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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by 309, Jul 21, 2005.
That tail bag sure doesn't look like it's been stored inside. Looks sun faded.
header looks like it has miles on it as well. . or was stored outside.
kinda pricey, too......
1982 airhead BMW Moto. Dual disc. 40mm bing carbs. Large valves.
Custom Gowing seat. Spline lube and valve adjustment done.
Just rebuilt carbs. Progressive front and rear springs.
New shinko sport touring tires.
Full BMW system cases. Approx 40k
Serious drool factor for me.
Clean bike and an excellent rider. I've put over 150 miles on it so far...
Alot done to make it reliable and useable. New Throttle cable. Rebuilt Master cyl. front and rear. New Grips. Rebuild Brake Calipers (new rear pads). Rebuild carbs/synch. De-carbon topend and NEW rings (still on standard bore-good indication of how it's been used). Rebuild fuel shut-off/new fuel lines (tank looks new inside). New Air Filter. Scrub electrical connections (charges excellent-everything works). New Battery. New Muffler Joints/packing. New Fork seals/oil.
Tune-up items: New transmission oil, plugs, points, timing, synch oil pump and adjust/lube everything.
Colorado title. Price is $4000.00.
They sell for $3500.00 to $5500.00 routinely so pass on the lowball offers...
Call 3039eightsix577seven if interested
This thing is driving me a little nuts. The seller got right back to me yesterday with photos (looks super clean).
Trying to go see it tomorrow but have not heard back from the owner.
Go south instead...this one has some nice touches for a few bucks more.
The 17" wheels is a good thing - my best bud had one of these and 18" rubber choices aren't great. The Ohlins shocks are worth a couple dollars too.
For sale is a rare '94 CB1000 "Big One" motorcycle. 25k miles, mostly stock with the exception of these proper upgrades:
- 17" wheel conversions front & back (transforms handling!)
- Ohlins shocks (I still have the stock shocks as well)
- Just mounted a brand new National Cycle bikini smoke-tinted windshield
- New Nissin radial master cylinders (brake and clutch)
- Steel braided front brake lines
- Gold line Super Hawk Nissin front brake calipers
- New EBC HH brake pads
- Just mounted brand new Michelin Pilot Road radial tires
Ah yes, the "Big One". I too lusted for one about 15 years ago. I rode a few but never pulled the trigger. Remember, it is almost a 20 year old bike now. You can sometimes get 919's for the same price 13 years newer. They were a nice bike (especially in red) and not a lot around. Hey, I will ride anything and have fun but my thought is for the money you can find bandit 1250's and 919's and even SV1000's for the same price (or less). Have fun! Bucky
1994 Honda CB1000 (Loveland)
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The same engine that was in the CBR1000F, but sadly detuned a bit. Old school Honda four, with cam chain drive between the two middle cylinders.
Rock solid, but not a powerhouse as configured in the CB1000.
I've been looking at ZRX's, first gen FZ1's, and a few 919's....never really gave the CB1000 much of a second look.
One of my oldest friends and riding buddies had one, and it really was a great bike - but they left some performance on the table.
We covered a lot of ground on those bikes ('95 Fireball Orange Speed Triple under me) and the Big One brings back good memories.
2008 Honda XR650L 600 miles - $3500 (Lakewood)
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<hr> <section id="userbody"> 2008 Honda XR650 L. Yes less than 600 miles. Rode it last weekend and now it wont start. Clear Colorado title. Street legal, Electric start. Reply with your phone number in subject line, all others will just be deleted. Call Paul 303- sev six thr- nine eight fou eight.
I rode that one yesterday
It's like new and in great shape for a very good price. The owner picked up a new leftover '10 KTM 990R Adventure at Fay Myers and doesn't need two bikes. *
It needs a rear tire.
I'm still looking....but that FZ1 is a good one.
We've swapped emails - I may go check it out tomorrow....but he'd have to have lots of wiggle room in his price to make it better than the '02 for $1100 less.
*(that's psycho talk if you ask me )
Evil Stalker Van needs some goodies. Jeep has to go.
Bought it March 2011 from a fellow ADV rider.
SOLD for a ADV rider. Enjoy Ben!
Selling my 1993 Jeep Wrangler.
4.0L, 6cyl, Manual.
Recent tune up. Runs like a champ. Needs nothing.
Chevrolet cloth bucket seats. Very comfortable.
Goodyear Wranglers. Newly rotated. Couple years left in them. New spare.
Best Top Add-A-Trunk.
Also included, bikini top.
Extra Tilt steering column.
Extra rear tube bumper.
Not included: Bike Rack
Blake, you don't need a liter bike. I know where there is a nice FZ6 for cheap
Dang Chris, I know of a couple people looking for cars right now. I'll pass this info on. I'm a huge fan of that 4.0L six. They run strong forever.
I've got an '04 sport 4.0L 5 speed with a hard top. Bought it for my daughter and made darn sure the thing was ready to go. Tires, suspension......blah, blah, and of course a deck with speakers. 104k miles. Any-who my dad had a knee replacement, a heart-attack and a couple of strokes over three months and now can't drive. No, not because he's dead. My mom wants me to come pick up his car and I really don't need it. I know the jeeps command a stupid price here in Colorado but PM me if somebody needs a jeep.
Funny part is, it's a 2000 MB ML430 SUV with 45,000 miles on it and the Jeep is worth more.
Well shoot. Those 599 mile must have been terrible.
For some reason these come to mind.
Damn, that is a good deal. I had a 2.5L and it was great but I always wished I had the 4.0.
Sent from my ADR6350
For me that FZ1 for $2800 is a MUCH better deal then the CB1000!! GREAT BIKES!!
yes... I love this bike. It's been on there for a long time though (probably because of the price tag). But yes... I drool over it too about once a month.