2012 Honda Cbr on ns1.2040-motos
Honda CBR description
Single owner, purchased in April-2014 with 1 mile on it. Currently @ 550 miles. It may creep up if I get an itch to go out on a nice day.
Haven't ridden it a whole lot lately so the battery has sat on the tender a lot this past year. Probably feels mildly neglected and I'm hoping somebody will be able to spend more time with it than I have of lately.
Haven't dropped it or tracked it yet and I ride fairly conservatively when considering the intended use of the machine is on a track and getting rung out. Fed nothing buy 93 octane fuel but specification state it can take lower octane infrequently.
Purchase of item includes:
1pr of original keys
Key code tag (for making replicates if you lose both keys)
Recent Maintenance @ 535mi:
Oil Change - K&N filter, Mobil 1 4T 10W-40
Clean & Lube Chain
Adjust Chain Tension
Wash and wax of the fairings and rear swing arm
Puig Smoked Tint Windscreen
Tech Spec tank grip pads 62-0074-HF
Pro Grip 5000CA Tank Pad
Bike Master Rear Spools
Adjustable clutch and front brake levers
Factory Honda parts included - windscreen, levers
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Moto blogFri, 21 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Honda revealed a new concept model called the NM4 Vultus, a futuristic-looking 745cc motorcycle with a massive front fairing. Despite the fact it looks like a mockup made for a movie like the Kawasaki-based bike in the recent Robocop reboot, Honda says the NM4 is indeed planned for production. The NM4 was designed by a team of young engineers in their 20s and early 30s, and that’s demographic Honda wants to target with its new concept.Wed, 28 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Honda Thailand unveiled a new prototype at the 2012 Bangkok International Motor Show showcasing the next generation of the Ruckus scooter. Known as the Zoomer in other markets, the Honda Ruckus is probably best known for its non-traditional scooter styling, with the usual tiny tires and wasp-like body replaced by a fat rubbers and exposed tube frame. The Honda Zoomer X maintains the original’s rugged-looking tires but instead of the exposed tubes, the Zoomer X has a boxy-looking structure, though like the original the space under the seat is exposed to the elements, so if you want to store something there you might have to break out the bungee cords.Wed, 21 Oct 2009 00:00:00 -0700
IF YOU'VE never been to the Tokyo show before, let me tell you this: you’re missing nowt.‘You picked a bad year to come,’ said the Yamaha designer and he was spot on. Three halls of mainly Japanese car manufacturers and lots of empty spaces wasn’t exactly what I had in mind. Maybe my expectations were too great, maybe I should have been expecting my glass to be half empty?
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