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2007 Honda CB 2007 Honda CB919 Hornet

$4,200

Stephens City, Virginia

Year 2007

Make Honda

Model CB

Category Supersport

Engine 919

Posted Over 1 Month

Up for sale is my previously cared for 2007 Honda CB919, sometimes referred to as Honda Hornet. I have all stock parts and have cared for this bike meticulously! Oil changed every 3,000 Miles, chain cleaned/lubed every 500 miles, all services performed on time, and the bike has never been laid down. This bike is in perfect condition for a 2007 and looks practically brand new!Modification include: Power Commander III, Yoshi Exhaust, HID headlight, Puig Raptor Windscreen, Rear Fender Elimination. All stock parts are included and jacket and helmet can be as well for the right price. Send me an offer, but please no low balling!

Trim 919

Kawasaki : Ninja 2012 kawasaki zx 14 r black lots of extra parts accessories

$12,499

Suffield, Connecticut

Year 2012

Make Kawasaki

Model Ninja

Category Supersport

Engine 1441

Posted Over 1 Month

2012 ZX14r, I am the original owner and the motorcycle was purchase new in April 2012. Have the title in hand. The bike has the Kawasaki Good times extended protection plan until April 2017. So there is well over a year of extended warranty that is transferable to the future owner. The bike has a little under 19,600 miles on it as I average about 5k miles a season. The bike currently has the original wheels on it with a brand new set of Metzler M7rr tires. The bike rides like a dream and is rock solid. Always garaged. The bike is equipped with KTRC traction control and has three modes. It also has a High and Low power mode. The bike comes with the following aftermarket items: Full set of Gold forged aluminum Carrozzeria V-track forged wheels with rotors and KTRC sensors- Rear has a brand new M7rr 200/55/17. Front has about 3k miles on it and it is also an M7rr. Comes with 40T rear SuperSprox Sprocket. These are ready to mount. No swapping rotors/sprockets. Gold ASV C5 Long LeversPower Commander 5 with Ivan's MapIvan's ECU reflash, I also have the original un-flashed ECU to put back to stock which is included.Full titanium Brock's CT Meg that is powered coated black from front to back.Yoshimura oil filler cap and Yoshimura fender eliminator.Core-Moto Steel brake lines.Stock seat and Concours Seat(for long rides)Heli-bar 3/4 Inch ridersThrottle Meister Cruise ControlPower Bronze Carbon Fiber front fender with Gold Mesh.Power Bronze Carbon Fiber Hugger/chain guard with gold mesh.GPR Steering stabilizer 5 Different Windscreens, MRA Zero, Zero Gravity DB, stock etc. Oberon touring pegsPower Bronze Carbon Fiber Heel guardsI have all the stock parts and they come with the bike. With the unseasonably warm weather I took a 50 mile ride today. All photos with black wheels taken 12/27/15. I added some pictures with the Carrozzeria's on in the photos as well to see what the bike looks like with them mounted. I have owned this bike for almost 4 years and every time you twist the throttle it brings you right back down to earth. Bike runs awesome. Pulls like a freight train. Adult owned and never wheelied (on purpose), never crashed. Shipping is the responsibility of the bidder. Bikes paint shows some wear and tear. There are some scratches in the paint which is inevitable with almost 20k miles. Email me if you have any questions.

Trim ZX14r

Honda : CBR NEW 2014 HONDA CBR1000RR SP Special Edition

$13,999

Walla Walla, Washington

Year 2014

Make Honda

Model CBR

Category Supersport

Engine 999

Posted Over 1 Month

NEW 2014 Honda CBR1000RR SP super sport special limited edition. ORIGINALLY $16,699.00 plus destination charges, this bike is offered at a BUY IT NOW price of $13,999.00 including destination. That's $3,000 less than new! In fact, at $13,999.00 this bike is priced less than a new standard CBR1000RR. The average CBR1000RR model doesn't have Brembo brakes, Ohlins suspension or the hand built engine. Wow! What beautiful bike and what a bargain. There are perhaps 500 careful miles on this bike. The bike is listed as new because until it is titled it is treated as a new motorcycle by American Honda and the State of Washington. We can ship the bike, however, the buyer will need to complete the purchase here at USA Honda in beautiful Walla Walla, Washington. Here's a great excuse to visit Walla Walla and experience something few have. Full manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. Extended warranty available. This is a new Honda motorcycle. Honda consistently builds bikes with the best Dependability, Quality and Reliability of any motorcycle manufacturer. This bike is no exception. We do have a second copy of this bike still in the crate. As you can imagine, the New in Box M-C will list at a higher price.

Trim SP

Suzuki : GSX-R Suzuki GSX1300R

$8,500

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Year 2009

Make Suzuki

Model GSX-R

Category Supersport

Engine 1330CC

Posted Over 1 Month

This is a MUST SEE Suzuki GSX 1300 R! With over $10,000 in aftermarket features including**Remote Control Strobe Light**Dyno Jet Engine Managment System**Puig Racing Screen**Brock's Performance Exhaust**RC Components Savage Wheels

Trim GSX 1300 R

Kawasaki : Ninja Kawasaki Ninja ZX6r Monster Edition, Clean, 8200m

$6,900

Alpharetta, Georgia

Year 2009

Make Kawasaki

Model Ninja

Category Supersport

Engine 600

Posted Over 1 Month

Starts every time, changes gears normally, fluids changed within last 500m, a few conservative mods, chain guard, 15t front sprocket,( so actual mileage is probably less than 8000m), aftermarket slip-on with PC-V Dynojet... otherwise stock. Not perfect, but looks great for age, normal wear, tear... chips, scratches, scuffs here and there. Needs nothing but a good rider. Will consider 'very good' offers.

Trim ZX6r Monster Edition

Kawasaki : Ninja 2009 kawasaki ninja zx 14 zx 14 r zx 14 zx 14 r customized tricked out 24 k value

$13,000

Meridian, Mississippi

Year 2009

Make Kawasaki

Model Ninja

Category Supersport

Engine 1352

Posted Over 1 Month

Runs great & nothing wrong with it. I have over $24,000 in it. I feel sorry for it cause, I never have time to ride. I rather see it be ran & make somebody else happy. I'm the shop foreman at a Kawasaki dealership. I am very picky with my stuff. So I have maintained it & serviced it correctly. Yes it is only 1,762 miles on it. I probably only went 150mph on it. I was actually going to "BABY IT" for a 2,000 mile break-in. Only a 1,000 mile break-in is required. My cell is 601-604-0091 & any questions are welcomed. 2009 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 Candy Lime Green 1,762 Odo. SBT Carbon Fiber Wheels with Ceramic Bearings Pirelli Diablo Rosso II Tires Rear Sprocket Vortex for SBT Wheel Stock Gearing Muzzy M14 Titantium Header & Titantium Canister Exhaust "Tapered Header" Power Commander V with Autotune - O2 Sensor Speedohealer Scorpio SR-I900R RFID Motorcycle Security System 1/2 mile range with a Pager "Key Fob with screen" "Very High Tech" Muzzy Radiator Aluminum Fan Blades Brocks HD Clutch Springs & Spacers "Great Clutch Feel" HID Headlights 6,000k "Very Bright White Light" Clear Alternatives Green LED Taillight & Green Turn Signals "LED Amber Bulb in TS" Green LED Strips in different locations around the bike. Inside RAM Air Tube, the upper & lower hole on the side cowling, & one in the tail near the tag plate. "The tag has ZX-14R laser cut out & the LED lights up the tag & outlines the ZX-14R really cool". Puig Dark Smoke Windscreen Tire Hugger with chain cover Extension on Front Fender "Helps keep it clean" Radiator screen protector Enigine Ice Anti-Freeze Muzzy Block Off Plates Just installed a GYZ16H Yuasa Super Heavy Duty Battery "Even though I'm selling it, I still put the very best parts on it. Battery is about a $124 value" Had replaced the face plates of the meters. Left side says "Ninja" the factory logo & the Right side says "ZX-14R" cool looking. White faces & numbers in Ninja and ZX-14R light up in Lime Green The center square of the meter normally lights up in Orange & I had the LED's changed to Lime Green. Some Mesh was installed in the lower hole on the side cowling & painted Candy Lime Green & LED nearby Stainless Steel Brake Lines & Clutch Line Lime Green Seat Cover is Candy Lime Green Still have some paint, primer, & clear coat. Extra new plastics & meter cover. Probably still some things not thinking of. Some extras.

Trim ZX1400C9FA

Honda : CB 1978 honda cb 750 k cb 750 k super sport

$3,400

Salt Lake City, Utah

Year 1978

Make Honda

Model CB

Category Supersport

Engine 750

Posted Over 1 Month

YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE HONDA CB 750. I AM THE THIRD OWNER AND IT HAS BEEN STORED INSIDE IT'S WHOLE LIFE AND BEEN WELL MAINTAINED AS YOU CAN CLEARLY SEE IN THE PHOTOS. RUNS SO GOOD SOUNDS AWESOME SHIFTS SMOOTH AND IS FAST! THERE IS NO RUST IN THE TANK THERE ARE A FEW SMALL ROCK CHIPS ON THE GAS TANK AND THE TAIL SECTION, THE FAIRING DOES HAVE A FEW SMALL STRESS CRACKS, AND A RIP AT THE TOP OF THE SISSY BAR PAD, SMALL RUST SPOT ON THE EXHAUST, OTHER THAN THAT THIS IS THE CLEANEST! GOOD LUCK I WILL SHIP WORLD WIDE! THANK YOU! On Aug-14-14 at 02:39:04 PDT, seller added the following information: FREE! Sellers: Add a FREE map to your listings. FREE!

Kawasaki : Ninja NEW 2013 KAWASAKI NINJA ZX-6R 636 - NO MILES - BRAND NEW!!

$9,199

Swiftwater, Pennsylvania

Year 2013

Make Kawasaki

Model Ninja

Category Supersport

Engine 636

Posted Over 1 Month

poconopowercenter store 2013 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R Highlights: NEW 636cc Engine: New 636cc displacement uses a longer-stroke to boost engine performance throughout the rev range. Low-mid range torque is especially enhanced, making roll-on and real world performance more usable Digital Fuel Injection (DFI) system features four 38mm Keihin throttle bodies with oval sub-throttles Revised intake and exhaust ports suit the engine’s larger displacement. The intake ports are wider near the throttle bodies and the passages to the valves split earlier. The exhaust ports are wider near the exhaust valves New intake cam lobes feature longer duration, intake and exhaust lobes have increased lift for additional power Chrome-moly steel camshafts are light, strong and durable New pistons feature a revised crown to enhance strength and accommodate the increased valve lift Revised 12.9:1 compression ratio suits longer-stroke and increased displacement Molybdenum coating on piston skirts reduces friction and facilitates engine break-in New straight piston pins have increased rigidity to help maintain high-rpm performance and reliability New connecting rods are shorter and stronger to suit the increased power. They also feature thicker stems and larger-radius small ends for additional strength Modified passages connecting cylinders were revised so the longer stroke would not cause the pistons to obstruct them and increase pumping losses New larger airbox contributes to increased peak power and smooth power delivery New longer, single-bore intake funnels improve low-mid range torque. Two different funnel shapes (outer are the same, inner are the same ) help deliver optimized throttle response Ultra-fine atomizing injectors help ensure complete air-fuel mixing and maximum combustion efficiency. More precise tuning contributes to reduced emissions. The injectors can also flow a greater volume of fuel, to help match the new larger-displacement engine New exhaust features balance tubes on all four header pipes to maximize low-end torque Exhaust pre-chamber makes efficient use of space, reduces exhaust noise and allows a smaller muffler to be used New muffler features a triangular cross-section to provide sufficient internal volume while still offering good ground clearance and maximum lean angle, as well as a compact appearance New lighter generator with revised coils produces less heat and reduces mechanical loss New zero-cross control voltage regulator significantly reduces the amount of electronic noise produced when it interrupts the generator’s output Cassette-type transmission helps simplify ratio-swaps and reduce set-up time at the track New shorter first gear, stronger alloys and revised gear thicknesses improve durability and help cope with the extra torque produced by the 636cc engine Lightweight x-ring drive chain uses lightening holes on the inner link plates to reduce weight. NEW Selectable Power Modes: New power mode selector on the left clip-on gives ZX-6R riders the option to choose between two different engine power delivery modes to suit their needs Output at low- rpm is the same in both modes, but “Low” mode limits engine output to approximately 80% and gives a milder throttle response. “Hi” mode allows the full performance potential of the engine to be unleashed NEW Three-Mode Kawasaki Traction Control (KTRC): New three-mode KTRC traction control combines the best elements of the Ninja ZX-10R S-KTRC and ZX-14R/Concours14 KTRC systems. Three different modes are tuned to cover a wide-range of situations from advanced racetrack use, to normal street riding, to mixed/slippery conditions, for enhanced rider confidence Mode 1 is tuned to maximize acceleration, like the ZX-10R S-KTRC system Mode 2 is tuned to help provide a balance of performance with minimal wheel slip Mode 3 prioritizes slip elimination, similar to the Concours14 ABS sport touring KTRC system, for enhanced rider confidence in mixed or slippery conditions The KTRC system may also be turned-off completely, at the rider’s discretion Handy mode selector on the left clip-on makes it easy for the rider to change KTRC settings Using complex programming algorithms, the KTRC system is able to predict impending wheelspin and act before slippage exceeds the optimum range, allowing reductions in power to be minimized for ultra-smooth operation In modes 1 and 2, conditions are analyzed 200 times per second and any necessary adjustments are made through ignition timing alone, for extremely quick response from the engine and KTRC system In Mode 3, the system functions like mode 2 under most conditions, but when excessive rear wheel spin is detected, Mode 3 switches to complete three-way control of ignition timing, fuel delivery and intake airflow to regulate engine output to a level that allows the rear wheel to regain grip. By controlling the sub-throttles in the intake tract for precise torque management, a smooth and natural feeling can be attained: Mode 3 intervention and on/off transitions are very smooth to help maintain stability during extended operation The system uses minimal hardware supplemented by advanced software. In addition to the engine’s ECU, the system only requires input from front and rear wheel-speed sensors, so no additional weight is required on the ABS model, because it already has wheel-speed sensors NEW F.C.C. Clutch with Assist and Slipper Functions: New F.C.C. clutch with assist & slipper functions uses two types of cams, an assist cam and a slipper cam that were developed based on racetrack testing and rider feedback The F.C.C. clutch’s “assist” cam acts like a self-servo mechanism, pulling the clutch hub and operating plate together to compress the clutch plates under load. This allows the total clutch spring count and pressure to be reduced, resulting in a 20% reduction in effort at the clutch lever The assist cam also increases the torque capacity of the clutch so it can cope with the extra torque produced by the new 636cc engine, without gaining any weight The F.C.C. clutch’s “slipper” cam reduces the clamping force on the clutch hub and operating plate when back-torque conditions are present and helps prevent rear wheel hop on trailing-throttle and when down-shifting New spring plate assembly provides smoother engagement and helps minimize clutch judder New aluminum clutch hub is 600-grams lighter than the previous steel unit NEW Supersport-grade KIBS ABS with Monobloc Nissin Calipers: KIBS is a multi-sensing system, using input from numerous sources. In addition to front and rear wheel speed sensors (standard for any ABS system), KIBS also monitors front caliper hydraulic pressure and data from the engine’s ECU (throttle position, engine speed, clutch actuation and gear position) Compact, lightweight BOSCH ABS unit was designed specifically for sportbike use and made its first mass-production appearance on the 2011 Ninja ZX-10R Highly-precise brake pressure control enables the system to avoid a reduction in brake performance due to excessive pressure drops, and allows good brake lever feel to be maintained during KIBS intervention by providing smaller and lighter ABS pulses than comparable systems Supersport models frequently encounter higher braking forces than less sporting models, so there is a greater likelihood of rear tire lift under extreme deceleration. By monitoring hydraulic pressure at the front calipers, KIBS is able to regulate pressure increases and help reduce the tendency of the rear tire to lift. By accounting for back-torque, KIBS is able to offer increased rear brake control during downshifts. KIBS parameters include throttle position, clutch actuation and gear position, allowing the system to predict back-torque caused by trailing-throttle at high-rpm, or down-shifting. Rear wheel slip due to engine braking often triggers ABS action on standard systems, but by preventing unnecessary ABS intervention in these situations, KIBS helps enhance rear brake control Thanks to the compact size and light weight of the ABS unit, the entire system adds only 4.4 pounds compared to non-ABS models New highly rigid, radial-mount “monobloc” Nissin brake calipers offer superb control and a firmer feel at the front brake lever. They are a total of 90-grams lighter and offer increased heat dissipation compared to the previous model New larger-diameter semi-floating 310mm stainless-steel petal-type front rotors contribute to stronger braking performance Radial-pump master cylinder gives excellent lever feel and helps offer superb brake modulation Front brake hose routing features a three-way joint at the lower triple clamp that facilitates effective brake line bleeding to help maintain a firm feel at the front brake lever New lighter rear brake caliper from the ZX-10R superbike helps offer good anti-fade performance and squeezes a 220mm petal-type rotor Rear brake pedal is mounted coaxially with the footpeg for good braking efficiency mid-stroke and excellent response to lever inputs Rear brake master cylinder reservoir is mounted forward of the swingarm pivot, to maximize space around the footpeg NEW Big Piston – Separate Function Fork: (BP-SFF): New BP-SFF fork combines the features of Showa’s big piston and separate function forks, featuring springs on both sides, with dedicated preload adjustability in the left tube and dedicated damping pistons and adjustability in the right tube New .3mm thinner fork tube walls provide a 220-gram weight reduction Big Piston design provides smooth action during the initial part of the stroke and contributes to excellent feel during heavy braking. The large-diameter damper piston is much bigger than those used in traditional “cartridge” forks Big Piston design allows the fork oil to act on a much larger surface area, so the damping pressure can be reduced without compromising effectiveness. Reducing the damping pressure allows the slider to react more smoothly, which is especially noticeable during the initial part of the stroke. The result is greater control as the fork begins to compress and very calm response during braking-induced weight-transfer, for greater chassis stability on corner entry Fork settings were tuned for maximum effectiveness on twisty roads, allowing a high level of performance for the racetrack, with a much better ride in the city and on the highway BP-SFF design offers much easier adjustability, by locating all adjusters in the caps at the top of the two fork tubes: preload on the left; compression and rebound damping on the right. Rear suspension: Bottom-link Uni-Trak rear suspension offers 5.3 inches of travel and features a gas-charged shock with top-out spring and a pillow ball upper shock mount New rear spring is 25mm longer and features a softer rate than the previous model to enhance ride comfort and compliance when the road isn’t racetrack-smooth New rear suspension linkage has a higher leverage ratio for improved rear ride comfort Full adjustability includes: stepless compression damping, 25-way adjustable rebound damping, and fully adjustable spring preload Lightweight Chassis: Revised lightweight twin-spar aluminum frame places the engine in the optimum position for superb handling and rider feedback New steeper 23.5 rake angle helps quicken steering response, enhance maneuverability and promotes clear communication from the front tire New lighter steering stem seals produce less friction for easier steering inputs and noticeably improved handling at low speeds Intake resonator box and supports for the instrument panel and mirrors are unitized with the ram air duct, contributing to weight savings and increased rigidity Forward-tilted engine layout gives a steep intake angle and excellent CG The sub-frame is a lightweight two-piece aluminum die-casting and is very narrow for a compact and slim rear profile NEW Bodywork: Front fairing features a sharp design that communicates a new, more-aggressive image New larger fairing openings provide increased airflow and enhanced heat dissipation New lower fairing, rear cowl, and assorted blacked-out panels contribute to the bike’s compact and lightweight appearance One-piece front fender offers excellent aerodynamics New projector beam headlights feature sharp looking housings with integrated position lamps New front turn signals are built into the new bodywork and compact rear turn signals complement the minimalist tail section New compact LED taillight is lightweight, very bright and offers modern high-tech appearance Inner fender above the swingarm helps to reduce turbulence and helps keep the undertail clean Cockpit: Instrument panel gives at-a-glance information to the rider. An analog-style tachometer is complemented by a multi-function LCD screen New LCD functions include KTRC, Power Mode, ABS and Economical Riding (ECO) indicators Additional LCD functions include a digital speedometer, odometer, dual trip meter, clock, instant and average fuel consumption, coolant temperature, and shift indicator, traction control activity and low-fuel warning lamps Large gear position indicator gives instant numerical gear confirmation New mirror design offers increased rearward visibility without increasing overall vehicle width Ergonomic seat-peg-bar layout places the handlebars close to the rider and the footpegs in a moderate rearset position for an intuitive high-performance riding position that is comfortable enough for everyday use Fuel tank is flared around its top, similar to the ZX-10R, providing a large contact patch for excellent rider feedback Slim-waisted fuel tank makes it easy for the rider to grip the tank with their knees, or to hang off in turns Front of seat is narrow and low for a slim riding position and a short reach to the pavement Shipping and Accounting Automation by Teapplix