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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-29-2007, 10:15 PM Thread Starter
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i'm not sure where to put this, since it isn't quite a guarantee, but i'm curious what you guys would be willing to pay for this bike. i've been looking for an SV for the track for a while and i was wondering what you guys thought was a reasonable asking price...here's the laundry list:

2004 SV650
traxxion dynamics gold emulator forks
penske triple clicker shock
new pilot race tires
slipper clutch (don't know brand)
scotts rotary damper
vortex sliders
woodcraft rearsets and bars
520 chain conversion
spiegler lines all around
bmc filter
m4 slip on
full shark skinz body

the bike had it's break in period and was immediately outfitted for the track afterwards. it has about 1300 miles on it right now with a few track days, but no serious racing

pending it's in as good of shape as the owner claims, what would you personally sell it for? i think it may be a little much for me right now, but i'm curious.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-30-2007, 11:18 AM
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$4500 if it's minty fresh.

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I agree with Udog on the price, $4500 sounds good.

I'm selling my track SV, $3000

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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-30-2007, 06:48 PM
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The first generation SVs (99-02) are a bit more reliable. The 2nd generation are know to break crank shafts if they are hopped up enough. The fix is to have the crankshaft balanced and lightened which requires complete tear down. This bike appears to have a stock motor, just stay away from banging off the rev limiter though. When you are riding it remember it stops making power before 10 grand so there's no reason to rev the piss out of it. ALWAYS KEEP THE SITE WINDOW FILLED TO THE TOP WITH OIL.

The bike is worth 4500 but that is low ball. If you really want it, I wouldn't pay more than 5000. Since the thing is practically brand new the dude mite be asking more than that. They cost 5200 brand new. He has alot of money worth of goodies on it to so keep that in mind.

Rough guesstimates without looking up the prices.

traxxion dynamics gold emulator forks - $3 or 400
penske triple clicker shock - 6 or 700
new pilot race tires - 350
slipper clutch (don't know brand) - 5 or 600
scotts rotary damper - 400
vortex sliders - 100
woodcraft rearsets and bars - 600
520 chain conversion - 300
spiegler lines all around - 200
bmc filter
m4 slip on - 300
full shark skinz body - 400

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post #6 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-03-2007, 07:11 PM
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I agree with Udog on the price, $4500 sounds good.

I'm selling my track SV, $3000
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who is it??

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