2006 Ktm 300XCW Street Legal 2 stroke Texas Title 300 XCW XC-W XC 300 - $4,000 (Nw Houston Cypress/Fairfield)

The Ktm 300 XC-W is one of the best dirt bikes ever made, ask anyone who owns one or has owned one, It has the grunt of a 4 stroke but revs like a 2 stroke, the XC stands for cross country and the W stands for wide ratio transmission so it has a great geared transmission. I only bought this KTM because it is street legal and I love 2 strokes. It is only for sale because I had hopes to ride it but have not so it just collects dust in the garage next to another bike that I do not ride, I am 50 and just don’t make the time to do the things I used to enjoy as a young person.

From what I have learned the bike should be good for about 75mph, I put insurance on it the day I got it and it is $75 for the entire year. There is an on off switch for the lights and a key for the ignition on the front headlight. The bike always starts right up and runs awesome. A few months ago I bought a new pipe and muffler, New grips, and new frame protectors. When I installed those parts I took the tank off and drained all the fuel, put a new spark plug in it and cleaned the carb thoroughly in case I did not ride the bike for a while, I have not put gas in it or started it since so the pipe and muffler are still brand spanking new.

I am the 4th owner of this bike, I have the phone number of the 2nd and 3rd owner and the 2nd owner probably has the number to the 1st owner. I rode the bike 3x for about 5 min each just riding around the neighborhood, two of my Cul-de-sac friends rode it for about 5 min around the neighborhood as well. The owner before me rode it on a couple trails just a couple times, and the second owner just trail rode it, taking it on out of state trips, and I have no idea what the first owner did. I met the second owner and he informed me that Andrew Cooksey built the crank, he builds cranks better than brand new from the factory so this crank is super well tuned/trued etc. Links below:



I noticed that the fork seals were leaking a little so I bought new fork oil, new seals, and the speciality tools it takes to install them, there are YouTube videos on how to do it, it is not a hard job and I will get to it when I can if the bike does not sell first.

The bike has a clean clear Texas title, a Texas license plate, and comes with manuals, The bike does not have an hour meter but the engine feels very fresh, has great compression and runs awesome, the bike is kickstart only. Below is a list of modifications and the cost.

Upgraded Ktm Racing Rotors $250
Upgraded Excel Takasago rims $400
Upgraded TM Designworks chain guide $100
Upgraded Supersprox 48t Rear sprocket $60
Upgraded ProTaper 14t front sprocket $30
Dirt-bike-gear Fender bag $40
Upgraded EE seat cover $40
Upgraded Boyesen Reed Block $160
Upgraded Silicone radiator hoses $40
Bullet Proof Designs Aluminum Radiator guards $240
Crank Truing and New Rod $300
Upgraded FMF Fatty pipe $300
Upgraded FMF TurbineCore 2 muffler $220
Trail Tech exhaust flange protector $40
Scotts adjustable Steering Damper upgrade $550
Upgraded Renthal Fatbar handle Bars $120
Ktm Racing Headlight $125
Brake light upgrade with switch $100
Acerbis hand guard kit upgrade $100
Aluminum skid plate upgrade $100
DeCal Works MX sticker kit $200
FastWay Evolution 2 foot pegs $200
Trail Tech kickstand upgrade $160.

Those numbers total $3875 and with tax that would be $4260

I am located right by Ault Elementary School which is at 21010 Maple Village Dr, Cypress, TX 77433, that is NW Houston Cypress / Fairfield

Thanks for looking and have a great day.

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