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  2. Bristol, VA is the closest city you can easily reference.
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  4. I have really enjoyed the headset. I've recorded just about all of the CD's I have and it has used only just over half the memory! I use it while I am exercising on the back porch. It was in almost new shape. Thanks a lot.
  5. superhawk996

    1999 Honda CBR1100XX - $2,500 OBO

    Perhaps, but people buying something to part it out are looking to spend a couple hundred at most, not full street value. A whole motor, $700. Swingarm, $40. Forks, $200. Gas tank, $300.....and these are prices I've seen on 'normal' mile parts, not 100k mile parts. So, many hours of work later and piles of stuff littering the garage, about half of the investment is returned. Nobody in his right mind would do this. Buying your bike with all the extras and parting out unwanted ones kinda makes sense. If someone doesn't care for the luggage and spares & stuff then selling them off does make the total price more attractive. Without those extras I wouldn't even entertain it. The biggest hurdles for either of my buddies will be not being able to see/ride it, especially because of the miles, and the shipping cost. If we were local I know they'd pay $2k, and probably 2500 if it's as clean as you say. Cosmetics are always iffy, one sees no damage and the next person fixates on every flaw. What city/state are you in?
  6. Perhaps, but at $2,500, if someone had the capacity to part it out, they’d make back every penny and then some. The motor is solid, and all the significant negatives are purely cosmetic. Wheels, swing arm, frame, forks, tank, etc. are in fine condition. I’d hate to see how many of these are even available from Honda now. I could sell the Givi setup separately, but I’d rather move it as a whole unit.
  7. Yep, a $200 Park N Move. I have one... I'd sell it if it didn't weigh 40 pounds.
  8. if it was minty fresh with 100K on the clock its going to be a very hard sell even at dirt cheap. Hell most people will not even consider a car with 100K on it.
  9. Well, “excellent” was the top value listed at KBB. It didn’t seem to give me a modifier for mileage, but also did give modifiers for modifications or extra gear. So, it is useful for getting an idea of the most I could realistically ask for. I’ll try to get better daylight photos. Minor scratches here and here. Some rash on the left side, but I’ve not had luck making it appear in photos. I’ve even kept track of what work I’ve done and when (so I’d know when I last did stuff).
  10. superhawk996

    1999 Honda CBR1100XX - $2,500 OBO

    The other resident junkyard dog already started. He's bigger, I think I'm a little quicker and able to evade the bites. If he takes it it means I don't have to think about it, no biting necessary.....but a little nibble would be a nice touch.
  11. Funny how much we have in common besides first names. I literally typed the same commentary regarding the “excellent condition” mentioned and erased it due to the nature of the For Sale thread. But, feel it is important to point out this was a serious mischaracterization of condition. I may have to play with KBB to show the true value when 98K miles are added to the equation. Somehow I smell Joe circling this ad licking his junkyard dog lips!
  12. Park n Move I've used them for years. Must have in garage with limited space.
  13. superhawk996

    1999 Honda CBR1100XX - $2,500 OBO

    And what area you live in to get an idea on shipping or picking it up.
  14. superhawk996

    1999 Honda CBR1100XX - $2,500 OBO

    Please send me or post some daylight photos, and show any damage on the bike. I'll talk to my buddies and see if they're interested.
  15. anyone seen the item he has it standing on before. never seen one myself but looks like a great item to have around the garage.
  16. So you are buying a non running bike.😏
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  18. The spare rear shock is the OEM original. Current rear shock is a newer one from another XX (OEM). I know some places can rebuild them to restore them to new condition. Having taken the time to inventory all the extras helps to set a price. I did have a minor lowside and dropped it a couple of times. Garage kept. The plastics are showing their age, so yeah, I’m not expecting top dollar. The luggage system would be over $500 (new). For “everything” ... I’d ask $2,500 ... probably not go lower than $2,000 ... unless some die hard enthusiast was going to make the long trek to pick it up (over a day’s journey each way). I know I could likely get more by parting it out (with the XX discontinued), but that’s a sad end for a bike that runs fine...and I don’t need a half-disassembled bike taking up space. I can’t say I didn’t get my money’s worth from the bike, and I would rather see it in the hands of someone who would give it the time and attention it deserves.
  19. Nova Scotia Mike

    1999 Honda CBR1100XX - $2,500 OBO

    Nice tool strap! Looks tidy and and well sorted for the age/miles. GLWS if you consider parting out I'd like to put dibs on your aftermarket rear shock. I don't think you mentioned above what shock you have on it.
  20. superhawk996

    1999 Honda CBR1100XX - $2,500 OBO

    Searching for a price would be the logical conclusion. When I see "testing the waters" on CL it's usually someone who will only sell at top book value plus all his mods at full cost making this a $5k bike. Your assessment of $1500-2k is probably about right, depending on whether there's visible crash damage and how much. The mileage will scare off most people so the number of people willing to pay over @2k is gonna be small. I have two potential buyers, but without checking it out I wouldn't sell them on it at anywhere near his book value even with everything thrown in.
  21. No offense, but that bike is not in excellent condition, so starting with that number seems a bit disingenuous. Also, does that number take the mileage into account? I'd very be surprised if it did. Not trying to be a dick, but based on what I quoted I think you might be in for a rude surprise if you take it to market at anywhere near that price.
  22. Looks like a 5 generation VFR with gear cams. Loved that bike!!! I would love that garage. I would never go into the house:)
  23. I believe his other bike is a vfr
  24. Or at least give it a charge or quick jump to see the miles. The odometer reading will be needed for the transfer paperwork so it'll need to be done anyway. When I first read his thing about not being sure of the miles I was thinking that he thought it looses track of the miles so it might be different than displayed.
  25. With that nice of a garage you would think it would be hooked up to a tender😝
  26. Look at how it is stored, wow.
  27. Quote ~ " This bike has ~32K miles on it. I don't know exactly because the battery has died and the odometer is digital. I installed Stebel airhorns & had the oil changed. Work done by previous owner: SW Motec panier setup with Givi quick-releasae luggage New gold chain & sprockets Valve adjustment, spark plugs, throttle-body sync., and K&N filter Wilber rear shock w/preload adjuster -- KFG Racing-installed top-of-the-line GP front springs RAM-mount for GPS/radar-detector/camera Bags Connection powered tank bag Clear Alternative turn signal lenses Mirror extenders Heated grips (2 stage) Throttle Locker Front footpeg lowering blocks (lowered ~3/4") Bar risers (2) powerlet outlets + SAE plug for battery tender Blue Sea fuse box for all powered accessories MRA Tourscreen Double Bubble screen"
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