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September 10th, 2005, 06:09 AM   #1
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Parting out a 650 - Everything must go!!!!

Hi all,

I am parting out my 2001 FS/FE650. I'm currently putting together a full list of all the parts to be sold and will post them up in the Classifieds shortly. I may go through e-bay but prefer not to.

The bike is currently in full working condition and fully road legal in the UK so may consider any offers for the complete bike.

However, otherwise I am willing to sell any part, however small. I do need this stuff to go quite quickly so prices will be favourable.

Many parts have extremely low hours on them, some are just out of the box.

I will ship worldwide.

If you're in the UK and need a part now, call me on 07970 022 627
Or e-mail me at sd(at)simondarnton(dot)com

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leaving so soon?

hi sir,

Are you leaving the fold? Please say it ain't so!

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September 10th, 2005, 04:23 PM   #3
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September 11th, 2005, 04:07 AM   #4
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Re: leaving so soon?

Originally Posted by schwim
hi sir,

Are you leaving the fold? Please say it ain't so!

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You're not getting rid of me that easily Jason

I plan to keep my other 650 for the time being.

I just need to raise some cash to pay for lawyers and because I have only ridden for a total of 18miles in the last year, the previous year about 30, there's just no point holding on to it.

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September 12th, 2005, 11:25 AM   #5
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A multitude of parts have now been listed in the classifieds section:

Classifieds Parts section

Including a nuce 2.6kva Honda generator

Below is a list of everything I think I've listed in the classifieds (initial asking price is listed there) but if there's anything you want, it isn't on the list and you know it's on the bike, please let me know and I'm sure we can do business!


17" x 4.25" rim (Behr, used 3 times)
Off road wheels incl. Disks & sprocket
off road front brake caliper/m.cyl
Front forks
Rear shock
Petrol tank
Seat
2001 enduro silencer
2001 collector
Brembo rear m.cylinder + caliper
Yokes
Handle bar
hydraulic clutch assy
Throttle assy
Frame
Swingarm
plastics (front/rear mudguard, shrouds)
Front mx number plate
GPR Stabiliser incl. Husaberg fitting kit
53 camshaft
LX2 camshaft
100mm flat top piston
650 cc cylinder head
valve cover
intake rockers
exhaust rockers
intake valves
exhaust valves
valve springs full set
Camshaft bob weight
Camshaft gear
Camchain
Crankshaft inc. conrod
6 gear gearbox shafts complete with gears
Gear selector & selector drum
Clutch assy inc. pressure plates & inner & outer hubs
Used full set of clutch plates still fully usable
Counter balancer shaft
Counter balancer shaft gears (clutch hub and cam)
Crankshaft clutch hub drive gear
Kick start mechanism
Crank cases
Flywheel
Coil 400
Stator inc. case
Dellorto PHM
Radiator
water pump case
clutch case


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September 23rd, 2005, 04:41 AM   #6
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Wow, hardly any enquiries even though it's an entire bike being taken to bits?

Am I asking too much money for the parts when all of them are in good condition and from a fully working bike that has done 3 6 mile trips since a full blown complete rebuild? If so, why not make an offer?

Considering the number of posts we see with people asking for parts, I'm rather surprised, especially since I have no objection to shipping worldwide.

Since I've had such a poor response, I'm now starting to put the items onto E-bay.

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September 23rd, 2005, 07:52 AM   #7
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Hi Simon,
Your prices seemed alittle high. If we all could part our bikes out for 7000-8000 USD none of us would be riding Bergs any more
Perhaps ebay is the best bet. It is there you will find the true market value. As far as making an offer, no one wants to be insulting
Just my opinion.

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September 23rd, 2005, 08:20 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by berger
As far as making an offer, no one wants to be insulting
This is business Ken, offers are all part of it! I'm not going to take it personally and get insulted if someone offers me a stupid price for my parts, they might get a foxtrot oscar and come back with something sensible as a response mind you

You guys must pay some pretty good prices for bits over the other side of the pond, that's for sure

Personally, I think many of the bits are an absolute bargain - where would you get a complete clutch including inner and outer baskets along with almost brand new set of clutch plates (pressure and mating plates) for 150 quid? When I bought the full set of plates pressure and mating plates it cost me about 100 quid

The other problem I suppose is the strength of the pound. Here in the UK for a new v1 GPR stabilizer prices start at £299 without a fitting kit which is the equivalent of just under $540 dollars your end!!!!! I believe you guys can get them from $375 dollars - shocking!

But as you say - things are only worth what someone will pay for them!

However, if anyone's interested in something, please feel welcome to make me an offer

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How's that muffler project coming along?
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October 2nd, 2005, 03:51 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by DaleEO
How's that muffler project coming along?
Hi DaleEO,

Thanks for asking, I've added the latest update to the original thread here

so it's all kept in the same place.

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