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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-30-2012, 03:32 PM Thread Starter
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Parting out my bike AND....

Hello...

So I have a 2007 CBR600RR with 5k miles on it and I am parting it out.... It is only missing the fairings and headlights. Engine still runs perfect, etc etc..

The only thing that has been requested of me is the frame. There is a guy that wants to buy it from me for 1100 and I have to take EVERYTHING off of the bike... Which I have NO idea where to start... or how to do!!! -____-

Does anybody know where I can find this information ? A manual maybe??

Anything....?

Thank you! :)
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Best helping tool would be a shop manual check out this Google link
https://www.google.com/search?q=2007...&client=safari





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eBay decent deal right here after you are done with your project sell it and get your money back http://compare.ebay.com/like/2306607...Types&var=sbar you might find it in PDF format but I like the book style better as its easier to simply have that next to you while working on the bike verses using
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i just recently took out my motor off my 07 cbr and have a jack and pry bar handy haha if u dont have a castle socket
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Best bet for you is to look for a '07 Honda CBR600RR service manual and go from there (pretty sure that there are lots of manual out there with the search of google). Keep all the bolts to the parts in case the buyer wants those bolts as well. Other than that, good luck with your sale!
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Shop manual for sale
FS- Tail Bag, clutch and brake lever, FE, misc parts





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Beg borrow steal a decent set of tools....if your stripping it, you can pretty much just go as you feel. Like unravelling a bunch of twisted cables you dug out the cupboard.

You won need a manual to strip it, only put it back together lol
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