Year:2006
Make:Honda
Model:Other
Mileage:37366 M
Transmission:Manual
Engine:1000
Trim:RC51
2006 RC51 RVT1000R $9,995.00
VIN# JH2SC45046M600044
37,366 miles

This bike was #44 in the US in 2006.

Very reluctant sale.

Adult driven, no burnouts, no wheelies, never on the track, no bling, no BS. Used for backroad blasting and sport-touring. 2,646 miles when I bought it from first owner. Comes with good Pirelli Diablo Rosso III’s (120/70/17 and 190/55/17), two keys, the manual, and a clean title.

Sensible mods only. Still has soft rev-limiter. No modification that cannot be reversed, and all original parts convey with sale, which have the benefit of light use as they were replaced soon after I bought the bike. Scuffs, cracks, and dings as expected from a frequently ridden bike. Front fairing is cracked from car-induced parking lot tip-over and side fairings are scuffed. However, plastic is still available from Honda should you want to go the concourse restoration route, which would be a shame if that keeps you from riding it.

Mods:
Pair valve delete
Flapper valve mod
Reverse Fan mod
One down/one up (15/41) sprockets
Rear undertray was replaced by first owner

Aftermarket:
Sato carbon fiber exhaust, low-mount (which retains pillion pegs) $ Priceless $
Power Commander, dyno tuned 280.00+tune!
Ohlins rear shock 950.00
Kyle Racing fork valves and tuning (180lb rider w/no gear) 550.00
Kyle Racing linear race link 250.00
Scotts steering dampener 414.00
Dan Kyle angle-adjustable clip-ons 240.00
Carbon fiber cooling air scoops 265.00
Carbon fiber rear hugger 316.00
Double bubble dark screen 80.00
Rear spool sliders 35.00
Corbin seat 250.00
Euro-spec light switch (so can turn lights off) 113.00
Speedo healer 110.00
Li-Fe Battery (very lightweight)
Pazzo levers, clutch and brake
Stainless brake lines

I know nobody ever gets their money back on aftermarket parts - costs are just listed so you know what you’re in for if you chose to do it on your own. Stock mufflers, stock rear shock, stock rear shock link, stock light switch, stock windscreen, and stock seat all convey with bike. Use them for a concourse restoration or ebay them to offset your costs.

Lack of garage space and poor financial planning militates sale. It’s been a really, really good bike.