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I am selling one clean titled 2009 cbr 1000rr. Title in hand. I would like $8k for everything. Or $7k minus the Ohlins and brembo RCS.
If you only want one set of plastics we'd have to discuss that offline.

I bought this from the 2nd owner, an older mature guy who had owned it since 900 miles.

As far as I can tell. The bike has never been down. Bike is now at 14k miles. Runs flawlessly, does not burn any oil. No issues at all.

I am not going to part it out, so please don't ask. I MAY remove some parts to meet a certain price, but basically it must sell the bike or not at all.

This bike is ridden on the street and track, runs synthetic oil. Has had coolant flush and sparkplugs and air filter changed. Last winter shortly after I got it. It pulls strong and pulls hard. Not a beginner bike in my opinion.

Street plastics are gloss black. There are a few scratches where you can tell stuff rubbed on the stator cover during transportation and a few light scratches on the plastics on the other side. Should buff out.
It has...

BMC filter
GP2 slip on (have stock)
Bazzaz ZFI + Z bomb
PAIR mod
Flapper delete
Spark plugs at 11k
Corsa silicone hoses
Water + water wetter
Galfer SBk 1-2 SS lines
Galfer Rear SS brake line
Speed bleeders (f)
CarbonLoraine XBK5 pads
Ate super blue
Sato rear sets (have stock)
Hotbodies FE
Rear peg relocator (rear pegs included)
Yoshi muffler/heat shield
Stomp grip
$20 CF tank pad
Shorty clutch lever
Brembo RCS (have stock w/ folding lever)
Folding shorty clutch lever
520 conversion +1
Ek MVXZ sunstar 16T/renthal 43T
Ohlins HO931 TTX MK2 w/ 105 spring. (Have stock)
Lee's Cycle racing shock link (have stock)
Annitori RL gen 2 QS
Alien Motion 8cell battery. (Have stock)
R6 throttle tube
Galespeed type R front wheel. w/ Michelin pilot powers.
Galespeed type M rear wheel. w/ Michelin pilot powers 2ct 190/55
Galfer wave rear rotor.

Stock wheels now have...
200/55/17 dunlop slick
120/70 211 GPA
Extra used 190 211 GPA

Track plastics are a 7 eleven themed sharkskins upper and lower/ hotboddies tank and tail combo, and also has stomp grips.
Pitbull TRS pins available too.

Slight rash on right side, not from me. Otherwise pretty good condition. Few cracks in the paint on the tail and tank.

Numbers are decals. Not paint. Most parts have less than 1k miles on them
as I pretty much built this bike from stock this season. Ohlins shock has less than 500 miles on it.



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Wow....that is one lovely track/street setup you have. GLWS and welcome back btw.



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Nice bike snik... I also have the same set only my rear isn't mag and polish :(
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My front one isn't mag.
Couldn't get the rotor carrier to make the mag front fit the 08. Had to break down and buy a brand new Alu front.
Front wheel has like, less than 100 miles on it.

What are yours for?
If you get a colored clear over the polish. It makes for some sexy looking colors.
That's how they get that rose gold finish. They use gold clear over a polished finish.

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My front one isn't mag.
Couldn't get the rotor carrier to make the mag front fit the 08. Had to break down and buy a brand new Alu front.
Front wheel has like, less than 100 miles on it.

What are yours for?
If you get a colored clear over the polish. It makes for some sexy looking colors.
That's how they get that rose gold finish. They use gold clear over a polished finish.

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When you said "type R front" and type M rear I knew that only rear is mag :) BUT I thought you went that way for durability option (you know, chances of front to eat ship is greater than the rear kinda thingy:)

Mine is for R1/R6.... I also have a type C with R1 front and RR rear. Now i can just swap the type C carrier to type R and be a happy camper :)

Ohhhh and thanks for the tip about the clear coat

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Naw. It wasn't my initial plan. But replacing the type M front is double the cost.
Ran them on street and track back when I had the 04. I didn't have an issue.
Like them type Cs you have there. Type S are the ones I really like tho.

But damn. U have 3 sets? ****.


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C type are ok but I love the R type too...but I guess anything other than 3 spokes are tits :)




The RC51 above is for my stock forks setup.


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Damn. You're killing the wheel game.
I love th galespeed wheels tho. People just don't know how wonderful they are.


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Damn. You're killing the wheel game.
I love th galespeed wheels tho. People just don't know how wonderful they are.


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Are you kidding me?! I mean look at that design on those type Rs....marchesini are overrated IMO :)
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Are you kidding me?! I mean look at those design on those type Rs....marchesini are overrated IMO :)

I agree. I'd still rock a set tho. Lol
The extra details the type M has over the R is just yummy.


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Hey snick, you know what you could've done?! Swap forks. Use the 07 forks on the 09 bike therefore you still able to use the mag front M. Ohhh well, to late now I guess lol.
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Hey snick, you know what you could've done?! Swap forks. Use the 07 forks on the 09 bike therefore you still able to use the mag front M. Ohhh well, to late now I guess lol.

From what I understand. That wouldn't have work. It's the triple tree that's closer together on the 08+ bikes. So that wouldn't change anything really. Oddly enough tho, when I was measuring the 04 wheel and the 09 wheel. Spacer to spacer was 1mm different, but rotor mount to rotor mount was 10mm closer on the 09. Weird. I dunno.

More importantly tho, I think the lengths are different.
The 08+ is tad short on trail, didn't wanna play the guessing game with this chassis.


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^ I'm aware of the 08 being closer together and the yolk is thicker on the 08. What I meant was just using the 04-05 KRR forks with the 08+ triple trees. I'm sure the forks will fit right in the 08+ upper and lower, but the problem is the front axle....however if the 05-06 600rrs axle has the same diameter, I'm sure you can use that one or if not, (my theory is) you can chop 10mm or so of the 04-05 axle (the non threaded side).

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^ I'm aware of the 08 being closer together and the yolk is thicker on the 08. What I meant was just using the 04-05 KRR forks with the 08+ triple trees. I'm sure the forks will fit right in but the problem is the front axle....hiwever if the 05-06 600rrs axle has the same diameter, I'm sure you can use that one or if not, (my theory) you can chop 10mm of the 04-05 axle (the non threaded side).

600 axles are def smaller.
For what id pick up a front end for. I just bought a brand new type R.
$700. Then there's no guess work with length and geometry stuff.




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$700 isn't bad at all, thought you payed over a grand for a brand new front.
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The mag front was $1100. That's why I went with the al one. Lol. Didn't deliberate on that one too long.


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