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    Rookie Member Miked617's Avatar
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    Name: Mike

    Default Whats a realistic asking price?

    So i'm contemplating selling my Repsol. I wont be able to ride it as much moving forward due to knee issues.

    That said, its a 2013 RR with almost 10k miles. It has a few minor modifications that i know dont necessarily raise the value. But they are....

    Arrow GP slip on Exhaust
    TST Industries Fender Eliminator
    Motodynamic Integrated Tailight
    Woodcraft clutch/valve case covers
    Cox radiator guard
    93000k HID 35W Kit

    I live in the Boston area. Is 9k obo a good starting price or is that too high? I called a local shop that purchases motorcycles and they want to take me for a ride. Id rather let the thing sit in storage then give it away. I'm Interested in hearing your thoughts to help me gauge expectations.
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    Default Re: Whats a realistic asking price?

    I think 9K sounds about right. That's what I bought my 2009 for in 2014 with 14K miles on it.

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    Rookie Member Miked617's Avatar
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    Name: Mike

    Default Re: Whats a realistic asking price?

    Quote Originally Posted by TrackSol View Post
    I think 9K sounds about right. That's what I bought my 2009 for in 2014 with 14K miles on it.
    Ok, Thank you! I'll start with that.

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