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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-28-2014, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
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Exclamation Stolen 2009 CBR Phoenix NYC

Ironically I parked the bike on a nicer side of the neighborhood on 90th and columbus ave and came out the next morning and it was gone.










Bike is pretty unique as I have never seen another CBR Phoenix in New York City, replaced the 2009 matte lowers with the 2008 lowers to put on the wood craft cover, Pazzo levers black with silver adjusters, Lsl frame slider on left side but none on the right side as it fell out a few weeks ago, replaced it with a regular bolt. small rash on swingarm and spools from when it went down and light rash on the rear cowl from when someone backed into it.

VIN:JH2PC40439K201075
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I am sorry to read some jack ass MEffer stole your baby hopefully you got full coverage insurance best of luck





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Thanks man, really appreciate it. unfortunately even though i paid 9k for it in 2010 brand new, insurance companies only value the bike at 4500. insurance for theft for a 22 year old male in new york city was half of what the bike is even worth to them so it wasnt worth it for me to get it, just basic coverage is what I got.
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Thanks man, really appreciate it. unfortunately even though i paid 9k for it in 2010 brand new, insurance companies only value the bike at 4500. insurance for theft for a 22 year old male in new york city was half of what the bike is even worth to them so it wasnt worth it for me to get it, just basic coverage is what I got.
I understand your reason for not having coverage your age and living in a metropolitan city as NY put you in that tough bracket & at the same token even with coverage you would never get a fair value for your bike insurance companies are in business to make money for themselves & only themselves





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Sorry for your loss. That sucks. Gotta ask though, you left your bike out on the street overnight in NYC?

Sure NYC is not the rough town it used to be and that area you left it in is pretty safe but it's still a very big city and that's a busy area. You made it easy for the bike to get noticed by the wrong people and plenty of time for them to do something about it. I wouldn't say you were asking for it but I'd say anyone leaving a desirable bike on the street overnight in the city is kinda asking for it.

Future advice?
Never leave it outside out of your sight.
Never leave it for long.
Never have a pattern where you park it up in the same place at the same time repeatedly.

There are people in this city that bank on you or someone like you doing one or all of the above and they keep busy taking bikes.
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