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a guy wants to buy my stock remus pipes 620ie 03. i kinda want to keep them (just in case) but if i sell them i can buy something new for the beast. what is a good price
 

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Not very much. I see them all the time on Ebay. Many times they are not bid on but I'd say maybe twenty bucks each. Demand is low and supply is relatively high because so many people upgrade theirs.
 

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I've bought a pair of remus pipes on ebay for 26.00. Shipping was almost as much.
 

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I just bought a pair of 620 can's to modify and paid $50 for them . They were on the bike for less than a week before the guy replaced them . So they look better than the ones I have on the bike now so I just might modify mine and keep these for later.
 

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The Ducati price is $800 a piece, but no one will pay that much for them. I almost bought a pair off E-bay for $60 I think.
 
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they are worth less than their weight in scrap...

send them to Strati have him do his magic to them hold on to them as spares in the event that you wind up trashing any after-markets you purchase
 

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I picked up a pair for $22US + shipping on ebay (shipping was as much as the pipes). Not many people want them so they go for pretty cheap. I bought them and had them sent to Strati to be improved.... My recomendation is to either keep them (you may need them for a safety when you sell the bike or some future smog inspection who knows, that is why I did not modify the ones that came with my bike) or have him give you a price and see what he will pay. Odds are you aren't going to get rich selling them. Maybe buy a couple of tanks of gas. If there is no shipping involved somewhere around $50 to $70 is a good price for both of you.
 

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You should always keep your stock parts, never know when you may need them. Track Days,Accidents,Selling. I personally mounted mine in my office ;D
 
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