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That’s exactly what I was figuring. I was going to list it for $1600 and try to get $1500-$1400. We will see how it goes.  I still have some flashy stuff to add on before the  week is out so I will get that done see if it looks any more attractive. 

Thanks for the input.       

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I realized while I was putting the back together the air box was missing a big part. Shame on me for not realizing. Anyway the parts are well over $200. Found other Mojave bikes that I was going to buy to to pull parts but all missing the air box parts I needed and spending the $200.  So I decided to make some parts and order a filter.  Total $18 bucks.

 The first pic is what I did the second is what it should look like. 

Thoughts ????

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On 9/2/2019 at 6:26 PM, Frank Angerano said:

Got the rest of the bike up in the air finally! Everything is unbolted and ready to pull the engine off.  Love this new lift I picked up, gets the bike way up and easy to work on.  

Going to be at a stand still now until the parts and paint come in! 😡

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That's a nice scissor lift!

On 9/13/2019 at 10:17 PM, Frank Angerano said:

I realized while I was putting the back together the air box was missing a big part. Shame on me for not realizing. Anyway the parts are well over $200. Found other Mojave bikes that I was going to buy to to pull parts but all missing the air box parts I needed and spending the $200.  So I decided to make some parts and order a filter.  Total $18 bucks.

 The first pic is what I did the second is what it should look like. 

Thoughts ????

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Looks good to me, like those K&N filters for cars. Should give you more power as long as the cfm ins't too high and run too lean. Is that a generic or fit for this mojave?

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Sad to say but the Mojave is on its way to NJ to its new owner.  Sold it today to a kid who saved his money to buy an atv.  I dropped the price so this  kid can have it. I’m happy where it’s going but I was sad to see it leave.  

 

Great project! 

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Did the same on one a while back. Older lady needed one to run a half mile to a deer stand. Told her if she'd use it and not let it rot like I pulled it from, take it and be happy. 

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Nice of you to let the kid have it. Nice work, like the green and the air filter color matches as well.

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