Are you going to do the work yourself?Because if your not, you could do better getting a good deal on a newer bike, riding it for a year, and selling it for what you bought it for.But honestly, that bike could be in decent shape.You just have to go through it and check everything before you buy it.
Tires are 250 for the set, final drive about 200 and the top end is about 175 bare bones.If it need a wrist pin or the base gasket gets ruined it could be a bit more.Just Take the pipe off and look inside with a flashlight.For me the results of that inspection would be a hinging factor.E bay also has good deals on parts for that bike.
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