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NSW For Sale - Honda CB400SF

Discussion in 'FOR SALE' started by BlueDragon, Apr 26, 2021.

  1. BlueDragon

    BlueDragon Active Member Premium Member

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    Thought I would put my sons bike up for sale before I start the respray on it. In the even that someone might be interested, pre-respray.. Otherwise, I'll respray it when summer hits and then the sale price will increase accordingly.

    I know some forum members here have my phone number - but it has now changed due to a job change.
    So, if anyone is interested just PM me. I'll be happy to give you a call if you want.

    Test Rides are OK, but only if you bring the cash with you. As my older brother used to say " you test ride it and you bend it? then you've just bought it."

    Sorry if anyone takes offense at that, but I've seen a mate's bike get damaged due to a person test riding it and the trouble that ensued afterwards..

    2009 Honda CB400SF
    49,700 klms

    The Good.
    Everything working.
    Rego to the end of the year.
    Barely ridden since buying, due to my sons health issues (sciatic nerve)
    Oxford Heated grips
    Installed a gear position indicator, which can be seen in full sunlight.
    Converted to LED headlight (see pics) seriously lights up the road now. This is a proper conversion as the headlight was designed for the Honda headlight housing, so no dodgy mounts or anything like that - full proper bolt-on conversion.
    Brand New Pirelli Angel GT tyres front and rear.
    New painted grab rail
    comes with mounts for a rack - these bolt into the grab rail mounts. Rack not included as the bike only came with the mounts.
    Comes with LED spotlights (not mounted) if you want them
    original owners manual and toolkit included
    Brakes have been properly serviced and bled. Still plenty of brake pad left. Bike stops on a dime with very little pressure needed. Very much two finger braking.
    Engine sliders/protectors
    Good chain and sprockets - apparently changed before we bought the bike.
    Full Staintune 4 into 1 exhaust. Sounds great, especially when the vtec cuts in.
    Engine is fine - no bad vibes anywhere, has to be the smoothest engine in any bike I've ridden.
    New spark plugs, oil changed and new oil filter and new air filter fitted.
    Seat has been reshaped to be similar in shape to a sargent seat, which offers better support to the "sit bones" for those that know about anatomy and designing a proper seat shape. But the seat IS NOT rock had like those sargent seats, some extra foam has been added and is super comfortable now. The original Seat foam was reshaped. No rips or tears in the seat cover, as new.

    The Not so Good.
    Some scratches from general use. Just the usual.
    2 small dents on tank.

    Asking Price is $4250
    If purchased before summer. As when spring/summer hits, then I'll respray it to look like Mick Doohan's CB1000R that he rode in England.

    Pics of bike IMG_6524.jpg IMG_7036.JPG IMG_7037.JPG IMG_7038.JPG IMG_7040.JPG IMG_7041.JPG IMG_7156.JPG IMG_7159.JPG IMG_7168.JPG IMG_7169.JPG
     
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  2. BlueDragon

    BlueDragon Active Member Premium Member

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    If I respray it, then it will end up something like this.
    CB1000R_Limited_Edition.jpg
     
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    Fffffffffff, love that style of bike and didn't know a 400 existed! 900 Hornet was my 1st (and 2nd) big bike. GLWS
     

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