Your selling price will have a lot to do with local market conditions. I would ask at the high end of the value books unless you're desperate and need to do something fast - in that case I would just put it on ebay and set a low reserve and let it go.
Any buyer within a couple of hundred miles that wants one of these things is not going to be able to get a new one for anything close to that. So yes, $4500 to $4900 or best offer; be willing to come down $500 to make a deal. That way they feel like they got a deal and you feel like you got your money out.
Take all the accessories off and make the bike as stock and as clean as you possibly can. Sell that stuff seperately, here on the forum or ebay it. It's worth nothing to a prospective buyer, they are just focusing on getting a bike and most don't even know what options there are, want to pick them out themselves, and don't want to give you any money for them anyway.
Your focus should be to offer a bike that is an outstanding alternative to a new one to any prospective buyer. If it's cleaner and nicer than other used ones for sale then it will bring more money and sell faster. People want to get the most bang for their buck. 7K is low miles, so if it's as good as new what a great alternative to plunking seven grand down for a new one.
2009 V - custom black-on-black - SOLD