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Ysrz....the dream!!!!

I want to build a ysr with a rz 350 engine. I like 4strokes too for the simple fact that i dont have to mess with 2stroke oil but that topend power and sound of the rz350 is cool. Also i know that there is some wheel size issues to keep it street legal. The 4 stroke ....maybe a 450 enduro engine would be cool and would be alittle easyer to maintane. I builded a ysr 50 and put an 80 in it and zipped that around for a while, it was hands down the funnest bike i ever road.....but need more power.
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I'd love to get my hands on a roller and and transplant in one of those 250cc Zongshen engines Juiced up on Methanol

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Re: Ysrz....the dream!!!!

What do you think a complete all stock YSR 50 is worth?
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What do you think a complete all stock YSR 50 is worth?
It depends on some factors.....

What year it is....?

Does it run...

Does it have mods....

Is it streetlegal with a title....?

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if it has a title and the vin number is intact its worth something check if the tires are good and not dry rotten that all the plastics are in good shape with minimal or no repairs has the bike been maintained or has the grease in the wheels and stearing dried up... all the little things add up to a lot of $$$$ in the end then is it worth it or could you have gotten a grome and have unlimited accessories parts and hop ups!

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if it has a title and the vin number is intact its worth something check if the tires are good and not dry rotten that all the plastics are in good shape with minimal or no repairs has the bike been maintained or has the grease in the wheels and stearing dried up... all the little things add up to a lot of $$$$ in the end then is it worth it or could you have gotten a grome and have unlimited accessories parts and hop ups!
Very true theres no substitute for the power that EFI125cc produces...….

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I would guess $1,000 to $2000 if it in good shape. When I had mine a lot of people were dropping a 80cc Yamaha engine in them.
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Re: Ysrz....the dream!!!!

It is 1988 and it all looks completely stock, it has some very minor scuffs on the stock fairing.

He has a bill of sale as its been in storage for 20 years. It is missing the passenger seat pad.

I haven't seen it in person yet so I don't know if the wheel bearings and triple tree bearings are greased or dry.

I'm sure it doesn't run since its been stored and I don't know if it was running when parked or not. It has the stock wheels and tires.

Some one had for sale here in Vegas for $900. I think they are kinda rare now. And thought it might be worth it for maybe just the parts?

It has all of the lights, blinkers tail light etc.

Now that I think about it I think it is missing a plug? Thing above the tail light on the seat fairing section.

Over all its in pretty good shape and it looks all stock.
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It just sold for $900 so I guess thats not a bad price. I looked around on Ebay some and so just one. It had after market fairing on it and I think they wanted about 3 grand! I don't think they will sell it for that but stranger things have happened.

I tried to get the pictures to post but I don't see them anymore.
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thats a good price for right out of 20 years of storage and no title its going to take a lot of work to get it going changing all of the seals at a minimum and get a licence plate on it

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It just sold for $900 so I guess thats not a bad price. I looked around on Ebay some and so just one. It had after market fairing on it and I think they wanted about 3 grand! I don't think they will sell it for that but stranger things have happened.

I tried to get the pictures to post but I don't see them anymore.
Thats about the going rate for that level of bike....Had it had a legit title with an odometer it would of fetched around $2000 in condition stated aswell as running..

You can go on KBB and look at what KBB values it at....They valued my 1988 KX125 at $800.00 and my CR500 at $1150.00...I got both for half that each and put $1000 into the CR500 with a 540 stroker kit and $650 into the KX125 with a basically brand new overhaul of the whole engine and the frame / suspension parts too..

Both bikes were bill of sale bikes but I have NYS titles for them now so when I go to sell them they'll be worth what they'll fetch as far as overall condition but Ill definitely be making a profit on both....




I bought my YSR's for $500 each,,raced both for a couple races each and sold both for $900 each...The blue one had a 125cc engine too and that was back in 2006..........

One thing about buying a bill of sale bike is you dont know if its stolen and has been sitting in someones shed hidden away or not and taking a huge chance buying it unless the seller took it to the police station and got a report stating all is legit following a VIN check then went to the DMV and got Statement of Ownership paperwork for it.......

The chinese version of them were the X15's/18's and X19's with the 110cc 4 stroke Honda clone electric start engines.........I had those models too

My X15 was made 100% street legal with NY State title.I paid $275.00 for mine and put $700.00 into it to make it street legal..I made a pretty nice profit on it too compared to the YSR's combined........LOL......Go figure
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You have some good points to check. I definitely wouldn’t want to buy something that may have been stolen.

I was just curious as to how much these might be worth. To see if I might be able to pick it up and part it out. Or sell it out right and make a little coin.

The bike would have probably needed more work than I could do.

It was cool to see pop up though. I don’t see them anymore.
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You have some good points to check. I definitely wouldn’t want to buy something that may have been stolen.

I was just curious as to how much these might be worth. To see if I might be able to pick it up and part it out. Or sell it out right and make a little coin.

The bike would have probably needed more work than I could do.

It was cool to see pop up though. I don’t see them anymore.
I unknowingly bought a couple stolen bikes years back when craigslist first came out...

Although I didn't get arrested I also didn't get the money I paid for the bikes and the money I put into them so after that I always take anything bought bill of sale to the local PD..

I do a similar thing when I get free boats from craigslist and the person giving it away were giving it away as-is...I call the marine police and they come to either collect the boat and then have it checked out at the depot if the boat looks too unbelievably nice for being free and if the boat is over a certain age they do an on the spot overall assessment of its current condition then issues the boat new hull identification numbers etched into the gelcoat......

This thing is two years younger than me and works unbelievably well....LOL


Another freebie boat….This one had a seized up 454 EFI Mercruiser engine in it so I put a new EFI 454 but added a supercharger to give it more lowend torque and a twin prop outdrive where both props are on 1 shaft but spin 2 different ways to handle the extra torque and prevent chining...….


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i print the cragslist add of anything i intend to buy or look at on cragslist before i even contact the seller it will stand up in cort

a thief will call you and ask if your on the way and take the add down befor you get there

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i print the cragslist add of anything i intend to buy or look at on cragslist before i even contact the seller it will stand up in cort
Craigslist keeps everything they post on an electronic record...It has your IP and a valid emsil address that the post was started under a device also viewed under or reply to a seller using a different device but when druggies or lowlifes sell stuff theyre usually broke with-in hours and getting anything from them through restitution is pretty futile in NY also to mention druggies don't get jailtime...They get rehab and community service.....

Even when you take them to small claims court and win the judgement good luck getting paid still..

Sometimes its best to just buy stuff that's above reproach...….

Ebay has a similar feature too...It logs all of the IP addresses that view the page whether your a member or a guest....

One time I had a worker who viewed a really nice car for sale on ebay on my shop computer back in 2002..The seller lived ln the area and dummy puts his phone # on the ad just in case the bidder had questions and wanted a faster answer..

The [ex-]employees friends stole the car after the dumbazz ex employee calls the guy asking where the seller was keeping the car under a ruse to view the car in person before bidding in a way to obtain the sellers address.....

The cops came to my shop looking for answers a week later and for months afterward I still had this guy working for me and all the while tools were miraculously stolen too like field compressors on pull trailers and a bobcat on a flat trailer...…

It took a lil while to sort things out but eventually the crooks got caught and the owner of the car got his car back......I never got my equipment back though....LOL

Heres an old ad from one of the car forums posted on his behalf....I edited out the less pertinent info
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