1996 Thundercat for sale

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1996 Thundercat for sale

Post  prodigy on Tue Sep 18 2012, 12:18

I'm reluctantly selling my Cat as it's time for a change and with an intermittent ignition problem I dont have time to fix it has to be sold. 32,000miles on the clock.

Took some photo's for people to look at. Hosted Here

The good:

  • HID headlight
  • Givi monokey rack
  • Double bubble screen
  • Stainless delkevic downpipes
  • Micron silencer
  • Stainless HEL brake lines
  • Heated Grips
  • front fender extender
  • K&N air filter
  • Recent new wheel bearing front and rear
  • 2 good michelin pilot road 2 tyres
  • recent new front and rear pads
  • recent new chain and sproket kit
  • recent oil and oil filter change (done regularly since I've had it)




The not so good:
  • Intermittent ignition problem, doesnt like getting wet
  • bike has been used all year round so it's not showroom condition


Extras:
  • Original screen
  • Original Silencer
  • Complete spare set of Carbs with dynojet stage 1 kit
  • Spare fuel pump
  • Haynes manual


Make me a sensible offer, I'm based in Gloucester. Reply/pm me on here or email alcooly@hotmail.com

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Re: 1996 Thundercat for sale

Post  Rosco on Tue Sep 18 2012, 13:45

Good luck with the sale.

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Re: 1996 Thundercat for sale

Post  prodigy on Tue Sep 18 2012, 13:49

@Rosco wrote:Good luck with the sale.

Cheers
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Cheers, even tougher than deciding to sell is deciding what to get to replace it.
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Post  Snowcat on Tue Sep 18 2012, 13:50

Best of luck with the sale, hope all goes well.

What have you got your eye on next?
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Re: 1996 Thundercat for sale

Post  prodigy on Tue Sep 18 2012, 13:53

@Snowcat wrote:Best of luck with the sale, hope all goes well.

What have you got your eye on next?

I'm not really sure, looking over some BMWs (of which there are too many different ones) or honda VFR or something completely different maybe an adventure style bike. Too many ideas in my head right now. wall
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Re: 1996 Thundercat for sale

Post  prodigy on Sat Sep 22 2012, 16:58

It's gone, part-ex'd it for my VFR800Fi. I will shortly have some spares to put up for sale.
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Re: 1996 Thundercat for sale

Post  mrfrance on Wed Sep 26 2012, 18:04

Might be interested in the carbs if you still have em' ..Does anything need to done in order for them to operate fully with the Dyno or can they just be put straight on? Cheers
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Re: 1996 Thundercat for sale

Post  prodigy on Wed Sep 26 2012, 18:41

@mrfrance wrote:Might be interested in the carbs if you still have em' ..Does anything need to done in order for them to operate fully with the Dyno or can they just be put straight on? Cheers

I do still have the carbs and was going to offer them up for sale. I also have the original jets and the instructions that came with the dyno. All that may be required is to reset the fuel mixture screws as per the instructions for the dynojet kit, I could even do this before I sell them to you if you would like.

Make me a sensible offer and I'll let you know how sensible I think it is based on the dynojet kit costing around £100.
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