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Hi guys, planning to get my first sportsbike. Having a hard time choosing between the more affordable Oct 2008 and a Dec 2011 Cbr600 which seems better as a long term bet given the high COE. They look very similar in design and features even though they are more than 3 years apart. Any experience or advice to share?

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Hi guys, planning to get my first sportsbike. Having a hard time choosing between the more affordable Oct 2008 and a Dec 2011 Cbr600 which seems better as a long term bet given the high COE. They look very similar in design and features even though they are more than 3 years apart. Any experience or advice to share?

In my opinion, if you're gonna ride it for quite a long time, 2011 one seems better. Plus it should have lower mileage.. just my 2 cents though :)

 

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Appreciate your input Ultima. Yeah the 2011 one has had one owner and 20+k mileage while the 2008 one has had 3 owners and 70+k mileage. However I prefer not to reloan and get tied down to the bike shop (BP) so the 2008 one is definitely not such a big hit on the wallet. That's the only advantage of getting it over the newer bike. What are the common parts that fail on the cbr600? I used to own a 14 year old super 4 so I'm aware the repair bills can add up and eat away at the initial savings.

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Appreciate your input Ultima. Yeah the 2011 one has had one owner and 20+k mileage while the 2008 one has had 3 owners and 70+k mileage. However I prefer not to reloan and get tied down to the bike shop (BP) so the 2008 one is definitely not such a big hit on the wallet. That's the only advantage of getting it over the newer bike. What are the common parts that fail on the cbr600? I used to own a 14 year old super 4 so I'm aware the repair bills can add up and eat away at the initial savings.

We're similar, hahaha. I used to own a 13 year old spec 2 too.

I've owned this bike for just around 3 months, so far so good. Mine's a 2010 model, registered in 2011. Mileage @ 40k++

Had 4 owners & most recent ex owner used it as a track bike.

But still, so far so good :)

Just that the tyres are more expensive than super 4 :/

Maybe you could find other kind of loans instead of from the bike shop itself?

 

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I was quoted crazy interest rates of 8-10% interest per year by Hitachi and other bike shops. U got lobang for financing? I need cash for my next car in 1.5 years time. I'm riding a GSA now so the CBR will be my light commute and track bike.

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I was quoted crazy interest rates of 8-10% interest per year by Hitachi and other bike shops. U got lobang for financing? I need cash for my next car in 1.5 years time. I'm riding a GSA now so the CBR will be my light commute and track bike.

Sorry bro, I don't have :/ I took loan from a bike shop..

The interest rate is crazy high man.. which bije shops did you went to?

 

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Just collected my black Dec 2011 cbr600rr on Friday. Prefer the design on this bike. Need to ride with discipline if I still want to keep my licence! Suspect the sprocket was changed to increase gearing cos the ex owner said he changed to AFAM. More than enough poke for Singapore roads. Does get hot, but expected for a sports bike.

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Anyone has a stator/magnetic coil for f4i-01, if letting go, please let me know. PM or reply this thread.

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Anyone has F4i front (right) rotors to let go, please PM me or leave a message here.

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Good Afternoon guys !

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21st Aug 2007-28th Oct 2009 :Honda CB400 Spec III (FY8*8*M)

5th Sept 09-20th Nov 2013 Suzuki Hayabusa K6 FBA 9**6 J

30 Jan 13-Hyundai Getz 1.6 SFV*1*1K

20th Nov 13-Honda CBR600RR 2008 FBE4*4*S

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Hi there, do u guys have any idea of frame slider for cbr600rr 2014 that no need cut frame..? And fender for rear licence plate..?

 

Fender for license plate u mean fender eliminator ? I believe Rizoma should have it

July 2006-21st Aug 2007 :Honda NSR SP (FS1029R)

21st Aug 2007-28th Oct 2009 :Honda CB400 Spec III (FY8*8*M)

5th Sept 09-20th Nov 2013 Suzuki Hayabusa K6 FBA 9**6 J

30 Jan 13-Hyundai Getz 1.6 SFV*1*1K

20th Nov 13-Honda CBR600RR 2008 FBE4*4*S

2015-2015:Mitsubishi Lancer GLX

28th Oct 2015-Mitsubishi Lancer EX GLS

 

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Thanks for info... How abt slider..? Any idea how much does it costs..?

 

Frame sliders i have no idea bro. Hahaha

July 2006-21st Aug 2007 :Honda NSR SP (FS1029R)

21st Aug 2007-28th Oct 2009 :Honda CB400 Spec III (FY8*8*M)

5th Sept 09-20th Nov 2013 Suzuki Hayabusa K6 FBA 9**6 J

30 Jan 13-Hyundai Getz 1.6 SFV*1*1K

20th Nov 13-Honda CBR600RR 2008 FBE4*4*S

2015-2015:Mitsubishi Lancer GLX

28th Oct 2015-Mitsubishi Lancer EX GLS

 

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Hello .... I new on CBR600 07

 

Hi Hi ! Think nowadays seldom got ppl come forum liao.

July 2006-21st Aug 2007 :Honda NSR SP (FS1029R)

21st Aug 2007-28th Oct 2009 :Honda CB400 Spec III (FY8*8*M)

5th Sept 09-20th Nov 2013 Suzuki Hayabusa K6 FBA 9**6 J

30 Jan 13-Hyundai Getz 1.6 SFV*1*1K

20th Nov 13-Honda CBR600RR 2008 FBE4*4*S

2015-2015:Mitsubishi Lancer GLX

28th Oct 2015-Mitsubishi Lancer EX GLS

 

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Greetings all,

 

I have a vintage CBR 600 F4

Now CDI is leaking, any one have idea where to get a replacement CDI?

Please PM me if any lobangs!

Thanks in advance

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