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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-16-2012, 02:06 AM Thread Starter
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FS UK: 2004 600rr damaged repairable

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Free bump. This would be such a steal for anyone who purchased it. Repairs are very minimal, all of your damage is cosmetic. Why not re-build? new frame slider, swingarm spool, upper fairings stay and new nose fairing and wind screen. Your clip on is still in tact, the control are a little scratched up but still function right?

I put in my vote to fix it if you don't get a reasonable price. This could be fixed in 1 weekend all by yourself if you decided to take on the task, something to consider.



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too bad hes in UK. I have a nose and tail section in the same exact color. the nose has some multiple rashes and a crack where it bolts up and the tail has a minor scuff on it. but from far you cant even tell.
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My tail sectionis only scratched itself, just checked the panels, the pictures in there suggest airduct front left is bad but it was just pulled out of place i think it's fine, and ive connected back main panels that come together bottom front back up no lugs broken it was just pulled out so put it back in place

at the end of the day honda tech's said bike is fine and the main guy himself personally picked it up and dropped it off, nice guy, he said i made a good move taking it back, this is why i should keep buying Honda's I know so much self taught i know their value, know what too look for, know where to find parts, thinking of another 600rr since i ride everyday gonna try find an 09 with better midrange for my commuting, sat on an 08 and it's more comfortable to me already, but after next bike i'll probably go up to near 800cc, honda needs a cbr800rr!

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I put in my vote to fix it if you don't get a reasonable price. This could be fixed in 1 weekend all by yourself if you decided to take on the task, something to consider.
thanks for the free bump haha, and yea it is a steal, or so honda even told me, many people are watching this and it's already at a good price to me, i'll be keen to see the bid war when it gets near auction end the current high bidder wants it alot :) it's all going to a new bike, i have a personal injury claim to cover any other extra things i could do like pay off all my insurance cost or do some insurance rip-off-price reducing courses


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This isn't the forum for ebay links... there is one specifically for that.
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