1973 Kawasaki Other on 2040-motos
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I have a 73 kawasaki s2 350 triple 2 stroke motorcycle for sale. I got the bike in a trade a couple months ago and was hoping to have time to restore it. I am currently working on a 71 suzuki t350 build and with the snow season starting to approach in flagstaff i know i will not have time to finish both bikes and need to clear up some space in my garage.
Bike has free motor and compression. Has a bunch of new parts on bike and has a full box of parts that come with it including: extra cylinders, heads, fork rebuild kit, lights, and i believe there is a carb rebuild kit in there also. It does need the carbs rebuilt and a once over before she is road worthy. Tank does have a few small dents and paint is faded and crack in a couple places. Great project bike for someone who loves old 2 strokes.
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MotoGP star Randy de Puniet commissioned Deus customs to build him a motorcycle for the streets of Sydney. Randy's brief was for a middleweight, 2-up twin that would be light enough to slice through the city streets and have the power for blasts on the open road, and have orange, black and white for the paint. Deus chose the Kawasaki W650, lowered it at both ends, fitted an SR500 tank, lobbed the old air box and added K&N filters, stuck on a custom 2-into-2 exhaust system and added low-profile fenders to finish off the clean and simple look.
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