View Full Version : 1998 Honda CBR 600

05-21-2010, 04:17 PM
A friend of mine is selling this.

1998 Honda CBR 600
14,000 miles
Asking: $3,200.00

Also there are a few extras on the bike. Tires are 3 years old with Lots of tread. Tank bag that was never used and LED front turn signals that are still in the box not installed. K&N air cleaner and everything is wire tied for racing.

Well maintained and never abused.

M: 734-788-1585
E: ericofcanada@yahoo.com


05-21-2010, 04:42 PM
There ya go NinjaGirl.. perfect upgrade from the 250 =]

05-21-2010, 04:46 PM
Real clean for a 98.

05-21-2010, 05:11 PM
Think that's an F3...she's holding out for an F4i. Don't blame her. Once you go fuel injected, you'll never go back.

05-21-2010, 05:14 PM
Think that's an F3...she's holding out for an F4i. Don't blame her. Once you go fuel injected, you'll never go back.

True, even the '08 Ninja250R was carbed; the ZX-6 is FI. I heart not having to choke the bitch to get it started.

05-21-2010, 05:18 PM
Yup! That and "Oh...it seems a little lean at full throttle at 3000 RPM" *Plug in laptop to Power Commander* "There, fixed!". Opposed to spending 3 hours removing the carbs...driving all over hell and back for a larger jet (or playing the "shim game" which is even MORE annoying)...putting the carbs back on for another 4 hours (they always are a bigger PITA to get back on...ALWAYS) only to find that now it's too rich and you have to spend 8 hours the next day repeating everything over again.

05-21-2010, 05:58 PM
I have seen this bike in person and it is super clean. Eric takes great care of it. I have had all kinds of bikes with carbs and NEVER touched a carb in my life..

05-21-2010, 08:48 PM
...I tend to "tinker", which requires carb tuning. It's an expensive bad habit. LoL

Just from the picture alone it looks pristine. Good deal for that bike for sure. If I had an extra $3k I wouldn't think twice about seriously looking at picking it up.

05-22-2010, 10:33 PM
it is seriously showroom new condition.. eric takes very good care of his bikes.. he has a harley also so i think he just decided 1 bike is enough.. i tried to talk him out of it and get him to the track but he is set on selling it.. i have rarely heard of anyone messing with the carbs on bikes like these.. actually eric from redline just sold his 2001 r1 and he had 60,000 miles on it never once touched the carbs.. ran perfect..