Thank you. Unfortunately even at that price I am getting people low balling me.
You need to rethink this. $2K is a steal. Sell off the bits, get replacements as needed. Example, sell the luggage, tuner, amp, shield, etc... If someone wants something and it's required, make them give you their replacement.
Just as an example, every add on that isn't needed to run. Luggage, wind shield, led side lights, engine savers...
Anything that requires replacement, require their exchange in working order... gauges, shock, forks, headlight.
If you net $800 from all the parts, then sell for $1,800 and your ahead of the game.
Here's the reality of selling a bike (or car) basically every non-stock add on is a full waste of money. You actually get more money for a bone stock bike in most cases, but in all cases, you get MUCH less that what was paid. You can offer these things at 1/2 off and come out ahead.
There's a lot of people here that will take those part right quick. Think about this, if those parts weren't there, how much less would you be able to ask for? It's not that much work to bring it back to stock, and you can stop at any point, meaning you can sell 1/2 the stuff, then stop and still be ahead of the game.