garage.)

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