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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-21-2004, 03:36 PM Thread Starter
 
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Exclamation Thinking of buying a 1993 Suzuki GSX-R600

The guy is selling if for $3800, what is a average price for the bike or in other words if the price he is selling at good. lol

INFO: This bike is in EXCELENT condition. Runs PERFECTLY! RARE Factory Painted BLACK with BLUE highlights. VERY well maintained, oil changes, receipts, service records, etc. Good tread on Dunlop D207 GPs. This bike has been pampered and stored in a temperature controlled environment. ALL FACTORY except it's been jetted, has a K&N air filter, and Fender Eliminator Kit. LOW miles (16,500) all long ride highway miles. Has the original factory Pipe, comes with bike cover, very rare factory quick release rear seat cowling custom painted to match ($500 value!), original rear seat, AGV Leather Sportrider Jacket (Black/Blue/White Size 42US/52EU), with matching ARAI Helmet (Size Lg.).

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-21-2004, 03:44 PM
 
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... try nadaguides.com
... or kbb.com
... I find Kelly to be on the high side and keep in mind the jacket and helmet add nothing to the value
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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-21-2004, 04:54 PM
 
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First of all this is not the sort of bike a new rider should be looking at. A peaky engine, close ratio gearbox, older 207 Dunlop tyres, EXTREME lean forward riding position, & one could go on & on. The bike will put most beginners on their ear in no time, not to forget the cost of the plastics & other parts that will be toren or ruined if one is able to have the bike rebuilt. In interest when one drops a bike at around 60mph the parts ALONE are 1/2 the price of a NEW bike.

As for the good deal on the jacket & helmet ------- not a good deal for wearing someone elses helmet is like wearing someone elses dirty underware. One does not know if the helmet is about to be retired or has taken some blows. JackeT? In honesty I do not like wearing the clothing of someone else.

Still no matter what the bike is way beyond the means of a new rider.
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