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post #1 of 4 Old 06-22-2007, 09:57 PM Thread Starter
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ATV: 2000 Arctic Cat 500 4x4
I have a 2000 Arctic Cat 500 SRA Auto 4x4 that I have been thinking of selling to get some money for a motorcycle. It has 4 27x12 Mudzillas with 95%+ tread, 1.5" Spacers on rear, Slide Mod, Oury Grips, AC-3 Tractor Muffler with snorkel, HL Lift Kit, Jet Kit, Fan Switch, 2 55 Watt Driving Lights, reverse light, EPI Clutch Kit with green wet clutch springs-yellow secondary-and black and silver rollers, belt and exhaust is snorkeled, Intake IS NOT, and the Radiator is relocated up on the front rack.

The bike has a lil over 1400 miles on it. The top end was rebuilt no more than 35 miles ago. I had a slow leak in the intake snorkel that caused water to get into the cylinder and wear out the rings. I changed the oil twice before I took it all apart and there wasn't any water left in the oil. I changed it 3 more times to be 100% certain there was no water in the motor before I began to take it apart.

The motor still ran fine before I tore it apart. It did smoke a bit so I decided to rebuild the top end before it got any worse.

I put in new rings, valves, valve seals, and valve springs. The cylinder was fine and did not need to have an overbore. I took off the intake snorkel to break in the rings. I put 15 miles on the bike and changed the oil and filter again. I put another 15 on the bike and changed the oil and filter again. I was told that I needed to do that as the new rings will put off tiny shavings as they break in.

The water pump has new seals throughout. I also have a new water pump bearing that can be installed if the one in it ever fails. The carb has fairly new o-rings and gaskets in it. The front left axle has one newer CV boot and one CV boot that hasn't been ridden on. Both front wheel bearings have around 100 miles on them. I've changed the diff oils every 75 to 100 miles.

I have stock 489 tires that will come with the bike, an extra cv boot, and i'm sure I have a few more parts around here somewhere.

The bike needs brakes and bulbs for the stock headlights.

2000 500 Arctic Cat 4x4 Auto, 4 27x12 Mudzillas, 1.5" Spacers, Warn in the front, Champion in the rear, Shane Mod, Slide Mod, Sealed Pull Start, Oury Grips, AC-3 Tractor Muffler, HL Lift Kit, Jet Kit, Fan Switch, 55 Watt Driving Lights, Fully Snorkeled. (Mine)

2006 Yamaha Grizzly with 14" ITP's and 27" XTR's. (Dads)

2006 400 Kodiak 4x4, Warn 2.5, 27" Vampires. (Brothers)

2006 500 Foreman 4x4 w/ 27" Bi/Tri's, Warn 2.5. (Uncles)

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depend on your area, used atv's are hard to sell and get decient money for atleast in my neck of the woods. try kbb.com or nada.com for a general idea on price if it were stock then add some for the mods.
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ATV: 2007 Arctic Cat 650 H1
2009 Mileage: 560
2007 Mileage: 1485
Ids say its worth at least..1600$

Its hard to get your money back with mods, extras sutff that you did to it.

07 AC 650 H1 BLACK
AC Handguards (black)
3.5K Winch
Cabelas trailerable cover
Cabelas rear cargo/seat
60" Plow
2" Hidden Snork
BlackMagic Full exhaust ( collectors item now!..lol )
145 Main jet
2 Stage UNI filter
Front and rear bumpers(..oh yeah..)
50 Ft. Gorilla Blue Steel synthetic rope
26-9-14, 26-11-14 Terra Cross RT-XD tires on 14" ITP 112s
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ATV: 2000 Arctic Cat 500 4x4
It is worth $2,900 on KBB. I could probably get $2,500 out of the stock bike. I could take off the mods and sell them seperate.

Thanks for the replies.

2000 500 Arctic Cat 4x4 Auto, 4 27x12 Mudzillas, 1.5" Spacers, Warn in the front, Champion in the rear, Shane Mod, Slide Mod, Sealed Pull Start, Oury Grips, AC-3 Tractor Muffler, HL Lift Kit, Jet Kit, Fan Switch, 55 Watt Driving Lights, Fully Snorkeled. (Mine)

2006 Yamaha Grizzly with 14" ITP's and 27" XTR's. (Dads)

2006 400 Kodiak 4x4, Warn 2.5, 27" Vampires. (Brothers)

2006 500 Foreman 4x4 w/ 27" Bi/Tri's, Warn 2.5. (Uncles)

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