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2004 rc51 feeler

What's it worth bike is mint 10/10 perfect shape 6300 miles, I am sure I have left some things out but here the list
Sato bonzai slip on exhaust
Aluminum adjustable kick stand
Yoyodyne slipper
520 chain conversion 15/42 gearing
Sato rear sets
Penske rear
HID headlight
Carbon fiber front and rear fender radiator scoops
Power commander with quick shifter
Marzocchi front end 50mm
Machinsini wheels
Scotts dampner
Brembo brake and clutch master
Tokico radial mount brakes
Braided brake lines
Moriwaki rear linear linkage
Custom rme Robbie motto custom tripe trees/clip-ons
Golfer rear wave rotor
Tinted screen
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Much less than the sum of the tasty bits you listed I'll warrant. Cdn book is $5k (stock, clean, low mileage) so around $4k USD. But, the owner is likely after far more than that given the goodies. If it's yours, I'm not trying to scare you or low-ball it; if you're thinking of buying, the owner will be hard pressed to let it go for that methinks.

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Much less than the sum of the tasty bits you listed I'll warrant. Cdn book is $5k (stock, clean, low mileage) so around $4k USD. But, the owner is likely after far more than that given the goodies. If it's yours, I'm not trying to scare you or low-ball it; if you're thinking of buying, the owner will be hard pressed to let it go for that methinks.
4k is low balling, $6300 isn't that far off from book value, your probably looking at at least the high 5k with mods easily.
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Gosh the front end and wheels are worth 5k alone, I thing it's going to be parted out
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Yeah that will probably be the best thing to do.
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4k is low balling, $6300 isn't that far off from book value, your probably looking at at least the high 5k with mods easily.
Just to be clear: Cdn book is $5k (stock, clean, low mileage) USD book prices are almost always lower due to market and dollar exchange values.
If you can find a buyer that wants 'that' bike with 'that equipment', the going price will be much higher. Loading up any bike with expensive add-ons is seldom a winning proposition come resale time. Depends on the buyer.

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I'd say you'd get $5K-6K the way it sits. Maybe $7K if a knowledgeable guy with a pocket full of payday cash or tax return happens by.

Put it back to stock and you'll get $5K-6K

... plus whatever you can get for all the mod parts.
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Just got offered 10k for parts only
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Just got offered 10k for parts only
Sell! Sell! Sell!
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Thought that was low
Most of these parts are unsorceable
Especially the yo yo slipper clutch 50mm front end upper lower trees dampner Sato exhaust ect
Needless to say I refused
We are in negotiations, I think we will strike a deal though
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