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Old 03-12-2006, 09:52 PM   #1
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1997 Honda CBR motor and misc for sale.

Hey guys here is a 1997 Honda CBR 600 motor/tranny out of a Smokin Joes limited edition motorcycle that only had a hair over 1500 miles on it. It is in imaculate condition and comes with the complete factory bike wiring harness , as well as the fuel pump, exhaust header, coil pack, and ignition wires. On top of that I am going to be throwing in a set of k&n filters, the chain, and the frame it came out of which is also in imaculate condition. This bike was parted out for unknown reasons. It wasnt wrecked because the frame is perfect condition and doesnt have any flaws other than little nicks here and there from being moved around my shop. I am asking $500 OBO for everything so ask away. I also might be interested in a trade so let me know what you got and well talk. Let me know.


ALSO ALSO ALSO..........

Here it is guys in case anybody is interested you better jump fast because this wont be here long. My last Biodiesel system that hasnt been spoken for. I just ended up making an extra in case anybody had a friend who wanted one, but nobody mentioned anything to me so here it is. It still isnt finished but should be by the begining of next week when I get some free time. SO here it is, This is the deluxe Biodiesel processor that I make and sell. Fully welded steel frame with an expanded steel top. Comes with two stands that are painted a gloss black and two 55 gallon drums used for the processing tanks. All black iron plumbing, and brass ball valves, pump, along with a seperate mixing container for the meth (methoxide) production. Everything will be going together as a package, including instructions on how to use the system step by step and even how to practice making small batches of biodiesel until you get it down, several other alternative methods to make biodiesel, a ph test kit, a scale for measuring out the lye, an in tank heating element for the biodiesel production process, and an air pump for the washing process. It will also come with everything to perform the test titrations including an eye dropper, measuring cups, ph test kit, a gallon of oil to practice titrations with. Check out the fuelmeister and some others and you will soon find out what kind of money it takes to get a complete running biodiesel processor. I usually sell them for $1k for the deluxe system, but since its a left over and I was planning of having it sold, I need it gone so $800 for the complete deluxe system.

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Old 03-13-2006, 07:25 AM   #2
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Old 03-13-2006, 12:18 PM   #3
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Everything is in College Station right now, but I will be going to my parents house in Friendswood and could bring everything if you want to check it out. It would probably be easier to snap some pictures but if you are serious then I will bring it all down. Yeah I am open to trades, just let me know what you got.
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Hey guys new price up top, this stuff needs to go asap so make an offer.

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new price.......TO THE TOP for today, common guys this stuff needs to go

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new price to the top
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I am still really interested, but would like to see some pics......

no tires, wheels, ignition, plastic....correct?
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Nope no title thats why I have come down so much on the price, it does come with all the ignition stuff like the coil packs, plug wires, and complete bike wiring harness, vacume hoses, and even the fuel pump and coolant overflow tank and chain, but no tires, wheels, or plastics. There are plenty of bike yards in Houston where you can source all of that stuff for cheap though, I am working on some pictures of the frame, but buddy with the camera went fishing for the rest of the weekend so I will try to contact him tomorrow.

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