2008 Honda Cbr on ns1.2040-motos
Honda CBR description
Selling my 2008 Honda CBR 1000RR. Bike is absolutely immaculate. Looks, runs and rides like brand new, not a scratch. Always kept in heated garage under cover. Extremely fast and sounds amazing!!
- clean title in hand
- 7300 miles
- Newer battery
- Two Brothers stage III slip-on (stock exhaust included)
- Progrip color matched tank pad
- OEM Honda solo cover + passenger seat
- Aftermarket undertail with integrated turn signals
- Tires are Bridgestone Battleaxe 65% rear, 80% front
- Yellow LED's through fairings w/ toggle
- Includes CoverMax bike cover
I have a lower reserve price than any other 08 1000RR on ebay or cycle trader with my miles and condition this bike is in. I am selling because I need money for grad school.
$500 Non-refundable deposit is due within 48 hours after auction ends.
Feel free to contact me if you have questions
*If you do not have the money or have not secured your loan please do not bid*
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