Did you get it from Paul at Texieras??? Idk about a lift kit but some aftermarket tires would do the trick. Also skid plates if you're hitting the power lines. They can get rough in sections!!!
No, went out of state for it. Texieras only had a couple of 2016's, a 325 and a 900. They have been sitting in their yard for 3 (possibly 4 years now). The 900 when I was taken to look at it had mold growing on the seat from sitting outside so long. If he had been willing to cut a really good deal for a 3 year old machine I would have considered it, I live about 10 minutes from them. As it was he gave me a quote for the 325 and gave me a whopping $300 off because it was leftover. I called around to a few places and found Ronnies is North Adams, MA. He took $2k off the price of a 2018 that was on the showroom floor. It already had the roof, windshield, and some of the storage bags in the overhead installed. He also cut me a great deal on the accessories as I told him I would install all of it myself so no labor needed on his part. Also did not pay sales tax (I don't plan on registering it in NY) so I saved a ton of money there too.
My neighbor with the 500 sportsman went to buy a new one at Texieras, the story he told me was it was on the showroom floor, the price tag read $6900, he said fine, I'll take it, started putting cash on the counter, he turns around and says, Oh no, it's over $10k, it has several thousands worth of accessories on it. He was not amused, picked up his money off the counter and walked out the door, hasn't been back since. When they were a KTM dealer, I went in to buy some small items, they didn't have a set of wheel bearings in stock, so they said they would be in a few days. I said no problem, I don't have a race this weekend. When I went to pick them up they were like double what they should be, I said, hey, what's this $19.95 charge on the reciept? Oh, well that's a special order cost because we didn't have them in stock! Now, if you are not familiar with KTM's and dirt bikes, you should know 2 things, wheel bearings are a wear item, in a rocky/muddy enduro you can wear a set out in 2 rides. The other thing is KTM almost never changes the wheel bearings so 1 part number will work for every adult size machine for the last 15 years, occasionally they change the spacers, but that's only happened once in the last decade! This would be like Autozone charging you $20 because they don't have pair of brake pads for your Honda Cvcc in stock! I was pissed and went back to ordering mail order. My buddy walked in to look at a new 250 2 stroke KTM. KTM makes a 250 2 stroke and a 250 four stroke and they are only separated by an "F" in their model designation (i.e. 250 XC-W = 2 stroke, 250 XCF-W= 4 stroke). The price tags on the 2 bikes were reversed as the 2 stroke had a tag that was $1000 higher than the 4 stroke. If he had been in the market for a 4 stroke he could have got a great deal. When he pointed it out to them they told him he didn't know what he was talking about!