Hello boys and girls! It's been quite a while since I've posted on here, and that is partly the reason that I am putting the Big Black Bird up for sale. I have owned it since summer of 2002 and it was a one owner before that. At the moment she has about 63k-ish miles on it and those are mostly traveling. We used to ride with a small group that would hit 250 to 400 miles a day every weekend so it's relatively easy miles. I'll try to list as much as I can below but I am at work and sort of in a time crunch. I'll post some pics and try to field any questions you may have as they come. Here goes:
- Located in Hammond, LA
- HELI bars
- Removable (not on it now) soft saddle bag frames
- BRAKING wave rotors
- DIGI digital gear indicator
- Huge expandable soft saddlebags
- Possible tank bag. I may keep the one that is on it and replace it with a new one if sold. Sentimental reasons....
- Tucked in license plate and smaller tail lights
- Additional tail lights inside of the tail section (to be seen better with the saddle bags on)
- LED 'Blinky lights' inside of the tail light
- Upgraded headlights (non-LED. Just a higher wattage)
- Upgraded cam chain tensioner
- Mobil 1 synthetic oil since new.
- New clutch and Barnett springs about 1k ago.
- Tires are about 50%
- Frame plugs to match the special bolts
- Handlebar ends machined to match the special bolts
- Extra set of side panels and 'nose section'. Slightly damaged. I kept them to use on a track day but never did it.
I'm sure I'll remember other things but that's all I can think of right this second. I will see if I have any recent pics to post later on.
Asking $3000 obo.
Thanks for reading this far!
Update: HOLY SMOKES! I can't believe I forgot to add this other stuff! It just proves that it hasn't been at the forefront of my attention:
- Micron carbon fiber slip on exhausts
- Factory Honda center stand
- Nelson Riggs mid-weight cover
- Gold anodized adjustable levers
- Replaced the cam chain tensioner with the later model upgraded one
- 12v power port under the seat
- PC2 Power Commander. 132 rwhp on day of dyno tuning (map cd to be included)
- 'Check Engine' light is on. Code is 'Knock sensor', which is common with this vintage of PC2. I changed the sensor to see if it would clear but it didn't. If you were to upgrade it to a PC3 you don't have this issue because it is a more advanced unit and accounts for whatever is tripping the code.
- All maintenance is up to date but I will still do another oil change at the time of sale.
- All maintenance records (receipts, labels, instructions etc. - Wife says I'm OCD about that stuff...)
Still at work so I can't really find any pictures of it out here. Feel free to ask any questions and I'll answer them.