2006 Suzuki Gsx-r on 2040-motos
Suzuki GSX-R tech info
Engine Size (cc):998
For Sale By:Private Seller
Suzuki GSX-R description
For sale is a K6 1000 complete chassis (NO ENGINE) with some spare parts. The setup is as follows:
Internally lowered (1 inch) and re-valved fork (stiff). No strap required.
8 inch stretched and modified factory swing arm with McIntosh chain
guard. The arm bracing was modified to clear the factory voltage
regulator when the bike launches, and a set of pegs were mounted to
avoid the noodle leg syndrome.
Race tech valved rear shock (drag race valving) with a schrader valve to set the gas pressure.
Currently the oil cooler is mounted in the rear of the chassis and the
body has a belly pan attached with 1/4 turn fasteners (the front of the
body is sealed under the radiator).
EK DR-Z 530 chain.
Michelin pilot 120/50 series low profile front tire.
190 shenko U soft rear.
-4 AN nitrous fuel pump feed line welded into the fuel tank.
EBC HH brake pads front and rear.
Front and rear braided steel brake hoses.
Foot pegs and rear sets (with shift lever) powder coated gloss black.
Factory frame slider kit (visible in the photos).
- GPR adjustable steering stabilizer.
- Vortex 3 up rear sprocket.
- Belly pan (see the photos) with oil pan mounts. Possible to remove fairings with pan intact for quick service at the track.
That's all the good.
Now for the bad -
I dropped the bike when it had less than 1000 miles and had to replace
the left front fairing (lower).
- The clutch lever knob is scraped, along
with the front upper fairing, and the left side of the fuel tank.
Sidi sticker covers the damage to the tank.
- The left side lower fairing
and shift lever were replaced. No insurance companies were involved.
- The left upper fairing is missing the grommet and stock bolt.
- The front fender has a bike lock crack on the right side. Thank you bike week.
- The factory mirrors and turn signals; they're in fantastic shape except that I clipped the leads years ago when I pulled them off because I didn't want to pull the whole front fairing. Luckily, the plugs are still on the main harness, but I'm not going to say I have the terminals for the mirrors.
- I sold the stock ram air tubes a few years ago.
Spare parts -
The chassis comes with everything mentioned above plus a spare ECU from a
K5. Two wiring harnesses - one is a complete stock harness, the other
was the original that came with the bike and suffered its racing phase.
I also have the stock brackets, lines, and hardware to attach a stock
oil cooler to a stock motor/radiator combination (no radiator, sold with the motor).
Smoke double bubble windscreen (brand new/never installed).
- Wiring, schematics, and terminals to assemble a superbike style harness. The ECU is currently mounted in the left front fairing.
- Stainless hard lines to connect the oil cooler to the engine (adapters sold with motor).
- Not shown, but I have the black undertail/battery tray, and the red undertail fairing
- The original airbox. Modified with a removable bottom under the air cleaner; used to access foggers when the bike had nitrous for jet changes.
- Modified factory header.
- Extra set of stock cams.
- Extra clutch basket.
- OE airbox sensor package.
The fine print - Please message me about this bike for information. I'll drop it off to the winning bidder if you're within 150 miles of my location. Otherwise, please plan on having it picked up by motor carrier, or pick it up. This bike was incredibly fast when it was running, and just needs an owner with the time to get it going again. PLEASE communicate with me!! Don't bid unless you're serious about purchasing the bike!!
Please read and understand the description. This is the complete motorcycle without the engine or radiator! Also, please know that I won't accept trades for this. Please bid only if you're going to purchase!!
Suzuki GSX-R for Sale
Thu, 02 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800
The first video of a four-part series documenting Team Suzuki’s MotoGP development process for its return to MotoGP in 2015 featuring behind-the-scenes and on-track footage is now available for viewing. Further programs will be available here on†January 4th,†January 7th and January 10th.†
Episode 1 The Suzuki MotoGP test program gets underway in March at Suzukiís Development base in Ryuyo, Japan with behind-the-scenes footage, on-track action and an interview with Suzuki MotoGP test rider Nobu Aoki. Episode 2 The team moves to Twin Ring Motegi in Japan in April and May where MotoGP rider Randy De Puniet joins the team as test rider.
Wed, 20 Feb 2013 00:00:00 -0800
The International Motorcycling Federation has named Franco Uncini the FIM Grand Prix Safety Officer and circuit inspector. The 1982 500cc Grand Prix World Champion (pictured on the left above) takes over for the retired Claude Danis (right in the photo) to oversee safety in MotoGP. The now 58-year-old Uncini won the 1982 World Championship for Roberto Gallina‘s factory-backed Suzuki.
Mon, 13 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800
Crescent Fixi Suzuki racer John Hopkins has broken a bone in his right hand during the first day of testing at Australia’s Phillip Island circuit. The injury was to the same hand Hopkins injured last season that eventually led to the amputation of the tip of his ring finger. Hopkins high-sided entering a corner riding a 2011-spec Suzuki GSX-R1000 (the 2012 superbike was not yet ready).