Honda Xr 400R 400R 2003, Honda XR400R, Street Legal, registered in CA. Large capacity Clark tank, IMS footrest, Renthal rods, XR Manifold and hose with silencer, 36mm Mikuni pump carburetor, 200 watt Ricky stator stator, new sprockets and enduro chain, custom underrun protection plate, new plastics, new front tire, Baja Designs Street Legal conversion kit including speedometer. Very nice reliable motorcycle $3,900.00 9513150430 The XR 400R was introduced in 1996. Its frame, plastic and suspension components were similar to those of the XR250R, and it had a similar air-cooled engine with RFVC cylinder head technology. The XR400R had more travel and a longer wheelbase than the XR250R of the same year. Many XR400Rs have been heavily modified and work. The 400 was perhaps the most versatile in the XR lineup; Many have participated in amateur motocross and enduro events. Equipped with street lighting, it also worked reasonably well as a dual-purpose bicycle. It was simple, reliable and durable. Hard to break and easy to fix. In 2004, Honda discontinued the XR400R. Nowadays, OEMs mainly build highly specialized dual-sport motorcycles (expensive European-style enduros) or very affordable (Honda CRF250L, etc.). But a few years ago, when motorcycle sales were booming and emissions regulations weren`t as restrictive, the focus was more on versatile machines, motorcycles that ran decently off-road, but weren`t quite terrible on the road either.
The 650cc class is a good example of this, but there was also a strong 350-400 class, often with a road-legal version of the bike, and a stripped-down version that was only capable off-road. STREET LEGAL Dirt Bike. Works very well. Registration valid until February 2018. Pink briefs in hand. Very clean for the age of this bike. Great on gas! It`s a tough bike to find for road approval! New mirrors, turn signals and lights. 2002 Honda Xr 400, Dual Sport, road homologated, plated and registered. Desert tank, skid plate, handguard, GPR stabilizer, Renthal mount, front and rear wing transmission pockets, aluminum mount, original manual, also comes with loading ramp. This bike is super clean and adjusted.
It is clicked for So Cal Terrain on the front forks and rear springs. He`s ready to kick and leave. $3,400.00 I can`t get a clear answer here, so I throw it into the group. I have a 2002 XR 400 and I live in about. It has the Baja Design Dual Sport kit with all work lights, turn signals, etc. No speedometer or odometer. I want to make it legal on the street, but I can`t understand how or if it`s possible. Does anyone know what I need to do? Thank you. An electric version of the XR250R was sold in Asia as the XR250 and in Australia as the XR250L.
The Honda model designation for this is MD30. It is based on the XR250R model from 1996-2004, but with a different suspension, fuel tank, rear subframe, electric, carburetor, camshaft and especially the addition of an electric starter. There were two variants of the bike, a single-headlight version that more closely resembles the standard XR250R, and a dual-headlight „Baja” version.  XR600R wave fighter approved for a San Diego firefighter! Production engine and transmission, but otherwise a heavily modified XR400R. The bike is in perfect riding condition with a clear title. Works strongly. Easy start. The setting is straight and the bike paths real. All functions and components are in good condition. It was originally an „off-road-only” green 4-stroke green off-road motorcycle, which was legally modified and approved for road traffic.
Comes with a set of spare wheels mounted with good off-road tires, sprocket and brake discs. Many performance improvements (see below) AC dmv street labels good until November 14th, green CA off-road sticker label expired June `14 I am the 3rd owner. I have maintained and bathed this bike during the years I owned it, and yes, the pivot point of the swingarm has been regularly greased so that it is not frozen like many older XRs. The bike works and looks fantastic! It`s an eye-catcher in the street. People stop to admire it and ask questions about it. NOTE: This motorcycle has been used for the off-road use for which it was designed and shows the typical minor stripes you would expect from a used off-road motorcycle. These defects are aesthetic in nature and do not affect the reliability, operation or safety of the motorcycle. Please check the photos carefully before bidding. Honda doesn`t have an odometer installed on the XR400R, so the actual mileage is unknown. The buyer is responsible for collection and shipping. I also accept pickup on site.
—————————————————————————————————————————————– Below is some detailed information about building bikes that I think serious buyers will appreciate: Not your XR400 mill, far from it! This is a heavily modified California plated 2003 Honda XR400R. I built this bike to be an indestructible and lightweight performance dual sport that doesn`t compromise. The already reliable XR engine, fuel system and brakes are made of bone material. But almost everything else has been updated. The standard chassis is just off-road enough, so I replaced the fork springs at the front with progressive coils and racing valves. Followed by custom rear spring and rear shock absorber with valve. With the stick hanging, crossing a rock garden on the west coast was stressful and tiring. But with the upgraded suspension, Scott`s steering damper and SRC fork reinforcement, this XR now looks like a smooth and effortless ride, simply absorbing the roughest terrain. Very accurate.
It goes where you show it without shaking your limbs in jello. The stylish A-loop seat and fuel tank conversion allow you to shift your body weight farther forward in corners, greatly improving control and stability, much like a motocross bike. To recover lost fuel capacity from the original tank, I added an Acerbis auxiliary fuel tank just behind the headlight fairing, which distributes weight forward to improve steering control. This bike comes with 2 sets of wheels: one set carries Avon Distanzias for the road, the other set has Dunlop Sports D739 for dirt. To be a true double sport, I wanted to have the opportunity to drive in the city, on the highway or on dirt. With a sprocket of 15 teeth in the front and 45 teeth in the rear, the standard final gearbox is 3:1 and works well on trails, but it is not suitable for highway speeds (in fact, it is quite dangerous to drive a standard XR400 on the highway). For my two lenses, I adjusted the length of the chain to accommodate 2 sets of gears; I went with a 43-tooth rear wheel on the road and dirt wheels with a 15-tooth front sprocket for the road that gives you a 2,866:1 gearbox that allows for an easy and safe cruising speed of 70mph on the highway or high-speed driving in the desert. For trail hikes, I swap dirt wheels with a 13-tooth sprocket, which gives it a 3.3:1 axle drive and makes the XR400 an absolute tractor! I decided not to use dual sports tyres because I thought they were too compromised for me, especially on gravel.
But if, as a buyer, you prefer to drive dual sports tires so you can drive the highway to your favorite tracks, you`ll bring the small 13-tooth front sprocket and Allen key in your pocket and simply swap the 13-tooth front sprocket on the trailhead, which only takes a few minutes. then back home for the return home.