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post #1 of 79 (permalink) Old 06-03-2009, 11:22 AM Thread Starter
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KY: 2009 cbr600rr phoenix

2009 Phoenix cbr600rr $8700

I know you are thinking Im crazy. Ive had this bike for a little less than 2 months, and you are right. I really want a 1000rr Repsol. This bike is stupid clean. I ride it to work and back. Its never seen any track time, wheelies, or hard riding. It currently has 1428 miles and Im about to complete my 1500 mile service. I switched at the 600 mile service to Amsoil and the next change will also be with amsoil. I have completed all of the modifications and service myself. Here is a list of what is on the bike:

proton turn signals
R&R rear fender elimination
8mm swingarm spools
Leo Vince SBK Carbon Slip On
Shogun frame sliders
Power Commander V
Power Commander IRC

I also have all of the stock parts, and they will go with the bike.

Here are some pics as I put it all together, but I will get some new ones tonight if Im not covered up with wedding stuff. The new ones will show the frame sliders, and power commander install.











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Your crazy bro ...that thing is uber sick and clean. Keep modding it.... a phoenix all modded up is definetly more unique than a repsol

At least IMO ...thats a nice bike

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Your crazy bro ...that thing is uber sick and clean. Keep modding it.... a phoenix all modded up is definetly more unique than a repsol

At least IMO ...thats a nice bike
yeah dude as much as i love the repsol 1000 the reason i didnt get it is cuz its so played out. this bike is clean and very unique. keep it bro!
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nice bike dude.

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wow. incredible deal right here

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wow. incredible deal right here
Yeah that's a f*cking crackhead price right there. New Phoenix's go for like $11k still at dealerships.

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ahhhh i want it, but dude dynamat is for sound deadening not heat shielding

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dude dynamat is for sound deadening not heat shielding
was thinking the same thing :icon_lol:
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was thinking the same thing :icon_lol:
x3 But whatever floats his boat.

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Nice bike, thats a crazy price, and nice nova too.
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Dude judging by the pic of the back you have HUGE chicken strips and if your not riding a 600 much why double you costs just to go faster up and down the road.

PM me if you have a red clip for an Arai side pod.
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Because I commute a lot and I want more torque. I really dont have a lot of opportunities to ride twisties. Also the bike hasnt been ridden much more than to work and back hence strips.


And taken from dynamats website:
When it comes to making your hot rod ride like a luxury car, Dynamat does the job. Dynamat is used by the world's top hot rod and custom builders because they know it makes their cars ride cool and quiet. Dynamat makes cars feel solid - doors and trunks slam snug, rain and wind virtually disappear and your interior becomes a quiet, comfortable cruising environment. Use Dynamat on the interior sheet metal of your vehicle to stop vibration and reduce road noise. Add a Dynamat brand thermo acoustic liners- such as Dynaliner, Extremeliner, Tac Mat or DynaPad to fight heat and low frequency hums from big engines and exhaust systems - and you've got the ultimate ride. Dynamat is the ultimate automotive accessory.
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PS I used the extreme liner...
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PS I used the extreme liner...
hmmmmm, how good does that stuff work as far as blocking heat ? ive got an Akara s/o i have yet to install ,and i think you can still use the original heat shield but if not, i can use dynamat ?
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It works extremely well for blocking heat. Get the extreme liner. I use it on most of the hot rods Ive built.
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Because I commute a lot and I want more torque. I really dont have a lot of opportunities to ride twisties. Also the bike hasnt been ridden much more than to work and back hence strips.


And taken from dynamats website:
When it comes to making your hot rod ride like a luxury car, Dynamat does the job. Dynamat is used by the world's top hot rod and custom builders because they know it makes their cars ride cool and quiet. Dynamat makes cars feel solid - doors and trunks slam snug, rain and wind virtually disappear and your interior becomes a quiet, comfortable cruising environment. Use Dynamat on the interior sheet metal of your vehicle to stop vibration and reduce road noise. Add a Dynamat brand thermo acoustic liners- such as Dynaliner, Extremeliner, Tac Mat or DynaPad to fight heat and low frequency hums from big engines and exhaust systems - and you've got the ultimate ride. Dynamat is the ultimate automotive accessory.
You must be crazy if your wanting to buy a 1k for commuting? That is an absurd waste of money. but if you got it i dont care. Why not just get a car a screw the bikes. If a 600 doesn't have enough torque for ya you need some lessons on how to use your right wrist!

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-1/+2 more torque and cheaper than a 1000RR.

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I thought about sprockets, but I rode a new 1000rr the other day, and just wow. It blows my mind. I love it. So if I can sell my bike cool, if not thats fine too.
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I'd seriously buy it if it wasn't Phoenix edition. I'm going to a dealership today to check out some 09's.
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Im going to clean it up in the AM and post some new pics
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bump for a damn great price... repsol played out??? wtf are you smoking let me get some never repsol stands out in the crowd...but then again everyone entitled to there opinion eh...:cheers


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Nice ride with excellent sale price can't go wrong with that. I'm a repsol fan too I'm thinking the same thing in the future I will get a repsol. If you can just keep your 600rr and go buy the repsol it would look nice next to the 600rr.

A SICKNESS FOR QUICKNESS
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Not a huge fan of the Phoenix, but I am assuming that it looks much better in person. Very clean bike!!! If I didn't already get the Metallic Black I would consider this in a heartbeat! Good luck man as this is a sick bike for a great price!!

2009 CBR600rr - Metallic Black
  • Full SS Arrow Exhaust - Carbon Canister
  • PowerCommander V / IRC-2
  • Tripage Int. Tail/Adj LED Plate
  • Vortex Frame Sliders and Spools
  • Hotbodies Smoke Flushmounts
  • Puig DB Windscreen - Dark Smoke
  • BMC Air Filter
On The way....
  • Powdercoating pegs and subframe
  • New grips/bar ends
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bump for a great bike with a great price!

08 600RR - PEARL ORANGE
Custom Paint Scheme-Akrapovic S/O-KR Tuned Sliders
Rim Stipes
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LP Swingarm sliders
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Graffiti Heat Shields-Seat Cowl-Lamin-X Covers
Pro-Bolt Black kit-Corbin Seat-DIY Frame Plugs
Black Driven 520 Sprockets-Black EK chain
TRIPAGE STUFF
Knight Rider 3rd Eye-LED Ped Brake Lights-Adj. LED Tag Bracket
IT PRO-Krazy Eye's-All my powercoating
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this bike is bad ass wish i had the dough
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Nice looking bike man

2007 600rr white//silver sold
2009 R6r White//Blue sold
2009 1000rr Repsol Own
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Look for a Repsol on ebay. I usually see them go for 11k OTD just have to go pick it up.

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As soon as I sell this beast. Im on it like white on rice on a paper plate in the middle of a snow storm.
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