View Full Version : 2003 black xb9r in west-central NJ

06-09-2011, 07:40 AM
Ok so most likely i will be getting rid of my first baby for a 2009 1125cr, shes a 2003 xb9r black plastics and swing arm and silver frame and forks she low sided on me from a bad head shake that threw me off while going down a back road and only damage to the bike is cosmetic to the plastics and broke both mirrors have the windscreen on that came with it when i bought it, also have black anodized break and shift levers, needs still a header (dented in but bike still rides put about 100 miles on it since the crash) if youre nit picky youll need new tail section plastic, front faring, and belly pan because they got damaged during the wreck. has new handle bars and grips on it and also needs a front break lever (i was borrowing the one off my moms blast haha) and also has the factory race kit and exhaust has dent underneath but not caused by my wreck, other things with the bike it will have the stock pirelli tires on it on the silver rims, has a frame puck on the left side (there is a dent on the frame on that side from previous owner) the right side has a dent as well from me and ripped the frame puck to shreds so i took it off. and pretty much the last issue with the bike is the fairing bracket corners (where the blinkers mount) are broke on both sides but i did a temp fix with jb-weld. I will take pics as soon as i can and will post them and my question here is what do you all think would be resonable for me to sell it for in its current state and if i buy the remaining parts less plastics and exhaust and sell it? or should i part it out and try to make money that way? because i was thinking of selling it for $2500 with the 14000 miles it has on it now does that seem like a good price area for her? considering i will be losing about 2000 on her.

06-09-2011, 12:08 PM
here are pics of the bike and damages and where i have my fingers pointed on the front faring and rear faring are where i sanded and re painted with a can of gloss black, its not noticeable in the pics but in person you can see it

left side faring bracket broke at end and painted black
left side frame puck is fine (frame underneath has 2 dents)
right side of frame after i took the frame puck off revealed the damage i caused in my wreck
new rear break lever from asb.com also note youll want to get new pegs as well
new shift lever as well from asb.com to match break lever and youll need a new peg here as well
Chin faring has road rash on it i didnt feel like re mounting it and sanding/repainting so its off the bike for now
rear of bike (rear tire will be switched back to pirelli as i will be keeping the michelins to put on the 1125
rear swing arm had to be replaced so i bought one and installed it (also was painted gloss black and shines up nice)
there was road rash here sanded primed and painted the area where my finger is
header is dented in and timing cover got a little eroded but didnt go all the way through
right side of faring bracket also fixed and painted
view of gauges and new bars (stock) and the thick grips off of asb.com
put the windscreen on that was on the bike when i bought it also will need mirrors
where im pointing is where i did the touch up paint on the front fairing (also as you can see i got the 2010 edition buell blinkers)
if you have any other questions you can post here or pm me. Im located about 5 miles north of Flemington, NJ

06-09-2011, 02:26 PM
prices seems high for all the damage even if it is "minor" still would cost a lot to fix to new condition. my friend just bought an 03 xb with less miles and in perfect condition for $3000 so i would say a price of $2000 would be better but start at 2500 and see if you get any offers. heck i might even be interested if you go lower!

06-09-2011, 03:05 PM
I'll take no less than 2000

06-09-2011, 05:02 PM
Well I'm the proud owner of a 2009 Buell 1125cr as of 10 minutes ago

06-10-2011, 09:17 AM
I hope you treat this one better !!! lol jk.... The price seems high to me also, I bought my 2005 with 7k miles in very good shape for $2500, which included new pirelli tires, new battery, and a helmet. I know I got a very good deal, but I don't think you'll be able to get more than $2,000, let alone $2,500.

06-10-2011, 09:34 AM
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