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    They're at it again

    These guys really need to check their listings more closely (or get off the sauce while listing them )

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Honda-CBR10...UAAOxygo9Q9CmH

    That must be one damn trick clutch hub
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    It looks like they caught that one, its gone in less than an hour after your post.
    Are you consulting for eBay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan F. View Post
    It looks like they caught that one, its gone in less than an hour after your post.
    Are you consulting for eBay?
    Nope, no consulting, just stumbling on amusing listings like this one... which is still up actually. Just took this screenshot - I'm sure someone will see the reason I found it amusing

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    Well for one to me, it looks like a belt drive pully for a output shaft. The other is the original price and the savings is laughable if it even is what it says it is.

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    So I decided to look up the parts at cmsnl.com - and the latest version of the CBR1000RR sent to the states (according to them) is a 2006. The pair (inner hub and pressure plate as shown in the picture) go for about 140 Euros... so once again, what are these guys doing??
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    Saw the thread title and thought "NO, not another points vs E.I. Thread!?!?"

    Read into their shop descriptiOn...
    "Great parts at Great prices..."
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