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Without bent forks the bike would sell for about $1500. With the shop charge of $900 to fix the forks and a buyers hesitation to purchase a bike with problems, it will probably sell for $500 as a fair price.
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the retail value in good condition is approx $1,500. meaning it looks good, runs good, good tires, breaks,chain and sprokets. but with the extras you have and the after market up grades, i would start with a little higher price.
How much was it smoking previously? Too much smoke (oil) is a whole lot better than not enough smoke (oil). If you are mixing the oil and gas then cut back on the mixture. Obviously it is out of balance. Put 1/2 gallon of raw gas in the tank to cut the mix. After a tank or so you should get the balance back.
You need a new shift shaft and probably need a new shift lever due to the bad splines. You can try the JB Weld but I suggest that you go ahead and drill the lever an shaft then put in a cold roll split pin from the hardware store. You have nothing to loose since the shaft and the lever are already toast.