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Hey guys! :smile2:

I was wondering what you guys think this list of parts should be priced at on the resale after market now?

Lets assume everything is 9/10 in terms of condition.

AP Racing Braking system.
Master,
Iron narrow band Rotors
Calipers.

Akrapovic Full Titanium Exhasut Evolution system. 4-1
Ohlins 53mm Superbike Forks. (Image attached)
Ohlins Rear Shock with Remote
Marvic Penta Magnesium Rims
Kossman Fully Adjustible Triple Clamps

Does anyone own these parts? Tips of advice for maintenance? :grin2:

What is the Part number for these forks?
http://static-news.moneycontrol.com/static-mcnews/2019/02/Yamaha_YZF_750_SP.jpg


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Hey guys! :smile2:

I was wondering what you guys think this list of parts should be priced at on the resale after market now?

Lets assume everything is 9/10 in terms of condition.

AP Racing Braking system.
Master,
Iron narrow band Rotors
Calipers.
($1000)


Akrapovic Full Titanium Exhasut Evolution system. 4-1 ($1,000)
Ohlins 53mm Superbike Forks. (Image attached) ($1,500)
Ohlins Rear Shock with Remote ($700)
Marvic Penta Magnesium Rims ($1200)
Kossman Fully Adjustible Triple Clamps ($400)

Does anyone own these parts? Tips of advice for maintenance? :grin2:
(Ohlins usually need oil change and set up for your weight to work proper )
The rest of the part, just let it be...




What is the Part number for these forks?
http://static-news.moneycontrol.com/static-mcnews/2019/02/Yamaha_YZF_750_SP.jpg


Thanks!


I like the bike! Just buy the complete bike...:wink2:
 

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Hey Beno Thanks! Re: Forks "Ohlins 53mm Superbike Forks. (Image attached) ($1,500)"
Its not the standard FG43 RT forks. Have you seen these forks before?

http://static-news.moneycontrol.com/static-mcnews/2019/02/Yamaha_YZF_750_SP.jpg
No i have not. But again this is a 98 Yamaha R1 model. Nobody has these bike anymore, they are all dead. So to sell Ohlins for that years at premium...Good luck! Besides they aren't gas forks. :cool:

But i can always be wrong on these prices. They are just my opinion, which are basically worthless :lol:
 

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No i have not. But again this is a 98 Yamaha R1 model. Nobody has these bike anymore, they are all dead. So to sell Ohlins for that years at premium...Good luck! Besides they aren't gas forks. :cool:



But i can always be wrong on these prices. They are just my opinion, which are basically worthless
Thanks for your input. Any opinion by Beno carries it's weight :)

I'll let you know if I buy the bike and or of I end up buying lemons.

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No i have not. But again this is a 98 Yamaha R1 model. Nobody has these bike anymore, they are all dead. So to sell Ohlins for that years at premium...Good luck! Besides they aren't gas forks. :cool:

But i can always be wrong on these prices. They are just my opinion, which are basically worthless :lol:
they are not all dead .. just 98% of them are dead :)
 

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Price depends on how fast you want to get rid of the parts. Also how much you'll pay to buy the bike. Most people now want parts that are close to flawless. Former actual racebike parts are pretty beat up. These parts won't swap straight into an R1. Even smaller crowd left for the yzf750. I'd pass if you want to just chop it up unless you get it for REAL cheap.

Boils down to how much is your time worth.
 

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Does anyone know the code to these forks?

I mean they're not the FG43Rt's...



Also does anyone know if Marvic Penta Magnesium Rims came in white from the factory?
If you’re cool spidering buying old magnesium wheels, don’t mate. Magnesium becomes very brittle over years and can basically just explode into a million pieces if it’s hit hard. If you’re looking for wheels for your bike, consider carbon or forged alloy. 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼
 

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If you’re cool spidering buying old magnesium wheels, don’t mate. Magnesium becomes very brittle over years and can basically just explode into a million pieces if it’s hit hard. If you’re looking for wheels for your bike, consider carbon or forged alloy.
Hey man. Thanks for the reply.

I keep hearing mixed feedback on Mags...

Anyone got rims for this bike for sale? I have spare stock ones I'll try to mount..

Does anyone have any nice bits?

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