Midwest "Bounty Hunter" Robert Jensen's 2008 GSXR 600 $5200

over 3 years ago
Midwest "Bounty Hunter" Robert Jensen's 2008 GSXR 600  $5200
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Bike is located in Chicago suburbs / southern WI
Robert Jensen is retired now, but in his time he was known as The Bounty Hunter who set many lap records across the Midwest and at other national tracks.
In the fall of 2009 I bought his 2008 GSXR 600.
I used it for NESBA track days until their Midwest region closed.
Since then I have only ridden it for 2 track days and one Jason Pridmore class.
I always had the bike serviced by Joe Denowh at Turn One Racing.
Anyone from NESBA Midwest can vouch for Joes character and competence, not to mention his riding.
Time and life have marched on, but I have been slow to let go of the bike.
Im probably going to miss some things, but heres the run down on the bike:
Clean title (Jensen bought the bike new
Im the 2nd owner)
Supersport engine build
Tuned for pump gas
two maps (one with less engine braking)
Ohlins TTX shock and 25mm forks (with fork extenders)
Leo Vince full pipe
Dynojet Quickshifter (GP shift)
Ohlins steering damper
Moto-R rearsets, clip ons & case covers
Brembo master cylinder with front brake guard
CRG adjustable clutch lever
Race bodywork (rash on right side)
Newer chain & sprockets
Gilles chain adjusters (& mounts for rear stand)
Extra set of wheels (with old rains)
Front & rear stands
Pit Bull trailer mount
Woodcraft tire warmers (if you want them)
I went off track at Turn 10 at Putnam (of all places on that track!) and from the grass (still upright) the bike slid out from under me and skittered out onto the track.
A gentle slide, really, but it did rash the right fairing and tail section.
Other than that, all the bike had was a broken foot peg (replaced with same brand) and the stand spool, thus the Gilles referenced above.
There were no other issues with the bike at all, but cosmetically it does have those flaws (see pics).
The belly pan also had a burn from the pipe when I got the bike. (also see pics) The bodywork is still stout and it just never seemed worth it to me to spend the money to make it a cream puff again.
I dont mind battle scars.
This is a bittersweet sale for me and Im not a pressured seller, so respectful offers only, please.
Email me ken at danielstrading .com and we can coordinate a call.
Heres Jensen on the bike:
Here are some pics of the bike now:

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