Buddy had one, tank range was laughable. Do you enjoy wrenching? Willing to do maintenance yourself? KTMs of this era were largely bulletproof for major problems but susceptible to small issues.
I've had a handful of supermotos, mostly DRZs and 690/701s.
Have you ridden supermotos? You'll either love them or hate them. For me, it was like black tar heroin. Nothing is more fun below 60mph.
Taco had one of those sitting around for several years and couldn't sell it. I believe it was a track only model around here. Cool looking bike, would make a nice mantel piece for the well healed moto guy.
DJH is local to me. Good times!Most parts easy to get still. I hear someone is machining new countershafts for these (which was discontinued a few years ago)
DJH still rebuilds RFS engines, so that's not a worry. Navin's buddy Dave has one converted to dirt duty. I'd suggest reaching out to him.
Cool bike, no question
Congratulations!Well it followed me home. Pretty clean, steering stabilizer started to puke oil on my test ride, starts right up, shifts gears. Kickstand needs some love, its a trail tech and kinda sucks.
I think I can fix the stand and try to rebuild the Scott's! We will see....Congratulations!
Service the steering stabilizer, should be okay. If it's a Scott's, you can ship it to them for overhaul. Apparently it's quite reasonable.
Kickstands aren't expensive, but they are fragile.
That's going to be a lot of fun this summer