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2007 Honda CBR 600rr

This bike was bought new from the dealer and built up to race…but it has only seen four trips to the Smokies (trailered there) and about eight track days. I got busy with life, marriage, work and now a baby on the way, so I am contemplating selling it.

I have easily turned low 1:15s on it at Putnam, and but for a lack fo track time, believe it could get to the 13’s. 3000 miles, with less than third on the track. Never crashed…only incident was a fall over on wet grass when I blew bus stop at Putnam last summer and stood it up…the wet grass got me going about 2mph and no damage except lever (had track plastics on that weren’t even scratched).

The 2007 600rr was a complete redesign and was named won all the shootout comparisons from major motorcycle media organizations in 2007 AND 2008, all citing its powerful engine and class-leading lightweight. Some of the awards it has received are below:

• 2007 Sport Bike of the Year, Motorcyclist
• Machine of The Year 2007, Bike Magazine
• 2007 Supersport Shootout Winner, MotorcycleUSA.com
• 2007 Best Middleweight Sportbike, MotorcycleUSA.com
• 2008 Middleweight Smackdown Winner, Sport Rider Magazine
• 2008 Supersport Shootout Winner, MotorcycleUSA.com
• 2008 Supersport Shootout Winner, Motorcycle.com


The 2007 600rr is the lightest production motorcycle at 341 lb stock, but this bike weighs less due to the exhaust and other useless parts taken off.

Picture taken by killboy recently in Deal’s Gap…http://killboy.blogspot.com/2008/10/toight.html

More pics here. .Will add more later.

The bike is in perfect condition and has the following mods (ALL stock parts retained as well):
• FULL BAZZAZ PERFORMANCE KIT ($1600)
o Air/fuel sensor and foolproof software allows fuel mapping WITHOUT a dyno. Several maps built for street and track conditions with both pump and race gas.
o Quickshifter
o Traction control
o Traction control dial and map selector switch mounted on left clip-on.
• Penske triple adjustable rear shock ($1300)
o suspension is set for a ~190lb rider without gear, but has adjustability for a rider b/t 175-205lbs without the need for spring or valve changes.
• Full Leo Vince superbike titanium exhaust system ($1300)
• STM slipper clutch ($1160)
• Acumen gear indicator ($160)
• Vortex rearsets ($410)
• Braided stainless steel superbike brake lines (screws right into the caliper with no banjo bolt) ($110)
• Ferrodo CP911 race brake pads ($150)
• Frame sliders all around ($140)
• BMC race air filter ($90)
• 520 x-ring chain kit, with two front and four rear sprockets in mint condition ($450)
• WERA spec safety wire (this is the most rigorous safety wire requirement you will ever encounter anywhere)
• Have access to a second engine for $500 if the buyer is interested in really going out and racing full time on this machine. Know a guy that has one near Bloomington that came out of a wrecked bike. States it is clean and has less than 2500 miles on it. If I was keeping this bike and didn’t have a baby on the way, I would buy it and build a screamer supersport spec engine over the winter.


$9000 (this is a one-off 600rr, and you are not likely to find anything like it in terms of mods-~$6,900 in aftermarket parts)

Ryan, 317.418.3818 (Indianapolis)
 

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Dont know why the pic at the end of the post isnt working, but it is at the picasa linked album. Thanks for your interest.
 

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Thanks for the props tooshezze...but I actually sold the race plastics a few months back because I knew I wouldnt be racing. I can get a set of hotbodies shipped for under $500 though thru my race discount.

Also, didnt mention that it has a double bouble windscreen. Not a big deal compared to the other big items (penske triple, stm slipper, full bazzaz, leo vince titanium full system, etc.), but thought I would mention it.
 

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Thanks for the comment...hate to sell this, but baby comes first and I can make do on a less rippin bike sometime next year (05 gsxr or something). This bike has been built to compete and I am not going to do it justice or get out of it what it has.
 

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Totally off topic but what are your thoughts on the Bazzaz TC system? You can pm me if you want to keep it out of your thread but I'm planning on investing in the system and wondering if I should get the TC or just the QS.
 

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Bike is still for sale...

As for the Bazazz system, it is the single best modification I have ever put on any bike. The ability to create your own maps for the exact conditions at a track, and using the actual load the bike encounters, is simply groundbreaking. When you use a dynomometer you are putting the rear wheel on a load wheel that tries to simulate the load the bike would encounter on the road...when you map using the Bazazz system you are getting the actual load. Also, you can create multiple maps for pump gas, for race gas, et cetera and switch between two on the fly with the switch on the clipon. You get the map created in conditions that you will use it in...temp, atmospheric pressure, humidity. Quickshifter works flawlessly and the traction control can really help in less than perfect track conditions, wet/damp track, or to help save tires.

It is over $1500 and takes a lot of time and wrenching skill to put on (over 20 wires all over the bike)...but is definitely worth it.
 

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Oh, and I would consider trade plus cash for something 2005 or newer that is more of a stock street machine...since I wont be racing or riding much. Thinking GSXRs...
 
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