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post #1 of 7 Old 05-20-2006, 09:21 AM Thread Starter
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Have someone who might be interested in my 919 stock exhaust Cans-1500 miles in great shape, any idea what they are worth--Sorry I havent taken the time to search Ebay

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My honest answer, not a whole lot. I check eBay daily for 919 stuff habit I guess. Over the past 3 years a set of stock cans with heat shields sell for typically $75. I think ratdog picked up a set for $25 and some have sold for $85 maybe if you are lucky $90. My advise is if you really don't need the up front cash now put the cans away in a nice dry environment. Some day when you sell the 919 (yea I know you're keeping it forever!) put the stock cans back on and sell your Sato's. This way you get the best of both worlds.

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actually wasnt wantin to sell them that badly, but he does seem to want them. Thanks for your advice.

I just went on ebay to check things out, and of course added about half a dozen things to my watch list, knew I should have waited for a reply and stayed off there

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actually wasnt wantin to sell them that badly, but he does seem to want them. Thanks for your advice.

I just went on ebay to check things out, and of course added about half a dozen things to my watch list, knew I should have waited for a reply and stayed off there
lol- eBay can be dangerous to your wallet!

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Yes it is, I am a sucker for ebay.

You're right, I am keeping the 919 for a while, at least until Honda comes out with a better version that has the same look and ergo's,with more power and better suspension. Guess I better start buying lottery tickets so I can afford one when it comes out.

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Haha.. I am currently selling a high end road bicycle in order to make cash to spend on mods for my 919! I am totally hooked... and a little ashamed for selling other bikes to sweeten a motorized one, but at least this one can get me to work and back (25 mile trip each way) and its good on gas.... But performance mods aren't necessary... oh, what have I done...

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Haha.. I am currently selling a high end road bicycle in order to make cash to spend on mods for my 919!
From the view of a former road bicyclist I can relate. I used to ride a Klein road bike. Nothing like being able to ride 20+ miles smooth as silk on your own power. Only problem is you don't get that arm tugging torque!!

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