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94 cbr600f2 for $2500 good deal?

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Old 06-22-2018, 12:15 AM
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Hey guys new member here, im planning on buying this bike for $2500 and was wondering if you guys think it is a good deal. I went and saw it in person, it is really clean, and runs solid. heres the description of seller.

49 state model. Fourth owner. Purchased bike in 2012. Meticulously maintained and in perfect shape. Current mileage 34,945. Engine refreshed in 2013 at 33K miles. Replaced rod and crank bearings with all seals and gaskets. Carbs sync'd and tuned. All work done by professional mechanic.

I've installed a replacement EBC SBK clutch kit. Replaced the stator and the rectifier. Driven front and rear sprockets (stock teeth) with RK gold chain 520 kit. Michelin Power Pilot 3's, date code 2013. DynoJet Stage 1 kit, K&N filter. Shortened D&D can. Rebuilt petcock and replaced tank filter. Replaced all old fuel lines and old rubber carb insulators. Integrated LED rear tail light/blinkers with resistors. One piece solo rear cowl with stock seat.
 
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Old 06-22-2018, 12:41 AM
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Seems a little costly for the mileage and year ,even though he's had a few things done
 
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Old 07-22-2018, 11:57 PM
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clean bike none the less, did you pull the trigger?
 
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