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bike FOR SALE : 2008 Yamaha R6

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2008 Yamaha R6, bought brand new in late 08. Clean title in hand...

$6,900

Will update with miles. Roughly 9,000
Goodies
Supersport built motor by Indianapolis Ducati
Bazzaz FI Unit with dual map switch, tuned to Sunoco 260gtx or U4.4
Manual cam chain tensioner
BMC filter
Full titanium Akrapovic exhaust
MotionPro rev2 throttle
Ohlins 20mm fork piston kit
New vesrah pads
Galfer stainless lines
Vortex clip ons
Pazzo short levers
GPR v4 steering damper
Bazzaz quickshifter with new sensor and timing adjuster, GP shift
Optimal racing bodywork
Paint by 614paintworx
DID 520 chain
Slew of vortex rear sprockets
Stock rearsets
Stock rear shock
Stock rotors
Stock wheels painted to match


Maybe forgetting something


Marvic magnesium wheels
Brembo rotors available for more $$


Bike will be available after 10/15/17
Located in Columbus Ohio

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are you replacing this with something else, or is the Ducati just taking away seat time?

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54 minutes ago, redkow97 said:

are you replacing this with something else, or is the Ducati just taking away seat time?

Ducati has been long gone. He's upgrading to the new R6.

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I wondered about that, but it's still listed in his "Bikes" section. (visible on a computer, but not the mobile version of the site)

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get it now so you have time t  touch and caress her all winter before you go make some middle weigh bikes cry... and a couple 1000s wonder why they haven't walked you in some of the straights.... 

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Hey where did you get the Bowman stickers made? lol i need some of those.

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10 minutes ago, Tonik said:

I really should buy this.

She deserves to see the track more than a few times a year.... hope youre up to it!

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30 minutes ago, Tonik said:

I really should buy this.

Do it!!!!!  I'll hold your umbrella whenever you want.  LOL

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25 minutes ago, tall_tracy said:

Do it!!!!!  I'll hold your umbrella whenever you want.  LOL

Oh I can see it now.....rolling into the driveway at home....Hey Deb check out my new race bike and the free umbrella babe that came with it!!

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Just now, Tonik said:

Oh I can see it now.....rolling into the driveway at home....Hey Deb check out my new race bike and the free umbrella babe that came with it!!

Uhhhh, well I meant at a track day...

Let me know when you pick it up and I'll be waiting in your driveway with an umbrella....  :lol:

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Then she'll make you feel short af by flat footing said R6...............while its up on stands.

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4 hours ago, bowdog said:

Hey where did you get the Bowman stickers made? lol i need some of those.

Those were made years ago by Chris kruzel of drippingwet. But everything else  and my new ones I recommend pop shadow decals.  Tea, is a fellow racer and Stt coach. She does amazing on them with quick turnaround and good pricing

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2 hours ago, Tonik said:

Happy for you, sad for me.

should have jumped when you could!

thanks for the thoughts! more money for new bike... mm hmm

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10 hours ago, TwiztedRabbit said:

should have jumped when you could!
 

I had to wait, I am making a career move that will dramatically change my income level.  It is 100 percent for sure...but still have to wait for it to happen. Adulting is hard.

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