Too many distractions and too little time means I will put this up for sale for a few weeks 'as is' at a discounted price. If theres no sale I will then do the cosmetic stuff myself before ride season and use it for some tours. KTM LC4 (640 I think).. The paintshaker !! This was my Khmer bike and was originally a Duke II.. The Duke SMC and Enduro are all built around the same frame and LC4 engine so can be switched around without too much effort between the 3. I hated the Duke headlight look and so I did a full front end swap with the SMC forks and have a set of later version SMC plastics to go with it. Once I got it I replaced.. All of this is maybe 500 - 1000kms use. Clutch Brakes Pirelli MT60 Tires Chain and sprockets Timing chain Head bearings Wheel bearings Most cables Battery etc To De-Khmer it... Its running strong and tight and has a 40mm carb upgrade on it (old carb comes with it). Its a big heavy thumper not a single track dirtbike but its got huge torque and pulls hard.. Very hoonable Gobs of torque, easy 3rd gear wheelies, well over 160 pulling strong.. Makes the tuned dizzy feel quite tame. Right now its mechanically sorted (bar fork seals) and can be used as is.. However included is a full set of later model SMC plastics in pearlescent white with the far better looking kick up rear fender and the tail light setup.. To fit that on the early LC4s you need to do some modifications and welding to the rear subframe.. Theres threads on Thumpertalk and ADV rider going over it. For very little money it would be easy to have it in the later SMC look and with a bit of sweat equity, and much effort all the hard bits are there to have it more like Or I just seem to be constantly distracted by rides of a different variety and am struggling to make the time for much else. If I end up keeping it then I will add things like a vapor trailtech speedo or koso gauges, some new perches and levers, source the later look headlight setup even a set of copy twin akros slips ons made for it.. 2 tone the wheels orange / white some polish and powdercoat and with the white plastics and some GFX done its a lot more appealing. As she sits.. Because I dont have enough free time.. 130k OVNO.. Thats a 640 KTM with a solid amount of brand new consumables, for the price of a 250 CRF.