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    $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    And only $350 to convert it from 600cc to 750cc?!?

    (among other things!!!)

    http://denver.craigslist.org/mcy/3745545237.html

    1998 Smokin Joe Edition Honda Cbr 600 F3I (Monument, CO)

    This bike is going to be really hard for me to let go of...... Its an amazing bike!! Runs strong!
    1998 Smokin Joe Edition Honda Cbr 600 F3I
    This bike is a VERY rare edition which I am sure you know
    It was laid down at a VERY low speed. It was dropped on its left side. The right side as well as the exhaust is still intact. The front end is pretty messed up and the headlight is not intact.
    Here's are somethings I have done to the bike and why I am asking the price I am:
    1. It was originally a 600 and I had it professionally converted to a 750--Its a fast bike--Cost me $350
    2. I also put a new chain and sprockets on it which also make it fast cause of the sprocket size --Cost me $250
    3. Two BRAND NEW Not even 10 miles on them --Professional cop tires that--cost me $750 to get
    4. I tore the heart of the exhaust system (which makes it louder) and put a yoshi Pipe on it...Cost me $$800
    5. NEW BRAKES less that 10 miles on them --$150
    6. I bought the bike last year with 25,000 miles on it for $5000 and now it has 30,000 miles on it
    7. Got the carburetors cleaned also-its NOT fuel injected- but its been cleaned so it runs and sounds amazing!
    8.This bike is a limited edition PROFESSIONALLY Signed Edition Smoking Joe
    9. I took very good care of this bike...Garage kept VERY Clean ALOT OF Plus's
    10. I have a set of BRAND NEW HID headlights and Bike Stands That I can throw in if the price is right
    11. I had it looked over by a motorcycle mechanic and he said its gonna be about $700 to get this thing fixed up and back on the streets
    It also comes with a brand new set of HID headlights.
    Please TEXT 7193320505 and make me offers--I am willing to sell the bike for lower price if I take off somethings. Thanks for looking

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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    Wow... $350 to convert to a 750, but $750 to get some Pilot Power 2CTs installed...
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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    I'm sure that dent in the front wheel makes it faster
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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    What issues do you currently have with the bike (the bad)??
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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    Although I dont see it, I'm most impressed with the professional signature. There's not very many professional signers these days.
    I've got more flavor than a packet of macaroni.

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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    So what is the asking price?

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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    A FUCKING F3I!!!! I have never seen the 3I in person but damnnnnnn!

    Too bad I dont ride anything with a banana seat...
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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    Quote Originally Posted by NZ Darren View Post
    What issues do you currently have with the bike (the bad)??

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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    Um, ah, what?

    Its not how fast you go, its how little you slow down.

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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    It should say "It was laid down at a VERY low speed into the Royal Gorge".

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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    Quote Originally Posted by Wrider View Post
    Wow... $350 to convert to a 750, but $750 to get some Pilot Power 2CTs installed...
    Exactly what I thought...oh yes $350 to get a engine bored out to a 750....he must have meant he paid $350 for some 750 stickers!
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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    Quote Originally Posted by Ezzzzy1 View Post
    A FUCKING F3I!!!! I have never seen the 3I in person but damnnnnnn!

    Too bad I dont ride anything with a banana seat...
    A carbureted F3I no less!
    I've got more flavor than a packet of macaroni.

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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    Quote Originally Posted by Jmetz View Post
    A carbureted F3I no less!
    That year the "I" stood for INSANE! This bike was INSANE!
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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    Its in Monument if anyone wants me to go take a look at it for them
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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    That's the worst slow-speed tip over I've ever seen!

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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    Quote Originally Posted by Ezzzzy1 View Post
    Its in Monument if anyone wants me to go take a look at it for them
    Someone should go "look" at it and record it.
    I've got more flavor than a packet of macaroni.

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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick_Ninja View Post
    I'm sure that dent in the front wheel makes it faster



    That's what those cop tires are for.

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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    Quote Originally Posted by Jmetz View Post
    Someone should go "look" at it and record it.
    Do it!

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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    If I had an inconspicuous camera I would. I could get audio though...
    I've got more flavor than a packet of macaroni.

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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    A sharp eyed reader on another forum pointed out that THIS is a genuine Smokin' Joes F3 -> note different graphics on fairings and swingarm.
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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    this is a good comment! I was going to say the same of sorts "laid at very low speed my ass!" That bikes all fucked up. Looks like it would have been a sweet bike when clean/new but after that crash damage its pretty messed up
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    Re: $750 "Professional cop tires"... on a CBR600 F3i

    When I first saw the "cop tires" line I immediately thought of this.....

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