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 blogTue, 18 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800
World Superbike testing at Phillip Island came to a close today, and when the dust settled, reigning champion Tom Sykes stamped his authority, setting the fastest time of the test at 1:30.239, just five thousandths shy of the outright lap record held by Carlos Checa. The time was set during the morning session of testing, though nobody was able to best Sykes for the remainder of the day. Eugene Laverty, who was fastest on day one, showed his pace was no fluke as he stayed near the top of the time sheets, ultimately finishing second behind Sykes, with a best time of 1:30.513.Mon, 02 Jul 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Nearly three months on since Joan Lascorz's accident in the post-race test at Imola, the first image has appeared showing the Spaniard in good spirits whilst he undergoes rehabilitation. The terrible crash left the 27-year-old factory Kawasaki rider with a fracture to his C6 vertebrae, and fears that it would leave him quadriplegic. Fortunately, as shown in the picture with his raised arm, Lascorz has recovered full sensitivity in his upper limbs.Tue, 19 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Reigning World Superbike Champion Tom Sykes has signed a contract extension with Kawasaki to see him continue to ride for Team Green through the 2016 season. Sykes, who currently holds a 44-point lead over Aprilia‘s Sylvain Guintoli with three rounds remaining in the season, has been with Kawasaki since 2010. Since hopping on board the Ninja ZX-10R superbike, Sykes has won 22 WSBK races and holds a record for 23 Superpoles in the current qualifying format.
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