* **SOLD ***2007 Honda 919 - Central Wisconsin - Wrist Twisters
 
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post #1 of 13 Old 07-05-2017, 08:38 AM Thread Starter
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* **SOLD ***2007 Honda 919 - Central Wisconsin

$4000

In Stevens Point, Wisconsin

Great bike. Excellent Condition
16.9k mi.

Renthal Ultra Low handlebars currently mounted, stock bars included
Michelin Road Pilot 4's. Lots of life
Removable MRA windscreen
Small luggage rack in addition to grab handle
Center stand
Owners manual

Serious inquiries only, test rides only with cash in my hand BYOH
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post #2 of 13 Old 07-10-2017, 08:13 AM Thread Starter
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post #3 of 13 Old 07-17-2017, 08:30 AM Thread Starter
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Looks like a beautiful well kept bike. I am thinking about purchasing a 2003 model with only 6200 miles on it. It's not as nice as yours and doesn't have the windscreen but it's only $2000 bucks
which is more in my price range. Question to you as an owner of one of these bikes. Is there anything to look out for? The bike I am looking at has new tires but everything else is stock. It runs Great except when you first start it up the idle moves between 900 and 1100 rpms. Maybe it needs new spark plugs? I wish it were a 2004+ model since they had the adjustable suspension but for the price it's not a deal breaker. Good Luck with your Sale. I am going to look and ride the bike again tomorrow and if I don't take it I will let you know. Not sure how much lower you would be willing to go for your Beauty but I probably can't afford it. Thanks for any input.

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post #5 of 13 Old 07-23-2017, 06:32 AM
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Man, l wish l needed another nice old bike, I'd be all over that! That's beautiful!

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wakey wakey.
I am still looking at that beauty. I decided against the 2003 model and am now considering your bike or a used 2015 FZ-07. Both are very appealing to me and the price is about the same. I will keep you posted. ;-)

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I am still looking at that beauty. I decided against the 2003 model and am now considering your bike or a used 2015 FZ-07. Both are very appealing to me and the price is about the same. I will keep you posted. ;-)
Have you ridden both bikes? They'll feel comparable for about the first 15% of throttle turn and then the FZ-07 turns gutless.. My brother has one, and while its a fine bike, it doesn't hold a candle to the 919, at least for me.

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Have you ridden both bikes? They'll feel comparable for about the first 15% of throttle turn and then the FZ-07 turns gutless.. My brother has one, and while its a fine bike, it doesn't hold a candle to the 919, at least for me.
No, I only have ridden the 919 for a short time at the local dealership. It felt very nice and perfect for my height and weight. I never been on the FZ-07 or 09 but I know I don't want the 09. I really wouldn't mind having the XSR but it's way out of my price range. I may go to a local dealer and see if they let me test drive a FZ-07. Thanks for the advice!

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nothing wrong with the 2002/2003. The "upgraded" suspensions is still worthless and your better off putting that extra cash into actual suspension upgrades.

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Time for some fall rides

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Have you ridden both bikes? They'll feel comparable for about the first 15% of throttle turn and then the FZ-07 turns gutless.. My brother has one, and while its a fine bike, it doesn't hold a candle to the 919, at least for me.
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