Re: How to best price my Ninja Dirt?
I think the dirt modifications will hurt your ability to sell. You made it yours, which is great, but it's going to be hard to find someone else who wants the same thing you did.
That said, I would put it up for $2800 or so and see if you get any emails. Down-play the mods in the ad. "EX500 with dirt tires - used for gravel/dirt road riding, so the street tires didn't make much sense."
I know you probably did a lot more than that, but personally, the more I see someone changing things and working on a bike, the less I want to deal with it as a buyer. I see that a lot with track bikes. "2003 GSXR 600 with GSXR1000 forks and shock, R1 master cylinder..." and so on. Those may be great, fantastic, superb modifications, but I'll never remember them all if something breaks and i need to replace it...
Documentation of your modifications would make me feel better about buying from you, but if putting the bike back to stock(ish) is an option, I'd consider that your best way to get the most cash.
'97 EX500 (SOLD March, 2011)<br />'93 CBR F2 (track - sold)<br />'03 600RR (track - sold)<br />'00 Honda XR100 (race mule) OMRL #524, stock XR100 and Formula 3!<br />'00 Suzuki GSX 750F (ugly street mule)