I like it. But that's just me.
That that doesn't kill us forces us to live with a busted up bike!!
Never crashed, but has a new side panel ?? Notice the wing is missing, it's all black. Clean title just means it was never repaired under a claim. Someone has just replaced the broken parts off of it.
2001 and $4600...too much.....try $3500. I got an 03 R1 for $3500 that was minty. I paid less for a GSXR 1000 that's newer than that. Grind him.
When they say TITLE often means it is a USA import not that that matters.
Great 2001 Honda CBR 600 F4i - great condition - never wrecked - very low miles - little over 2600!! Needs a new battery but no other problems. Cash only.
Waaaay too expensive. A few months ago buddy picked up a mint 2005 (or 2006?) 600RR for about $4k just over the border.
"Yamaha" - it's Japanese for "fuck your sports car."
Does this piss anyone else off? How is a Honda in any way Italian or Monoposto...Keywords: honda, kawasaki, yamaha, suzuki, gsxr, cbr, 600, 1000, sport, bike, ducati, monster, 749, 748, f4i, zx6r, 750, triumph, italian, monoposto, termignoni, 600rr, RR, crotch rocket, stunt, fast, ohlins, r6, r1
(Oh, and yeah, way too expensive.)
Why are you guys always comparing US bikes? This seems to be commonplace lately. I've been through the importation process with a vehicle and it's a pain in the ass. To save $5,000 I'd probably do it, $10,000 for sure, but it's not like buying a pair of gloves, it's still a lot of work. So comparing used bikes on Clist in Canada, to used bikes on Clist in the US isn't comparing apples to apples.
Sorry, that's just been annoying me lately.
As for the original post, the bike's not worth $4500. Probably closer to $3500. I also suspect that bike's been down due to the paint job. While that wouldn't make me shy away from the bike, I'd adjust the price accordingly.
EDIT: Wait a second.. does the F4i come stock with Ohlins? I don't think so, and I'm pretty sure he would have mentioned it in the upgrades, yet in the tags it says "Ohlins".
This ad just pisses me off!
Last edited by J_Scott; 06-24-2010 at 10:51 AM.
Sure it may not be for everyone, but it works for me.