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2004 Suzuki Gsx-r 750 on 2040-motos

YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:8000 ColorColor: Yellow

farmington, New Mexico

farmington, NM
2004 Suzuki Gsx-R 750 , $6,000, image 1

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2004 Suzuki Gsx-R 750 , $6,000, image 2 2004 Suzuki Gsx-R 750 , $6,000, image 3

Suzuki GSX-R tech info

TypeType:Sportbike PhonePhone:(505) 801-2966

Suzuki GSX-R description

2004 Suzuki Gsx-R 750, GSXR 750 in great condition, crack in tail fin and that is all. Very nice and way fast, well taken care of always serviced on time and done at Speedin Motorsports. No major problems, will be moving soon so would like to sell. (less stuff to move) Yoshimura exhaust Matching DCR brake and clutch lever Newer clutch plates less than 400 miles New tires less than 200 miles New chain less then 100 miles Power Commander Chip 12V cigar / phone charger put in Fender Eliminator kit Trick flasher relay to change blink and stop pattern on lights Call or text 505 - 801 - two 9 six 6 $6,000.00 5058012966

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Suzuki Quitting Car Business in Canada by 2014

Wed, 27 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0700

When American Suzuki announced it was filing for Chapter 11 and dropping out of the U.S. automobile market last November, its counterparts in Canada said it would continue to sell cars for that market. It now appears that will only last for one more year, as Suzuki Canada announced it would also stop selling cars following the 2014 model year to focus on its powersports operations.

Oh hi there Mobil!

Wed, 07 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0800

There was a time when Grand Prix racing was a lucrative affair, with the bikes and their riders resembling the fag packets that sponsored them. However, two unfortunate and costly blows hit the paddock; the banning of tobacco advertising in 2005 followed by the global economic crisis. The off-shoot saw grid numbers drastically dwindle with staple teams, like Kenny Roberts' outfit, and manufacturers, Kawasaki and Suzuki, succumbing to the events and disappearing.

Suzuki to Relocate R&D Facility to Lower Tsunami Risk Area

Thu, 07 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Suzuki is considering moving its motorcycle research facility from its current coastal location to its main factory in Hamamatsu, Japan, to decrease the risk of damage from future tsunamis. According to a report in the Nikkei business daily, Suzuki is acquiring more land in Hamamatsu to house the research center and other facilities. Suzuki CEO Osamu Suzuki first brought up the idea to relocate some of its higher risk coastal properties during its 2011-2012 fiscal year forecast report.

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