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2004 Yamaha TW 200, SOLD!

I just posted this in the Seattle area craigslist. I don't know anything about shipping a bike, so I would rather not, sorry.

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Also on the bike is the custom rear disc brake I fabricated. There are also a bunch of extra parts that go with it

"2004 Yamaha TW 200, bike has approx. 1103 miles. The bike has street tires on it and makes a great around town or short highway cruiser. It can easily go back to a street/dirt bike by adding traction tires back on.
New accessories: FMF stainless exhaust, Trail Tech digital dash with oil temp sensor, external oil cooler, large front disk, Shinko street tires, carbon fiber pattern seat cover, battery, custom front fender, head light and LED tail lights, recent oil change.
I might be trying to trade it in on a new bike Tuesday, but can show it Monday (5/14). Clean title in-hand. No fun rides, serious buyers only with cash in hand."

Selling for $2250. SOLD!

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Looks nice. Adding asking price helps.
 

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Hey Randucci,

Very nice work with the oversize front brake rotor and rear disc brake setups! Were you satisfied with the braking performance with these mods?

Why only 1,100 miles?

Great price (but if it doesn't sell, put the stock parts back on and sell me the brake setups :D)!

Brian
Both disc brake conversions work very well and I like them better than stock. I purchased it with only 983 miles on it and have spent more time fabricating parts and doing the mods than time riding it, but I like doing the fabricating. I didn't ride it much because I only do street riding and really need a larger bike for that, thats the reason I'm selling it.

LoL! Putting the stock front brake back on wouldn't take much, but the rear would take many stock parts I don't have.

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Somebody got a good deal. Randucci is there a writeup on here about those brakes? Beefing the front brake setup alone I think would be a good improvement. Looks like you did a nice job. Cheers
 

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Somebody got a good deal. Randucci is there a writeup on here about those brakes? Beefing the front brake setup alone I think would be a good improvement. Looks like you did a nice job. Cheers
Here is where I got the front disc, I ended up making my own adapter:

http://tw200forum.com/forum/performance-customization/5689-320-brake-disk-kit-how-s-interesseted-into.html

I did a couple WIP threads on designing and fabricating the rear disc assembly. The problem with the threads is I was using Photobucket to host the pictures and now they are holding them hostage for money to see them, so there are no pictures in those threads. If there is enough interest, I could try and reattach the pictures if I can figure which one go where. There aren't any drawings or specifics in the threads on the design, sorry.

http://tw200forum.com/forum/performance-customization/8052-rear-disc-brake-conversion-w-i-p.html

http://tw200forum.com/forum/performance-customization/11161-rear-disc-brake-conversion-finally-completed.html
 
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