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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-13-2006, 09:45 PM Thread Starter
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'00 Cbr 600 F4 ???

I came to conclusion that instead of spending tons of $$ on upgraded Talon TSi parts, Im going to go down the 2 wheel road. Ii spotted a pretty good deal, IMO

-'00 CBR 600 F4
-No apparant Mech. Damage/Defects on it
- Runs Strong
-18,000 KM
- Asking $4,000.00
-Def. need to test ride it before
(Could be mine in 6 paychecks/12 weeks ) What do you think?
Im only 5'8 135lbs. 3 yrs riding Dirt bikes. Never rode a street, but feel comfortable sittin on 600cc's.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-13-2006, 09:52 PM
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If you have some bike experience (which you said you did), that sounds like a great bike for you.

I have a CBR600 F3 and love it. It is my first street bike. Don't worry about you size either, you will be fine. That sounds like a good deal too.

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That would be a good deal and a good bike to start on!

to you for starting on a used bike. Buy your gear while you are saving up the $$$ for the bike and take your MSF. Then you'll be ready to hit the open road!




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I had one of those. Excellent bike! Probably the most comfortable bike I ever owned and the handling is outstanding and "forgiving". Also, has plenty of power. Enjoy
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I like the bike but can't stand a single seat on a sport bike
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