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Old 04-06-2019, 01:15 PM   #16
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Nice Speedo mod.
Ya I bet it's a fun model!
Did you do the slipper clutch yourself?
How much did the replacement cost you?
Thx!
Slipper clutch was easy, $260 w/tax for the clutch. Speedo mod is from DUTCHROD on this forum, another easy mod, $220 from the Netherlands if I remember right. Slipper was from HD.
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Old 04-06-2019, 03:36 PM   #17
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Like a lot of you guys I have and have had several bikes over the years. I am down to two bikes now, The VRSCR and my Vic Vision. I consider my VR bike my fun bike and use it for short/day rides and my Vision for touring. Love both for what they are.
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Old 04-08-2019, 02:22 PM   #18
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Check out KBB.COM for retail and trade in motorcycle prices. Deduct damages.
How ever, a replacement pipe from the dealer will be priced much higher than a stock takeoff can be purchased for. Black book is the primary guide in the East and will have lower $ values.
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Old 04-08-2019, 05:58 PM   #19
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It's cheaper to keep her - so don't sell it flyday58 or anyone else ! The R in particular will be a cult bike but mainly due to it's rarity, not due to popularity like a Honda 750 or KZ900/1000 that everyone and his brother in law had at one time or another then get romantic about it and pay big bucks 30 years later to get one back. All these V Rods with Revo engines are so reliable they will outlive most of their owners if ridden with regular preventative maintenance performed, and need little replacement parts. I look at my motorcycles like family members - once in I take good care of them and don't kick 'em out. Just remember you can go buy a new $20,000+ Motorcycle and in just a few short years lose more than the current value of a nice V Rod - keep it a few more years and lose it again. I ride the crap out of my R one up, it doesn't break, looks great, get many compliments, wife likes riding on it - if it loses $ 1500 in value I could care less.
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Old 04-08-2019, 06:26 PM   #20
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It's cheaper to keep her - so don't sell it flyday58 or anyone else ! The R in particular will be a cult bike but mainly due to it's rarity, not due to popularity like a Honda 750 or KZ900/1000 that everyone and his brother in law had at one time or another then get romantic about it and pay big bucks 30 years later to get one back. All these V Rods with Revo engines are so reliable they will outlive most of their owners if ridden with regular preventative maintenance performed, and need little replacement parts. I look at my motorcycles like family members - once in I take good care of them and don't kick 'em out. Just remember you can go buy a new $20,000+ Motorcycle and in just a few short years lose more than the current value of a nice V Rod - keep it a few more years and lose it again. I ride the crap out of my R one up, it doesn't break, looks great, get many compliments, wife likes riding on it - if it loses $ 1500 in value I could care less.
+1 the only thing id add is the R already is a cult bike. I had a partially toasted motor and ran hard multistate runs for about a number of years before the motor finally threw up it's hands as said enough.
Preventative maintenance after the motor swap and the thing runs great even after I burn it up at the drag strip.

Can't wait for my 1487 on a 180 rear end
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Old 04-09-2019, 09:28 AM   #21
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I just looked at the pics and your bike is beautiful. I wish I had found one like it instead of my 2004 B model. Even if you just take it out on a nice day, it's worth holding on to just for for the mental health of a good ride.
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Old 04-11-2019, 05:40 PM   #22
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Completely agree on keeping the bike for mental health. I have a 2006 VRSCSE2 Screamin' Eagle CVO V-Rod which was the first V-Rod or VRSC model with a 240 mm rear tire. It also uses the Screamin' Eagle 1,247 cc Revolution Engine.

I have several other bikes.....but if anyone must sell their motorcycle.....replace it with a convertible as they are also very good for mental health (I have a V-12 SL600 with 25 hp & ft-lbs torque naturally aspirated).
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Completely agree on keeping the bike for mental health. I have a 2006 VRSCSE2 Screamin' Eagle CVO V-Rod which was the first V-Rod or VRSC model with a 240 mm rear tire. It also uses the Screamin' Eagle 1,247 cc Revolution Engine.

I have several other bikes.....but if anyone must sell their motorcycle.....replace it with a convertible as they are also very good for mental health (I have a V-12 SL600 with 25 hp & ft-lbs torque naturally aspirated).
I hope your missing a digit there. Id expect 25hp from a 1 cylinder BMW Isetta which would be a blast to toodle around in IMO
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Old 04-11-2019, 10:28 PM   #24
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I bought my 2008 Mid control NightRod with 3200 miles a half dozen years ago for $5300. I put a Rich’s seat mod to it and with the bags and windshield that came with it, I use it like a cruiser. Love that bike. I have 1940 flathead I am selling but I intend to keep the D forever.
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I honestly would keep it. I paid $6500 for mine with 12800 miles on it. I actually was planning on buying a ZX-14 until I saw the R because while I’ve always liked the V-Rod I’ve never been able to tolerate riding with forward controls due to back issues. I absolutely love this bike and have put 7,000 miles on it since I bought it in December using it as my only vehicle.
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This was just listed on EBay today, project/parts bike. I've no connection other than being in Ohio.

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This was just listed on EBay today, project/parts bike. I've no connection other than being in Ohio.
Ohhh very interesting...

Might have to watch this very close.

I've horded a decent amount of Black Cherry Brilliant Silver R parts and unless my eyes deceive me that bike looks to be that color.

Price for a parts bike (running or not) is a little expensive IMO given it'll need to be shipped but if the price is rite.
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