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Experience with CBR 929 / 954

If I "had to" (thinking about buying one insteed of my 919) ride something else than my 919 - to one of the above Fireblades, which one will you recommend ?
Insane horsepower is less important to me, I would much rather have the most "driveabel"of these two models.
Are there any weak points on these bikes (engine, frame handling etc..)
In short, I seek input from previous owners and drivers, who will share their experiences with these FireBlades

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I had an 01 929. It was a very nice bike with good manners. I had an Arata Ti system, PC and Ohlins steering stabilizer. I rode it for 22,000 miles before buying my ZX10R in the middle of '04. My bike was the yellow/black US version. Handling was OK to my faster street riding tendencies. I don't think I ever pushed it past an actual speed of 140-145, though it would certainly eclipse that with no problem. It was stable at that speed. It rode well in 100+ sweepers.
With the way my bike was set up, it ran like my ZX10R until it ran out of rpm. Really very nice acceleration and awesome sound.......better than my 10R in some respects. It was comfortable for a sportbike............though the max distance in a day was only 375 miles.
If I had to under today's current budget limit times, I'd have no problems with buying another. I still see my old 929 running around with it's apparent squidly 3rd owner, under a bunch of hokey stickers. I do not know the miles, but, worse for wear it's hanging in there at 10 years old.

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I bought an `01 929 in Dec of `01. I put aprox 37,000 miles on it. I gave it to my Son who is serving his Country in the United States Air Force. He still has it. I'll touch on some of the things I remember most.

IMHO, the best engine I have ever experenced. Plenty of torque, fab top end, smooth, quiet. I realize that the new 1000s will put it to shame, but for mere mortals, the 929, on the street was more than any sane person could ever use. It has way more balls than I do. It got about 40 mpg.

I put HeliBars on mine, which helped. But that fat tank and my now 50 year old hips didn't jive. If that bike wouldn't have been as fat as it was, I'd probably have twice the mileage on it. But that's just me, everybody's different. The seat is nice and low by today's standards. Why are bikes getting so tall?

It would roast my right foot on a hot day. HP = heat.

I had Dan Kyle's shop re-do the forks and bought an Ohlins rear shock. That thing rode superbly! Has a real quality feel to it that made everything elce feel cheap by comparison. I had no trouble with the stock seat. But I've never modded a seat on anything. Knee down, no problemo.

Fit and finish, it still looks nearly new. It does look a bit rounded and old school by today's standards. The fairing is big enough to do some good. My `07 CBR 600RR may as well not have a fairing and windshield for what little it does.

I have an Erion can and PowerCommander on it. Sounds great and runs even better.

The only 2 things that ever went wrong were tha little $8 clutch switch, and the $225 servo motor on the HTEV got a small stone jammed in it and stripped the tiny plastic gears. Oh, it tossed a chain once. Easy to work on.

That bike wasn't in it's element until you were going 80mph. Not really a good thing. But it was/is a great bike. But I'm a lot happier with my Super Duke.

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pure looks goes to the 954 hands down...pretty extreme riding position compared to the 9ner though.

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..... Also had the full Titanium Arata exhaust.....

Extreme riding position, but it has a fairly large cockpit unlike most of todays sporbikes...... a set of Heli-bars on the 954RR makes it a very nice fairly comfortable bike.

The 954RR is an extremely light bike (even by todays standards) and was designed to flick quickly --- it is a VERY quick turning bike. Even though the bike was stable at speed.... it still didn't feel exactly right in the corners until I purchased the Scotts Stabilizer for it. Without the stabilizer I had a couple 'sphinter/slapper moments' while accelerating hard over rises in the road.....granted, common sense was thrown out the window at the time.

The suspension I would describe as being Harsh and set up more for hard riding....mainly in the High-Speed compression department...at speed and on the race track it felt great. An Ohlins rear would do wonders for the bike.

For what you can buy these bikes for now..... they're a heck of a deal, with a near bullet proof Honda Engine.

Could it replace the 9er? I'd rather have both....

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Thinking about the handlebar - and for sure I will go with what we call superbike kit here in Europe, no way I will be riding the thing with the stock handlebar.
Helibar could't be another solution to the "problem" - but honestly, I rather like a "sportbike" like the 929/954 with a normal handlebar.
Well I go check out a lovely looking yellow single seat conversion 929 2001 model with only 12.000 km. this saturday, I really don't know why, but I think it's to put something crazy into my life
Thank's for your all your input's

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Thinking about the handlebar - and for sure I will go with what we call superbike kit here in Europe, no way I will be riding the thing with the stock handlebar.
Helibar could't be another solution to the "problem" - but honestly, I rather like a "sportbike" like the 929/954 with a normal handlebar.
Well I go check out a lovely looking yellow single seat conversion 929 2001 model with only 12.000 km. this saturday, I really don't know why, but I think it's to put something crazy into my life
Thank's for your all your input's
Ohhhhhhh, mine was single seat also.

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929 2001 12000 km. asking price 16.500 Usd.

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929 2001 12000 km. asking price 16.500 Usd.
Was that $16,500 US?????????????????????????

Can't freakin' be! :no

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Nice... I like it.

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929 2001 12000 km. asking price 16.500 Usd.
$16,500 I'll mail you one piece by piece for half that. Are they rare or is your average income much higher? Nice looking machine though.

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The price is right - unfortunately - and it's even a fair price for such an Fireblade in Denmark!
Cars, motorcycles etc... are stupidly expensive in Denmark, and though I got it piece by piece sent by mail from usa, it will still cost 180% tax + 25% VAT to get a license plate on the bike.
Average salery in Denmark...around 60.000 Usd. and income tax with that salery is around 37 - 38 %

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The price is right - unfortunately - and it's even a fair price for such an Fireblade in Denmark!
Cars, motorcycles etc... are stupidly expensive in Denmark, and though I got it piece by piece sent by mail from usa, it will still cost 180% tax + 25% VAT to get a license plate on the bike.
Average salery in Denmark...around 60.000 Usd. and income tax with that salery is around 37 - 38 %
I guess you've got to be dedicated

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Please don't tell me you'll have to pay $29,700US in tax on this....

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It becomes a very difficult choice after I've seen it now - it's not as nice as the few kilometers make you believe!
But I've been offered a very fair trade price ....
Hmmm I must think carefully, and not at least have a talk with my insurance company, RR motorcycles are very expensive to insure here in Denmark.
Have agreed on a test drive within the next 14 days, it's still cold and winter here ..

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Ah.....for that price,if it's not mint.....walk. It's way to easy to swap out the gauge cluster on those bikes. I always suspect a low mileage bike of that year.....either means it sat long amounts of time not being used or a shady deal. Very rarely do you find the guys that keep their bikes in their heated living room for storage.

Ya gotta admit, the 9er is a great bike to fly under the radar....still has good power and handling, yet doesn't look like an RR.

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I'm sorry, and I'm biased, but my old 929 looks a lot better than that.

Did someone take the factory graphics off of that thing, or do they come like that in your part of the world?

What's with the grey tailpiece? An Erion can looks much better to me.

For $5K USD, it'd be a good deal, but for 3X that, I'd keep looking.

*there's a massive trunk under the back seat. Good old low slung exhaust, sigh.

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Wow! The cost is staggering. What would happen if some of us would pick up a shitload of big bikes used here and sent them over there by the container?

Oh, you'd get first pick.......

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Wow! The cost is staggering. What would happen if some of us would pick up a shitload of big bikes used here and sent them over there by the container?

Oh, you'd get first pick.......
The price will be exact the same - if you took a bike from usa to here, you would have to pay 180 % tax and then 25% vat - to get a licenseplate on the bike - so, nothing to gain that way, or so little it's not worth trying

But a 10000 thank's for the first pick

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holy fu&k, you're fu&ked !!!!

that just plain sucks. Just this last summer I saw (2) nice looking 954's go for around $4000, and a 929 go for $3500.

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holy fu&k, you're fu&ked !!!!

that just plain sucks. Just this last summer I saw (2) nice looking 954's go for around $4000, and a 929 go for $3500.
Maybe we better lay off. I personally do not want to be responsible for having this chap cry his way to sleep at night.

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And to think I complained last week when I had to pay 171.00 for a tag on my just aquired 07 919. I do love America.

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Honda fireblade 1000 cc - Motorcykelgalleri.dk
This just to illustrate the madness here.....
This should really belong in the "crackhead" thread
But 175,000 Dkr. = 32000Usd!
For this used Fireblade
The text says:
Almost unused machine from 2007 has run 1121 km, after which a few beers came in my way. Small dent in paint on the fairing - see picture. Otherwise original condition. but beware IT IS WILD

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You have the 9er!!!! Just keep it!

Maybe you can find a way to fly to the US......and smuggle a WAVE engineering TURBO inside your carry-on.

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I keep telling you USA boys that your bikes are silly cheap.

If I lived in the USA I suspect I'd be divorced (married 21 years now!) as I have a huge collection of running and 'project' bikes I'd collected.

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I keep telling you USA boys that your bikes are silly cheap.

If I lived in the USA I suspect I'd be divorced (married 21 years now!) as I'd have a huge collection of running and 'project' bikes if I lived in the USA.
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Could you talk to my wife? I tooo think I should have a garage full of bikes.

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Well I did't it - trade't my 919 to a 929, found this excellent one owner, low milage 2001 model, with complete history, and the price was okay (by Danish standards that is )

My new Fireblade SC44

I'am now cruising the net looking for a set of "helibars" etc., it will be a hard time otherwise

Greeting's from Denmark
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Nice!!!!!!

Is that a Scotts I see on the upper triple? If so..... that was the single best thing I ever did to my 954.... it makes the bike feel like a different bike stability wise.

Also --- I really like the older style Akro pipes..... is a full exhaust with a PCIII-usb?

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Hans, no more 919?!

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"Is that a Scotts I see on the upper triple"........... stupid me, what's that

Beside the Akrapovic - it's completly stock, no Commander etc..bone stock just the way I wanted it to be

"no more 919" - nope - long story short, as you can read up and above, bikes are extreme expensive here in Denmark, no matter how much I love my 919 and wanted to keep it, I can't afford two bikes.
Many have my thought's over this - even tried to make my GF sell her GpZ500, and go on riding my Hornet - she did't dare to do so, knowing how much time and effort I have put into my 919..so my 919 has to go - but I'm thinking about buliding my 929 into a 919 I love naked streetfighter style bikes (not German streetfighter style - but something like the new CB1000R style) a lean mean naked bike, no fancy triangel headlight fancy Rizoma cirkus to me - just a lean honest bike.!

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"Scotts" is a steering damper. Trust me on this one.....save up and buy one for the 929/954. It was the single best thing I ever did to the bike.

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Yes, I had an Ohlins damper on my 929 and it kept me from a second tank slapping ball masher episode. One was enough.

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So I'am not a "919 driver" anymore - but wouldt like to stay if I may

My "new" Fireblade


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So I'am not a "919 driver" anymore - but wouldt like to stay if I may

My "new" Fireblade


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Well, I never was a 919 pilot, but that never stopped me!


Congrats on the new ride!!!!

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Well one mighty fine "Hornet" up for sale here:
MC visning - FRiiS Biler og MC
Asking 84.900 dkr. = 15.575 usd. or something like 2300 usd. more than I paid 1 1/2 year ago, with 23000 km. less on the tacho !
Let's see to what "extreme" I can take the 929

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Congrats on the purchase. Ride safe!

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My first little trip on my 929 is over, not in any way to belittle 919, but there is so much more "nerve" in the 929.
Where 919 is very mild and forgiving, the 929 is a reality check, accelrationen is pretty mean measured to the 919, the bike is very stiff in comparison, but most of all are the brakes the big difference, those big disk' on the 929 are not just for show, they deliver the "merchandise promptly.
100 km. this weekend - very cold indeed, but I couldt' wait any longer, even the road are still white from all the salt we use here to keep the road's free og snow and ice during winter.
I'am looking forward to a little more spring like weather around here - meanwhile, and that may seem very unlike a 929, I'am building a "power plug" so I can use my Garmin on the bike, next picking up a Garmin wich will allow me to "build" my own routes, looking at the 2250 right now / any good advice here ?
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.... I use to love my '02 954.... I can say though, the bike turned so quick that it took some time to get use to not riding off the inside of every curve. The Scotts steering damper on it made it a different bike. They tame the jitteryness of them and make them a TON more solid while leaned over in the corners.

You're on the right track with the Garmin.....any Garmin that has 'Routing' capability will do (Just check the setup menu for the Routing icon). You simply connect your Garmin to your computer, create a route on MapQuest, and select 'Transfer Map'.

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