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I'm selling my 2008 Honda CBR 600 RR (Red) because my job is transferring me out of state and I simply can't afford all the expenses right now. I hate like hell to get rid of it because i'm sure i'll be buying another one 2 years down the road.

So here's the run down:

Yoshi CF exhaust
Frame sliders
Puig Smoke Screen
4300K HID's (high/low beam)
Black PC pass pegs, rearsets, fuel cap
Red gauge cluster lights with gear indicator
black w/ red grips
PC III
ASV levers
OEM rear seat and OEM rear race cowl
and left and right grip pads in black.

The bike has just a bit over 4000 miles on it. First service done at 600 miles was done by Freehold Honda. I did the oil changes after that myself. I recently switched to Mobil synthetic.

The bike has never been dropped or raced at a track. This was my second bike owned. It is all highway mileage going to work and back during the summer months. As much as this is a race bike, I used it to commute.

I still owe money on it, financed thru American Honda Finance. So if you are interested in buying the bike, I will need you to pay off the loan (either paying me cash or writing a check to AHF. Once the payment is cleared and I receive the title, it will be signed over to you. Obviously, I will have a bill of sale while you give me the payment for legal reasons that the bike is in the process of being transfered to you so long as the payment is good.

I'm asking $8,500 with all the mods. I also bought the extended warranty through Honda so you are covered for an additional 4 years on top of the 1 year original from the date of purchase which was March 13, 2008. I will throw in my helmet, jacket, gloves, boots, pants. All by Alpine *. I still have the OEM exhaust which you will get as well.

If you have any questions, feel free to email me at mrh7184 AT gmail DOT com. I will provide you with my number or you can provide me with yours. Local pickup only. Serious inquires only. I will negotiate the price if need be, but I will not answer any questions/comments that aren't serious.

Thanks.
 

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