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2000 Aprilia Mille on mail.2040motos

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SF Bay Area,

SF Bay Area

Aprilia Other description

For sale is my 2000 Aprilia Mille with 38,5xx miles. It does have some rash on the right side that the previous owner repaired reasonably well. I have almost all replacement fairings. Please do not think that is has a lot of miles, because Rotax motors run forever with little maintenance. It has a lot of aftermarket parts on it: hi-performance chip, shotgun race mufflers (no baffles-it's loud), BMC air filter, adjustable rear sets, Pazzo adjustable levers, Evo clutch slave cylinder, front turn signals integrated into mirrors, woodcraft 2" bar risers w/bars (have extra set of new black bars) with new custom Galfer front brake hose, Galfer rear wave rotor w/brand new pads, frame sliders. Also included is rear seat and pegs. Comes with extras like a tinted windshield, stock brake hose and clip-ons, grips, owner's manual and shop manual, oil filter, rear stand and probably some other stuff. Recent full service with 15-40 Motul. Has Michelin Pilots with at least 1/2 tread. This bike is fast, and not for a beginner. Test with cash in hand and valid lic. Have title and will have a full tank of gas. Thanks Rick NO TRADES!! Price is firm

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