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1974 Kawasaki Other on 2040-motos

YearYear:1974 MileageMileage:8 ColorColor: Brown
Location:

Oregon, Illinois, United States

Oregon, Illinois, United States
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Kawasaki Other photos

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Kawasaki Other tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):750 WarrantyWarranty:none TypeType:H2 3 CYLINDER For Sale ByFor Sale By:owner

Kawasaki Other description

1974 H2  750 KAWASAKI Triple The pictures are not real good and the bike is dusty from setting in storage..I bought this H2 from the original owner about 10 years ago,it has about 8100 actual miles,I had some restoration work done by a skilled painter and a skilled motorcycle mechanic,I never put plates on this bike and only rode it twice for a very short distance,it has been stored in my heated building for the 10 years I have owned it,It is almost completly stock,it has the original seat,exhaust,Etc.I did have both the rims replaced( I have the originals that are included)The original owner told me he thought the clutch was getting weak but when I drove it the front end lifted without even trying .Because this bike has been stored for a long time it needs the front brake bled,it needs a battery,needs the new air cleaner installed and probably a few similar minor things and a complete inspection before you go out on the road . It has not been started for quite a while but since the bike has been  stored in a fully heated and dry building it should not be much of an issue.It still has the original complete air cleaner assembly as well as the owners manual,tool kit and the spare spark plug holder.clean Illinois title,I do not arrange shipping but I will help load this onto your truck or trailor.Ask questions BEFORE you bid not AFTER. I am now retired and I am  too old for this type of bike.

Moto blog

Learn on track with Mackenzie and Whitham at Focused Events

Tue, 09 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0800

Focused Events Rider Development Days at Silverstone offer a new, intense tuition-based experience on a selection of new Supersport machines, hosted by high-level instructors including Niall Mackenzie, Jamie Whitham and Steve Plater.The courses will be situated at Stowe circuit, Silverstone and will be aimed at Novice and Intermediate riders. Dates for the events have been confirmed as 14th May and 2nd September.Pupils will not only be taught by World class instructors, the machinery available for use will be high-end Supersport machines from Ducati, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha. Total cost for the day is £339 including bike hire with a £50 premium for use of the exotic Ducati 848.Chief Instructor and Visordown Road Test Editor Niall Mackenzie explained, “A track day can be an intimidating place to learn circuit and road skills, especially for less experienced riders.

Whitham's blog 4

Fri, 07 Jan 2011 00:00:00 -0800

We all like to save a shilling if we can, especially these days, but sometimes, doing a job yourself, cutting corners and generally grubbing round being tight fisted actually ends up costing you more money than biting the bullet and putting your hand a bit deeper into your pocket to get a proper job done. The problem is, I come from a long line of, erm, frugal Yorkshire b####rds going back generations, and I seem to be hardwired as a bit of a skinflint. My dad, although never actually short of money, that I could remember, didn’t like spending it.

Put a sting in your 2010 Z1000's tail

Fri, 19 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0800

SCORPION has released an all-new new silencer for the 2010 Kawasaki Z1000.   The slip-on silencer requires no additional modifications: bolt on and go.Consistent power improvements throughout the rev range have been seen, with no adjustments to the fuelling, say Scorpion, with an average increase 3bhp.The new silencer has been acoustically developed to provide a greatly enhanced engine note.  This means the bike will be as loud as the original in terms of a dB reading, but the exhaust note offers a deeper growl. However, removable baffles allow the rider to dramatically alter the tone of the exhaust by simply removing one bolt per silencer.