1985 Kawasaki Other on 2040-motos
Kawasaki Other description
This is a USED motorcycle in drivable condition being sold AS IS. Was in perfect condition until I layed it down last summer. Parts replaced with used parts purchased off EBay: both front forks, tree, handlebars, brake lever, clutch lever, clutch housing and choke lever, head lamp assembly, ignition indicator panel(not the one with the fuel gage, this one has the temp gage) front turn signals, rear turn signals(not oem parts, plus one broke already). Fuel tank did get damaged but rather than replace I opted to bondo and spray paint gloss black. has luggage rack mounting brackets that can be unbolted and removed. Belt driven, smooth ride, carbs need redone, stating to leak a little fuel there at the gaskets. small cut in not original seat. rear fender broken up inside over rear wheel, hard to spot unless you get in there and look. Mileage is exempt on title, not sure exactly how many miles it actually has because I can't guarantee that original odometer was original to the bike.
Kawasaki Other for Sale
Moto blogThu, 24 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0700
UPDATE: Check out the preview article on Motorcycle.com Very little in the way of detail has been announced, but Kawasaki says the literbike will have a new engine, frame and suspension. Kawasaki has created a new site for the new Ninja at http://www.kawasaki-challenge.com/ with a brief teaser video. Kawasaki has also set up a Twitter feed to reveal more hints about the new ZX-10R.Tue, 02 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Kawasaki announced it will unveil a new motorcycle called the Ninja H2 at the Intermot show on Sept. 30 and the evidence suggests it will be a new supercharged sportbike. The Japanese manufacturer first announced last November it was developing a supercharged I-4 engine at the Tokyo Motor Show, and the Ninja H2 announcement suggests that’s exactly what we’ll see in Cologne.Mon, 11 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Ryan Villopoto won his fifth main event race of the year at Daytona to take over the lead in the 2013 AMA Supercross championship standings. The win is the third at Daytona in the Monster Energy Kawasaki racer’s career, matching the totals set by Bob Hannah, Mike Kiedrowski, Jeremy McGrath and Chad Reed. Only Ricky Carmichael, who designed the sand-based Daytona track, holds more Supercross wins at Daytona with five victories.
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