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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-12-2019, 10:43 PM Thread Starter
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2014 ctx700 6 speed $4650 OBO

Meticulously cared for fairing model set up for long day riding.

Honda saddlebags
Cee Bailey's saddle bag liners and 22" vented windshield
Bestem lighted t-box
center stand
motobritz chain oiler
front engine and saddle bag guards
carbon fiber fender extender
led headlight
modulated brake light
additional USB and 12v power
additional rear lighting
front "eyebrow" lights are wired
Powder coated muffler

You will be seen on this bike!

2 new Michelin G5's and new battery this year. 21,000 miles.

I purchased a CTX 1300 and need to part with this bike.

$4650 OBO. Cash no trades. Located in central NC.
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1995 Yamaha Virago 535
1982 Yamaha Maxim 400

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bump...$4250 obo
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I have my CTX, but your post is a great reference for some of the accessories. For instance, are the engine guards the Russian "Crazy Iron"? Best pictures of them I've seen. I just ordered a set and seeing them on your bike convinces me I made the right decision. Also, are the luggage guards attached to the pillion pegs? I have seen references that they do, but I also saw an instructional video showing them bolting to the same spots as the lower saddlebag mounts. All in all, looks great and someone will be lucky to be its next rider.
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I have my CTX, but your post is a great reference for some of the accessories. For instance, are the engine guards the Russian "Crazy Iron"? Best pictures of them I've seen. I just ordered a set and seeing them on your bike convinces me I made the right decision. Also, are the luggage guards attached to the pillion pegs? I have seen references that they do, but I also saw an instructional video showing them bolting to the same spots as the lower saddlebag mounts. All in all, looks great and someone will be lucky to be its next rider.
I have a few pics of my crazy irons if your interested. Iíd send them now but I donít want to mess with this thread.

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Great Bike! Great Price! Highly recommend!
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I have my CTX, but your post is a great reference for some of the accessories. For instance, are the engine guards the Russian "Crazy Iron"? Best pictures of them I've seen. I just ordered a set and seeing them on your bike convinces me I made the right decision. Also, are the luggage guards attached to the pillion pegs? I have seen references that they do, but I also saw an instructional video showing them bolting to the same spots as the lower saddlebag mounts. All in all, looks great and someone will be lucky to be its next rider.
yes, the engine guards are the Crazy Iron brand. I've seen people post on the FB CTX700 page that they don't work, but we've done the measurements and they do. This particular bike has front signal lights that are flush to the fairing. I didn't like the look of the stalks so in the event of a tip over the signals are safe. The signals are also LED.

The luggage guards are T-Rex I believe they are attached to the pillion peg mounts but the pegs are still in place.

We are doing more long distance riding and I really wanted to go straight to the Goldwing but I got a good deal on the CTX1300D so I went that route. This CTX700 is set up for long distance but I am riding with a group on 1400 cc bikes and wanted to really be able to keep up in the mountains. I'm loving the 1300.

I'm the original owner of this CTX700 and it's been serviced and garaged for the 5 years I've had it. I think it's a great buy. I hope someone will consider it.

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$4000 takes It!!

Bump $4000 takes it

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I have my CTX, but your post is a great reference for some of the accessories. For instance, are the engine guards the Russian "Crazy Iron"? Best pictures of them I've seen. I just ordered a set and seeing them on your bike convinces me I made the right decision. Also, are the luggage guards attached to the pillion pegs? I have seen references that they do, but I also saw an instructional video showing them bolting to the same spots as the lower saddlebag mounts. All in all, looks great and someone will be lucky to be its next rider.
Kathybrg, beautiful bike, great price. Stay safe & Enjoy your new one! (footnote to Clay, above, my new T-Rex luggage guards are slightly different; the right side lower mounting point is at the muffler bracket, & the replaceable "scuff" parts are polished, not black, good product.)

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