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Two Polka-dot Honda CBR 600RR for sale. $7000 each.

@@2012 frame w/salvage title@@ VIN – JH2PC4040CK500269
Engine: Built/assembled and dyno tune by Café Racer, Inc. Serious buyers please contact me directly for build specs. Arrow full exhaust system. Yoyodyne slipper clutch.

Ohlins shock with updated valving. Has several race weekends since last refresh. Sprung for 175-180lb rider.

@@2009 frame w/salvage title@@ VIN – JH2PC40019K201797
Engine: Built/assembled by Erion Racing. If there is someone in the country that has more experience building Honda race engines let me know. Tested at 121 HP on the AMA dyno with crappy spec fuel. Leo Vince full exhaust system. STM slipper clutch.

Penske shock, just serviced. Once again for 175-180lb rider.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~The following mods apply to both bikes~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*Traxxion AK20 cartridges with Omni spring kit in forks. If I remember correctly .95 springs.
*HRC superbike radiator. Aftermarket high pressure radiator cap, 1.4bar.
*HRC ECU with custom map for VP MR12. I have the software and can return to zero map or make other changes at buyer’s request.
*Woodcraft case covers, both sides.
*Woodcraft clip-ons and frame sliders.
*Woodcraft front brake lever guard.
*Woodcraft “shark fin” toe guard.
*Brembo RCS front brake master with short lever.
*Aftermarket shorty clutch lever.
*Galfer superbike steel front brake lines, steel rear brake lines.
*Rear rotors lightened via waterjet.
*BMC or K&N filter. I don’t remember which bike has which, but either is a great OEM replacement.
*Vortex rearsets.
*Renthal grips, firm compound.
*Quick turn throttle (R6 tube) with larger cam, housing relieved for clearance inside.
*Cordona Quick Shifter, stand-alone unit with their GP strain gauge. Can be set for GP or standard shift. Adjustable kill time and activation sensitivity.
*Yoyodyne upper faring stay.
*GPR steering damper.
*Pro Bolt Titanium pinch bolts and caliper bolts, pre-drilled.
*Captive rear wheel spacers.
*Lightech gas cap.
*Ignition key delete with all safeties defeated. Will start in any gear with or without clutch engaged.
*Lithium race battery.
*New fuel pump only couple weeks old (yes both bikes).
*520 chain/sprockets. Gearing options front 14-16, rear 41-47 (enough for both bikes). Vortex sprockets some still new.

Wired for AMB transponder and XT Racing GPX pro GPS lap timer. Only one unit each available between both bikes. First buyer chooses which unit they want.

Body work is decent on each and completely intact, but has seen some asphalt. Hey they’re race bikes.

Bright yellow wheels have All Balls steel bearings. Black wheels with rim tape have ceramic bearings. First buyer’s choice between which wheels they want with a $100 premium for the ceramic.

These bikes have won countless races and currently represent 3rd overall in CMRA 2015 season points while leading 3 championship classes. They are both ready to race anywhere as is. Any difference between the two bikes is negligible. Even the HP on the same dyno is within a couple ponies. I bought them both January 2012 and have been racing and developing them since.

Tons of pics on my FB page and website.

https://www.facebook.com/TornadoBait/photos

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