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post #1 of 134 (permalink) Old 04-08-2017, 09:20 PM Thread Starter
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For Sale Honda Fury LE (Everything you would want)

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i'll be taking more pictures within the next week and it be listed on CL and eBay,

6k Miles.

$9,950

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Good luck selling. You are asking more for a bike with 6k miles than I paid brand new. By $2,000...

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Good luck selling. You are asking more for a bike with 6k miles than I paid brand new. By $2,000...
In his defense it does have a Sumo kit on it and aftermarket seat and reaper front fender and aftermarket pipes and aftermarket forward controls... So probably easily $4-4500 in aftermarket parts.... But still good luck selling.

I'm still trying to figure out how you have 1 post but have been a member since 2010.... Lol

Oh and I almost forgot.... Its a LE...... Lol
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Good luck selling. You are asking more for a bike with 6k miles than I paid brand new. By $2,000...
By $2,520 on me

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In his defense it does have a Sumo kit on it and aftermarket seat and reaper front fender and aftermarket pipes and aftermarket forward controls... So probably easily $4-4500 in aftermarket parts.... But still good luck selling.
That may be true. But there is one thing I have learned through the years is that any mods do not help the resale value on vehicles.
I myself prefer stock untouched motorcycles.
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I'm still trying to figure out how you have 1 post but have been a member since 2010.... Lol
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That may be true. But there is one thing I have learned through the years is that any mods do not help the resale value on vehicles.
I myself prefer stock untouched motorcycles.
I understand that aftermarket parts don't necessarily add to or retain there value BUT if someone wanted those mods and planned on doing them to a new bike it would be a time and money saver.

I bought my bike 3 years ago when the price of these bikes new was still up there and I paid $8K for a bone stock 2011 with 806 miles on the clock.. At that time this bike was still blue booking for $10K... Knowing what I know now I would have gladly paid a little more for a bike that already had the wide tire kit just to save the cost and hassle of having to change it all out... But thats me... Everyone has their own ideas.
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Well almost

i'll be taking more pictures within the next week and it be listed on CL and eBay,

6k Miles.

$9,950

It might help if you included your location in the posting... And welcome to the forum.... Lol


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Good luck selling. You are asking more for a bike with 6k miles than I paid brand new. By $2,000...
Thanks.

if your happy with a stock fury then cool, i wasn't.

Sumo 250 Fat Tire kit
Custom Fat Shorty V CUT fender with LED blinker lights
Low&Mean Front Fender
Low&Mean Air intake adapter
Spike AirFilter
Custom Seat
Custom Exhaust
DLX Spike Gunner controls
Low&Mean 1" Fork Ext
Tear Drop Mirror
Custom Speedometer
Led Lighting (BLUE)

Thats most of the bells and whistles I'm sure I'm leaving out a few things.

have receipts for everything.
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But there is one thing I have learned through the years is that any mods do not help the resale value on vehicles.
I myself prefer stock untouched motorcycles.
Agreed I would never buy anything but stock since only a very few are modified to factory standards by skilled craftsmen. Otherwise it's very hard to tell what you are getting until it's too late. The main reason, it's just too damn expensive to get that kind of work done. Custom wiring for electrical mods is one of the worst for quality. Very few modders solder, shrink-wrap and sheath for protection or even know how to add an electrical circuit the 'factory' way.

That said the 7-8 year old bike in question certainly seems to have quality components on the outside
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I understand that aftermarket parts don't necessarily add to or retain there value BUT if someone wanted those mods and planned on doing them to a new bike it would be a time and money saver.

I bought my bike 3 years ago when the price of these bikes new was still up there and I paid $8K for a bone stock 2011 with 806 miles on the clock.. At that time this bike was still blue booking for $10K... Knowing what I know now I would have gladly paid a little more for a bike that already had the wide tire kit just to save the cost and hassle of having to change it all out... But thats me... Everyone has their own ideas.
Yep. I prefer to not only get the exact ones I like, but I also prefer to do them myself, that way I know the quality of the modifications is what it should be. It's tough to get the cost of the mods back. But like you said, the perfect buyer will make this go much smoother.

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Thanks.

if your happy with a stock fury then cool, i wasn't.
I wasn't either. But I put the mods on I wanted. It's tough to get the cost of the mods back. Find the perfect buyer, and you will.

I was very serious in wishing you luck!

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