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Prepping a 2015 blue R3 for the track. Just purchased new, rode to work once for a grand total of 38 miles on it. Pretty much everything is for sale except frame, motor, and forks. Also have a black 2015 with 900 miles that was lightly wrecked- will list the good parts from that once I start taking it apart. PM me here or for faster response email me at [email protected]
 

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I am trying to find a picture of the part but failing to do so. It is the plastic piece that holds the side fairings in place. It is like a little hook and the upper half of the side fairing in place slides in. I stupidly the piece of removing my fairings for the first time. Maybe you know what I am talking about but I will keep looking for a picture.
 

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I plan on starting teardown Friday, will try and look for that.




wheels are not for sale, OEM tires are. Even the 900 mile set has the nubs everywhere but the very center...
 

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I'm in Columbus, OH zip 43207. Sorry- will not ship outside of US


I started taking apart the black one last night, most of the body panels have at least small scratches/scuffs. The hand and foot controls are all good.


Some stuff that I will definitely have for sale soon from the blue one:
all bodywork except front fender and tank cover.
headlights, taillight
signals, mirrors, horn
handlebars, throttle assy., levers, rearsets


Check back Monday evening, I'll try and get everything removed and look up some prices. Will respond to pm's and emails in order received.
 

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some of the parts from the new bike: prices with shipping in the USA
headlight $250
taillight $100
turn signals $20 each or $35/pair
upper side fairings $100 each or $180 for both
handlebars $50 each or $80/pair
levers $30/pair
tail plastics (3 pieces) $65
rearset assembly $90 each or $160/pair
front and rear sprockets $40
rear seat $60


further discounts for local pickup or multiple items purchased together.
 

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I am trying to find a picture of the part but failing to do so. It is the plastic piece that holds the side fairings in place. It is like a little hook and the upper half of the side fairing in place slides in. I stupidly the piece of removing my fairings for the first time. Maybe you know what I am talking about but I will keep looking for a picture.
Yeah, same piece I broke. I just got my DREMEL TOOL out and sanded them down flush. then I proceeded to remove some of the other annoying tabs too! That side fairing piece has 3 bolts and a bunch of stupid tabs. It fits together like a puzzle. OVER-ENGINEERED. It only needs the 3-bolts, and the two tabs that hold it to the big side-fairings. Removing some of those tabs makes it easier to work with in the future. I did both sides to make them match. Now taking them off and putting them on is a breeze.
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I have 2 stock exhausts (1 perfect, one with scratched can). They would be pricey to ship as is, but would be a perfect candidate for a custom setup using the stock headers. I have a chop saw, could cut off whatever part you need so you can leave your stock system intact.
 

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I've got 2 sets of stock rearsets for sale, one has a very slight bend on the tip of the shifter. I'd like to sell the complete assy., (I'd sell one side separate) Give me your email if you want pics and a zip to figure shipping.


General tip for everyone looking- if you can provide a business address (could be a FedEx Office location) that will help on shipping costs.
 
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