Sorry I haven't been on here in a while...between family, work, kids sports, etc. I am learning the reality of life. I was into trackdays the last time I was on here...but now, I am going back to school to knock out a few pre-requisites and then applying for my masters in a totally different line of work
Anyways....I have some bills I am paying off and I am looking to sell my bike:headshake I really don't want to....but I am not going to get to ride it as much....and it was pretty much just a track bike. What I need is some input from some individuals that can help me figure out what to ask for it.
It's an 07 ZX10....around 10K on the odometer, vortex rearsets, power commander, Two Bros. slip-ons/bolt-ons. was laid down once at the track...has a small dent in the tank, does not effect anything. Has frame sliders, swing-arm spools, Pazzo Levers, Tires currently on it are Conti Sport Attacks....I was getting ready to switch to the Race Attacks...but there's no point seeing how I want to sell it. Also has steel braided brake lines and converted the front calipers to the Honda 600RR calipers.
I also have some spare parts, plus the headlight assym. and a few other things.
I will post up pics either this evening or tomorrow. What I would like to get is some input on what I should ask for it. I am figuring $5,000 O.B.O. but I don't know if that's too much. KBB is 6455...but that's retail....
It does have a clear title....I am currenlty working on getting it from PA...then I have to transfer it to a CA title....bike was registered in CA past 2 years....but when I paid it off...the lein release was sent to PA
It is registered still but in CA with a PNO (planned non-operation), because I wasn't putting it back on the road. No Salvage title or anything like that.
Any advice will be appreciated....if you have any questions feel free to ask.
Marines I see as two breeds, Rottweilers or Dobermans, because Marines come in two varieties, big and mean, or skinny and mean. They're aggressive on the attack and tenacious on the defense. They've got really short hair and always go for the throat.
-RAdm "Jay" R. Stark, USN, 10 Nov. 1995