Kawasaki Z125 Forum banner

1 - 15 of 15 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
562 Posts
IMHO, your price is too high. I'm guessing you paid $450 plus shipping for that, and because it's new, you think $400 is a good price. It's not. Sorry.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
8 Posts
Discussion Starter #3
Well you?re partially correct, yes it was purchased for roughly that amount, which is no real surprise, but it was purchased for me as a gift from my grandson. I?m a 72 year old retiree that lives in a community with certain HOA rules and since I, very regularly, use my bike for running around the neighborhood (getting mail, gym and pool) I really don?t feel like getting ?noise nuisance? letters or potential fines in my mail box. So I?m just trying to recoup some of my money that I have already paid back to my grandson, and I?m sure at some point with as many of these bikes that are being sold somebody will be willing to save a few bucks including tax and purchase this one.....IMHO
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
73 Posts
IMHO, your price is too high. I'm guessing you paid $450 plus shipping for that, and because it's new, you think $400 is a good price. It's not. Sorry.
I don't know any site online that has a better price than $400. No idea why you would make a comment like that. If you don't want to save some money then don't buy it from him and go order one for $50 more.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
562 Posts
My buddy got his for under $400 shipped from riders discount.
Yeah me too, $395 with free shipping. And my Bazzaz was $239. But $400 would still be too high even if the best price was $450.

About all I can say to the OP is good luck with the sale. The world is full of people trying to get their money back from poor decisions. My personal rule is half price. Stuff generally sells in a day then. $50 less than paid is going to sit here forever.

Moderators: this has already been posted here. For sale posts don't belong in the tech section. Likewise multiple posts for the same item generally aren't allowed, so please delete.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
562 Posts
That's not a link.
Riders Discount is primarily a phone and forum operated business. If you need to click a link, go somewhere else and pay $50 for the convenience of a link.

Riders discount has a presence on many forums, but not this one unfortunately. Mike seems like the Kawasaki guy, and I bought a lot of stuff from him for both my Ninja 300 race bike and my Z125. TJ is the guy I buy from for triumph parts and I think he does Yamaha bikes too, big on the R6 parts.

Before I even bought anything for my Z125, I made a wishlist and sent it to Mike. and he priced everything. Most of my stuff came from him, and I saved hundreds of dollars. Some of my other stuff came from Hardracing, and some other vendors, so Riders Discount isn't the answer for everything.

Over the last 5 years building race bikes, I spent about $15K at Riders Discount, and saved about 4 or 5K compared to other common vendors. They sepcialize in the common performance upgrades like exhausts, tuners, rotors, brade lines and pads, and even higher end stuff like ohlins suspension, Brembo rotors, Attack rearsets and Apex triple clamps. Oh and they sell my favorite leathers, RST at great prices. This is important to me, since the paramedics tend to cut my leathers off me after I crash, LOL.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
315 Posts
also I’m sure on some products they aren’t supposed to advertise actual sales prices which is why several vendors will have you pm/email them for savings.
 
1 - 15 of 15 Posts
Top