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2006 Honda XR400 Motard stateside
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Arrow 2006 Honda XR400 Motard stateside - October 9, 2006, 08:27 AM



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October 9, 2006, 08:30 AM

Sweet...one more motard option!


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I would rather have a CRF450 converted properly.... the 400 was a good mill (had one) but the 450 is much better.


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October 9, 2006, 11:31 AM

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I would rather have a CRF450 converted properly.... the 400 was a good mill (had one) but the 450 is much better.
yes, but the CRF450 is a lot more high strung and needs a much more rigorous maintenance schedule.


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yes, but the CRF450 is a lot more high strung and needs a much more rigorous maintenance schedule.
True.... but it would be so worth it!


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I think a lot of people shy away from CRF450 (and 250s) because of the maintenance.


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True.... but it would be so worth it!
agreed... I almost went ahead and did a YZ450F conversion, but I didn't feel like spending $8500 on a sumo.


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agreed... I almost went ahead and did a YZ450F conversion, but I didn't feel like spending $8500 on a sumo.
It's cheap on eBay and look at the extra bonus rear section:
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It's cheap on eBay and look at the extra bonus rear section:
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Do you get to ride both if you buy it?


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