New Owner Intro
At the mileage you're showing doing the fluids: brake, and coolant if their service history are unknown would be good. Good job on the oil. Eyeball your sprockets and chain for wear (and lubrication). Speaking of lube, hose the clutch cable.....I got 23 k out of mine, but they usually don't last that long.
Also of concern at that mileage could be the 17,000 mile valve adjustment. Although I've been told that in general the niners valves rarely get far out of adjustment, Honda recommends an adjustment at 17k. If you don't know the bike's service history, the expense of doing the valves, tho its not astronomical, did make me think twice before I had my dealer do it. It might have influenced the po to sell depending on various factors. Course if you do your own wrenching you can have the satisfaction of being sure all is well from your own labor.
If the tires are original consider replacing them. Tires usually carry their date of manufacture in code. Much over 5 years old, consider replacing.
My 2 cents.
Again, welcome. Its a good place to be.....lots of wisdom here.
Enjoy. Keep the greasy side down.
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