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Here you go:

It's time to finally sell my pride and joy. This is my 2005 Honda CBR600RR Konica Minolta Edition. It has 18000 miles on the motor, with all maintenance records available fresh oil change and brake fluid flushed out about 700-800 miles ago. The tires are near brand new (michelin pilot road 2's) chain is tight and lubed, new pads, full service done- it honestly needs nothing. I was building it to slowly hit the track but I have barely even been riding it on the street so it's just been sitting in my garage. I do ride the bike spiritedly but I do not abuse it, nor do I stunt/wheelie it or any of that stuff. I have babied this bike since day one and I would love to see this bike go to a proud and caring owner.

*** It HAS a CLEAN and CLEAR title in hand. It had NOT been dropped OR crashed but it does have a slight slight scrape on stator cover from me scraping it against my garage wall when I was backing out late at night one time (dumbass me). Test rides are ONLY allowed with cash in hand and a valid M-class endorsement. ***


I have all stock parts that go with the bike as well. [INCLUDING OEM FAIRINGS IN GREAT CONDITION - no broken tabs or anything]

Here is a video of my bike from when it was being changed up (has sound clips in there too):

Here are the list of modifications I have to the bike as of current.
- 3k high beam
- Sylvania silverstar low beam
- Hyperflo slip on exhaust
- Woodcraft frame sliders
- Galfer pads
- Shorty levers (clutch/brake)
- FE kit
- Tinted windscreen
-- I may also throw in the oem fairings with the bike depending on what price is offered.
I am not exactly in any rush to sell this but I will entertain ALL reasonable offers, DO NOT ask me for something ridiculous please, NO TRADES. CASH ONLY.

ASKING 5500 OBO. First 5000 takes it. It comes with 3 sets of keys and the owners manual as well
You may contact me on my cell phone at 63zero-2eight0-one6seven0. Emails are NOT preferred.
(some of the pictures are old- as they do not show some of the upgrades on the bike such as the woodcraft frame sliders, rim tape, tire marker, etc).

It's been a real pleasure. I haven't been on here in a while but I hope you are all doing well.
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