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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-03-2007, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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How much is it worth

i was looking at this bike it is a 2002 gsxr 600 it is yellow and black it needs tire and the fairing are scratched up. It has a yosh carbin trs bolt on and undertail and it rides down the road fine and also it has 8900 miles on it what is it worth
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I like those bikes. A nice 02 600 I'd think is worth 4500 at best tho.

Fairings being scratched up from a lil drop or speedy lay down - 3900 or 2900

then tires are at least 250 so I'd go with 3500 max.

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I guess it depends on how bad you want it, That is what it is worth


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How about what is the asking price?

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4,000 grand o.b.o
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i bought my 03 with scratched fairings, 14 on the clock shorty yoshi r-3 exhaust and paid 2700 i may have got a good deal though not sure



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4,000 grand o.b.o

Offer 3. End up at 3500, and it's not a bad deal if that's all thats wrong with it.

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3,500....3,500, do I hear a 3,600...
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4,000 grand o.b.o
fuck no, i bougt my mint condition 04 750 with 9k on the clock, yoshi TRS, Vortex rearsets, Harris grips, sliders, for $5k.

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everyone has all these different prices but we all live in different areas and there's different demands for bikes. if you feel your getting a good deal on the bike then buy it. your always going to hear i got this for this much you paid to much blah blah blah. if you have the money and can afford it and want it then BUY ITTTTT!

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I don't care where you live do not pay more than 3k for a 6 year old bike that has been down and needs work especially at this time of year. Plus you will probably spend another 500 or more in repairs so keep that in mind.
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$2,800-$3,000 maybe. I have the same bike down to the color. My bike also has Hindle full system, vortex rearsets, penske shock, revalved forks, PCIII with custom map, Pazzo levers, R1 master cylinder, chrome Tapeworks kit, and has never been crashed. I would be lucky to get $4,000-$4,300

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I have my K2 1000 for sale at 3800. Needs tires, tune up, ect ect..

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where do you live im in ohio
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post #16 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-06-2007, 08:56 PM
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i would say 3500-4000
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post #17 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-06-2007, 09:13 PM
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illgive you a gazillion dollars, nah id say 3200

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