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GabeC
05-11-2008, 05:43 PM
I'm currently making payments on this bike and am only asking what is left on the balance to pay the bike off. The bike was bought used at Columbia Power Sports on Two Notch road. For a $200 fee, the payments can be transferred to the buyer. All buyer would have to do is go to Power Sports and get approved for the price of the bike (around $5900) and then for the $200 fee the payments will be switched over to the buyers name, I'm 20 yrs old and i'm only paying $160 a month and $109 a month for insurance.

2006 Katana 750 - 7500~ miles

Uploading pics as we speak:
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This paint is beautiful, you have to see in person to appreciate.

more pictures upon request.

Brand new paint job. The color is a custom color i picked out called "Cherry Licorice Metallic" and was painted by a professional painter(not people from maaco or econo). Pictures just do not do this paintjob justice.

-Rear tire was put on last season (160/60-17). It's a Shinko tire which is made by Yokohama.

-Rear brake pads were installed by me last season as well.

-Clear front turn signals

-Vance and Hines slip on exhaust (very nice sounding)

-Mobil 1 Racing 4t oil change done in past month

-NGK Iridium plugs installed in past month

-2 Silverstar head lights installed

-Red Third Eye bulb installed

Bike starts and runs like new. No problems with this bike at all. I've fallen in love with this bike and i hate to see it go but i need the money that i'm using to make payments on it.

I'm located in Northeast Columbia, S.C.

You can direct any questions to [email protected] or you can call Gabe at 803-665-0164(cell) 803-865-7501(home) or pm me or post here.

GabeC
05-11-2008, 06:15 PM
how do i embed a youtube video into my post?

twisztdauthorit
05-11-2008, 06:19 PM
just wondering what insurance do you go through?

keifersracing
05-11-2008, 06:20 PM
bump for a nice bike

GabeC
05-11-2008, 06:24 PM
just wondering what insurance do you go through?

i was with Progressive but they was knockin me over the head so i went to State Farm. this is $109 a month FULL COVERAGE, not liability, plus i'm only 20 years old. Anyone else insurance and payments will be lower almost guarantee it.

GabeC
05-11-2008, 06:25 PM
well, here's the video until someone shows me how to embed it into my post,

http://youtube.com/watch?v=HmG74zDlm6s


i let it warm up for a minute but with those iridium plugs it doesn't take long :P but thats why it has a small bog when I rev in the vid. if it means anything a big black dude that rides an 07 Busa told me he loves that pipe from the way it sounds lol.

twisztdauthorit
05-11-2008, 06:56 PM
i wonder what type of insurance i can get.. ill be 18 within a few weeks and i am looking for a starter bike with all these crazy gas prices...

insurance is the only thing thats keeping me from getting a bike when i move.

GabeC
05-11-2008, 07:50 PM
i wonder what type of insurance i can get.. ill be 18 within a few weeks and i am looking for a starter bike with all these crazy gas prices...

insurance is the only thing thats keeping me from getting a bike when i move.

just call around and ask, alot of places give free quotes online.

tsenfw
05-11-2008, 09:49 PM
Got to get an insurance agent, preferably one that specializes in motorcycles. Big companies without a good agent working for you will screw you.

I hear state farm is good. I was paying about the same as gabe for a 2006 gsxr 600 and I was 25.

Bump for a nice bike.

pitbull12887
05-11-2008, 09:52 PM
my insurance for a car is outragoues but i got a quote for a 2000 gsxr1000 and it was only $350 a year with geico...might end up pickin up a bike in a few months

wErd
05-11-2008, 09:54 PM
bump for a local, i live in lexington.

GabeC
05-11-2008, 11:20 PM
night time bump

twisztdauthorit
05-12-2008, 12:08 AM
I tried it geico and got quoted 200+ a month for an old 1987 HONDA CBR600

what impacts the price of insurance? age of bike, cc, age of driver, record?

i heard that some companies will give you a huge discount if you already have a car insured?

sorry , not trying to jack your thread or anything.
bumpz

dbman150
05-12-2008, 12:18 AM
wow i paided 98 bucks a year for mine insur

twisztdauthorit
05-12-2008, 12:20 AM
wow i paided 98 bucks a year for mine insur

what type of plan do you have?

if i can get insurance down to even under 800 a year id be allover bikes

pitbull12887
05-12-2008, 12:27 AM
I tried it geico and got quoted 200+ a month for an old 1987 HONDA CBR600

what impacts the price of insurance? age of bike, cc, age of driver, record?

i heard that some companies will give you a huge discount if you already have a car insured?

sorry , not trying to jack your thread or anything.
bumpz

like i said for me ( im 19) a 2000 gsxr1000 is 350 a year. As long as you stay under 1000cc's its not that much but as soon as you cross over insurance gets higher. For a 03 mean streak 1500 it was $550 a year. Of course your driving record impacts the price. And if you take a motorcycle safety course.

dbman150
05-12-2008, 12:34 AM
what type of plan do you have?

if i can get insurance down to even under 800 a year id be allover bikes

i am with state fARM and i have been with them for 15 years never had a claim and i am 31 years old with no tickets


plus i have my house and cars and company with them

twisztdauthorit
05-12-2008, 12:37 AM
i am with state fARM and i have been with them for 15 years never had a claim and i am 31 years old with no tickets


plus i have my house and cars and company with them

seems pretty rare

GabeC
05-12-2008, 07:18 AM
state farm offered me a deal where i get half off my bike insurance and half off my car insurance, like $120 for both, but the only thing i didn't qualify for is that i haven't been driving for at least 3 years

GabeC
05-12-2008, 11:37 PM
bump