TERRAIN DOMINATOR THAT HAS NOT BEEN ABUSEDThe sled you always wanted... ever buy one and realize afterwards all the **** you would have to do just to have it right, well I've done it.The previous owner took excellent care of the sled previous to my owning it, anything that it needed was done and have the paperwork to show it.Am meticulous with my attention to detail, you will see it when you buy it.More in detail description when we talk... The short list as it stands in regard to anything that an RMK800 would need. Please READ The sled has 3146 miles on it when I bought it April of 2018 and still does, had plans for more in life but that has changed.... Top End - RKTEK pistons and rings (factory Bore Size) shy of 400$Bottom End - Indy Specialty - new clutch side bearing - balanced - new mag and clutch side seals oil pump/water pump seals/new impeller, If you don't know it already this company has a solid reputation and does excellent work. 450$ishFuel filter replaced 125$...New Oil cap with breather line and vent 50$Clutch - Straightline Performance Magnum Force Clutch weights - Balanced - Surfaces dressed - Extra springs (blue/purple primary)(Red/White Secondary) have stock springs and weights. 500$Drive Belt has only 50ish miles on it (old one for a spare)Ice Age Performance - Anti-stab kit (2 wheel) 100$ (not installed)Sled Goodies - Chris Burandt Tail bag - Bar bag - Under Hood goggle dry bagSled looks good aside from minor use s****es and normal wear, the hit that got the pipe only caused minor damageQuick Drive Belt (old one for a spare)Exhaust - Stock pipe (minor ding in heat shield from previous owner doesn't effect performance)Bmp can (sounds nice without being to loud)plus the stock can.All seals and gaskets and top end bearings were from Polaris and I don't even remember how much that **** cost, have all the old bags and most receipts to prove it along with the old seals springs crank bearing even the old pistons.Tunnel and coolers are in good shape along with the sled structurally, carbides look good, all suspension components look good and function good as well (greased the rear gear as well)Started the sled and it has been through several warm up cycles up to temp with no issues (sounds excellent by the way) (YOU DEFINITELY WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED) cooling and oil system have been burped....I installed the top end (not the first time either)...Have the E-manual as well which I will stick on a thumb drive for you.I have pictures to show absolutely EVERYTHING that has been done.6900$ O.B.O. is what I'm asking wanted you to read it all before you saw the price, you can see I have spent a bunch and that doesn't even include the price of the sled, planned on keeping it a lot longer, my loss your gain..Would consider trade for a KTM 690 or 300 EXC of equal value that has been well maintained.