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**SOLD** 2003 Black 600RR -$5000 **SOLD**

All black with charcoal belly pan. Installed new motor May '05; now has approximately 2,200 miles. Micron slip-on, mirrored windscreen, geared -1/+4 with 520 conversion kit. Always garaged, plastic have minor scratches, only noticeable in right light (tends to happen with all black plastics). Great condition, runs perfectly. Only problem is odometer mileage is incorrect due to the motor being replaced and gearing. Clean title.








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I have a friend that might be interested... more details on the engine swap? whats the deal with that?
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yeh that would be good 2 no
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The engine swap is kind of a touchy subject. Basically, my ex drained the oil out of the engine, caused it to seize and blow the motor. So, nothing related to a crash or accident, just a vicious ex.
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The engine swap is kind of a touchy subject. Basically, my ex drained the oil out of the engine, caused it to seize and blow the motor. So, nothing related to a crash or accident, just a vicious ex.
DAYMN! He did it on purpose!?
Free bump, and good luck with the sale.
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i am glad he is your ex what an ass hat good luck with the sale



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so it still holding a clean title?
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so it still holding a clean title?
Yup! Perfectly clean!

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DAYMN! He did it on purpose!?
Unfortunately... yes... seems like some guys never grow up and are vindictive, immature asses... I am definitely MUCH better off without him in my life.
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I'd be interested in the stands. Bump for clean title...
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Do u have any paperwork showing proffessional work done to the bike? Anything at all which explains the odometter being off, or the whole engine swap.

If i drive all the way there from Ohio, can I have a place to sleep, since the drive alone with a v8 truck will cost me a fortune. I will bring my g/f with me as well, to show that I am not a psycopath.
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Do u have any paperwork showing proffessional work done to the bike? Anything at all which explains the odometter being off, or the whole engine swap.

If i drive all the way there from Ohio, can I have a place to sleep, since the drive alone with a v8 truck will cost me a fortune. I will bring my g/f with me as well, to show that I am not a psycopath.
I do have the paperwork from TK Motorsports in Denver, Colorado proving the engine swap and work done. The odometer being off would be indicated by a new motor being put in as well as when a motorcycle is geared it will skew the odometer readings if no speed healer is installed.

I would have to talk with my roommates regarding a place to sleep. And thanks for the heads up on not being a psychopath :D
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I'd be interested in the stands. Bump for clean title...
Yeah... those aren't for sale I got a smoking deal on them... and plan on keeping them for a long time :P
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Do u have any paperwork showing proffessional work done to the bike? Anything at all which explains the odometter being off, or the whole engine swap.

If i drive all the way there from Ohio, can I have a place to sleep, since the drive alone with a v8 truck will cost me a fortune. I will bring my g/f with me as well, to show that I am not a psycopath.

Hey man, it might actually be cheaper to just get the bike shipped then driving alllll the way up there. It would also save you a ton of time. Just thought i would throw my 2 cents :).
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Hey man, it might actually be cheaper to just get the bike shipped then driving alllll the way up there. It would also save you a ton of time. Just thought i would throw my 2 cents :).
I agree with you, but I just cant seem to purchase something without seeing it in first person. Never felt that comfortable with anything i purchased before. Especially a bike. I really wanted to go out there someday, and just see the scenery, and what not.
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I have seen this bike and will vouch for it being in good condition and running good.She is also a stand up person and wish she was racing it this year instead of selling it. Did you ever sell those race plastics you had? What are you asking for them. I could maybe use a extra set as I will be racing mra this year.

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I have seen this bike and will vouch for it being in good condition and running good.She is also a stand up person and wish she was racing it this year instead of selling it. Did you ever sell those race plastics you had? What are you asking for them. I could maybe use a extra set as I will be racing mra this year.
Awww... thanks!!!!

I'm thinking about keeping the plastics... Trevor and I are thinking about picking up a salvaged '03 sometime next year... and if that will happen, no sense in selling the plastics. If I change my mind, you will definitely be the first to know!
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**SOLD 2/27 SOLD** Thanks for all the interest and replies!
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