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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-09-2009, 07:54 PM Thread Starter
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06 red/back 600rr

2006 600rr
6629 miles as pictured
it has the warranty lasting until oct. of 2011








scotts/ohlins steering damper, pazzo shorties, silver stryping on the wings painted on by myself, hotbodies flushies on the front, tripaige led peg turn signals in the rear, custom fender eliminator with tripaige leds in the hugger for light.
now she has been down but she was parked on the kickstand and the kickstand sunk into the ground resulting in me crying. i have replaced most everything besides the upper which only has a crack in it from where the bike laid on the turn signal, it is a very small crack and can only be seen from close up. and next on the list is on the opposite side of the upper it has been marred by a clutch lever while being on a trailer with another bike. they were strapped to close and apparently the clutch lever decided to scrape the upper, once again no biggy though you can barely tell it is there. here are those pics.
the marring.

crack in the upper


now the tires that are on her right now have been pretty much worn down as well but i do have a set of bt-002rs's that are in perfect condition that are sitting in the garage that will come with the bike and if you like i can also get them mounted and balanced so you dont have to worry about it in the future. The only reason i am keeping the pirelli's on there that are on there right now is because they do have plenty of tire left to wear down on the center just not so much on the edges. but like i said it is your choice i can get the bt's mounted and balanced before the buyer receives the bike at no extra cost.

i also have extra bodywork that i used when i took her to the track, that includes a tank, tail, left and right mid, and the ram air tube covers, these are not bright and shiny pieces of bodywork i can get pictures if you want them.

i am asking 6,500obo for everything.
title in hand
located in ohio between Cincinnati and Dayton

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Nice piece!!

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2006 CBR600RR

ROTHMANS...(Next Scheme: Dovizioso JiR Team SCOT replica)
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Pazzo shorties
ZeroGrav Windscreen
EBC HH sintered Pads
Vortex Clip-Ons
Galfer SBK lines (front)
Galfer SS line (rear)
Brembo RCS19 MasterCyl
Euro Racing Throttle
Renthal Grips (medium)
Gilles Rearsets
Gilles Chain Adjusters
Elka 3-Way Shock
C.A. Integrated tailight
Fend. Eliminator
Bar-Ends
Spools
Air Filter

Still not "finished"... : )


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Hey, I have the exact bike. Are those silver pin stripes something u did? What did u use?Looks awsome, always wanted to do it, but didnt know how it would look, but now i do, thanks. Stock exhaust looks good too. Good luck with the sale.
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G/L with the sale.
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Hey, I have the exact bike. Are those silver pin stripes something u did? What did u use?Looks awsome, always wanted to do it, but didnt know how it would look, but now i do, thanks. Stock exhaust looks good too. Good luck with the sale.
yeah, basically heres the story. i got bored one day went out in the garage and decided that she needed some more silver, went to the paint store picked up some silver house of colors stryping paint, tape and spray on clear and went to town :) i thought it turned out pretty good! i love pinstryping though and i add it to almost everything i own.

and thanks for the bumps!

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BUMP!!! to the top!

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the pin striping really does look nice. subtle, i didn't notice it at first glance, but looks great when you see it!
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