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I've decided it is time to sell my RC51, as I have purchased a new race bike. This is a 2002 SP2. This is a well sorted race or track bike. I've owned this bike for 12 years and it has always been reliable and treated me well.

It is not currently set up for the street, as it has no lights, kickstand, etc., but it does have a clean title if you really wanted to convert it back. I have a lot of (but not all of) the street parts if someone wants them. It has been down (it's a race bike, it happens), but it is straight and rides great.

If you are looking to get into racing or track days this is a great way to do it. Bike is well sorted and very well maintained. It is safety wired and ready to go.

Set up with:

-Nitron R2 rear shock (sprung for 210 lb rider)
-Forks revalved and sprung by GP Suspension (for 210 lb rider)
-Power Commander with dyno tune (made 129hp at sea level)
-MIG high mount exhaust
-Woodcraft rearsets
-Pazzo levers
- Öhlins steering damper
-1 inch raised race clipons (unknown brand)
-Brand new 520 chain and 15/44 sprockets (-1/+3)
-Dunlop N Tech slicks that are a bit worn (still good for a trackday or two, I would replace the rear before a race)
-Stainless steel front brake lines
-DP front racing brake pads
-Hotbodies fairings with decent paint job (looks great from 5 feet away), painted BMW Steel Grey Metallic

Probably more that I'm forgetting. Have some spares, set of radiators, cheap Chinese rearsets, chain and sprockets, take off tires.

I'm located in Albuquerque, NM. I'm asking $3500 or best. I can help with deliver within a couple hundred miles.

I was unable to upload pics, but here's a link to the Craigslist posting:
https://albuquerque.craigslist.org/mcy/d/rc51-race-or-track-bike/6275544869.html
 
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