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post #1 of 31 Old 10-18-2010, 10:26 PM Thread Starter
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Many 919 Stock + Aftermarket Parts for Sale

It's time to start clearing out all of the stock and aftermarket 919 parts I have leftover after losing my bike last month from the crash. You get everything included in the pictures. Unless stated otherwise below, all parts are in good condition. All prices include shipping. Feel free to PM if you want more pictures or have questions.

Stock Parts:

OEM Headlight - $60 - SOLD
OEM Handlebar + Bar ends - $35 - SOLD
OEM Clutch and Brake Levers - $20
OEM Mirrors - $30 - SOLD

Aftermarket Parts:

National Cycle F16 Sport Shield + Mounting Plates - $50 - SOLD
Givi A240 Windscreen + Mounting Hardware - $80 - SOLD
Clear Alternatives LED Light (Brake Only) - $30 - SOLD
Motovation Slider Spool - $20 - SOLD
Yoshimura TRS Exhausts (Some rash on red Yoshimura tag and end cap, but all carbon parts, midpipes, and hangers undamaged - can be shortened) - $250 - SOLD

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post #2 of 31 Old 10-18-2010, 10:31 PM
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WOW. Awesome aftermarket parts. Are those cans scratched?

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The red Yoshimura tag is scratched as well as the metal bracket securing the end cap on the left exhaust. There is no damage to the carbon fiber shell itself. All metal parts including the tag and end cap are attached using rivets. If you take the rivets out, the metal parts can be mended / replaced.

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the taillight, does that just plug right in?
im kinda confused on the clear alternatives lights, i want to eventually get the integrated turn signals, do you know if they come with the LED lights? or would you have to buy them seperate? If you have to buy them seperate i got dibs on the one your selling :001_smile:

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Wow, I wish I would have waited on buying a headlight. I just bought a new case (the black back part) online for $50 plus shipping. The damn thing hasn't even come yet and this pops up! BAHHH!!! Good luck with your sale, sir.

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the taillight, does that just plug right in?
im kinda confused on the clear alternatives lights, i want to eventually get the integrated turn signals, do you know if they come with the LED lights? or would you have to buy them seperate? If you have to buy them seperate i got dibs on the one your selling :001_smile:
The taillight plugs right into the existing housing using the existing screws to secure the taillight lense. All you need to do is remove the two existing light bulbs and plug the LED panel in.

This is NOT the integrated brake + turn signal setup. I personally do not like that setup as it decreases rear visibility. I have an integrated setup in my used CBR right now and friends riding behind me have commented that the light is practically invisible.

This is just an LED brake light. It's visibly brighter than the stock bulbs in daylight and hitting the brakes creates an instantaneous on/off flash which works well in conjunction with a brake modulator.

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yeah but do you know if you buy the taillight integrator kit does it come with LED bulbs? I dont want to buy this and then buy the kit if it comes with LED bulbs also.

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I don't think this taillight LED board is what you're looking for then. The taillight integrator kit is a separate LED board.

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oh balls. thanks though

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SOLD: Yoshi exhausts
SOLD: Stock mirrors

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F#CK I would of loved to of had that yosh cans and would of paid more...oh well

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SOLD: National Cycle F16 Sport Shield + Mounting Plates
SOLD: Givi A240 Windscreen + Mounting Hardware
SOLD: Clear Alternatives LED Light (Brake Only)

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SOLD: OEM Headlight

I need these parts gone. Still up for sale (prices dropped and include shipping):

OEM Handlebar + Bar ends - $35
OEM Clutch and Brake Levers - $20
Motovation Slider Spool - $20

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Ebay it

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SOLD: OEM Handlebar + Bar Ends

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Is the slider spool the long(left I think) or short one?

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Right side (short one)

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Was hoping it would be the left one, I'm thinkng about adding a set over the winter, in addition to the Givi bars, to use as highway pegs for those longer rides.

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The givi bars you have mount on both the engine and frame holes towards the front so you may have some issues mounting the frame sliders.

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I thought about that, if I need to I'll have a friend turn them down on his lathe.

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Sckill, I must have missed you crashing the 919. i don't get to check in as often as I like sometimes. is it safe to assume you're not too beat up?

Are you on the 600RR now? Great bikes.

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Sckill, I must have missed you crashing the 919. i don't get to check in as often as I like sometimes. is it safe to assume you're not too beat up?

Are you on the 600RR now? Great bikes.
I had full gear on at the time which really saved me.

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I'm in the middle of a love/hate relationship with the CBR. Awesome bike, but I really need to be at the track in order to fully appreciate it. Definitely missing the low - mid range from the 919.

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SOLD: Motovation slider spool.

All parts sold except for OEM brake and clutch levers.

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Motovation slider spool received today.
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how much for clutch lever? good condition?

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SOLD: OEM Brake and Clutch lever.

All parts have been sold, enjoy!

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