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Was it as good for you?
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Clean Title
3rd Owner
2004 R6
Pearl White
Fuel injected
Power Commander V with Autotune
2005 Larger 50mm throttle bodies
Slide Stops
Velocity Stacks
Blueflame dual outlet high mount exhaust
MotionPro Revolver V2 quick turn throttle
AIS removed/Block off plates
Woodcraft Case Covers
Motovation no cut frame sliders
Frentubo brake lines
3rd Gen R6 Brembo master cylinder
Vortex V2 clip ons
Vortex V2 rearsets
GP style shift (1 up 5 down)
Hyperpro RSC Damper
Oury Grips
Ducati retro fit mirrors with intigrated turn signals
Rizoma rear turn signals
Led taillight with built in turn signals
Blue Halo Angel Eyes
35w 4300K Hid high and low beam
Flush mount front side signals
R1 style marker lights in headlight
Real Carbon Fiber dash trim/triple tree cover/Ram Air duct covers/Fame covers
Custom seat covers
520 Chain and sprocket conversion (stock gearing)
Michilen Piolt Road 2 tires in excellent shape
Ram Mount for cellphone
Cell phone charger wired in
New Battery
Possibly other things I can't remember

Comes with Factory Yamaha Cover
Spare Tank
Spare rear rim
Spare HID bulbs
any other stock parts I have laying around

Bike has never been wrecked but has been knocked over 2 times in the 7 years I've owned it. First time was by my wife backing into the garage and knocked it off the stands. Ended up replacing stock bars with clip ons, stator cover with the woodcraft and got a few scuffs on the plastics. (no real damage, just used her guilt as an excuse to buy shiny things!!!)

Second time was by me moving it in my garage. Kick stand wasn't down all the way and it fell as I turned around, again just a few scuffs and I used this as an excuse to replace the rearsets.

I don't want to sell it but don't have the time to ride that much anymore. The professional setting I now work in and the stuff I have to take with me everyday makes it hard to ride to work. Weekends have been reserved for adult things now. Would love to get anther one here once life settles down, but it's just depressing seeing it sit in the basement with the cover on it.

I had a lot of stuff safety wired at one point to take it to the track but never got around to ever going. A set of track glass and you'd be good to go.

$4,250 OBO


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