Newbie rider

Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by MorningWood, Sep 13, 2004.

  1. MorningWood

    MorningWood Go ahead, Touch it

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    Well I am a total newbie to bikes and am considering getting a 93 cbr600 f2 for 1200$ It's about to roll over 20k and is missing some plastics, like the lowers and such. The lower low end carbs need to be cleaned.
    The rear brake needs to be bled. Does this sound like a good deal? Could I get a better bike for the money? Are there any problems that plague the cbrs that I should watch out for? Again, I'm new so ANY help would be great.
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    about:blank Whether you think that you can or that you can't,

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    buy it. If a bike needs work, and you do it your self, you would be more appreciative of it's power and capabilities. Less likely to crash it and more likely to enjoy it :bigthumb:
     

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