Motorcycles Prefer two wheels over four?

What to do.

Old 06-Apr-2011, 02:36 PM
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What to do.

Well some of you may or may not know that I'm building a b20v, and with only a handful of parts left to pick up for my build, I might have to put the project on hold anywhere from a few weeks upto 2 months max.

Just Life stuff happening, a friend getting married and a bunch of us trying to do a vegas bachalor party for him!
My gf's bday is on the 29th of april, and I wanted to do something big for her bday this year. Cuse I'm a nice guy like that.

Soooooo, I'm thinking about buying her a bike, nothing too expensive. I want to spend about 2500 max.

I've found a few very good deals looking for your opinions on bikes, or even something else that might be great bday present if none of the above sound like the right present. As this will be a shared present my bday is just days after hers so its for both of us, we both ride, haven't owned our own bikes yet...

1. 2007 cbr 150 (I know its too small!) guy will give it too me for $1600 running though.
(Too small of a bike for me)
2. 2000 CBR 600 for $600 with no title, and needing fairing. I can get the firing, and even a frame with title for about $1000 total
(Lots involved to get this running and titled)
3. 1995 ZX-6R ninja for $1500, needs nothing.
(nothing bad to say about this one)
4. 1999 GSXR 600 with blown motor for $1700obo, and choice of two motors (stock - $600, or race motor with carbs - $1000 - my fav. option)

What do I do, I'm open to suggestions. What is at the back of my mind is if I don't get her the bike the teg build will continue. But then I really have to plan something special for her.
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