Back to stock?
So I am thinking about selling the 919 to help fund a CB1000R. The 919 was my first sport/naked bike and was purchased to see if I liked this type of bike. I had previously rode a Vulcan 800 Classic and dirt bikes as a kid.
I have decided that I love the naked bikes much more than cruisers, and will continue on this path. There is nothing wrong with the 919, I am only looking at the CB1000R because it is new and sparkly. I know that's a pretty lame reason, but it is what it is and I am OK with it. I am not limiting the search to the CB, but that is the front runner right now.
My real question is, do I sell the 919 as it is, or should I take it back to stock and sell the aftermarket stuff separately? Will it make much of a difference in the final tally? The parts I would be thinking about taking off are:
Remus titanium slip-on exhaust
Sato rearsets with passenger pegs
I have all the stock take-offs, so that isn't a problem. I also have a extra set of stock wheels that had intended on powder coating and swapping out, but never got around to doing it.
What is the consensus here?