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FS: Akrapovic, Fren Tubo, plus more

Selling the bike and decided to convert it back to stock first, so I have a bunch of stuff coming off up for sale. Some items were bought new and never used and will be noted as such. All parts are located in Patterson, CA and I work in Tracy, CA so if you'd like to pickup locally I can meet up with you in areas relatively close to these two locations. There are some items that I would prefer to sell together and they will be listed as such. Prices shown are shipped ConUS. Feel free to PM me with any questions or offers.

I have a few more things to list that I don't have photos of yet, so please do not quote my posts so that I may continue to update them as needed. Thanks for looking

Sorry about the sideways and upside down photos. Nothing I try seems to orient them the correct way.

OEM Green Solo Cowl - $80


Zero Gravity Double Bubble windscreen, Dark Smoke - $50


PSR Oil Fill Cap + PSR Magnetic Oil Drain Plug - SOLD

Akrapovic Slip-on + Tripage Adjustable Fender Eliminator + TST 3 link Exhaust Lowering Kit - $700


Driven Captive Wheel Spacers - $40


Driven Aluminum Sprocket Nuts, Black - SOLD

Driven Mirror Block-off Plates, Black - $40


R&G Front Axle Sliders + R&G Rear Axle Sliders - $60


Tripage Smoked Pro Integrated Taillight + Cut Battery Tray + Tripage LED Flasher Relay - $200

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TST Halo-1 Flushmount Turn Signals, Smoked lenses, Green glow - $35


Fren Tubo Type 4 Carbon Braided Brake Lines - SOLD

Carbone Lorraine RX3 Rear Brake Pads, New - $30


CRG LS Bar-end Mirror, 3" Gen 2, New - $80


Woodcraft Shark Guard / Toe Guard, Black, New - $35


R&G Radiator Guard, Black - SOLD

Spare OEM Fairings, Green / Black, New - $600


TechSpec Snakeskin General Sheet, New (Package opened to read the papers inside) - $50


Rear Brake Pressure Switch - $15

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I'll take the Driven Sprocket nuts. Also interested in the Woodcraft toe guard depending on price/pics, and possibly the FrenTubo lines and PSR cap/drain plug.

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Could I also get pics and a price on the R&G Radiator guard?

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I'll take the Driven Sprocket nuts. Also interested in the Woodcraft toe guard depending on price/pics, and possibly the FrenTubo lines and PSR cap/drain plug.
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Could I also get pics and a price on the R&G Radiator guard?
Sprocket nuts are yours and I'll hold the other stuff you're interested in with them for now too as though you are first in line.

I'll get pics of the toe guard and the radiator guard later today when I get off work. Don't want to post any prices for them without posting pics at the same time, so I don't break any forum rules.
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Sprocket nuts are yours and I'll hold the other stuff you're interested in with them for now too as though you are first in line.

I'll get pics of the toe guard and the radiator guard later today when I get off work. Don't want to post any prices for them without posting pics at the same time, so I don't break any forum rules.
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Sounds great! I appreciate it!

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Sounds great! I appreciate it!
Added photo of the toe guard. It is brand new with everything still in its original packaging.

Couldn't seem to find the radiator guard and then discovered it was still on the bike. I'll get it removed today so I can take a picture of it. Sorry about that.
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I'll definitely take the lines, as long as they don't have any issues, and the sprocket nuts. Unsure on the WC guard. Going to pass on the R&G and the filler/drain caps for now.

PM me your payment details.

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Willing to part out the Trippage FE? I wouldn't mind the flasher relay as well.

I have the Trippage kit, but my FE is broken (I went over too many bumps), and either I never got the relay, or I didn't install it and have no idea where it is now.
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I'll definitely take the lines, as long as they don't have any issues, and the sprocket nuts. Unsure on the WC guard. Going to pass on the R&G and the filler/drain caps for now.

PM me your payment details.
PM sent.

The lines have no issues from what I can tell, other than being a little dirty externally from dust and such.

Let me know if you change your mind on the other parts.

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Willing to part out the Trippage FE? I wouldn't mind the flasher relay as well.

I have the Trippage kit, but my FE is broken (I went over too many bumps), and either I never got the relay, or I didn't install it and have no idea where it is now.
I'd prefer not to separate the FE because it is specific to the Akra pipe. So, unless you have the Akra pipe, it might not fit. If you do have the Akra exhaust, how much would you be willing to offer for the FE and relay?
I'll see what I can do in terms of shipping to Canada.
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price for the windscreen and wheel spacers.
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price for windscreen and wheel spacers.
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Fren Tubo brake lines and driven sprocket nuts are sold!
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Radiator guard, PSR oil fill cap & oil drain plug are sold.
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Are you selling a full fairing set?
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Are you selling a full fairing set?
No. Just the pieces shown. Tank cover, both uppers and the tail. All are new OEM honda pieces.
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Just wanted to let everyone know to buy with confidence. Great seller, good communication, fast shipping, and the parts were exactly as described.

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Bump. Lets get the rest of this stuff sold. I need to clear out some room, so I've updated the original post to say that the prices shown are shipped to the ConUS. Buyers are no longer responsible for covering shipping.

Currently have a few parts that had buyers who have sort of disappeared after I provided payment info. I will continue to hold the parts for them until they get back to me, or if a bit more time passes before that happens. Those parts are the R&G front and rear axle sliders, brake pressure switch, brake pads and Snakeskin grip sheet. Anyone interested in those parts, know that they are still available, but that you will be behind the individuals that I currently provided with payment info until further notice.

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Just wanted to let everyone know to buy with confidence. Great seller, good communication, fast shipping, and the parts were exactly as described.
Thanks for the kind words Chad. Hope you've had a chance to install the parts and are currently enjoying them.
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