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post #31 of 46 Old 01-07-2013, 07:25 AM
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I feel your pain, years ago my co-worker knocked my F3 over in the parking lot. After spending $800 to fix it (to get the bike riding striaght) it still wasn't straight. So before making the insurance claim, make sure you check the tripple tree & forks if they are straight, cause a slight bent in either one of these will phuck up everything while riding.
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post #32 of 46 Old 01-07-2013, 09:46 AM
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Fortunately it wasn't a hit and run and the person involved is owning up to it.

Things could be worse dude!


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Yeah it is being written off so i will be buying something new very soon it is just what do i buy..


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post #34 of 46 Old 01-07-2013, 03:15 PM
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His chain is hardly an issue.

Anyways, I'd stay away from the 08's, personal opinion.

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His chain is hardly an issue.

Anyways, I'd stay away from the 08's, personal opinion.

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post #36 of 46 Old 01-07-2013, 03:52 PM
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I now have to make up my mind on what i do..

Do i buy the bike back and turn it into a full blown track bike and buy a cheap runaround bike???

Buy it back get he payout and fix it the way i want it??

Get the pay out buy another bike???

Buy the bike take a long vacation to some foreign country and go pimping the fix it when i get home???

Any suggestions anyone?


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Yeah it is being written off so i will be buying something new very soon it is just what do i buy..


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Well i am expecting around the $8.5 thou mark i have been looking at some nice 08 and 09 models i just love the look of the under tail exhaust tho so if i was to get the 08 and up it needs the taylormade exhaust..


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Well look at that, it's practically a blessing in disguise. Throw a little more cash in and go get yourself something new or newer.
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His chain is hardly an issue.

Anyways, I'd stay away from the 08's, personal opinion.
Why stay away from the 08???


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2013 CBR1000RR..........Yeah baby!!!!
That means i have to wait and i am already getting withdrawals from riding lol...


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Risk of it being a notorious oil burner.

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