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1975 Kawasaki Z1 900,z1,kz,dragbike on 2040-motos

US $2,026.00
YearYear:1975 MileageMileage:100000 ColorColor: Blue

Hubbard, Ohio, US

Hubbard, Ohio, US
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1975 Kawasaki Z1 900,Z1,KZ,Dragbike, US $2,026.00, image 1

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Kawasaki Other tech info

TypeType:Standard Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):903 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Kawasaki Other description

UP for auction/sale today is my 1975 Kawasaki Z1 900 that I built to run out at my local tracks.This has been a very good bike to me but it's time to move on.The bike runs 12.00 to 12.10 very consitent depending on your shift point.Mine was about 8000 and leaving the hole at 4000.The motor is a stock 903cc cylinder and pistons,head is a stock 903cc with hollow Z1 900 cams,cases are Kz1000 bored for a big block so it has room to grow,main bearing support,crank has been welded,and transmission has been back cut.Has a A.P.E. manual cam chain tensioner,A.P.E. clutch pusher.Has a shift light and electric over air shifter.The shift cylinder is not on it in the pictures but it goes with it.The carbs are stock with 122.5 main jets.It has a rare 4 into 1 DENCO TRICONE and the sound that it makes is like no other.The pipe has a dent on bottom of the tail pipe which can't be seen but just wanted you to know.The front forks,fender,caliper,and wheel are Kz1000.The frame and swing arm are 100 percent Z1 900 that has not been cut or welded on.The rear fender,headlight,headlight ears and foot pegs were all powder coated almost chrome.The gearing on it now is setup for the street which is 15/35 when I had it at the track it was 14/37.The speedo is hooked up but the needle bouces.The tach is not hooked up the shift light has a built in tach.The wiring is basic with working head light,tail light,brake light,and charging system.THIS BIKE IS KICK START ONLY!Tires are like new Kenda Challengers.It has a rip in the seat and some staining as shown in picture.Bottom of seat pan could use some cleaning up as shown in picture.Has a couple scratches and chips in paint as shown in pictures.Has a ding in head light and small holes in ears as shown in pictures.Head has a couple broken fins as shown in pictures.Mileage on bike is unknow when I bought the frame back in 2008 the mileage on title is 12,500. I do have a reserve on this bike and have the right to end auction early because it is for sale local as well.If I forgot something please feel free to ask. Thanks and have a great day.

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