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08 CBR 600rr Race Bike

In light of recent Rule changes within the club I race with, I am electing to sell my MW bike in order to participate in a new 1000cc novice Class. Below is some info on the bike. Feel free to send a PM with any questions or swing by and take a look at it, bike is located in Apple Valley, MN.

It is a former AMA bike with a Erion Honda built Supersport motor. The bike was originally a used at one of the big race schools in the country (cant remember which one, Freddie Spencer maybe?). Then it was purchased by The Gillims (relatives of the Haydens) and raced by Fankie Gillim jr (cousin of Hayden Gillim) in the AMA. As a Result, there is no title to the bike, so it will be sold with a Bill of Sale Only.

Erion Honda Super sport built motor
Ohlins 25mil cartridge forks
Ohlins TTX shock
Vortex Gearing 39-46 rear and 14-15 front
Vortex- rearsets , clip-ons , levers , case cover, fuel cap
Galfer sbk brake lines front and rear
Woodcraft- sharkfin chain gaurd, clutch cover
Leo Vince full Ti system
Bazzaz Zi-Fi AFM , quick shifter, map selector switch.
K+N air filter
1.5 sets of Sharkskinz bodywork (both a beat up, but repaired and functional)
no key start
Carboine loraine brake pads (installed)- EBC and Galfer pads as spares
Evo3 Brake lever (allows you to change the rate of your brake lever to get more power or more feel, its also SS legal and makes a HUGE improvement on the stock master cyclinder)
CRG supersport clutch lever
Brand new EVR slipper clutch
CRG chain adjuster/lifters
GPR steering dampner
Brembo 320mm full floating rotors
Motion Pro Revolver Throttle
Ballistic lithium battery


Honestly Im sure there are a few things Im forgetting as well. There are also more spares than you can shake a stick at. 3 rear rims and 2 fronts, rotors, radiator, misc bolts, clips, clip ons, brand new brake levers, clutch levers, rearset parts, radiator, etc etc..

Looking to get $7500 for everything, but I am willing to decrease the price by taking off a few upgrade parts/spares. Also willing to trade for a similarly equipped 1000cc track bike.

Pm with questions!
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Last 2 photos are as the bike sits right now after being winterized. PM me if you would like pics of specific things/areas
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Who wants to go fast?!
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Got a dyno sheet? Just curious

2007 Cbr600rr Black

[SIZE=1]Tripage IT and Plate Bracket, TST Turn Signals, GB Case Covers, Captive Rear Spacers, Driven 520 -1 +2 steel sprocket kit, Spiegler Steel Brake Lines, Front Fork Revalve, Stomp Grips, Speedodrd, Dunlop Q3's, HRC Rear Brake Res, Woocraft Frame sliders, Shorty levers, 90 Degree Valve Stems, EK 520 Black/Gold Chain, Tekarbon Chain Guard, Engine Swap, Brembo RCS, Evotech Front Brake Res, SBS Sintered Race pads, Healtech Quick Shifter, Vortex Rearsets, and Trackdays!
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I do not. I personally never had it dynoed. The previous ower did and reported numbers of 113hp on standard sunoco fuel. It is tuned for sunoco and U4.4 if I recall correctly. Keep in mind Dyno numbers all read differently, so take the 113hp with a grain of salt.

All I know is it pulls HARD. Itll easily power wheelie in 2nd coming out of a slow corner
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