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oh yea forgot to add, its an 89' zx6r:lol: durr me. yea it is a rat bike, but it sounds great and it fits what I was looking for.electric!sheep wrote: That's a total rat bike man, looks pretty cool though. How much, how many miles, and excuse my ignorance, but what the hell is it?
McKnight wrote:oh yea forgot to add, its an 89' zx6r:lol: durr me. yea it is a rat bike, but it sounds great and it fits what I was looking for.
I want to take some of the black paint off of the fork before anything. What would be the best method for that?
edit: http://img59.echo.cx/img59/9918/bikeheadlights1lm.jpg since the seat and exhaust isnt an eye sore anymore, this is what makes me cringe now.
electric!sheep wrote:$2,000 min for a decent beginner bike, $350-500 for gear, $150 for insurance, a few hundred for parts/tools/tires, and a percentage of whatever you claim the bike's value to be for taxes (I told the DMV my bike is worth 1K ). So, be prepared to spend $3,000, give or take a few hundred bucks.
karax wrote:i got my 96 gs500 for $1600, so id say you can get a good bike for under 2000 if you are patient and good at bargaining.
but 3000 is still a good estimate.
Generally anytime between the fall and when the new models hit the showroom. The dealerships are trying to clear out for the new models and people want to sell their own rides before it'll have to sit around in their garage and depreciate.ut4ever wrote:I have a question about prices...
I'm thinking about buying a bike at or near the end of the year, since I will have some play money to spend. When is the best time to buy a bike? Are there certain times like at the end of summer/begining of winter where the prices tend to be lower?