To me a lot would depend on several additional factors , first the body / plastics , then tires , does it have new OEM's or do they need to be replaced ? Then just the overall condition and are there any farkles ?It was replaced because of a massive cvt failure and belt was replaced. Dealer did the work...it was my friends Burgman and started making noise about 7000 miles. Dealer didn't find anything wrong and it went out totally about 24,500 with about a $4,000 repair bill which dealer marked down to $2,500. He sold it to someone else who doesn't ride. I rode it and it seems ok now. I planned to offer about $2,500 and maybe pay just a bit more but not much more.
In theory it should be as good as a new one, but still an '06 w/ 25k.
Not that it hasn't been covered in a million threads. '03-'09 are interchangeable with each other and '11-'14 are interchangeable with each other but you can't use the later ones in the earlier ones unless the primary pulley assembly has been updated like I did on my '03. There's about a 2mm length difference and the longer one would bottom out in the wrong year.Is the stopper bolt on the 2006 model a direct replacement with the new improved one?
They improved the bolt to make it harder for the 09 and that is the bolt you will get when you get a replacement for your 06. Just order the bolt for your model year and you will get the improved bolt.Is the stopper bolt on the 2006 model a direct replacement with the new improved one?
First gen gold color, replacement/later silver in color, and the latest with primary pulley upgrade is black in color.As mentioned, this machine had the CVT and assorted parts replaced (probably late '09 - 10) and hardly has been ridden since. Runs fine now. Is it likely the new stopper bolt was used in that repair and is there a way to tell? If not, should it be replaced at once, even though new?