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2015 Honda CBR1000rr non-ABS US model OEM parts, 1100 miles on bike when parts were removed


-Front and rear brake lines with banjo bolts $25 shipped

-Brake master cylinder (has cheap aftermarket red lever) with resovoir and bracket (fully assembled as stock) $60 shipped

-Rear brake light $30 shipped

-Rear bumper with turn signals, license plate holder and light (full assembly minus the license plate light connector, used for my aftermarket light wiring but wires are still there) $50 shipped

Undertail fairing $30 shipped

-Exhaust flapper servo motor with cable $30 shipped

-Intake flapper system (vacuum canister, hoses, etc.) $25 shipped

-Pair valve system (all hoses, plates, actuator, wires, etc.) $30 shipped

-Throttle assembly with cable, has stock grip installed $50 shipped

-Front and rear tire (stock size) Dunlop Sportmax Qualifier II 1,100 miles on them $100 shipped

-Rear fender $30 shipped

-Clip-ons (minus inner bar weights) $50 shipped

-Lower fairing (belly pan) metallic silver with white Honda decals. Its currently carbon fiber vinyl wrapped but can be taken off easily $75 shipped

Side fairing mid engine covers (both sides) $30 shipped

Clear double bubble Windscreen $40 shipped

Tank side covers (with stomp grip tank grips installed) $40 shipped

Dash panel covers (inner air tube covers) minus rubber end seals $40 shipped

ALL parts are stock OEM parts, prices listed are just my guess feel free to make an offer

I can post pictures of any of the parts, just let me know what you wanna see.
 

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I have a box of OEM parts removed from my 2015 Honda CBR1000rr non-abs US model with 1100 miles.

I realize these are the parts most throw out so I'm not asking a lot, pay for shipping (or come pick them up if you are in the Metro Detroit area) and throw me a few dollars for the shipping hassle and they are yours. Hopefully it helps someone out.

Front and rear brake lines with banjo bolts
Brake master cylinder (has cheap aftermarket red lever)
Rear brake light
Rear bumper with turn signals, license plate holder and light (full assembly)
Exhaust flapper servo motor with cable
Intake flapper system (vacuum canister, hoses, etc.)
Pair valve system (all hoses, plates, actuator, wires, etc.)
Throttle assembly with cable
Front and rear tire, 1,100 miles on them (forgot the brand but they are what comes on the bike)
Rear fender

ALL parts are stock OEM parts
By any chance do you have the standard windshield for sale?
 

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I have a box of OEM parts removed from my 2015 Honda CBR1000rr non-abs US model with 1100 miles.

I realize these are the parts most throw out so I'm not asking a lot, pay for shipping (or come pick them up if you are in the Metro Detroit area) and throw me a few dollars for the shipping hassle and they are yours. Hopefully it helps someone out.

Front and rear brake lines with banjo bolts
Brake master cylinder (has cheap aftermarket red lever)
Rear brake light
Rear bumper with turn signals, license plate holder and light (full assembly)
Exhaust flapper servo motor with cable
Intake flapper system (vacuum canister, hoses, etc.)
Pair valve system (all hoses, plates, actuator, wires, etc.)
Throttle assembly with cable
Front and rear tire, 1,100 miles on them (forgot the brand but they are what comes on the bike)
Rear fender

ALL parts are stock OEM parts
By any chance do you have the standard windshield for sale?
I do.......sorta! I haven't decided which aftermarket one I'm going with but when I do I'll have the stock windshield for you. I should be deciding in the next few days and I'll let you know if you're still interested.

I wanted to go with a carbon fiber windscreen but I'm installing an Adaptiv radar detector and don't think I can get it to work.
 

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By any chance do you have the standard windshield for sale?[/QUOTE]

I wouldn't wait for me if you find another windscreen. Sorry brother, not sure if I'm gonna go with an aftermarket now or not. I need to contact the radar detector manufacturer and see how much a tinted or dark screen effects the range and accuracy.
If they say no effect (which the tech data claims) then off with the stock clear one and I'll let you know first before I even post it here. Hope to hear in a few days, just didn't wanna have you waiting on me
 

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By any chance do you have the standard windshield for sale?
I wouldn't wait for me if you find another windscreen. Sorry brother, not sure if I'm gonna go with an aftermarket now or not. I need to contact the radar detector manufacturer and see how much a tinted or dark screen effects the range and accuracy.
If they say no effect (which the tech data claims) then off with the stock clear one and I'll let you know first before I even post it here. Hope to hear in a few days, just didn't wanna have you waiting on me[/QUOTE]

I'm in no hurry so if you decide to sell it i would be happy to take it off your hands.
 

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Here are the photos of the stock throttle and cables as well as the aftermarket slip-on as requested.
The camera on this tablet sucks so if anyone wants better pictures of anything PM me with your cell # and I will text them to you.

All parts are basically new

Thanks

Slip-on sold!!!
 

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I'm in no hurry so if you decide to sell it i would be happy to take it off your hands.[/QUOTE]

I will be purchasing an aftermarket windscreen in the next week or so, I'll let you know when I order it and we can work it out. I'm currently setting up Apex riser bars so I need the windscreen to check figment or I'd just send it to you now.
Sorry for the delay.
 

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Pretty sure that is the muffler that came on my bike. Holy hell it is loud. Mine is a little scuffed up from a lowside and would gladly pay the shipping to have it sent my way, beyond that idk. What do you want? I don't exactly need a new one, if anything I should get a quieter one before I go deaf.
 

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Pretty sure that is the muffler that came on my bike. Holy hell it is loud. Mine is a little scuffed up from a lowside and would gladly pay the shipping to have it sent my way, beyond that idk. What do you want? I don't exactly need a new one, if anything I should get a quieter one before I go deaf.
Yeah its LOUD! That's why its in a box in the garage and not on the bike.
I was thinking $50 shipped
 

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I’ll take it... I need it for a project<img src="http://www.1000rr.net/vb/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
All boxed up, sending it out UPS today. I'll PM you with the tracking number.
Might wanna get some ear plugs!
 

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Nice, thanks... about earplugs, I always ride with them on and I think everyone should too ?
Ive never worn ear plugs, it bothers me to not be able to hear most of whats going on around me but for the longevity of my hearing its a good idea. Maybe I'll give them a shot this year. Are there different types/grades of plugs or you just using the cheap foam push-in type?
 

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Nice, thanks... about earplugs, I always ride with them on and I think everyone should too ?
Ive never worn ear plugs, it bothers me to not be able to hear most of whats going on around me but for the longevity of my hearing its a good idea. Maybe I'll give them a shot this year. Are there different types/grades of plugs or you just using the cheap foam push-in type?
If I were you I’d do it ASAP cuz hearing loss/damage is irreversible. Even on my stock r1 I use earplugs. I guess once you pass those 3 months period it becomes an habit.

I tried the foam but I don’t like’em. The “correct” way to use it is to twist it and then you put it in your ears and it’ll expend in your ear. You twist’em so much it’ll start to deteriorate and dirty. I like the soft rubber type... easy to clean and it come with a string and a box so you won’t loose’em (I still loose’em though lol)
 
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