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Old 11-08-2012, 07:06 PM
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Today a guy at work offered to sell me his 2004 Suzuki savage 650 For a price I can't pass up. He's one of those guys that buys stuff and then sells at a big loss when money gets tight. Anyway I think I am going to go ahead and get it to play with for a few weeks and then sell it for a small profit. Anyone want a baby cruiser? It feels completely tiny to me. I haven't ridden it yet but I will probably get it tomorrow. If I don't sell it almost immediately I may look into making it a trike for the wife. So does anyone have any idea what it should be worth? Its only got 3200 milers on it and is in perfect condition.
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Old 11-08-2012, 07:15 PM
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The Suzuki Savage (later called the S40) is a decent little starter-cruiser. Check any of the craigslist search engines that cover a wide geographical area to find the asking prices, and do your own estimate of what they'll likely actually sell for. Pricing is local, so stay within a reasonable search radius.
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I don't understand.
It's a pic of the Ryca S40 cafe kit bike. Here's their scrambler version:



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I remember seeing those Ryca S40 bikes a while back in a magazine.
That street tracker is uber cool.
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Grab it and do the Ryca mod. Been thinking about selling off my wife's baby Ninja and getting one.
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Old 11-09-2012, 09:52 AM
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I agree just do a craig list search, its a great starter bike or a bar hopper. My wife has the 2011 S40 in orange and has had it for two seasons. She is thinking of selling it to update to something bigger.
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Grab it and do the Ryca mod. Been thinking about selling off my wife's baby Ninja and getting one.
I have looked at the ryca mod and I do like it a lot but my wife thinks I need to pay off my truck before I get a new toy.
Unfortunately shes probably right. I am getting this to resell for profit as soon as I get a clear title in my name.











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I have looked at the ryca mod and I do like it a lot but my wife thinks I need to pay off my truck before I get a new toy.
Unfortunately shes probably right. I am getting this to resell for profit as soon as I get a clear title in my name.
Keep the bike, resell the wife for a profit.
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