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sleggett2101

Z-400 for Sale in Ohio

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I have a 2004 Z-400 that I am selling for 4500 OBO. I am selling this because I left for college in Cincinnati and I am never home enough to get a chance to ride it. I have a ton of aftermarket products on it as well. Too many to name off the top of my head. I have only rode it around the yard ever since I put the aftermarket products on it. I will say the motor is complete stock and I do have a slip-on pipe from TC Racing and they also put a higher rev limiter on also. If you have any question please feel free to contact me with any questions. Please only serious inquires. Email is [email protected]

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That's pretty sharp looking, Who makes that?

And sorry I don't have that kind of cash to buy it. Stick with my Yamaha Warrior right now.

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That's pretty sharp looking, Who makes that?

Suzuki, Artic Cat and Kawasaki all sold that bike with their label on it

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