Honda CB600F Hornet (BG07LDV)

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Bike Description

Tool kit has a pair of chunky pliers. Broke the handle yesterday, so they & the broken handle are still in there. -Forks dropped in clamps, should measure 4mm from top clamp (confirm Jared Whiting), which definitely isn’t standard. Fork seals are basically brand new, but they didn’t change the dust seals, so they are degraded/cracked. Slight blemishes on lower fork legs, around 60-80mm from the top. -Steering lock (I assume) will be broken -There are two grey side cowlings. One has the OEM bolt and tightens normally. The cowling next to your right leg has only one bolt, it’s not OEM, and it tightens just enough, but almost like the last 10% of the thread has been cross-threaded. -Whilst overall good condition and kept under a cover, bike will show tell tale signs of being kept outside (rust on bolts, inside the holes in the discs etc) -Frame bolt just in front of rear brake lever is not OEM. -Below the pegs there are pin looking things around 40mm long, both have been removed. However, the peg still has the housing for the pin, approx. 30mm below the peg. Both ground down on a trackday by 50%, left much more than the right. -Exhaust looks like a MIVV Double Gun (although I think it’s a cheap copy, got it off ebay). -All 4 indicators are taped up with black electrical tape, the standard fixings don’t keep them secure. Rear left hand indicator if taken apart will show a fresh solder. -25000 (ish) miles -New (Black DID) chain and (unbranded) sprocket around 1,500 miles ago. On a stand at Rockingham we noticed if the wheel is spun by hand, there’s a tight spot in the chain that will cause the wheel to feel like it’s binding -On that note, the chain needs tightening! I’d say it’s over 60mm of slack (total both ways). I left it a bit loose, because of the tight spot. -Battery is brand new. Can’t remember the make, but can dig out receipt. -Fluid changed in both brakes approx. 600 miles ago, so looks fresh. -Michelin Road Pilot 2 rear. Slight flat spot, really badly blistered all the way to the edge on the left and most the way to the right from the trackday. Angel GT front (500 miles max). -Rear brake pad (the one on the right) is slightly bent from when the piston stuck on in Brecon, and I had to prize it off. The rear disc isn’t in great shape, as this happened twice before it was fully fixed. Brake pads are new looking, but around 50% wear. Compared with the front, similar wear, but look years old (bike sat for a while before I purchased in May). -Paint missing from radiator, as you can see in the picture -2 of 3 bolts in the dash are missing from the last ride (OK, they fell out a while ago…whatever) -Obvious wear marks on rear pillion handles, from the OXFORD bag being attached to it. -Horn couldn’t say boo to a goose, I was too embarrassed to even use it.

Theft Description

Parked outside my brothers for 3 hours (well, apparently less). Steering lock & disc lock on a driveway. Oxford Titan disc lock smashed to bits, assume steering lock is broken also. Stolen from B14 postcode.

Recovery Description

Police found the bike in a property a few miles away. I'm unsure of condition currently, as I'm not allowed to view it until they've finished finger printing.
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