2004 Honda Other on 2040-motos
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Original owner, garage kept since new, never wrecked, clean! Less than 42,000 miles, All accessories very tastefully added. I'm 60 years old and have moved to a smaller bike. Someone will get a fabulous motorcycle that has been well cared for since new. Please contact me with any questions.
New tires front and rear. Literally one mile from dealer.
New air filter.
Oil change records since new.
VStream windshield (original also included)
Symtec Heat Demon - 4 level heated grips
PIAA model 910 driving lights with 100 watt bulbs
Custom PIAA mounts from Spoiled Biker parts
LED mirror turn signal indicators
Garmin GPS mount, fully wired as "switched". (GPS unit NOT included)
GPS dash mount (RAM) from Sport Touring, model HST 13-RBIS-1
Heli-Bars handlebar risers. Single hole for RAM mount if desired.
Skeen Design LED tail lights, very bright, priority lights flicker to get attention, then flash as brake lights.
Honda accessory Quartet Harness installed. 08A30-MCS-100
Nelson Rigg magnetic tank bag, fits great on this bike, have used it for years.
Canyon Dancer, emergency tie down harness.
3M Tail_Brights reflective on rear bags. Adds great visibility when car lights shine on it.
Hippo Hands, for extreme cold weather riding. Specific to this model bike.
Haynes Service and Repair manual.
Battery Tender harness in place.
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Moto blogThu, 01 Mar 2012
Missing a day of testing didn’t appear to have a negative effect on Honda riders Casey Stoner and Dani Pedrosa. After missing the second day of testing because of a potential engine problem, the Repsol Honda riders were back on the track for Day 3 where they regained the top two spots on the time sheets. Honda held back Stoner and Pedrosa as well as satellite team riders Alvaro Bautista and Stefan Bradl yesterday to investigate an engine warning light that lit up on the dash of Pedrosa’s RC213V on Day 1.Tue, 02 Aug 2011
Honda reported a 88.3% year-on-year decrease in net profit over its first quarter ended June 30, 2011, thanks in large part to the March 11 earthquake and ensuing tsunamis in Japan. Honda reported a profit of 31.7 billion yen (US$411.1 million) over the quarter, a fraction of the 272.4 billion yen (US$3.53 billion) reported over the same quarter last year. The decrease came mainly from a large dropoff in automobile sales. Net sales from the motorcycle division helped keep Honda in the black despite a drop in unit sales.Fri, 25 Apr 2014
A strong fourth quarter helped Honda see a 9.8% increase in motorcycle sales and a 9.3% increase in motorcycle revenue for its fiscal year ended March 31, 2014. The Japanese manufacturer reported sales of 17.0 million motorcycles and ATVs over the fiscal year, up from the 15.5 million sold in the previous year. Honda’s worldwide motorcycle sales increased in each of the previous seven quarters going from 3.8 million in the Q2 last year to 4.5 million in the most recently completed quarter.
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