Got a bike up for sale, really as a 'feeler' - and may even consider trades.
It's a 2012 Tuono V4R -- it's got cool factory stuff on it; multiple level traction control, electronic wheelie control, three power settings (track, rain, street), quick shifter, slipper... Aftermarket items are minimal; LSL frame sliders, tail-tidy, fork and swing arm sliders, spools, Techspec tank grips, battery tender hookup. Absolutely nothing wrong with it - I've had the recalls done at Pro Italia in Glendale, CA. The bike runs excellent and I have two track days (B pace) on the Pirelli Supercorsas. Has not been down, and I just used some Mother's Back to Black to get the unpainted plastic to look nice. 5,346 miles on the bike - previous owners did not track it and it didn't see very many miles. Comes with the maintenance book and all original manuals.
This thing is pretty and gets all the looks. I don't have much to go off of, but I feel like $10,000 is a fair price? Title is in hand and I am located in Glendale, CA. I would consider trades (partial okay too) - I did two track days and think that I prefer going back to a 'sport' bike that's not as upright. I would just be throwing more money at the Tuono to make it do something different - when it's already a great bike. I thought I would be doing more street riding on this, but have another bike that gets more of that time.
I'm thinking about going back to an R6 or GSXR750.. but may consider an R1. I'm kind of up in the air about it, but definitely want something more track oriented.