SPECIAL PRICE: $5000. You snooze you lose!
The bike is clean. It's been down, and it's been fixed. It's pretty much beautiful. Paint is shiny and all that goodness.
However, there is a caveat:
The steering head is tweaked. I'm not going to lie to you, it's pretty bad. Probably unsafe, although I have ridden it like this and haven't died. The entire steering stem shifts up and down inside of the frame about a milimeter or two under braking and the steering itself is loose. ***UPDATE***: I've been told that this damage can/may be fixed by welding a new bearing cup into the frame. There's a specialist shop, Dr. John's in Anaheim, that does this sort of work, and although he hasn't seen the bike, he says that damage like this normally can be fixed.
That's it. That's the only thing bad about the bike that I'm aware of. Oh, and it needs a 55 watt, 10 ohm resistor to slow down the blinking in the indicators. ***UPDATE*** there's a surface scuff in the clear coat of the tank from when the dealer looked at the bike. It's about 1" square on the left hand side in the knee well of the tank.
It's got Mad Doctor Led blinkers up in front, Trippage's LED pegs in back, and a fender eliminator.
The lowers are flat black, so is the swingarm, both left and right side covers, left and right rearsets, and left and right passenger pegs (with LEDs). Powder coated.
Laser extreme dual outlet slip-on in the back. There's a scrape on the tip of the pipe.
Dark tint windscreen in the front.
***OEM Seat Cowl. ***
BRAND NEW chain with 10 miles on it. BRAND NEW steering bearings with 10 miles in it. (Had to get it home from the shop.)
So, in sum: Clean titled '04 600RR with low miles (I'll double check, but I think it's around 5000 miles) with a tweaked steering head. The replacement parts you'll need to fix this is cheap on ebay. I've seen titled frames go for $300 on ebay--and even a brand new one is only $850 from Ron Ayers. ***YOU MAY NOT NEED A NEW FRAME. JUST BRING IT TO A SHOP TO CHECK*** There are several frames being parted out on the wera boards. Otherwise, the bike tracks straight, and is mechanically perfect. I'd fix it myself, but I don't have the time--I use the bike to commute to school, and thus don't really want to have any down time.
I've bought and sold a fair number of bikes in my time so if you are looking for a smooth transaction, I'm your man.