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Sold 2013 KTM RC8R ***SOLD***

Discussion in 'Bikes' started by ncj01, Jul 16, 2021.

  1. ncj01

    ncj01 Long timer Supporter

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    Sold

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  2. G2G Racing

    G2G Racing Adventurer

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    Do you have the solo seat to go along with the bike?
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  3. NitroAcres

    NitroAcres MotoBiggots Suck Supporter

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    Doesn't the pass seat just pop off>? Leaving it a solo.?
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  4. ncj01

    ncj01 Long timer Supporter

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    Fresh pics for 6 day bump.
    I wiped the bugs off.

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  5. enduro16

    enduro16 Long timer

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    You got a picture of the jacket scratches on the tank?
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  6. CheapB

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    I wish I wouldn't have sold mine! GLWS!
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  7. BIG-E

    BIG-E AKA; Mongo-E, Sexy Grande Supporter

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    Wholly-Quacamolly Batman!!:eekers:eek2:tb:tb:tb

    Interested in any trades?:rayof:lol2
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  8. lousgoose

    lousgoose Been here awhile

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    Completely stunning and well out of my meager Library salary :-). It’s not that kind of bike but I’ve always read these things are surprisingly comfortable over longer distances…for a sport bike. Have you taken it on any longer rides and how did it do per se, not expecting a Goldwing, obviously.
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  9. ncj01

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    I’m attaching a photo of the jacket scratches on tank and the right side plastic scuff. All these taken just now.

    Trades - always! I like cool stuff. I’m easy. Hit me. A couple guys have contacted me with options. May accept 1 of them, the old fishing boat was a No however.

    Comfort - probably the most comfortable true clip-on Sportbike ever made?? The pegs are lower and further frontwards I think than my CBR1000RR. The clipons themselves are prob 2” higher than the average Japanese true Sportbike. The physical size of the bike is I think larger taller longer than the average CBR R1 ZX GSXR, etc. about as comfortable as a dedicated weapon can be, shy of a mx flat bar.

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