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Should I acquire this 1995 Black 60000km 3500GBP Bike
|Should I acquire this 1995 Black 60000km 3500GBP Bike|
|Decio Luiz Balancuelo said 2003-05-18 04:18|
Thanks for such interesting comments, it helped me a lot.
I have a 1995 Triumph Daytona 1200 black with 60000km (37500 miles) ia a very good appeal and care for about 3500 GBP / 5500 USD.
Besides this looks expansive, bikes in Brazil are quiet expansive.
A HONDA CBR 900 RR FIREBLADE new here is about US$ 18000, 80% higher than in US due to government taxes.
I was very impressed with the fabrication details and finishment.
The extra oil coller on a water colled bike is unique and the chain regulator and the duct to direct the wind onto the the driver legs without getting in toutch with the engine heat... I just loved it.
My questions would be:
1. What is the avarege milliage when we have to make the engines?
2. How much to make up the engine using original parts and good services?
3. If the rear dumper is not good anymore, is it too expansive?
4. Is it easy to find original replacements parts within the UK?
5. Does this bike behaves like Kawazaki ZX12, or Suzuki Hayabusa, or either Honda CBR1100 Brackbird?
My company distributes a software from an company in Cambridge, AVEVA (Old Cadcentre) VANTAGE PDMS for plant design, so I go like once an year or 2 years.
Very Best Regards,
Honda CBR 929 RR 2001
Akaprovic Full Racing Carbon Muffler
K&N Filter, Dynojet Power Commander III
Ohlins Steering Dumper
Michellan Pilot Sport
Rd350LC 1989 Export Black
Honda CB 500 equiped for racing
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