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Selling my 2007 SuperDuke. Love the bike, but need the money. Pictures available upon request.

2007 KTM 990 SuperDuke
$6,500 obo
~7,100 miles
Black
999cc V-Twin 4-stroke motor
Liquid Cooled
6-speed transmission
Front and rear disc brakes
Touring windscreen included
Stripped of all the excessive reflectors, etc, but they are included. I took them off because I didn't like them, but they can be reapplied with double-sided tape.
Minor body damage, but not very noticeable since it's all black
Comes with all original documentation with convenient KTM briefcase
Motor Cyclist mag's 2007 Bike of the Year

 

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A few notes:

Low miles -- 7,133 miles. Still basically new.

Tires are pretty new. Front is original, back was replaced (can't remember when, but it still has probably 90% tread left). Great tires. Can't remember what brand (I can check if interested), but they were top-rated tires. Tires are not something you want to skimp on.

Handlebar risers were installed for a slightly more upright ride, but they can be easily uninstalled if you prefer laying down a bit more.

Tank protector was put on to keep from button or belt buckle scratches on the tank.

Storage under seat. Currently has evap canister, per EPA regulations. But there is a simple canister deletion walkthrough online, if you want to be illegal. But who does that?! ;)

Comes with all original paperwork, including the issue of Motor Cyclist magazine where the KTM 990 SuperDuke was named 2007 Bike of the Year. Also included is a KTM briefcase/messenger bag, touring windscreen (taller windscreen), and the roadside repair kit that came with the bike (goes where the evap canister is, if you decide to do the deletion).

Carbon fiber transmission cover.

The odometer shows time (in military time, since the bike is Austrian and that's what Austrians do, I guess) permanently, and you can switch between odometer, 2 tripometers, and a temperature gauge (which can be set in Fahrenheit or Celsius, whichever you prefer).

Minor scratches from a low-speed drop. Scratches are on the low-side "faring" and on one of the lines coming from the radiator. Both are pictured.

There is minor surface rust on the "vibration reducers" (the metal plugs that go on the end of the handlebars). I guess they were poorly painted from the factory, because there were no scratches in the paint or damage done to them. Easy to repair (sand them down and re-paint) or relatively cheap to replace.

Price is negotiable, but I think I'm being fairly reasonable.

PM me if you want to meet up.
 

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Sorry. Updated price in OP - $7,000 obo. Not sure how I forgot that bit.

How do you propose I put signage so you could tell it was the bike and still be able to read the sign?
 
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