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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-24-2016, 09:11 PM Thread Starter
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I have been planning on parting with a few of the parts on this and returning it to a personal street bike. Actually removed the forks and rads and installed the stockers-seems like a waste to partial part. Its a good assembly. I understand it is not likely one will skip the hunt and parts payments, and plunk down a wad at once. But this might be a good opportunity for someone-so ill put it out there. The whole bike.I don't get attached, and had my fun. How much? I cant price it. I can only entertain a serious offer.If it was yours what would you want? Be honest this isn't craigslist and this is not a 5k machine. There is a good bit of parts here, and some good craftmanship. Be serious before shooting me a p.m. Most items are visible. Engine is at 17k-HONDA reliable. Runs strong. Has 190 h.p. and weighs 375 wet-RIGHT!
marchesini (magnesium cbr1k wheels), sebimoto carbon f.f., galfer f.rotors- brembo master, turn one intake, d.h. open top airbox, tyga top clamp,scotts damper, sato rearsets, penske rear, yoyodyne slipper, hindle full system(very light), furic front mounts,and the tailsection. handcrafted wiring harness with key delete. totally safety wired.That's not all but you can see the rest- like the forks
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you came to the wrong place to bullshit like this. lol
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190HP? What's done to the engine?

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190HP? What's done to the engine?
I guess:
Kainzinger Tuning Company [Germany]
But this version of the engine has 1315ccm.
And it costs your soul, so I doubt it's in this bike.
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If it could only have 190 reliable h.p., it would be a lifetime keeper for sure.Internals are as honda engineers left it.Before I get a first class lashing, the weight savings were minimal, it is what it is. It only takes ten h.p. to have fun!
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how much are you asking? does that include he sprockets?
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