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2009 Honda CBR600RR Parts

2009 Honda CBR600RR
Front Tire:
120/70ZR-17 58W
Rear Tire:
180/55ZR-17 73W
Spark Plug:
IMR9E-9HES
Battery:
YTZ10S
Stock Chain/Belt:
525x112
Front Sprocket:
16T
Rear Sprocket:
42T
Front Brake Pads:
Dual radial-mounted four-piston calipers with 310 mm discs
Oil Filter:
KN-204
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Racing Components Lowering Kit
$39.99 - $140.21
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Vortex Racing Components Lowering KitCNC machined from 6061 billet aluminum Lowers the center of gravity for drag racing, increasing tire traction for a better launch Lowers the motorcycle for an a...
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PSR Fully Adjustable Lowering Links Lower center of gravity for better launches and rider confidence CNC machined for excellent fit and finish Fully adjustable applications allow adjustment...
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Lowering Links
$53.95 - $147.95
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PSR Lowering Links Lower center of gravity for better launches and rider confidence CNC machined for excellent fit and finish Available in black or silver One, two or three hole lowering posit...

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