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 Fair pricing for a WRR?

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Quiksilver2525




PostSubject: Fair pricing for a WRR?   Tue Mar 24, 2015 7:41 pm

Hi all, after looking to buy a WR250R for over two years, I finally jumped on the opportunity to buy one that was located close to home and had some modifications done and extra parts on it. However, I'm starting to suffer from buyer's remorse because I am thinking I was a bit anxious and preemptive in my search and that I may have ended up paying too much for it. I wanted y'all's opinion on whether or not this seems like a fair deal, here are the specs:

2009 WR250R
5600 miles
FMF Powerbomb Header
FMF Power Programmer
AXIS Suspension rework
Rear suspension lowering link
Tail-light eliminator kit with LED mini turn signals
Ricochet Skidplate
KTM Hardparts Handguards
Probably $200-$300 worth of Zeta parts

$4900

Do you all think this was a fair deal or did I pay a bit too much? Nonetheless I am in love with this bike, I'm just wondering whether I should try to sell it for as much as possible and find a better deal, or just invest in more mods from here and rack up the mileage. Any feedback is appreciated, thanks guys.

Yes I'm squidding pretty hard



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YZEtc

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PostSubject: Re: Fair pricing for a WRR?   Tue Mar 24, 2015 8:21 pm

My opinion?
About $1,400 more than I feel is a "good deal".

But, if the bike is in excellent shape, and you already own it, why sweat it?
Have fun riding it. :)
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Quiksilver2525




PostSubject: Re: Fair pricing for a WRR?   Tue Mar 24, 2015 8:47 pm

Thanks for the feedback and wisdom, I guess there's no getting back what I lost unless there are uninformed, eager buyers like myself (unlikely). I'll just learn from this and ride it off thumb
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rsteiger

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PostSubject: Re: Fair pricing for a WRR?   Tue Mar 24, 2015 10:57 pm

Quit worrying about what you paid for the bike - that is water under the bridge. Just go out and enjoy it.


BUT.......


You better start worrying about buying some damn gear before you start some serious riding. At the very minimum get a decent jacket (to keep your upper body from becoming hamburger) and a decent pair of riding boots - you land wrong on a get off and the bike lands on top of your feet/ankles with those shoes in the picture and you will be spending a lot of time off the bike.
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Fiftygrit

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PostSubject: Re: Fair pricing for a WRR?   Tue Mar 24, 2015 11:26 pm

As long as your happy with the ride it is what it is, lots of extras, hell enjoy, thats the best part you have already payed, enjoy it, cheer`s
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Quiksilver2525




PostSubject: Re: Fair pricing for a WRR?   Tue Mar 24, 2015 11:32 pm

Agreed, and no worries this was just to get a picture to show to some friends, I've got full MX gear and am picking up some more street-oriented protection this weekend.
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T-Rev

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PostSubject: Re: Fair pricing for a WRR?   Thu Apr 02, 2015 8:46 pm

I got a 2015 with no miles for $5999
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