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$6,500 FIRM for everything. Not really interested in parting anything out.
Located in Long Beach, CA

2008 ZX-10R with approximately 11K miles. Original owner. Registration tag was renewed last week. Maintenance and tires replaced about 100 miles ago.
Never been in an accident. However, it was knocked over by my brother and damaged the left rear tail fairing... he will replace it. Only done 2 track days on it and I'm a slow group B rider :mrgreen:

Selling because I haven't had time to ride much for the past couple years. I don't have the title, as I still have about $3K balance on the loan.

Mods:
- Akrapovic carbon fiber slip on with link pipe
- Brembo 19 RCS brake master cylinder
- Galfer front & rear brake lines (green)
- Gilles rear sets
- CRG clutch lever (black)
- GPR steering damper
- MDI carbon fiber bodywork
- Attack Racing fiberglass bodywork John Hopkins Monster replica
- Samco silicon radiator hose kit (green)
- Avon AV81 tires (100 miles fresh)
- miscellaneous parts (frame sliders, fender eliminator, lights, windscreen, etc.)















 

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Although I'm not in a rush to sell, thus I haven't put much effort into it... I'm getting little to no response the times I've had it listed on Craigslist.
Can I get some honest feedback? Is my price not attractive enough? Are people simply not interested in 3rd gen 10R's? Craigslist or 10R forum no good for selling bikes?
 

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I think it's a fair price actually. Maybe just a Gen3 thing. I'm seeing Gen4's with relatively low miles for around $8K, sometimes less. I see many Gen3's for $6k. Part of it is also the economy. People with money just buy new stuff. If it were a fair priced used car, it would be sold stat!

Good luck!
 

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To be honest, while the price is fair the big draw back is people buying a bike with aftermarket fairings. Weird, but people do not go for em. I wish you good luck on it though.
 

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whats it the eye in the left headlight area of the race fairings?
if you decide to part those I maybe interested depanding on price
 

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To be honest, while the price is fair the big draw back is people buying a bike with aftermarket fairings. Weird, but people do not go for em. I wish you good luck on it though.
I hear ya. Unfortunately, I no longer have the OEM fairings because they were exchanged to make the CF mold.

whats it the eye in the left headlight area of the race fairings?
if you decide to part those I maybe interested depanding on price
I pulled a projector from an Acerbis headlight. I'm sure you can find a new or used one for cheap.
 
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