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Can anyone tell me about the spec of this F4

Iv been told its an s/s 1+1

The images don't reflect a standard spec' bike, are the carbon bits standard and wheels / swing arm usually this blue???

Can anyone tell me if the 5k asking price is reasonable.

Iv haggled a 300 off the price and 200. for stone chips etc. already-

Is it a good buy subject to a good test fright????


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Sorry James

But i think its Mingin....Awful colour scheme. An 02 model seems a little high as well.
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thats blunt and honest!!!

Not a color scheme id of chosen but it will be painted as a race rep this winter so im not too fussed in the short term, doesn't look cringe worthy anyway in my opinion.

Im more interested to learn if its standard spec' or something the pervious owner would of have done + the carbon bits etc.
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It looks like 2002 F4 750 painted swingarm ,wheels, has emoto brutale carbon fiber rear huger , front carbon fender (non of it is standard)
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thanks Nicolino- sounds like he liked it then and spunked a few quid at her
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as said looks like an 02 bike think was the only year you could get an all siver bike its a 1+1 with the rear pegs removed swing arm and wheels have been painted, swing arm should be black wheels sould be grey/anthracite the exhaust tips look polishied also may have internals removed? and custom seats and some carbon ?
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ya see James

everything comes out when you post a thread

out of curiousity is this intended to be a track bike or is the paint job for your own prefference

after my PM I still think you should pay out a few extra quid and go for a 2003 EV03

does the dealer still have the removed rear pegs?


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ya see James


after my PM I still think you should pay out a few extra quid and go for a 2003 EV03


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I'd rather buy something else than an evo 1 or 2.. 600cc for exemple.. they just work the same way...
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She really is the most i can spend at the moment- Branson i ain't :-)

Yes the dealer has the rear pegs- iv also asked him if he can see f the owner has any of the standard running gear too.

The paint job is a grower- not my bag to be honest so will be changed this winter to a race rep color scheme but will do for this season.

Im going to use the bike for the occasional track day (3 per year on average) and longer distance work. My heavily modified 500cc 2 stroke gp replica just isn't a lomg distance machine. I know this is a fairly uncompromising race rep styled bike but it has the advantage of being 4stroke so will swallow miles with ease and a much larger fuel tank- i don't mind ruptured organs and tendonitis in my wrists :-)

Im pleased that the owner has spent some money on her- shows he cared so wasn't just left to rot in the garage-

Cheers all and thanks for your feedback

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Help me out guys, are valve clearance checks done on the 7500 service

if so James

ask the dealer to check them for you

enjoy the bike, im sure you will be happy with it


so when you buying it


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