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  1. TheReaper
    07-06-2016 09:17 PM - permalink
    TheReaper
    sorry no . TheReaper!
  2. wen
    07-06-2016 09:04 PM - permalink
    wen
    I am wondering if you have a lower fame cover for a 03 650. Part number 47321-10G00-Y7H.

    If so how much? The two hooks on the right side have snapped on mine and I am having a hard time getting them reattached.
  3. mike D
    06-04-2016 11:07 PM - permalink
    mike D
    Brad,
    Do you have a intake cam cover you want to sell?

    Mike
  4. TheReaper
    05-16-2016 02:17 PM - permalink
    TheReaper
    Sorry I don't have the bits , just the stand . Do you have paypal ? If you do send the $60.00 to me at brad211@comcast.net . if not ? My phone # 586 823 4497
  5. Steveclk
    05-16-2016 01:47 PM - permalink
    Steveclk
    If it fits my 2009 650 I'll take it. Does it come with the bracket and springs? I bought my bike used and it didn't have any part of a center stand under it.
    How can we do this?



    TheReaper![/QUOTE]
  6. freddy cook
    04-06-2016 01:00 AM - permalink
    freddy cook
    need seat for 2006 excellent shape how much THANKS.SIR.
  7. rogervv43
    07-29-2015 01:24 PM - permalink
    rogervv43
    Hi, if the 03 wiring harness will fit my 06 Burgman, I would like to purchase it from you. Roger Van Vleck
  8. Bakeisback
    05-05-2014 09:32 AM - permalink
    Bakeisback
    When I make a seat I add a gel pad and dense memory foam. For a basic seat, which can use the old seat cover, I put on 1/2 inch of memory foam. For the Puffy seat I use 1 inch of foam. However, adding that extra foam adds height and requires a new seat cover. Usually I recommend it for someone who is heavier and/or can't ride more than 30 minutes on a stock seat. I fit both of those categories and usually do some long rides. I have yet to hit 600 miles in one day but have come close many times. If adding height is an issue then this is not the way to go.
  9. Kiwi Dave
    11-24-2013 03:18 PM - permalink
    Kiwi Dave
    Sorry I only make racks for the Burgman 650. Those racks from twisted throttle are made by a German company, Fehling. If you do buy those make sure you get as much anti rust protective inside the tube as you can. On the Honda silverwing site they talk about rusting from the inside out.
  10. TheReaper
    10-19-2013 03:24 PM - permalink
    TheReaper
    I'm retired for 9 years and do a little buying and selling motorcycle and scooters included , so I have a pretty good handle on the market and I can tell you from experience it sucks .
    Bikes and scooters are selling , they're just not selling for what most sellers think they are worth . I just picked up another 650 Burg , a one owner with 13400 miles . It had a few hundred in cosmetic damages which I am replacing and needs new tires . Other than those few problems the scooter is very nice , I paid $2,300 for it . I bought an 06 one owner this summer with 4800 miles on it for $3,000 . I hope that helps .

    Brad aka The Reaper!

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  • About TheReaper
    Biography
    serial scooter owner
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    S.E. Michigan
    Interests
    cooking golf tennis bikes
    Occupation
    retired self employed
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    If young men refused to fight and die , old men would be forced to settle their differences peacefully . TheReaper! joeblackakareaper@gmail.com
    2007 650 Burgman
    2008 650 Burgman sold
    2006 650 Burgman sold
    2005 650 Burgman
    2009 T-MAX
    2006 Big Ruckus
    2005 Big Ruckus
    2004 Honda Silverwing 600
    2002 Honda Silverwing 600

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03-24-2017
06:50 PM - SpunN16 quoted TheReaper in post bark Busters / hand / wind protectors
... on it ? Thanks TheReaper! x2 :wink
06:12 PM - TheReaper quoted BurgyBill in post bark Busters / hand / wind protectors
I have the Barkbusters Blizzar...
03-23-2017
12:44 PM - TheReaper quoted E.D. in post Cheap Trunk
I SEE what your problem w...
03:50 AM - E.D. quoted TheReaper in post Cheap Trunk
...need and use it ? TheReaper! I SEE what your pro...
03-22-2017
01:33 PM - TheReaper quoted E.D. in post Cheap Trunk
I can agree with you on t...
03-21-2017
04:50 PM - Flywheel quoted TheReaper in post How hard are 650 tires to mount?
[QUOTE=TheReaper;1503249]Which ones ?...
03-20-2017
05:22 PM - TheReaper quoted Flywheel in post How hard are 650 tires to mount?
...ue [QUOTE=Flywheel;1503193]Tire brand c...
02:02 AM - E.D. quoted TheReaper in post Cheap Trunk
... for a reason . TheReaper! I can agree with...
03-19-2017
10:52 PM - TheReaper quoted westnash in post Cheap Trunk
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03-18-2017
10:44 PM - TheReaper quoted bandito2 in post Road Rash..Big Deal??
Simple tip-overs or very slow...
07:15 PM - Mrchips quoted TheReaper in post Need some information about the CVT adapter.
.... It's that good . TheReaper! Amen to that !
06:33 PM - TheReaper quoted Hussein Adil in post Need some information about the CVT adapter.
So, no one is recommend the OEM a...
01:23 PM - TheReaper quoted McGarret50 in post Road Rash..Big Deal??
That's it! Yes, Reaper, you fo...
03-17-2017
12:03 AM - Scooter_Maniac quoted TheReaper in post Road Rash..Big Deal??
... extra $75.00 . TheReaper! I was wondering ...
03-16-2017
09:05 PM - TheReaper quoted McGarret50 in post Road Rash..Big Deal??
Thanks for the wisdom and opini...
03-08-2017
02:34 PM - jeff_MDR quoted TheReaper in post 2012 vs. 2014 650. Which one or does it really matter?
...t work for me . TheReaper! I'm 5'8" - so th...
03-05-2017
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08:55 PM - TheReaper quoted Piotr in post CVT problem
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12:12 PM - TheReaper quoted Piotr in post CVT problem
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