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2019 Honda CRF450R w/ CMX 120" kit - $8,500 (Bozeman)

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2019 Honda CRF450 with a 2017 CMX 120" snowbike kit mounted to it. This bike has been all sorts of upgraded to be the best snowbike it can be, never ridden on dirt. All original dirt parts included so you can swap back when you want to.

Engine had a full top and bottom rebuild last year so there are zero hours on it. Around 80 hrs on the rest of the bike, 120 hrs on the CMX kit.

Full maintenance log comes with purchase, along with all the spare parts I have, oil, a ramp, stand, etc.

This is everything you need to get into snowbiking or upgrade to a rock solid setup.

Upgrades:
- Hot Cams Stage 2 camshaft
- Tokyo Mods snowbike ECU flash (stock maps still accessible)
- 2019 CMX billet spindle upgrade
- Shortened CMX tunnel
- Rotopax gas can w/ mounting system for tunnel
- 2 spare belts for CMX kit: I've only snapped one belt in all my time riding this kit
- CMX wheel kit: honestly never needed it but some prefer it
- Thermo-bob thermostat: to keep engine temps good in and out of powder, I've ridden in as low as -20
- PST engine jacket: helps keep temps stable
- AirPro fork bottoming kit: currently set for a 220 lb rider but air means easy adjustment to fit your feel. Helps the fork handle the additional weight of the kit, gives it a more progressive travel.
- Trail Tech Vapor computer: engine temps, tach, engine hours
- Lithium-Iron battery: absolutely amazing at cranking in super cold weather
- leads for multiple battery tender systems: useful for keeping the battery in shape and for jumping it on days you're stopping and starting a lot
- RAM mount for phone/GPS
- SealSavers fork covers: keeps ice crystals and tree branches away from the fork seals
- Roll up rad-blockers: for extra deep pow days where you don't need anything touching the rads to stay cool
- Frogskinned air filter and all airbox entry points: to keep snow out of the engine

There are tons of other small upgrades to this bike to make it the best snowbike it can be, and these are all the sorts of things you'll have to figure out on your own the hard way if you buy a snowbike setup from the dealer or one the person hasn't ridden much, though I think most forum members know that. Let my loss of riding partners be your gain. CMX kits are backwards compatible with all their new models, so if you want to turn this into a this-year kit you'd only need to buy their wider belt drive upgrade and (optionally) the new hot swappable length rails.

All dirt parts come with it, all unridden. The CMX kit is much better than a Timbersled in my opinion, rides much more agile and like a dirt bike, but I have to mention it since some are searching thinking Timbersled is synonymous with snowbike.

Contact me through CL chat or email initially, I can give you my number once we've established contact.

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