condition: good engine displacement (CC): 919 fuel: gas odometer: 26902 paint color: black title status: clean transmission: manual
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Have a bike ready to ride this spring? I do and so could you! I have a 2003 Honda CB900F 919 Hornet. It's a bike not many people have. I do not want to sell this bike but I need a car. If by chance you have a 7 passenger vehicle like an enclave, traverse, Acadia, Tahoe etc. and are interested in a trade plus me giving you cash I'd entertain offers.
Lots of good stuff -
Rear Michelin Pilot Power 2ct put on fall 2017. It still has plenty of tread left for a couple more seasons. I liked this tire a lot. It's very grippy in dry and wet conditions. The front tire is still good as well. I'd guess it has at least 1 full season left on it.
Top of the line D.I.D. 520 ERV3 chain and sprocket kit. This was installed at the end 2017 as well. The front gear was increased by 1 or 2 teeth (I can't remember off hand) which brought the rpm's down when moving at the same speed. This is very handy in slow traffic because there is less of a need to shift into 2nd. Bikes are notorious with the speedometer being very far off from actual speed. This gearing has greatly helped this issue and is much closer. For example, at 100 mph on the speedo the actual speed was more like 92 mph. With this set up it's closer to 97 actual when the speedo reads 100. I think I have an excel spreadsheet showing the difference at every 5 mph if you're interested after purchasing the bike.
Aftermarket D&D muffler. It really opens up the sound of this bike. Loud but not annoying. A louder bike is a safer bike!
Weighted bar-end mirrors. I can't remember the brand but they work perfectly and can see everything behind you.
LED rear tail lights. These are very bright and much safer.
New hand grips at the end of 2017 and are in good condition.
Other stuff -
The seat is in very good condition. No tears or scratches.
Instrument cluster works perfectly. There is a crack from the previous owner on the left front side. I know can be easily fixed with a hard setting plastic bond. I've done similar on other projects and had very successful results.
Clutch feels strong.
Brakes work perfectly and have a good amount of pad left.
No problem riding 2-up (2 people on the bike)
Feels very strong on the freeway and doesn't get blown around much even from large semi-trucks.
The previous owner dropped the bike which you can see in a couple of the pictures. This scraped up a couple places on the engine. I'm guessing this is when the instrument cluster was cracked. When I bought it I figured since it's a cheaper bike I was okay with these blemishes. The previous owner also repainted the bike from orange to black. You can see a little bit of the orange paint on the tank in the bottom of the fuel cap area (no idea what this part/area is called). This is why there are no decals on the tank.
This is a great bike to ride and runs very strong. Starts right away every single time. I really have no complaints.
If interested please contact Scott. Email, phone or text is welcome.
do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers