I've been offered an '07 model 550SXV, standard as far as i know and on the road at the mo. Done hardly any work for £4800Not sure how to price these so thought i'd ask...what ya think?
You can get a brand new zero miles 550 with warranty and decent back up for £5300 on the road. Maybe less if you turn up with cash nearer christmas, get an '07 bike when the '08 bikes come out. It'll cost a few more hundred to make it a decent race bike. The 450 is plenty quick enough. Getting on for 70hp. I'd guess the 550 is near 80? in race trim.If there is an oppertunity you can have a go on my 450 at cadwell.
Cheers mate, wasn't sure on prices but thanks for the info If that is possible i would love to have a go and see what the 450 is like Are they strict in XP about you riding your own bike or wouldn't they notice and will you be doing XP?
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Yes its a good deal at £4800and Will is talking bollox as per usual
Ninja I don't understand why you want to race with the old duffers in the open class. The real hot action for dashing young blades is in the 450 class and next season the S3 250 class. Step up to the plate young man and stop racing against the knacked old boys
Because i ain't got a 450 Anyway, most of the top 450 riders do open on Sunday as well...James Addy and Bruce Dingle for instance and Babbitt isn't all that old either In fact i can think of a few that aren't that old :burnout:And as for the S3 class, no thanks...not after what happened to my YZF250 in Llandow last year
I'll ask Ben to get your pipe and slippers ready for Dale
sucks to be here
You selling up moby?
450's are the future.... and there may be a very well sorted 07 450 for sale soon, only done 89 roads miles and 3 tarmac race\track meetings comes with all the right bits wheels\clamps etc.
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