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    2014 mt09 (Sold)

    Mish has gotten her L's so i need to sell the 09 and get a LAMS bike. Still got the Vortex VFighteR so its OK. It has been, and still is, a fucking awesome bike to ride, but it needs to go.
    The bad is 65,000ks, all by me.
    The good is everything else.Logbooks, Red key, mint condition, and almost every MT09 mod except a turbo.
    $7400 neg, but I don't want to take all the good stuff off and sell the bike for $5K and all the parts separate. As it is, its a very well sorted MT09.
    Happy to part exchange a learner bike if you know anyone who is upgrading - CB500F or X, or the MT07.
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    Flashed/Akra full system/block off plates/quickshifter/DNA airfilter
    OEM R1 320mm rotors/FZ1 master cylinder/shorty levers/Ti calliper and rotor bolts
    Stoltec moto valves and sonic springs in the front and Penske double clicker rear shock for a 95kg rider.
    Michelin PR4s with a few thousand ks left in them.
    10 months rego or so
    Yamaha rear rack
    USB charger and ram mount
    Puig screen and daytime running lights in the fake air scoops
    Polisport handguards with the al spines painted to match the wheels
    H4 LED headlight globe.
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    more titanium than my bike

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    Good luck with the sale mate, Great bike.

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    more titanium than my bike

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    congrats mate

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    Thanks numbers. Sold the akra separately to blowy, and then the bike.
    Now to look at lams bikes, and remind myself that an sxv550 motard isnt appropriate.
    more titanium than my bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooligan View Post
    and remind myself that an sxv550 motard isnt appropriate.
    What????? Pfft
    Live today, die tomorrow

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    Ha, yea right. That's what I did when I had to teach the missus, get a bike that I could ride to work when she wasn't riding it. SXV550 sounds perfect!

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    got a cb500F. Its pretty good for a little bike. New bars are on, cheap pipe on the way, and I need to find a 93-95 CBR900rr rear shock since it fits, and is 10mm longer to sharpen it up a bit.
    Yes, I now have 2 Hondas. Fuck you all.
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    more titanium than my bike

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    Nice one. Mish looks at home already!

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