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Offline hernz

FS 2008 CBR1000RR Track Beast
« on: 01/16/18 12:34AM »
2008 Honda CBR1000RR Track Bike.

High resolution photos here: https://imgur.com/a/LkUd0

TRACK/RACE ONLY. No Title. Ride it on the track where it belongs! Will be sold with Bill of sale.

$3300. Serious buyers please Text or Call 858 598 7673 to setup viewing in Clairemont 92117.

-Meticulously Maintained. Runs beautifully and sounds mean.
-2500 Miles
-Brembo 19x18 Master Cylinder
-Vesrah Race Brake Pads
-Ohlins TTX Rear Shock, Rebuilt front forks. Both refreshed with less than 5 rides.
-GPR V4 Steering Damper
-Full Leo Vince Titanium Exhaust
-Dunlop 120/200 Slicks with only 1 day on them!
-Vortex Rearsets
-Vortex Engine Covers
-Power Commander V
-Quickshifter
-Optimal Race Bodywork
-Stainless Steel Brake Lines
-Stomp Grip Tank Pads
-Keyless Ignition
-Drilled for safety wire
-DID VX2 520 Chain

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Re: FS 2008 CBR1000RR Track Beast
« Reply #1 on: 01/16/18 10:01PM »
Is there a VIN on the frame, or engine anywhere?

History of ownership?

The mods look impressive, but I don't want any legal headaches..

Thanks!

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Re: FS 2008 CBR1000RR Track Beast
« Reply #2 on: 01/17/18 03:49PM »

I can vouch for the man.  He's a regular at Chuckwalla and I bought his R6 last spring. 

Is there a VIN on the frame, or engine anywhere?

History of ownership?

The mods look impressive, but I don't want any legal headaches..

Thanks!

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Re: FS 2008 CBR1000RR Track Beast
« Reply #3 on: 01/18/18 04:15AM »
I can appreciate the character reference, but the questions are legitimate, and the info should be provided, for peace of mind.


I can vouch for the man.  He's a regular at Chuckwalla and I bought his R6 last spring. 

Is there a VIN on the frame, or engine anywhere?

History of ownership?

The mods look impressive, but I don't want any legal headaches..

Thanks!

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Re: FS 2008 CBR1000RR Track Beast
« Reply #4 on: 01/18/18 10:20AM »

Of course.  Give him a call because he's not on here much at all.

I can appreciate the character reference, but the questions are legitimate, and the info should be provided, for peace of mind.

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Re: FS 2008 CBR1000RR Track Beast
« Reply #5 on: 01/18/18 10:30AM »
Yes There is a VIN & Engine Number. Please feel free to text me and I will gladly send you photos of them.

Jason Lauritzen's old AFM Bike. Has a handful of trackdays between a friend and I. Friend had it for awhile, now it's back in my garage and for sale.

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Re: FS 2008 CBR1000RR Track Beast
« Reply #6 on: 01/18/18 04:41PM »
Yes There is a VIN & Engine Number. Please feel free to text me and I will gladly send you photos of them.

Jason Lauritzen's old AFM Bike. Has a handful of trackdays between a friend and I. Friend had it for awhile, now it's back in my garage and for sale.

If there is a VIN, etc then legally, the transfer should be done with titles and not just a Bill of Sale. Transfer without paying the appropriate fees (no matter how outrageous or unwanted they may be) can be viewed by a DMV as defrauding, or at the very least, criminal in nature to some degree.

Just because it's been sold back and forth a few times between friends, doesn't lessen the legal liability for an interested party like me. And my job doesn't allow ignorance or misguided friendly advice as legal alibies.

Post the info for ALL prospective buyers as it shouldn't be some kind of withheld info or secretive. Thanks!

(I'll be in touch soon. Thanks in the interim.)

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Re: FS 2008 CBR1000RR Track Beast
« Reply #7 on: 01/18/18 05:10PM »

If you do some research, you'll find it's pretty common for track bikes to be sold without titles.  A lot of these bikes have often been off the streets for a long time (and should never be registered again as they are not street legal to begin with).  When he sends you the VIN, that's most likely what you'll find.  I don't even know who would register a bike that will never be ridden on the street to begin with.

My 2 cents, if you have some kind of concern about legality and/or DMV, I would buy a registered street bike and convert it to a track bike.  Of course, it will cost several thousands more to do so...

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Re: FS 2008 CBR1000RR Track Beast
« Reply #8 on: 01/22/18 09:58AM »
Rode the bike this weekend at Chuckwalla in A, absolutely rips and does not burn a drop of oil like many 08/09 models do!

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Re: FS 2008 CBR1000RR Track Beast
« Reply #9 on: 01/28/18 07:58PM »
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Re: FS 2008 CBR1000RR Track Beast
« Reply #10 on: 02/06/18 06:06PM »
Can I get the license plate number and the date codes on the tires?  It's a real deal-breaker for me for track bikes.
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Re: FS 2008 CBR1000RR Track Beast
« Reply #11 on: 02/07/18 01:21PM »
Can I get the license plate number and the date codes on the tires?  It's a real deal-breaker for me for track bikes.

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