Click here for an CycleVIN Motorcycle History Report on this 1999 Honda CBR600F4. Additional photos are available here for your perusal.
For 1999, Honda updated the CBR600F3 to become the F4. Motorcycle.com was a fan: “It has more power, it weighs less, it comes equipped with better brakes and suspension, it’s quicker steering, less buzzy, has wider wheels and provides more feedback. This is not to say that the F3 was not a great motorcycle, it is just that the F4 surpasses the F3 in all measurable categories.”
“The Honda CBR600F4 is a motorcycle you can race at a national and cruise comfortably on the freeway with little more than a change in suspension and good set of tires. It certainly lived up to everyone’s expectations of being a great street bike that can haul ass around a racetrack as well.”
Manufactured in March of 1999, this example is VIN: JH2PC3505XM006449, Engine #: PC35E-2024769. The seller is the third owner. “The 2nd owner is a close friend’s brother-in-law so you can say it’s been in the family for a long time. The bike was originally rode around Virginia and then came to California. I bought the bike around May 2016.”
“The tires have less than 100 miles on them and were mounted by Huntington Beach Honda sometime around 2017 is my best guess. The tank was replaced due to rust so that’s an OEM yellow tank but not the original. The front fender was replaced with an OEM one as well when a neighbor slow rolled back into me at a stop sign. She’s never been down as far as I know and garners a lot of attention everywhere she goes.”
“The carbs were rebuilt once by Lior’s Moto out in Corona but I didn’t ride her much after than and they started leaking again so the tank was disconnected. The battery went flat so I removed it since it wouldn’t charge anymore and stunk up the garage.”
“I don’t have the documents but she has new OEM platinum Honda spark plugs, a new OEM bar end weight, I always used Wix or OEM oil filters and Rotella T6 synthetic.” It is riding on Michelin Pilot Power tires with date codes of 3610 and 4210.
Currently located at our facility in Santa Monica, California (please make an appointment for an inspection), this Honda is offered on a clean California duplicate title with registration that expired in November 2017. Per the CA DMV website, it would cost $133 to make the registration current.
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