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parted out a 650 rxl EFI

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Default parted out a 650 rxl EFI

sold longblock and chassis

still have many parts

136 skid

ECU

injectors

2 up parts

electric start

trailing arms

air box

handlebars

cogs

tail light

carbs

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What year trailing arms?
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well i took the 94s off it and put them on my 91 trial


so i only have the ones off my 91 trail...u can have for free if ya need them.

ill be getting another set later tonight off a 97 XCR if your interested
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Why don't you use that 136 skid in your trail instead of buying extensions?
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^^ Exactly what I wondered lol. They are too old for me, I need 95-97 arms.
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I mean one way or another those rails LR skid would work and be better then bolt one in my eyes.
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cost $70 for rail extension


would cost me $100 + to have drop brackets welded in 136 skid...
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You could use the SLP bolt on drop brackets oR make your own. Little bit of 90 plate steel and some tome and your good.

But I guess if u can get 70 for the skid its almost a even swap
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Could even get crazy and make up a "t" bracket so a Leicester goes up in the tunnel and under foot for extra support and then rivet the shit out of it.
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I could do a few things yes but the rail extensions are the cleaner/easier option for me
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I think BrianLee is looking for some RXL parts ;)
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Lol
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i just sold all RXL specific parts last night in a batch...


gave him 4 rubbermade tubes full of RXL crap for $50 and a set of hood screens...ha

i dont like tripples, twin all the way...no offense
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