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post #1 of 23 Old 10-21-2009, 01:30 PM Thread Starter
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Honda 919 stock parts...free if in St. Louis and can pick up

I have a set of OEM mirrors, front turn signals, handlebars, and stock exhaust that have had the bafflectomy procedure.

Holla if interested. All parts are free to the first person that calls dibs and can pick up locally.

I totaled the bike a few weeks ago and I want to get rid of the extra parts. It pains me to be reminded of my baby when I go in the garage.

sigh.

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You aint got ya 9er no more man ????? ... :\

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Nope...it sucks. I just realized from your sig, that I had a very similar bike to yours. Silver 04', Yoshi exhaust, Oberon bar end mirrors, Renthals, Clear integrated signal...jeez....i'm gonna cry.

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ahh geez man ... :\ i'm really sry to hear that ... what happened?? ... (no sig, no waterworks ... better ?) ...

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I'm in Maine but would be very interested in your de-baffled exhaust. Would you be willing to drop them at the UPS store? They handle everything... box and shipping. I'll reimburse you via PayPal if you like, or ship you the equivalent in live lobsters

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I'd rather find someone locally at this point. I'm not getting around too well with the bad knee, and local is what I'd like to pursue for now. If I don't get any takers, I'll let you guys know.

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ahh geez man ... :\ i'm really sry to hear that ... what happened?? ... (no sig, no waterworks ... better ?) ...
lol. Thanx man.

Long story short, a cager in a Dodge Ram took a 30 mph turn way too fast on a county road, came into my lane, I tried to move smoothly to the edge of the road, hit gravel, the back tire went squirrely and the next thing I knew I was sliding for 20 ft. on my left side. Full face helmet, and my RevIt jacket protected all of my upper body, but my knee was/is hurt pretty bad. I stood up, looked down, and noticed that I could see my bone. A call to 911 quickly followed.

could have been worse, or way better had I worn riding pants with knee protection.

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Understood. Hope you mend up quickly.

Did the driver stop? I sure hope he's taking care of you and your bike financally... he's responsible.

I too ride with great upper body protection, but lower body.... not so much. Should do something about that.

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Sorry to hear about your crash man-

I'm not local but intrested in the baffled cans, and will pay shipping if you want to

thanks-

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www.gatewayrockers.com would be a great place to post this exceptionally kind offer!

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Gateway rockers eh? I might post there too.

The asshole in the Ram did not stop and was prolly going too fast to even see it happen. I'm pissed at him and the fact that Progressive is considering this my fault. I wish I had a witness.

Oh well.

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i'm from near st.louis warren county will be home in about a week or 2 would gladly come take the stuff off your hands. if you have oter parts left i would be intrested to even if destroyed.

Common sense. So rare it's a god damn super power.
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lol. Thanx man.

Long story short, a cager in a Dodge Ram took a 30 mph turn way too fast on a county road, came into my lane, I tried to move smoothly to the edge of the road, hit gravel, the back tire went squirrely and the next thing I knew I was sliding for 20 ft. on my left side. Full face helmet, and my RevIt jacket protected all of my upper body, but my knee was/is hurt pretty bad. I stood up, looked down, and noticed that I could see my bone. A call to 911 quickly followed.

could have been worse, or way better had I worn riding pants with knee protection.
well i'd like to have been able to blame my first "lovingly place the bike on the ground" incident on another driver ... but i can't ... ... and it was really bad ...

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Understood. Hope you mend up quickly.

Did the driver stop? I sure hope he's taking care of you and your bike financally... he's responsible.

I too ride with great upper body protection, but lower body.... not so much. Should do something about that.
+1 on needing some better lower body ground repellent ... would really help if one of the mothering cotton ball heads around here decide to not check before changin lanes again like yesterday (close call yesterday ... even had to pull over and get off for a minute) ....

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well i'd like to have been able to blame my first "lovingly place the bike on the ground" incident on another driver ... but i can't ... ... and it was really bad ...



+1 on needing some better lower body ground repellent ... would really help if one of the mothering cotton ball heads around here decide to not check before changin lanes again like yesterday (close call yesterday ... even had to pull over and get off for a minute) ....
buy some of those safety pants aquila has for sale... i ain't buying them for you... but they will save your ass.... literally... and alexandria is fulla dumasses who can't drive to save their lives....



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glad to see you still remember good ol' alec and its insansely and utterly retarded drivers ...

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Gateway rockers eh? I might post there too.

The ###hole in the Ram did not stop and was prolly going too fast to even see it happen. I'm pissed at him and the fact that Progressive is considering this my fault. I wish I had a witness.

Oh well.
Yeah, good guys.

Progressive, I dropped than and will never, ever do business with then again. They suck, they truly do IMO.

Now, any accident even half way major, gotta take the time to dot the I's and the cross the T's - even then, the insurance companies job seems to be to NOT pay a claim in many cases.

I think there is employee bonus money tied to it somehow -

Ohmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

I'll be over in St. Louis sometime next year, or maybe you can ride over to Columbia for a ride around that next of the State.

I'm in St. Joe, north of KC, ever up here, drop me a line.

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Hey man I could really use some of those oem or aftermarket parts could pick up asap. I layed mine down and am trying to trade it off and am in need of...Cowl, Handlebars and barends, passenger rearset left, and stator cover, etc.

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TechMassey, it's first come first serve. Let me know when you want to pick them up.

They're free so who ever gets here first is the new owner. PM me if you are interested, and we can arrange a time to meet.

UJM, I wish I could go with someone other than Progressive, but they are like 50% cheaper on insurance for some reason. I have no idea why. Geico was like $1700, Allstate close to a thousand, State Farm somewhere close to $900, and Progressive was only $440 or so. They treated me right in regards to the total loss check I received...but I would rather keep it all with State Farm. I use them for all my vehicles and love them.

Anyway...If I get another bike in the spring I might look you up. I'm always down for a ride, especially out in your kneck of the woods.

Barton, I'm definitely buying some gear when I ride again. No more group rides without lower protection. My knee is as stiff as a morning woody.

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TechMassey, it's first come first serve. Let me know when you want to pick them up.

They're free so who ever gets here first is the new owner. PM me if you are interested, and we can arrange a time to meet.

UJM, I wish I could go with someone other than Progressive, but they are like 50% cheaper on insurance for some reason. I have no idea why. Geico was like $1700, Allstate close to a thousand, State Farm somewhere close to $900, and Progressive was only $440 or so. They treated me right in regards to the total loss check I received...but I would rather keep it all with State Farm. I use them for all my vehicles and love them.

Anyway...If I get another bike in the spring I might look you up. I'm always down for a ride, especially out in your kneck of the woods.

Barton, I'm definitely buying some gear when I ride again. No more group rides without lower protection. My knee is as stiff as a morning woody.
Give your State Farm agent a copy of their quote, see if he can match it.

I'm glad you had good luck with Progressive, and if they are the cheapest and delivered when you needed them too, I am glad to hear it.

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Give your State Farm agent a copy of their quote, see if he can match it.

I'm glad you had good luck with Progressive, and if they are the cheapest and delivered when you needed them too, I am glad to hear it.
I actually did send my quote from Progressive to State Farm initially, and they came back with double the amount. It's worth another shot next time around though. Spring fever is sure to hit, hell I already want another bike now but I know the knee is not ready.

I just want to buy now, since I know spring will = inflated prices. I'm seriously considering a Triumph Street Triple this time around. Let the bashing begin.

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I'm seriously considering a Triumph Street Triple this time around. Let the bashing begin.
i don't see much bashing coming from wanting a s3.... hell... i think 90% of us want one... me included...



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I do wonder about maintenance and overall reliability. I think the S3 is sweet looking overall, but I will say Honda has me spoiled on dependability.

FYI guys, a fellow by the name of Nick is planning on snatching up the parts tonight. I'll post here if there's anything left over.

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ALL PARTS ARE GONE. THANKS!

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