Honda : Cbr Honda Cbr1000rr Repsol Edition!!! Mint!!!! on 2040-motos
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2007 Honda CBR1000RR Repsol Edition 22000 mis. Super clean and well modded. Selling because i am buying a house. My loss is your gain. I started searching for a clean 06-07 Repsol back in the summer of 2012. It was always a dream bike of mine and finally had the means to purchase. I came across this 1 in march and got lucky it was semi local. It wasn't perfect but i spent the better part of spring/early summer making it so it was perfect and adding some more upgrades while i was at it. So lets start with the mods: Full titanium Arata exhaust PCIII Carrozzeria V-Track wheels (powdercoated orange) Custom hid kit with projectors Brand new Shorai lithium lightweight battery Renthal sprockets (+2R, -1F) Brand new RK chain Led integrated taillight Led flushmounts Speedohealer Galfer Stainless Steel brake lines FP Racing Shorty Levers The bike also has a brand new michelin pp3 rear tire. It could use a new front tire due to wear but the tire currently is able to be ridden. Only story I have with the bike is that the original owner had it geared and never had a speedohealer. I then installed the wheels at about 18k miles with new sprockets and chainm at which point i added the speedohealer. So the bike realistically has a lot less mileage than ODO says. The bike has never been laid down and is near perfect and I am quite picky.
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