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Old Dec 1st 2017, 07:04 PM   #21
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Whatís a 916SPS go for if you can find one? $12-15K? Eventually itís only worth what someoneís willing to pay... in 5-10 years I bet youíll see them for under $30K


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Old Dec 2nd 2017, 01:33 AM   #22
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V4.

Money and cool/exclusivity factor aside, I'm not really interested in owning a SL for the same reason I don't own a 1299 or a Panigale R. It's fundamentally the same bike I already have. Sure, it's a higher state of tune and a more refined version but at the end of the day it's 95% the same bike.

The V4 will be fundamentally different and so it's worth evaluating when they get here.
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Old Dec 2nd 2017, 02:48 AM   #23
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Originally Posted by BTrain5489 View Post
V4.

Money and cool/exclusivity factor aside, I'm not really interested in owning a SL for the same reason I don't own a 1299 or a Panigale R. It's fundamentally the same bike I already have. Sure, it's a higher state of tune and a more refined version but at the end of the day it's 95% the same bike.

The V4 will be fundamentally different and so it's worth evaluating when they get here.
it's really a very different bike to what you have, it may look the same but most of the parts are different not the same.
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Old Dec 2nd 2017, 02:58 AM   #24
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Originally Posted by BTrain5489 View Post
V4.

Money and cool/exclusivity factor aside, I'm not really interested in owning a SL for the same reason I don't own a 1299 or a Panigale R. It's fundamentally the same bike I already have. Sure, it's a higher state of tune and a more refined version but at the end of the day it's 95% the same bike.

The V4 will be fundamentally different and so it's worth evaluating when they get here.
Apples and oranges. Saying your 1199s is 95% the same bike as a SL is like saying a 3.6L V6 Camaro is fundamentally the same as a ZL1.
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Old Dec 2nd 2017, 03:59 AM   #26
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I was talking AUD, here I believe they were 120K new and I never said it would get down to 10K......
The 1199SL sold for 80k in Australia
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Old Dec 2nd 2017, 04:16 AM   #27
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The V4 will be fundamentally different and so it's worth evaluating when they get here.
Its firing is twin pulse so it will ride like a V2 big bang

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The 1199SL sold for 80k in Australia
We were talking about the desmosedici RR
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Whatís a 916SPS go for if you can find one? $12-15K? Eventually itís only worth what someoneís willing to pay... in 5-10 years I bet youíll see them for under $30K


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Well since you brought it up, I just sold one of my two 1998 916SPS for close to $40k. Granted, it has 7 miles on it but still... My one with 6k (which I wonít sell) I was offered $19k.

I think youíre missing my point. As things get used, they may be worth less. In 10 years will you find an SL for under $30k? Possibly. But it will have a lot more miles than it has now and thatís 10 years that you will have missed the opportunity to use it. That works out to a little over $1k a year. Is it worth $1k a year to you to have an SL? Thatís not like the $10k a year (or more) that the first owner had to deal with.
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Well since you brought it up, I just sold one of my two 1998 916SPS for close to $40k. Granted, it has 7 miles on it but still... My one with 6k (which I wonít sell) I was offered $19k.



I think youíre missing my point. As things get used, they may be worth less. In 10 years will you find an SL for under $30k? Possibly. But it will have a lot more miles than it has now and thatís 10 years that you will have missed the opportunity to use it. That works out to a little over $1k a year. Is it worth $1k a year to you to have an SL? Thatís not like the $10k a year (or more) that the first owner had to deal with.


Point well taken! And I agree with you 1000% . If I had the disposable income Iíd have one or two


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Old Dec 2nd 2017, 08:23 AM   #30
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Apples and oranges. Saying your 1199s is 95% the same bike as a SL is like saying a 3.6L V6 Camaro is fundamentally the same as a ZL1.
I'm talking about track performance as measured by lap time and five percent is an incredibly generous basically imaginary number. The real difference is smaller and for most people it's probably negligible or negative.
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