Sold 2008 Suzuki GSX650F 6090 miles $3000 OBO located in Upstate NY Set up for Sport Touring

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  1. Motopumps

    Motopumps Long timer Super Supporter

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    2008 Suzuki GSX650F with 6090 mostly sport touring miles. Purchased in 2010 as a new in the crate leftover from our local Suzuki dealer. Adult owned and ridden, very nice condition with the following extras:


    Puig Sport Touring Screen

    Oxford Heated Grips

    New battery as of last season, stored on a battery tender.

    New Pirelli Angel GT tires

    Givi PLX racks for Givi V35 cases. (the cases are also used on a VStrom, so they are not included, but we can talk)

    Lowered 1" using dog bones and raising the fork tubes in the triples. Can be put back to stock height in just a few minutes if preferred.

    Fresh NYS inspection as of today



    Couple of small scratches on the right side fairing from a zero mph gravel driveway tip-over

    Fuel gauge does not register accurately now, it did when put away last season.

    Bike ran a little rough on the way back from being inspected. Drained and filled with a fresh tank of non-ethanol now.

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    Startup and walk-around video:


    The bike is getting no use since dealing with some health issues and needs a new home.


    Able to help with delivery within a reasonable distance of Ithaca, NY. May be able to help with delivery further away for .50 per loaded mile, enclosed transport.


    $3000 OBO. Able to take a credit card for payment.


    Let me know what questions you have!


    Thanks-

    Rob
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  2. Mattbastard

    Mattbastard Lazy ass

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    It looks lowered, is it? I see the fork tubes raised in the clamps. Did you do the dog bones for the shock linkage too or am I mistaken?

    Nice looking bike too. It'll make a great sport touring rig for someone.
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  3. Motopumps

    Motopumps Long timer Super Supporter

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    Yes, lowered 1" via dog bones. Can be put back to stock height in a few minutes.

    Rob

    Bike sold. Thanks everyone!
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