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post #21 of 35 Old 05-01-2016, 05:01 PM
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Haha I saw a non-abs G5 recently for 13,300 at a dealer near me. I'm thinking about it...
I paid otd 13,400 for the new '13 from san Francisco dealer. That was sept. 2014.
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post #22 of 35 Old 05-01-2016, 08:18 PM
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Some riders need ABS, Other riders have finesse on the brakes and can do it better manually.

It all depends on the rider.
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Never ridden a bike with ABS so in my opinion I'm just better off not knowing what I'm missing haha
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Haha I saw a non-abs G5 recently for 13,300 at a dealer near me. I'm thinking about it...
What dealer? It may be worth the drive from FL to go get it for me!

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What dealer? It may be worth the drive from FL to go get it for me!
Right here:

2016 Kawasaki Ninjaģ ZX?-10R KRT Edition Stock: ZX10RKRT | Cool Springs Powersports

And its actually 13k for the KRT non abs ...
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post #26 of 35 Old 05-02-2016, 09:33 PM
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Well damn. On my 2nd day back from the dragon, had a SUV pull out in front of me and went down on the bike. Was wearing some nikes, regular jeans and my leather jacket. Got a little rash on my back about the size of a credit card, and some deeper scrapes on my knee and foot. That'll teach me to wear all my gear.

Anyway...bikes probably going to be totaled, frame got dinged up on the right side, swingarm scratched up, front wheel scratched, right engine case popped a cap and leaked oil out. There's no left side damage at all.

Here's a few pics...now wear your gear and keep a look out for those damn cagers who don't see you!

On another note, I'm thinking about going to take a look at a Gen 5 after my shift foot heals up.





Glad you're okay...

I flipped my GEN III in 2013 and it looked a lot worse; trying to wheelie in 2nd gear SMH!

Took the insurance money and found a new left over 2011 GEN IV.

Glad you're okay man!
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Did good without the monkey suit. Check for new g4. I'd check the h2 before the g5.
First I want to say I have the utmost respect for you Scout...

But you lump these bikes together like money no object

H2? The H2 is $26,000

OP Best value will be a left over GEN IV should be able to find one if you are very lucky for $10,500

you should get about $6800 to $85000 for your GEN III at this point.
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First I want to say I have the utmost respect for you Scout...

But you lump these bikes together like money no object

H2? The H2 is $26,000

OP Best value will be a left over GEN IV should be able to find one if you are very lucky for $10,500

you should get about $6800 to $85000 for your GEN III at this point.
You're right there. I came out about 3k ahead of what I paid on my Gen 3 from insurance. I'm very interested in the 5th gen at 13k but I've also seen a few 11-12's for 8500-10000...so those are pretty tempting too...
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You're right there. I came out about 3k ahead of what I paid on my Gen 3 from insurance. I'm very interested in the 5th gen at 13k but I've also seen a few 11-12's for 8500-10000...so those are pretty tempting too...
Awesome the GEN III must still hold value; I got $10,500 from Insurance company when mine was totaled. At the time KAWI had 0% for 24 Months so I put 6K down paid the rest one year later. Bike was 10,300 before taxes.

Just check the financing is competitive on the 16. There is a dealer in NY Long Island they advertise on the radio for some crazy low price.
Catch is you must finance through them at some crazy rate for 48 months.

I like latest and greatest too but a flashed GEN IV is pretty damn fast!
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Glad you're alright. What's the insurance buyback on that? I'd be interested in buying it back.
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