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post #16 of 31 Old 06-21-2013, 3:06 PM
 
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Re: Stolen CBR 1000RR

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Let me clarify for you. This isn't my first bike. I just bought this particular bike. But great news everyone. I guess the police and lojack really do work. They found my bike last night. Damage doesn't look too bad. It looks like they were trying to keep it.

1. The frame sliders have been removed
2. The frame that holds the license plate has been removed
3. The fairings are cracked on the bottom ( How the hell did they do that)
4. My keys don't work. It looks like they've changed the keys for the ignition, gas tank, and trunk.
5. The steering feels looser than I remember
6. I haven't noticed any leaks
WOW!!!!!! you got it back that sucks about the cracks! bet the cracked the fairings moving your bike...
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Re: Stolen CBR 1000RR

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Let me clarify for you. This isn't my first bike. I just bought this particular bike. But great news everyone. I guess the police and lojack really do work. They found my bike last night. Damage doesn't look too bad. It looks like they were trying to keep it.

1. The frame sliders have been removed
2. The frame that holds the license plate has been removed
3. The fairings are cracked on the bottom ( How the hell did they do that)
4. My keys don't work. It looks like they've changed the keys for the ignition, gas tank, and trunk.
5. The steering feels looser than I remember
6. I haven't noticed any leaks
Sounds like they tried to steal the bike and play it off as their own. change the keys and ignition and gas tank and what not with a key they have and just slap their own plate on it.
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Re: Stolen CBR 1000RR

Glad you got it back

2005 1000RR, Matte black/candy apple red graphics
-1/+3 DID 520
PC-3
Brake/running/turn signal in passenger pegs
HID & projectors
re-fabbed seats more cushion
Red SS brake lines
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So I take it the guy is in jail awating a trial. Gahhhh.. friggin idiot. I hope he didn't taint your bike too bad :/ when you mean looser? I guess it's hard for me to grasp.
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3. The fairings are cracked on the bottom ( How the hell did they do that)

5. The steering feels looser than I remember
3: Lifting it into the van probably.

5. Probably fubar'd the damper when they broke the steering lock.

If the bike isn't braking properly, you don't start by rebuilding the engine.
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Re: Stolen CBR 1000RR

I'm both happy and sad for you. Happy to know that the lojack works, but you probably would've been better off not getting it back. Hopefully, damage is minimal and you can get it back to how it was. I wonder if insurance covers damage by theft?
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Re: Stolen CBR 1000RR

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I wonder if insurance covers damage by theft?
Depends on the policy. If you've got a good broker, he would have added depreciation due to theft as well as covering any damages.

If the bike isn't braking properly, you don't start by rebuilding the engine.
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I think they cover it. They said they were coming to inspect it next week. Wish me luck. Such an inconvenience. But I'm still glad I got it back and these b*****s aren't having fun on my bike.
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I think they cover it. They said they were coming to inspect it next week. Wish me luck. Such an inconvenience. But I'm still glad I got it back and these b*****s aren't having fun on my bike.
Make sure all the fairings are damaged so you get a nice shiney new set - and don't forget the BST Carbon wheels they took off and replaced with a stock set.

If the bike isn't braking properly, you don't start by rebuilding the engine.
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Make sure all the fairings are damaged so you get a nice shiney new set - and don't forget the BST Carbon wheels they took off and replaced with a stock set.
LOL! Seriously, don't cheat on it too much, but if there is damage to anything that wasn't previous, point it out. I'd defintely be concerned about the electronic damper too. I'd have a list ready and be prepared with pictures to substantiate your claims as well. I don't know that they would write off a bike as being "totalled" in a theft recovery, but you never know.
Glad you got it back and good luck!
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OKAY!!!! The bike came back. Not exactly in good shape, but it sounds like repairable. Maybe, now you will be compensated enough to fix up the damaged parts. I hope. In any case; not many get they're possessions back in one piece, nor, do they get a chance to fix it. This is in a way, better than nothing. So, be positive and start thinking about parts you need, like a steering damper for starter's, ( if its electronic, the wiring might be cut, or it got damaged when it was hauled ), damaged possibly due to being lifted hard from the front.

If you don't stand for something, then you'll fall for anything. The proverbial "trick", is not to follow anyone elses idea of reality. Be an individual. The future belongs to those who prepare for it.
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Re: Stolen CBR 1000RR

I still can't believe I got it back. I thought I would never see it again. I was already looking for a new bike with my insurance check. Insurance came by today. Gave me an estimate of 1300. I have to take it to a shop so they can check out the steering damper. They're gonna change the locks and give me new keys. They have the bottom fairing costing over 500. I can probably get a whole new fairing set for that much. Maybe I'll change the color. They said if they find anything else to let them know. So it looks like the rebuild will begin. Thanks everyone for the support.
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****ers..So glad u have insurance though - very smart.
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Re: Stolen CBR 1000RR

How`s your so to say newly revised bike doing now?
Did you change the colour too?
Would be nice to see some photos :-)
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How`s your so to say newly revised bike doing now?
Did you change the colour too?
Would be nice to see some photos :-)

If the bike isn't braking properly, you don't start by rebuilding the engine.
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