The time has come to part ways with Ebony and start a new project.
This bike has been maintained to the highest level. AMS synthetic oil every 2,000 miles, not to mention the upgrades. Also have a 3 ring binder with all the reciepts and maintenance history. This bike is imaculate and you WILL NOT find a nicer 06 out there. I bought this brand new off of Grand Prix's floor in Febraury of 06.
-Custom paint by Kontradictions Graphics & one headlight conversion.
-Custome MotoGP decal set #56 Nakano
-Puig double bubble windscreen
-Spiegler brake lines and race fluid
-Pycis carbon fiber front fender (straight from England chaps!)
-Pycis rear tire hugger
-Solo seat cowl
-Voltermoto Type 2 rearsets (set up for GP shift)
-Akropovic Titanium exhaust (one-off single sided)
-Arrow Cat eliminator
-Ohlins 50mm front fork kit
-Racetech rear spring and gold valve kit
-Gilles Tooling GP adjustors
-Nissin front caliper upgrade (ZX14 calipers) with new Gafler sintered pads
-GiPro with ATRE
-P&P preload adjustors
-C-n-R "shorty" adjustable levers
-Harris 1/4 turn gas cap
-K&N air filter
-LSL frame sliders (Germany's finest)
-Pitbull rear swingarm sliders
-Dynojet Power commander PCIII, custom map by fuel moto
-Stealth sprockets (up 2 in the rear)
-DID "Mr. T" gold chain
-Circut 1 block off plates
-Factory Ohlins damper
-LOJACK: top of the line lojack system (transferable)
-Fully safety wired
-New YUSA battery
-BT 02's will sell new tires at cost to new owner
-New NGK plugs going in this week
I also have a full set of race plastic with a superbike tail at an additional cost.
Over $5,000 invested in aftermarket parts alone! Blue book is $7,695 I'm asking $8,200 firm.
On the Fast Orange One. Marvics Silverstone Gold Mag (lighter than Marshs), Full Akra Ti Hex, 14 Cals, PC3 with a bad ass map, Scotts, Pazzos, hell about 7k in aftermarket parts fast. So now you know I'm Floyd Money Mayweather fast!! Kanye taking the mic from Taylor Swift fast!! haha Just damn fast!!
^^^I will add some pics to the first post. Bike is in excellent mechanical condition. Just changing the plugs to be a nice guy. I have a set so I might as well "freshen" it up for this season's riding. Hence the new battery as well, it didn't need it, but I want whomever is buying it to know they don't have to spend more $$$ on maintenance items. Afterall, who wants to buy a bike and spend another $500 getting it in shape? I just wouldn't feel comfortable with myself.