We get a lot of ads offering a Suzuki Hayabusa for sale and on the rare occasion, a turbo. Even though these motorcycles are completely street usable, they are a special, supercharged bike that is designed for speed, racing and only advanced riders who desire ultimate in power and performance and know how to handle themselves should be hopping on for a ride.
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HOW TO LIST YOUR SUZUKI HAYABUSA TURBO FOR SALE
After you have a couple of photos of the Hayabusa that will be shown at the top of your classified, take a minute to write a detailed description of the Hayabusa for sale. Just so you know, when you're selling a custom racing motorcycle, you probably want to tell potential buyers what you believe the top speed of the Hayabusa Turbo to be. Other points you should cover might be your general location, a list of parts and accessories included in the deal and ESPECIALLY how much you would like to get for your bike.
HOW MUCH ARE USED MOTORCYCLES for SALE ACTUALLY WORTH?
You can try calling a loan officer at your bank and ask him what he would be willing to loan on the bike for starters. This is always a good idea because when potential buyers go to their bank for financing only to find that they can't get a loanfor anywhere close to what they are paying for the Suzuki Hayabusa Turbo, they might back out on the deal.
Next pay a visit to the guy that customized your motorcycle and ask him what he thinks you can sell the motorcycle for.
Then, check the auctions online to see what similar custom Turbos are selling for. Remember that no matter how much you invested in a turbo kit, parts and accessories...your bike is only worth what another biker is willing to pay for it so look for what they sold for in past auctions NOT what at listing prices.
And if you're interested in buying rather than selling, you might want to visit one of the forums where motorcycle racing fans and techs gather to see what they have to say about parts used on the bike that you are thinking about buying. You might also want to read up on the Suzuki Hayabusa to see if a super, turbo charged motorcycle is really necessary!