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FS (SoCal): 2007 Honda CBR600RR (49 state) -Mint-

For sale is a 99.999% perfect condition Honda CBR600RR. The reason I am selling is because I could not register the bike at California DMV. It absolutely kills me, but I have to let the bike go. This would make a great track bike, OR, if you have an address outside of California, then you can register it either at that state and/or register it in California as brought-over. If you are, or have been in the military, then you should be able to register the bike as well.

As is, the bike is $7900. That's with the all the modifications you see in the photo.

Stock, the bike is $7200. As I can put all the OEM parts on.

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- Puig Windscreen (wind tunnel tested)
- HID low beam
- Extended bar ends
- Proton flush mount front signals (with running lights)
- Shogun no-cut frame sliders (crash tested)
- Black-colored mid-fairings (OEM is silver)
- Carbon Fiber tank pad
- Targa fender eliminator (rear turn signals, and brake light with running lights and integrated license plate light)











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Dude, just but a speedometer that has over 7k miles to register it here in SoCal. My brother did this with his out of state bike. it only had 4k and put a speedometer from another bike with like 8k and everything was a ok
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i agree. great idea! lol. i am planning to buy an 49 state bike, (from texas) once i get out of the army in the summer, then ride it back to cali, and register it there...GLWS


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Dude, just but a speedometer that has over 7k miles to register it here in SoCal. My brother did this with his out of state bike. it only had 4k and put a speedometer from another bike with like 8k and everything was a ok
I apologize for threadjacking, but how/why does this work?
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I apologize for threadjacking, but how/why does this work?
I think its because non-CA model bikes need to have more than 7500 miles in order to register them in CA.
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i have one for sale. it has 7,333 miles on it.

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Dude, just but a speedometer that has over 7k miles to register it here in SoCal. My brother did this with his out of state bike. it only had 4k and put a speedometer from another bike with like 8k and everything was a ok
So did that work for him after receiving a letter in the mail telling him that his bike is in the system and cannot be registered in CA at a later date regardless of its mileage?

I didn't know about the 7500 mile rule when I went to the DMV. Had I known, I would've rode the crap out of it and then registered it. Right now, I am attempting to get it registered in TX and transfer it back to my name later on. It's a long shot but...


I just love how CA DMV tells people that they cannot registered their bikes unless the bikes smog-legal, then adds that there's no smog testing centers for bikes...
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I think its because non-CA model bikes need to have more than 7500 miles in order to register them in CA.
its stupid but true

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I think its because non-CA model bikes need to have more than 7500 miles in order to register them in CA.
So once your bike has more than 7500 miles on it, it no longer has to comply with the smog/emissions requirements?
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So once your bike has more than 7500 miles on it, it no longer has to comply with the smog/emissions requirements?
From what I have read and heard that is true. This ---> http://dmv.ca.gov/pubs/brochures/howto/htvr9.htm gives an overview of requirements.
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I've actually seen your bike on craigslist as I was trying to purchase my 07 CBR. This is my 2nd 07 CBR, my first one was a 49 state bike that I couldn't register as well. Long story short, I was able to get rid of the 49 state bike. I didn't have the time to mess around with it and get a new speedometer and stuff. I'd highly recommend doing that though...if you've got the time then just buy a speedometer with >7500 miles and you will be able to register it in CA with no problems.
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