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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 08-10-2020, 02:25 PM Thread Starter
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I have a 2005 I’m thinking of selling, can I ask how much you paid? Mine has all the goodies installed and just curious what the market is like.
Power commander works well, fork brace, bar risers plus rear off set , Cruise on grip���� Header exhaust pipe but stock mufflers.
Corbin seat, my bike was the mold model and I got them free ��C.Baileys windscreen too
Sorry for the late response, but I ended up picking mine up for $3,000, which seems like a pretty good deal for only 14.5k miles. The bike is absolutely stock besides handlebar risers and now a larger windshield.
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Stick with an OEM equivalent air filter. As noted above, donít worry about the tps unless it goes bad.

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On the used market, add ons are hit-and-miss in resale value. As a buyer they have $0 value because I don't want any of them. As a seller, they are 90% of value to the potential buyer because they are so wanted. To a dealer, it's $0 on the value.


Better to yank them all (which is why "reversibility" of each change needs to be considered) and sell them (50% or less) and the bike separately.
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