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For sale is a 2000 triumph Sprint RS. The bike was purchased at the end of 2002 brand new as a leftover from Cycle Connection in Lodi NJ ( A certified Triumph dealer). Unfortunately, due to health issues I was never able to ride the bike much at all. The motorcycle has only 539 miles. It has been kept on a battery tender, garage kept and extremely well maintained.

Pics can be found here:[email protected]/sets/72157616386255739/

Modifications to the bike are:
K&N drop in Filter
Renegade High mount Carbon fiber exhaust (very rare!!)
Stock Stainless Steel Header Jet-Hot coated (won't ever turn that sickly brown from heat)
Triumph custom tune for ECU (Triumph certified technician installed)
Westco Gel battery
Colder brass quick disconnect fuel line fittings
Lockhart Phillips flush mount front turn signals
Low profile rear turn signals
Triumph Carbon Fiber Tank pad
Triumph Rear seat cover
Lightweight aluminum foot pegs
Daytona Mirrors
Gen Mar Handlebar risers (raise the bars 1 inch, easily removed for a more racer's crouch)
Triumph Daytona Single Sided Swing arm, and rear wheel
Wheels and Swing arm custom painted stock body color (Lucifer Orange), normally painted silver
Custom Carbon fiber Swing arm cover with the Union Jack flag
Carbon fiber rear hugger
Carbon fiber Hub cover
Triumph nut and axle cover custom painted dark grey
Ohlins fully adjustable rear shock

Other than the stock swing arm, suspension and wheel, most of the stock parts can be included if desired: air filter, exhaust, rear foot pegs and brackets, etc.

Since I probably wont need them anymore I can throw in the two helmets I have: One is a KBC in black chrome, the other is an older HJC in silver - both large. The HJC has some scratches, but not too bad, the KBC is mint. I also have a large Joe Rocket Spring/Fall jacket. I have a disc lock too so no one can wheel the bike away. And a Lockhart Phillips front stand to lift the front wheel off the ground. All will be included if wanted.

The custom work cost over $4000, and all of the mechanical work was done by a certified Triumph mechanic at Cycle Connection in Lodi.

This bike MUST be seen in person to be appreciated, you will not find a bike in better condition, with this low mileage for the money.
Asking $4500 or best offer - price is definitely negotiable, but please no lowball offers.

PM if interested.

Thanx for looking!
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