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2003 Kawasaki Zx-9r on 2040-motos

$3,200
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:13
Location:

Calhoun, Georgia

Calhoun, GA

Kawasaki Other description

TRADES WELCOME!!2003 Kawasaki Zx-9r. 13,000 mis. Clear title. Stretched 9 ins over.Adjustable lowering links.Reupholstered seats.Full D&D exhaust.Fresh oil change.New plugs.New wires.New Neons.New switches.Zx handle grips.Decaled Monster Ferrings.HID Headlamps.Comes with HJC Helmet with a new mirror tinted face shield.Tons of extras$$$ Invested.Thanks for your time.

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Recall for 2009-2010 Kawasaki KLX250

Tue, 05 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Kawasaki is recalling some 2009-2010 KLX250 models due to a risk of leaky fuel tanks. According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the fuel tank on affected motorcycles may not be in contact with the frame-mounted rubber dampers designed to support the front of the tank, and the tank side mounting tabs may have excessive clearance from from the frame. As a result, spot-welded sections along the side tabs may be under excessive stress, potentially resulting in cracking and a fuel leak.

Seeley On Form On First Night Of North West 200

Fri, 16 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Alastair Seeley took a double in the Ballymoney Borough council Supersport and Pirtek Superstock events at the start of racing at the Vauxhall International North West 200 this evening, what many “real” road racers refer to as the precursor to the Isle Of Man TT. In the Supersport race, the ‘Wee Wizard’ survived being caught up in a first lap crash at York hairpin that left him languishing in 16th to come through and win the opening race of the night on his Mar-Train Yamaha R6. Lee Johnston was the rider who went down in the first lap crash, causing Seeley to take evasive action to avoid going down himself.

The TT800 From Deus Ex Machina

Wed, 16 Jul 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Deus Ex Machina, the surf/moto shop known for creating throwback, one-of-a-kind motorcycles, has released its latest work of art, the TT800. Paying tribute to the highly successful Triumph factory TT machines from the mid-1960s, Deus’ expert builder, Michael Woolaway, created the TT800 for a customer requesting a new, old Triumph. It sources a Kawasaki W650 bored out to 800cc with CR carbs, a custom TT inspired exhaust, custom chromoly racing frame, re-valved Öhlins forks, and a custom gusseted swing arm for more stability. A Beringer six-piston caliper front brake provides stopping power.