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2001 Kawasaki Other on 2040-motos

US $4,500.00
YearYear:2001 MileageMileage:17 ColorColor: Green
Location:

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Brooklyn, New York, United States
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Kawasaki Other tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,200 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Kawasaki Other description

2001 ZRX1200R FOR SALE -- SUPER CLEAN -- 17,800 miles

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2001 Kawasaki ZRX1200R Motorcycle FOR SALE! Brooklyn, NY

Runs and idols perfectly 
Just inspected June 2016 by Brooklyn Motorworks with clean bill of health 
Clean NY Title and registration -- NYS inspection good until April 2017
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Vehicle History report all clear by VIN Junction.

Tough to find these in such clean and well running condition! 

*** FOR SALE LOCALLY IN BROOKLYN, NY - RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REMOVE LISTING AT ANY TIME

One of the best bikes Kawasaki ever made. 
Sure you could buy a vintage Honda CB something or other for less, but dollar for dollar it will never be as reliable, perform as well, or be as powerful as this bike!
A bike known to do many things well: sport bike, long-distance sport tourer, two-up and track days

Includes a bunch of awesome custom Kwick ( website: Kwickstand DOT NET ) brand upgrades: 

Rebuilt, cleaned and cared for to current amazing condition @ 12k miles by a trusted fellow ZRXOA forum member who has built my other ZRX)

*** YOSHI MUFFLER NOT INCLUDED - Will come with STOCK MUFFLER

Rebuilt carburetors @ 12k miles - by Kwick Pete Aronson
Kwick Titanium manual petcock
Kwick Tension Tamer
Kwick 4° Advancer
Ivan's block off plates - Emissions parts taken off
Kwick No Flo Engine plugs
Rear fender cut shorter - cleaner and more elegant that that long duck bill
2005 stainless steel header instead of stock black
Suspension and shocks are stock
New battery at 12k miles
All fluids flushed and refilled at 12k miles
New Delkevic radiator and coolant around 14k miles
Brake calipers rebuilt around 14k miles
'05 brake rotors added
upgraded brighter LED gauge lights
Oil filter changed around 1100 miles ago
Unadulterated stock air box
Interior under seat storage super clean
no holes, markings, stickers ---- pure stock goodness
All green paint on tank, fender and tail is in great condition
Front cowling was professionally repainted by a previous owner at 12k miles with new reproduction decals
Handle bars spray painted gold by previous owner
Powder coated black rear pegs,
Gauge plastic replaced with all black
New grips, Grab rails newly powdered coated black
Relocated single horn under fairing

Small cosmetic blemishes and needs:

* 1 dime sized small dent on right side of tank above 2nd "A" in KAWASAKI from a previous owner's lower handle bars
*  Stock muffler has a few small cosmetic scratches
* Small blemish on left tail sticker - NEW STOCK STICKER included with sale. 

* Bike due for a valve lash adjustment soon. Needs nothing else. Runs perfectly, starts up every time. Have ridden 300+ mile days with no issues.

Includes a full gallon of new AMSOIL synthetic oil with new oil filter, washer and O-rings. 

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Happy to discuss on phone to answer any questions or email more details. 

I love this bike, only selling because I bought another rare ZRX with only 1700 miles I couldn't pass up. Otherwise would keep this beauty. 

SHIPPING AND PAYMENT:
Buyer must take care of your own insured shipping. 
Cash in person preferred, wire bank transfer or US bank cashier's checks only. 
Bike will not ship until payment has cleared my bank account.
Paypal ok for deposit but NOT accepted for final payment. 

I am a trusted seller with 100% feedback, bid with confidence. 

Deposit required for winning bid. 

Thank you for looking.

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Kawasaki ZRX1200 R

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