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Old 01-22-2018, 06:26 AM
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I have a question I'm needing help with from looking at this bike is it worth $600.00 it's a 02 cbr929rr and how much you think it would cost to fix it thanks
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Way too much going on in that picture to be able to say for sure. You can see some of the "cosmetic" things but you can't tell if the frame is cracked/bent, what the forks look like or the rear section. Does it run? If it does and there isn't anything wrong with the engine, to be safe, that is all that you are really getting for your $$.

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Old 01-22-2018, 06:43 AM
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Here's more photos
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You've got your work cut out for you there matey, you'll have to strip everything off first, see whats good and bad, and hope the engine is OK, Then go from there
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The guy I bought it from says it don't run he don't know what it needs to be fixed I just kinda jumped in the water on it and was wondering if I screwed myself
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His brother wrecked the bike a few months back and can't ride it no more due to his injuries he just wanted it out of his garage he said he layed it down doin 60 and slid off the road into an inbankment was $600 to much
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Just because it doesn't start doesn't mean it won't. In other words, the wreck could have messed up something else that prevents the bike from starting. Like CaBaRet said, you just have to tear it apart and see what you have. If you can get the engine to run, it should be worth the $600.00. Assuming everything else is straight and no cracks, you should have a good candidate for a street fighter build.
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Thanks guys
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Salvage what you can and part it out. You could buy a brand new bike for what it will take to get it back on the road. If you can make the motor run, you might get your money back.
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what that guy said above ^^, if the motor doesnt start, definitly salvage, is the title clean? i think the frame with title will fetch 3-500 on ebay
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