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Chain, Tensioner and All Guides.

These came out of a wrecked 1994 model with about 22,000km so are in very good condition.

New chain from a Honda dealer is around $300 and a tensioner is around $350 not to menion the guides.

The 1994 tensioner is a stronger one than the earlier models. It was upgraded in 1992 and fits all the models from 1987 to 1999, as the engine did not really change during the CBR1000F production life.

Asking price $200.

I paid more for all these, but I am open to offers.

Reason for sale - never ended up fitting it to the bike, which is gone now.

bye,

George

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Chain, Tensioner and All Guides.

These came out of a wrecked 1994 model with about 22,000km so are in very good condition.

New chain from a Honda dealer is around $300 and a tensioner is around $350 not to menion the guides.

The 1994 tensioner is a stronger one than the earlier models. It was upgraded in 1992 and fits all the models from 1987 to 1999, as the engine did not really change during the CBR1000F production life.

I paid more for all these, but I am open to offers.

Reason for sale - never ended up fitting it to the bike, which is gone now.

bye,

George

0450 23 00 35

You paid more than retail for secondhand parts?
 

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no i paid more than the $200 i am asking, i see the reason for the confusion, i haven't included the asking price initially, hehe
 
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