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1999 Yamaha WR400F-SM

Runs great, needs nothing! Great power, awesome handling, very reliable and easy to start. Fires on the first or second kick no problem. Never raced. More power than the DRZ400SM, with much less weight. Don't let its age fool you, this is one awesome performing street supermoto.

Here are the details:

  • Sun supermoto rims/Buchannon Heavy Duty Spokes/Rad billet aluminum hubs
  • Pirelli Dragon SuperCorsa tires
  • FMF PowerBomb stainless steel header
  • TwinAir air filter
  • throttle stop removed
  • airbox lid removed
  • rejetted
  • Works Connection aluminum frame guards
  • Works Connection aluminum skidplate
  • Renthal handlebars
  • Baja Designs handlebar switchgear
  • Cycra Probend handguards

New parts (within the last 50 miles):

  • Acerbis Evo Supermoto front fender
  • Acerbis fork slider protectors
  • Acerbis side number panels
  • Acerbis radiator covers
  • Acerbis YZ400F rear fender
  • Cycra Low Profile handguard plastic
  • Custom black seat cover
  • New factory Yamaha headlight mask
  • Custom aluminum license plate/taillight bracket
  • Custom taillight w/ LED bulb
  • Lockhart Phillips front & rear turn signals
  • ProTaper 1/2 Waffle soft compound grips
  • TrailTech Vapor onboard computer
  • Motion Pro T2 throttle cables
  • Motion Pro T2 clutch cable
  • EBC DRC Kevlar race/heavy duty clutch kit
  • EBC 320MM Supermoto rotor kit
  • EBC HH compound brake pads
  • Galfer stainless steel front brake line
  • Acerbis chain slider
  • EK X-Ring 520/110 link chain
  • Renthal 15T front sprocket
  • Sprocket Specialists 44T aluminum rear sprocket
  • Yamaha factory pilot screw kit
  • Yamaha factory water pump seals
  • Cooling system flushed/replaced w/ Water Wetter
  • New oil & filter
  • Fresh NGK sparkplug
  • Valves checked
  • much hardware replaced w/ stainless steel

Large box of extra parts including extra oil filters, control cables, headpipes, frame guards, electrical components, used bodywork . . . the list goes on. I have all the receipts for the new parts I've installed. Located in Lititz, PA (Lancaster County). This is a steal at $3900, you couldn't build one yourself for anywhere close to this price.


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would you be willing to ship? (I hear you can save $$ by "taking it apart" and shipping. I'm in Charleston, SC 29412 or 29401 (business)

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now what?


Great job with the upgrades...If I didn't have a brand new SXV.....I'd FN buy it AGAIN!!!



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no problem, it's very understandable. Great looking bike though.

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