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Thinking of getting a 919, couple questions

I have always loved the look of naked bikes, and love the riding style of the standard bikes. Im 23, been riding for 2 years, i currently have a 1986CB450sc nighthawk, and have logged about 2.5K miles in the past 2 seasons. My question is, will the 919 too much bike for a guy with my "experience"? I want a bike i can commute to work on (about 25 miles) and go on a couple hour weekend trips. This bike from the reviews i have read seem to meet my needs.
Im asking becasue im about to pull the trigger on a 2002 919 with 8K miles being sold for 4K.

So to sum up:
1. Is this bike too powerful for the experience i have?
2. For commuting and some long trips, is this the correct bike?
3. Is a 2002 919 w/8k for 4k (and luggage) a good deal?

Thanks for the help guys.

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Get the bike you will love it. My first bike was a Rebel 450 and then my moms 750 and dads 1100 for about 6 months before I got my 919.

Price is good. And luggage will help out. Does the bike have any mods?

The bike is powerful, but as long as you have a good head on your shoulders you will be alright. There are gearing options that can make the bike more mellow as well. I am at nearly 16k miles in a year, and I have a 2 more weeks before the 1 year mark.

Bike will be good for commuting and daily riding and long rides. I did 475 miles on Sunday.

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I bought a 2003 919 in August of 2008 and it is the first street bike I've owned. I'm 24 and as long as I keep my right wrist at bay, the power is well under control. For commuting...I ride mine about 10 - 20 miles (depending on the route) each way to work almost every day. I've taken a few 250 mile trips on the bike and had no issues. I have the Honda windscreen which probably helps. I'm planning a 2,000 mile 3-day trip in either late April or early May (yes guys...I'm getting anxious and we moved the trip up a few week. )

Price looks okay. I wouldn't say it's a stellar deal, but it is good.

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Appreciate the help. No mods, well except for the windshield and the luggage. Im not a fan of the look of either but i love the bike. Good to know that the bike will fit my needs.

Also, how will it be on the highway compaired to a 450. i know thats kinda hard to answer without riding both, but just wondering. im trying to get as much info as possible before i slap down my hard earned money.

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Don't do it ... Get anything but a 919
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So to sum up:
1. Is this bike too powerful for the experience i have?
2. For commuting and some long trips, is this the correct bike?
3. Is a 2002 919 w/8k for 4k (and luggage) a good deal?

Thanks for the help guys.
1 - No, you can handle it. Its power delivery is pretty tame. Youll like it once its time to roll on to merge with highway speed traffic hwne compared to your 450 - Vast improvment, much smoother !

2 - With mods , yes

3 - Id haggle a bit, also , it would depend on what kind of luggage - Hard, soft, etc.

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Take your time and really look at all of your options - Im biased here cause Im NOT a Honda fan in any way/shape or form. There are alot of really good bikes out there that will out perform and last every bit as well as the Honda, and often times, you can find such a bike cheaper ! SInce you like the naked bikes, Id also suggest you check out Kawasakis Z1000 or even a ZRX , Yamhas FZ serires ( even the 6 , its a great bike !)as well as a newer Suzuki GSX - Bandit.
But really, if you want THE best naked bike, check into an Aprilia Tuono !

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If I may..... Get a 600RR. Lighter, faster from light to light. Two many 919's here anywho. ; )

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If I may..... Get a 600RR. Lighter, faster from light to light. Two many 919's here anywho. ; )
lighter yes...

faster not necessarily..


get the 919 you will like it..



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I had pretty much the same list of questions and needs a year and a half ago. The 919 is my first bike and it has met or exceeded every expectation I could ever have imagined (Highway, power, looks, and mileage)

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The 919 is a great bike for commuting - not adequate, not good.... GREAT.

The bike has a lot of torque, and that power comes on smooth. It is not peaky like some other engines, which makes control a lot easier.

The 919 is also at home on the track... not as focused as the 600 sport bikes, yet it does quite well. The 919 is light and nimble for a bike of its power level, which makes it ideal for commuting.

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If I may..... Get a 600RR. Lighter, faster from light to light. Two many 919's here anywho. ; )

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3. Is a 2002 919 w/8k for 4k (and luggage) a good deal?
I've been seriously looking for a nice one to buy for about a month now and I've seen a number of 2002's for a bit less - or they are willing to take as low as $3,500 when you speak to them. However they usually have at least one ding that turns me off - so I guess 4K is ok if it is in great condition but from what I've seen it would be pushing the high end.

Not sure if you know this already, but they came out with the (more) adjustable suspension in 2004 so something you may want to consider when considering what year to buy.

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Get the 919. I ride one and I'm cool. So if you ride one you might be cool like me!

Get an 04 or later.

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Get an 04 or later.
Suspension is upgradeable later on if you get comfortable with the bike and intend to push it.

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I've been seriously looking for a nice one to buy for about a month now and I've seen a number of 2002's for a bit less - or they are willing to take as low as $3,500 when you speak to them. However they usually have at least one ding that turns me off - so I guess 4K is ok if it is in great condition but from what I've seen it would be pushing the high end.

Not sure if you know this already, but they came out with the (more) adjustable suspension in 2004 so something you may want to consider when considering what year to buy.
You mean they don't all come from the factory with a small ding on the left side of the tank and a little scuffing on the alt cover?

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The 919 is a great bike. You will be able to handle the power without a problem, just take it easy at first. For a decently powerful bike the 919 is pretty user friendly. I went from an 81 yamaha 400 to the 919 without a problem. The 919 is one of the best commuter bikes out there. It is not quite as good for distance travel due to the lack of wind protection but it is still fine. Even at 4K it is a lot of bike for the money but you can probably either talk them down a bit or find a better deal.

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You mean they don't all come from the factory with a small ding on the left side of the tank and a little scuffing on the alt cover?
My favorite so far was the bike that had a quarter sized rust area on the side of the tank. When I asked what it was he said his friend "rubbed" it while moving it. Another one had a 2x4 dropped on the tank in the shed.

Maybe I'm just too picky but I don't want a "rubbed" or 2x4'd bike...

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I bought my 06 after about 16 yrs of dirt bikes. I got tired of loading up and driving for an hour or two to race or trail ride.
My last street bike before was an 85 750 Nighthawk S.
I too was concerned about the 919 being too much for me and was considering a 599.
I'm glad I bought the 919. It has great power for me and is easy to ride.
I only scared myself once. That was when I picked it up from the dealer and pulled onto the cold pavement with cold tires!
I'm not sure about pricing there as I am in Canada.

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I saved up and searched for two years for one in my price range was looking for 04 but ended up getting an 06 for $3650 went for cheap on eBay because it had a dent other than that it was in good shape got new tank off eBay for 225 if you look you can find a pretty good deal

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wow, it seems like this will suit my needs. i put 4k in my orig post, but of course im going to haggle. as far as the damage, from what i saw, there is a scratch on the alt cover. i didnt see anything else not on the gas tank, bar ends, clutch/brake etc. it seems to be in overall good shape. then again i have only seen pics, and haven't seen it in person.
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The 919 is the first bike I owned besides an interceptor that required way to much time to make run, and I never regretted starting out on it. Personally I think it is a very user friendly bike for a beginner and you can grow into it. I liked the torque when I first got it because it seems like every red light around here is on a very steep uphill grade and 919 made that a snap.

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That scratch on the Alt cover is OEM. We all have it. Can you believe some people actually pay to get rid of it!!!

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Buy the bike and sleep well at night knowing at least one thing is this forsaken world is true. The 919 rules.....just follow the light!

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Did you get it yet?

Super bike. Unless you plan on adventure riding this is the only bike you NEED. But certianly will not be the only one you want. I think everyone covered everything. Since the one you are looking at has a windscreen your set. I prefer the wind blast but thats me. I've ridden mine all over, near cross country trips, commuting, grocery getting, pathetic attempts at stunting, track days. Even went from OH to FL and hit a track day on the way. Now your making me babble cuz the list of complements I can give this bike never stops.

And tuno's suck! There, I said it. From the butt down they are uncomfortable and I have yet to ride a V twin that I liked. That includes one Aprilia, not a Tuno, but close.

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Oh, and the 919 was my very first bike. So you should have no worries about handleing the girl. she is very forgiving. Hows the saying go "lady on the street but a freak in the sheets".....

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Did you get it yet?
Nope, not yet. i have been talking to the guy through email, and was planning on making the 2hr drive to see it this weekend, but hes not availible. I plan on seeing it next weekend.

There is also a 919 at my local honda dealership, its a 07 with somewhere in the 6-800 mile range for $7499. isnt that WICKED high?

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Nope, not yet. i have been talking to the guy through email, and was planning on making the 2hr drive to see it this weekend, but hes not availible. I plan on seeing it next weekend.

There is also a 919 at my local honda dealership, its a 07 with somewhere in the 6-800 mile range for $7499. isnt that WICKED high?
Yes...Just to give you an example...I picked up my 08 FZ1 with 1700 miles on it, showroom condition for $6800 ... dealers are tryin to get $8000 for the same bike...you can find great deals out there if your patient


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I think that the 919 (or Hornet 900 as we call it here in England) is one of the most user-friendly bikes out there. It is incredibly well balanced from almost zero miles per hour, so it's good for low-speed manoeuvres, and it's easy to ride because of the torquey and easy-going nature of the motor, meaning that you're not forever shifting gears.

Sometimes "user friendly" can mean that a bike is bland or boring, but that's the last thing you could say about the 919. It's very under-rated by most of the motorcycle press, but it's a really great bike.

My one certainly got me out of more trouble than it got me in to!

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Been there, done that. It's really like this pardner, IF you want a fun fast toy that you can commute on(windshield is good), gets 42mpg and can hit 140 at redline (indicated) in forth gear, buy yourself a 919.
Don't forget to ask you insurance co. how much your premium will rise with the 9er as it is classified a sportbike. Be sure you call it a CB900F instead of a 919. It matters to some companies.


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GET ONE! YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID!

I totally LOVE my 919, and wouldn't trade 'er in on anything if the world was ending! (Oh, it is? Thanks for the update!)

Seriously, you'll LOVE the 919, and you shouldn't have any problems. And I wouldn't judge your love for the 919 on your riding experience or skill level. As long as you get a feel for the torque it has for such a light bike, you won't need to wear Depends to work when you commute! Just like someone else mentioned already, go easy on the throttle because she IS a freakin' scarey bike in the first couple gears until you get used to the lightness. Among the bigger bikes I've owned have been a KZ-900, KZ-650, GS-750, and Nighthawk 750 plus other smaller bikes over the years. The scariest of these was the 82 GS-750 because of the 16 valve engine. With triple discs and alloy wheels and no kickstart, it STILL weighed in at over 500lbs dry! BUT, it would wheelie if you weren't careful, and when it hit 5,000 rpm all hell broke loose (and it was carbed)! Yep, at 5,000 it was like hitting a nitrous button!

But, the 919 has MUCH more horsepower and torque, fuel injection, 16 valves, very light for its size, and will scare the hell out of you if you're not careful with the throttle. I'm almost 51 (no comment, barton664, you old fart!) and have been riding since I was in 5th grade. Almost all street bikes. But of all the bikes I've rode, mine or a friend's, THE 919 IS THE SCARIEST.

Don't get me wrong though. I'm not saying it's too much bike for you! In fact, you'll love it. It should fit your needs fine. Commuting? No problem. Hey, you'll just get there quicker! Long rides? Well, you'll hate the hard seat until you get used to it.

My only issue is $4000 for an '02 seems a bit steep. Just my opinion. If you're gonna spend that much for a bike that old, you might keep shopping. You're sure to find a NEWER 919 for less!

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I had the same concerns when I bought mine as I hadnt ridden a bike in over 20 yrs, and never anything over 250cc. I picked mine up 5 days after I took the MSF and found it very easy to ride and as everyone else has said, as long as you control your right wrist, you should be fine.

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There is also a 919 at my local honda dealership, its a 07 with somewhere in the 6-800 mile range for $7499. isnt that WICKED high?
That's pretty expensive, especially when you consider all the extra costs to ride it out of a dealer. Some dealers are still asking $8500 + fees!
I got my '07 with 780 miles from a private seller for $6500. You can find better deals on an '07 if you look around.

Don't worry about it being too much bike for you. The 919 was my first street bike. At the time I was commuting across town on a 50cc Aprilia scooter, and I adapted to the 919 just fine. If your right wrist gets crazy you can have some exciting times, but just use your head and you'll be fine. No bike is too much if you ride it sensibly.

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