2008 Honda CBR 1000RR CBR1000RR - $6000
Posted Mar 13, 2019 | Hits: 24 | Stock No: #2407
2008 Honda CBR1000RR
I hardly ride the bike anymore so it's time to go. I've touched it for a total of less than 15 rides in 2018.
Most mods only add to the aesthetic value of the bike while maintaining stock-ness. Potentially negotiable within reason but will not be straying very far for the lowerballers.
Overall, this bike is extremely clean and well maintained.
This bike has always been garage kept.
2nd owner - clean and clear title Indiana title in my name on hand. I purchased this at 8,000 miles in June 2012. That's 22,000 miles in a mere 6 years. Honestly, it prolly received 12,500 in one year, and then it gradually declined in getting miles after that.
OEM Plastics - none of that China crap. Super sharp Bumblee color scheme.
Brock's Alienhead Full Exhaust 14" Muffler($1600).
Power Commander 5 with Brock's exhaust mapping.
HID headlights. Both are 6000k(bright white).
EK Chain 520.
Supersprox 520 rear sprocket (current conversion is 0 front/+2 rear).
OEM sprocket for front, but I also have a -1 that will be given with bike.
Vortex Racing Rearsets.
Motul 300V Full Synthetic Oil was all this machine received.
Sato Racing Hooks for rearsets. Makes it easy to remove and reattach passenger rearsets, and a way better anchor rear anchor point for ratchet straps when trailering.
Yellow Galfer Racing brakelines.
Custom cut rear brake rotors.
K & N Air Filter (I think, but it could still be OEM cause I always prefer OEM products).
Some kind of fancy aftermarket lightweight battery.
Aftermarket LED taillights with integrated turn signals.
Speedohealer w/ Top Speed Recall button.
CleverWolf Racing carbon fiber tank pad.
Schnitz Racing Front End Lowering Brackets & Strap.
Modifications for a car charger w/fuse in trunk.
Modifications for a button up near the windshield for garage door opener.
Tires will probably need replacing soon-ish. Both are Michellin Pilot Power 2CT. Rear is currently a 190-55-17.
I changed the clutch maybe two years ago, but I'm sure it's acquired less than 4,000 miles since then so it won't need to be changed again soon unless you the beat crap out of it. Prolly also need an oil change although it hasn't received the miles mark yet, it's probably at the date mark since last change. Plus Motul 300V doesn't have a lot of additives and should be changed more frequently anyways.
One con: did an engine swap at Honda Certified Shop at 28,000 miles with a 15,000 mile engine.
Extra things I have that I would be willing to sell for the low with the bike if interested.
2 Honda OEM oil filters
Vortex Frame Sliders(MSRP was like $150) - never installed.
Prolly a couple of other things here and there around the garage.
CASH ONLY - no payments, checks, money orders, or trades. No rides without cash in hand, drop it and she's yours.