engine displacement (CC): 600 fuel: gas odometer: 21000 paint color: blue title status: clean transmission: manual
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THE PRICE HAS BEEN DROPPED TEMPORARILY. Tags are due on 4/8/2019. If it's still for sale after that date, the price will go back up. Thank you!
I have finally decided to let my CBR 600rr go. I've owned this motorcycle since 2016. It has been sitting for about 5-6 months, ever since I bought myself a new car. It's time this motorcycle finds a new home.
The fenders are not in great condition. There are scratches throughout and the gas tank COVER is cracked on the right side. It seems to have been low-sided by previous owners which can be seen on the right side of the fenders. It would need a fender change to make this motorcycle look decent.
Throughout the 3-4 years of ownership, I have not had 1 mechanical issue with this motorcycle. Engine sounds strong and pulls hard. Clutch feels solid. Shifts quick and smooth. I have always kept up with the basic maintenance such as cleaning/lubing the chain and oil changes. I would do the oil change every 3-4k miles or 3 months (whichever came first). The oil I have always used was Motul 4T 7100 10w40 (100% synthetic). Prior to me getting a new car, this was my daily driver.
One of the only issues I've had was a bad battery, which left me stranded once. After changing it out, it had no more issues.
The motorcycle just hit 21,000 miles. When I got the motorcycle in 2016, it had about 4,000 miles, if I remember correctly.
Last year I installed a new Two Brothers Racing Exhaust (Black Series), which sounds amazing. The note itself is addicting.
This was my first motorcycle. At first it was a bit scary since it was a 600cc, but I got over the fear and it made a great beginner bike. In my opinion, this makes a good beginner bike, as long as you respect the throttle and ride knowing your limits. Never underestimate the power of a motorcycle, especially with a 600cc + engine.