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    I popped into York motorrad today with a mate who is looking at a r9t, and tbf so am I, love em. Anyho, chatting to the sales chap we got on to HP4 prices so he logged on to the trade price website they use to give me a trade in value and it was £13,800 totally standard (I am after £14k private). What was really of interesting was that the trade price has risen £600 in the last 12 months. I think they are going one way, at least for some time.

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    Re: HP4 Prices

    You selling your HP4 Soof??

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    Yes I am phil. I am not doing the road fast bike thing now, just track, so the hp4 needs a new home. I will get a 19 bike to replace it and track it.

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    Ah good, it's one thing me not having an RR, can't have the forum gov'nor not having one! Told Jules you're looking at an R9T, she said well Andy can he's smaller than you, you wouldn't fit on one - charming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacRR View Post
    Ah good, it's one thing me not having an RR, can't have the forum gov'nor not having one! Told Jules you're looking at an R9T, she said well Andy can he's smaller than you, you wouldn't fit on one - charming!
    Yeah thanks lol. Although I havent had a test ride yet, so it isnt 100%.

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    Hi,

    Is there a couple of grand + usually between carbon and none carbons of the same miles? Looking for a carbon at the mo if any forum members are moving on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broccers View Post
    Hi,

    Is there a couple of grand + usually between carbon and none carbons of the same miles? Looking for a carbon at the mo if any forum members are moving on
    Welcome to the forum Broccers.

    Could you please post in the “Welcome Area” and introduce yourself, as per forum rules.

    https://s1000rrforum.co.uk/forumdisp...2-WELCOME-AREA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broccers View Post
    Hi,

    Is there a couple of grand + usually between carbon and none carbons of the same miles? Looking for a carbon at the mo if any forum members are moving on
    Sold mine recently. Yes there is a couple of k difference between the carbon and non carbons. Originally the carbons were shy of £20k, the non carbons £17k. Difference is the wheel paint, carbon belly pan and inserts, gilles levers and footpegs. The carbon price was cheaper than buying the bits yourself etc. As a general rule the non carbons were bought as track bikes, the carbons bought for bling/keepers. Therefore the carbons are more desirable second hand, plus there were fewer carbons produced. Each bike has a unique serial number on the front fork yoke and bmw know which are carbons or fake ones.
    I would be careful buying a non carbon as its very likely been tracked so needs very careful checking the frame etc. Buyers generally want the bike as original spec which is getting hard to find.

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    Re: HP4 Prices

    You can plug in the number plate of any bike you are interested in here:

    https://www.bmw-warranty.co.uk/Start

    Click on the "Get a qoute" along the top and then type in the reg.No.

    It tells the difference from a genuine factory built HP4 Carbon and one made locally from a standard HP4.

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    Last edited by JimmyMac; 17th July 2018 at 09:01 PM.

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    Re: HP4 Prices

    I recently picked up a HP4 Carbon for 12k but i think that was a steal as there normally 14-17k depending on milage

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