I like the one you got. Just remember, wheelies make your nuts hurt.
I'd hear you........I hope I can find a deal like that by the end of the year.Man, wish I could have found a deal like that last month
... went for $8475, someone got a helluva deal
All valid points. however what rubbed me the wrong way was how he start the bike and just went way..I guess you get what you paid for. I've paid about the same for my 2006 749 but my bike it was showroom condition flawless.ha, no way I would ever buy that bike, ever. Look at the guy selling it, how he starts it and how he takes off without warming it up, anyone who hits the start button all hard the second time like that look at his arm and body and how hard he is hitting it and he does not even know the proper way of starting the bike. You can see him pump the throttle a few more times before he hits the start button, and you can tell he cant ride look at how he takes off all jerky and chicken walking the bike out. WOW good luck. Plus who the heck cares if the blinkers work, when I am buying a bike I am concord with about a million things before I look into if the blinkers work. And he only shows the front nose piece damaged, wonder how the rest look. Good luck my 8,300 or whatever plus tax and travel expense would never be spent on this bike. But hey each to their own, and after all then you could say you own an R if that is what is important for you go for it. Save 2k more and buy the RIGHT ONE. Good day.
For his video sales pitch, he would've been smart if had the bike already warmed up, which could've been the case. The throttle pumping is very questionable though.All valid points. however what rubbed me the wrong way was how he start the bike and just went way..I guess you get what you paid for. I've paid about the same for my 2006 749 but my bike it was showroom condition flawless.
Like Desmo have said it would be a great track bike if the frame were to be straight.