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    Been looking around and came across this, was curious on others opinion on it

    https://www.kijiji.ca/v-view-details...dId=1545269036
    Big 5000+lbs brick, a couple of 67mm turbos and a heavy foot......... now a best of 9.19 @ 152mph

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    I was really hoping it was going to be a Bitcoin mining rig for some reason
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    Quote Originally Posted by LAFNGAS View Post
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    Been looking around and came across this, was curious on others opinion on it

    https://www.kijiji.ca/v-view-details...dId=1545269036
    Opinions about what specifically? Are you looking for a litre bike for some reason?

    One thing that stands out is the clutch pack replacement at 20k - highly unusual - possibly from running the wrong type synth oil or other abuse.

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    my opinion is your thread title is not detailed enough

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    Quite high mileage for a crotch rocket.
    Wheel stand a more likely indication it's been tracked/raced (which I feel is good, not bad). People who brag "always babied" are silly.

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    My opinion is you could buy a Honda rukus instead.
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    I'd be lying if I said I didn't disagree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revelations View Post
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    Opinions about what specifically? Are you looking for a litre bike for some reason?

    One thing that stands out is the clutch pack replacement at 20k - highly unusual - possibly from running the wrong type synth oil or other abuse.
    looking for a liter bike yes, just seeing what others thoughts are on it or anything to look for. Wasn't sure about the mileage, its an 11 yr old bike so thought 2000kms/yr wouldn't be an issue


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    Quite high mileage for a crotch rocket.
    Wheel stand a more likely indication it's been tracked/raced (which I feel is good, not bad). People who brag "always babied" are silly.
    most of the time people have the wheel stands to help with maintenance but i hear where you're coming from
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    What are your other bikes that you've ridden? I too would suspect that maybe she's seen either tracked or ridden pretty hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueToy View Post
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    What are your other bikes that you've ridden? I too would suspect that maybe she's seen either tracked or ridden pretty hard.
    ive rode misc other 1l bikes like 05 gsxr 1000, 07r1, and 08 gsxr 750.

    mileage im not sure as it averages out to 2000/year which isnt much at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by LAFNGAS View Post
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    mileage im not sure as it averages out to 2000/year which isnt much at all
    I have less than half that mileage on a bike the same age, so... I don't think it's really low mileage. Silly toys like this are rarely used.

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    30,000kms on a 10-11 y/o bike is not high. While this is no viffer, if its your average street/highway use bike, its not a big deal. I did 2-3k a year on my bikes on average. Obviously if its smoking on decel or idle, its been treated wrong.

    Ask for a cold bike if viewing.

    They also did not mention chain and cog replacement, which is definitely due at that point, and many also adjust the ratios for their own use (eg. more accel or lower highway rpms)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenIsMightier View Post
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    I have less than half that mileage on a bike the same age, so... I don't think it's really low mileage. Silly toys like this are rarely used.
    I did 12,000km on my S2R1000 in two summers... This is not such a crazy amount of mileage even for a casual summer user I think, so long as he road regular.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tirebob View Post
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    I did 12,000km on my S2R1000 in two summers... This is not such a crazy amount of mileage even for a casual summer user I think, so long as he road regular.
    Yes, but a Monster doesn't have the riding position of a dog humping a football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenIsMightier View Post
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    Yes, but a Monster doesn't have the riding position of a dog humping a football.
    Haha! For this old ass it kinda did, but no, you are right it is not quite the same thing. Next bike for me will be a Multistrada I think.
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    25k kms is a major service interval for the bikes including checking / adjusting valves if needed. Would definitely ask if its been done and any paperwork necessary. Also why was the clutch replaced at 20k? That's fairly low unless its been beat pretty hard.
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    Hard to say without viewing the bike, but no red flags for me. Wheel stand doesn't mean anything IMO; I've known a few guys that basically just rode their liter bikes up and down 17th, but they had center stands, adjustable levers, etc.

    As long as it's been maintained (some type of proof of oil changes, check how worn the chain is, etc), probably nothing to worry about. Riding a bike hard isn't the concern, its more about how it's been kept.

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    Sounds like you have enough experience on bikes to be able to tell if its a good buy. Just my opinion, but, as mentioned by Rev., go check it out cold. Fire it up and if it doesn't puke blue and settles into a nice hum, I'd take a chance if all the paperwork checks out. Its a drag there is no chance to test ride right now.

    If I was buying a bike for a short term, a bike ridden hard or tracked a lot wouldn't be a huge concern, but if I was planning to keep the thing around for more then a couple of seasons and going to rack up the mileage, then yeah, I'd pass on a big beaten-hard bike. Also, I'm not a baller that can toss money away easily when buying almost anything. When I check something out, I've already made a list of questions to ask the owner and I scrutinize not just the bike ( or car/truck/whatever ) but the seller too. Do they seem honest? Fidgety or nervous? I look for anything that might cause me to doubt the purchase. Too many red flags, I walk.
    That said, from the photo in the ad, looks like a nice ride. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenIsMightier View Post
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    Yes, but a Monster doesn't have the riding position of a dog humping a football.
    I put 25k on my CBR600rr over 5 years. I also had a rear stand and never even went near a track. It was just nice to have for chain lubing/storage.
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    That's why I just say I have a 4" dick and lift weights to make up for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LilDrunkenSmurf View Post
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    I put 25k on my CBR600rr over 5 years. I also had a rear stand and never even went near a track. It was just nice to have for chain lubing/storage.
    Yep. I didn't say "guaranteed track bike" just that it's a potential indicator. And I know lots of people who mile up their bikes. It's just that I know lots more who don't.

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    Fire it up and check for heavy oil burn. That gen was hit and miss for that, but mostly the 08's and 09's.

    Everything else looks fine to me. Nice bike.
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