***SOLD***Honda 919 2006 (cb900f hornet) for sale! Clean Title - $3800 SoCal - Wrist Twisters
 
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post #1 of 11 Old 10-17-2017, 12:37 PM Thread Starter
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***SOLD***Honda 919 2006 (cb900f hornet) for sale! Clean Title - $3800 SoCal

Hey Guys,

I am selling my beautiful 2006 Honda 919. Please refer to the link CL for more info. You can also reach me at 4242216557. Bike is located in Los Angeles near the port.

Hello CL

I am selling my beautiful 2006 Honda 919 (hornet, cb900f). The reason I am selling it is because I need some extra cash. I am the third owner and i picked this bike up from San Diego in September of 2016. I rode it from SD to Los Angeles. It had about 10,000 miles when i bough it. It now has 22,552 miles but it will continue to go up. I use this bike for commuting and exploring different parts of California. I have taken this bike to the Salton Sea, Sand Diego, Ragged Point, LA mountains, Los Padres Mountains, etc... This bike has never left me stranded and is bulletproof. I am asking $3800 for the bike but please feel free to shoot me an offer. The worst i can say is no. Please text me for more pictures. Here is the maintenance and all the mods i have made to the bike.

-Changed oil and filter at 20,622 miles w/ synthetic and oem filter (changed every 3000 miles)
-Changed rear and front tires at 17,794 miles with Sport Touring tires (Bridgestone BT-023)
-Rear brake pads changed about 6000 miles ago.
-Front brake pads still have plenty of meat left (I have a complete set of front brake pads that i'll throw in)
-Flushed coolant at 12,000 miles. Changed air filter at 17,000 miles.
-Added Stainless Steel Braided Lines to front and rear at 16,000 miles
-Shorty brake and clutch lever
-DID zvmx 520 chain and sprocket change at 18,741 miles. (Lube and clean every week)

Please check the pictures and video for cosmetic damage! I have the pink slip in hand and you need a valid M1 License and cash in hand in order to test ride it.


Alan
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post #2 of 11 Old 10-17-2017, 02:40 PM
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nice example, 22k almost brand new :-P GLWS

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GLWS.
Seems a bit high for all the "cosmetic" damages it has but good luck.
I hope you get what you are asking for.

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Nice bike. If it were mine, I'd get a parts brush and some solvent and deep clean the brake area, wheels, etc... I'd then get some steel wool and polish up the exhaust around the front of the engine. Some have made those pipe shine up pretty nice. I'd then get some plastic polish and clean up the signal lenses and lastly polish out the paint.

The mix-matched levers, missing mirrors and off color grips make it look a bit mis-used.

These things would cost some $100 and make the bike looks so much better. You have an un-dented tank, great color and mostly stock bike, it wouldn't take too much to really make her look top notch.

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Nice bike. If it were mine, I'd get a parts brush and some solvent and deep clean the brake area, wheels, etc... I'd then get some steel wool and polish up the exhaust around the front of the engine. Some have made those pipe shine up pretty nice. I'd then get some plastic polish and clean up the signal lenses and lastly polish out the paint.

The mix-matched levers, missing mirrors and off color grips make it look a bit mis-used.

These things would cost some $100 and make the bike looks so much better. You have an un-dented tank, great color and mostly stock bike, it wouldn't take too much to really make her look top notch.
Thanks for the advice. I'll definitely get to touching her up next weekend.

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SOLD!!!

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good job.
How much did you have to accept to sell her?

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I sold it for $3100.

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I sold it for $3100.

that's good.
these 919s will usually sell above the $3K mark for a few hundred pesos...depending on condition and mileage and how much the seller "really" wants to sell it.

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not to thread hijack but would this price be high, low, average? I paid the equilivent of 3500US for mine with 11,800 miles. No damage. Just inquiring as I know nothing of the value of these bikes and if its worth to keep or dump

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not to thread hijack but would this price be high, low, average? I paid the equilivent of 3500US for mine with 11,800 miles. No damage. Just inquiring as I know nothing of the value of these bikes and if its worth to keep or dump
I paid $3K for mine back a few years. It was very, very clean with 25K miles and needed a battery, it's bone stock.

I put it up for sale last year in the winter and got a crap offer from 1 person at about $2K so I just kept it.

IMO, the $3K I paid was a bargain, I see dealers with them asking $4200, and average seem to be right at about $3K.

IMO, I don't see how they can really go down much. Example, I have a CB700S from 1985 and they go for $2500. I just can't see how a working 919 could be < $2200 and a "good clean one" in the $2,800 starting range.

I don't understand how the ZRX and Monster's of the same (or older) time frame are going for 1~2K more. Is the Monster from 2000 really $2K more of a bike than a 2016 919? Really? I don't see it.

The truth is the 919 has EFI, 100+ HP, liquid+oil cooling, can last 100K+ miles, uses popular tire sizes and really doesn't have any major flaws. So how can it be so much cheaper?

IDK, the 919 has always been a mean, sleek looking bike with about all the power you should ask for. Maybe it's just me, but I don't see the why the 919 is cheaper than an older Monster or ZRX.

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