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2006 HP2 Enduro -- Highly Accessorized Maryland
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Blaster11
Tue Apr 09 2019, 11:48pm
Registered Member #307
Joined: Sat Oct 09 2010, 11:54pm

Posts: 1
$13,500
Located in Southern Maryland (35 miles south of Washington DC).

I am the fourth owner, and have had it since it had about 500 miles on it. It's an adventure bike. Yes, it's been on the ground but nothing that was traumatic nor significant. Odometer =25K miles

I really enjoy customizing my bikes, and this was one of my later builds which left nothing out. But if you prefer to return to stock, I have kept the original parts too (which are included in the sale).

Upgrades:

Forks have been reworked by Fast Bike Industries with Marchozzi inserts and also resprung (Compression and rebound now in both forks)
Ohlins--Rear Suspension
HPN Overized Fuel Tank (about 250 miles before a fill up)
Scotts Steering Stabilizer
Renazco Aftermarket Seat (super comfortable)
Leo Vince Muffler (with extension so as not to heat up your pannier contents)
Holan Pannier Racks (hard cases not shown, but included)
- Added Touratech support braces to better transfer loads to the frame
Doubletake Mirrors
Touratech Handguards with wind deflectors
Touartech Rear Tail Rack
Touratech Rear Tool Bag (underseat)
Factory BMW GPS Mounting bracket
Touratech Skidplate
Touratech frame Guards (by foot pegs)
Touratech power outlet in cockpit
Touratech Bar Risers
Touratech Engine Crash Bars
Kaoko Throttle Lock
Oversized Foot Pegs (great for standing during those long gravel days)
Woody's Wheel works aftermarket side stand bracket, way stronger than stock
Bike did not come with heated grips but I added them using all BMW parts, nice addition

34 photos here:
https://blaster11.smugmug.com/Motorcycles/For-Sale-2006-BMW-HP2-Enduro

[ Edited Wed Apr 10 2019, 12:04am ]
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space
Fri Apr 12 2019, 12:55pm
a/k/a Jake

Registered Member #15
Joined: Sat Jan 17 2009, 04:28pm

Posts: 240
Fantastic setup! A lot of thought clearly went into that build.

Someone will be very lucky to pick up this bike.
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