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1978 Kawasaki Kz 1000 on 2040-motos

YearYear:1978 MileageMileage:10000

Santa Rosa, California

Santa Rosa, CA
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Kawasaki Other tech info

TypeType:Classic / Vintage

Kawasaki Other description

1978 Kawasaki Kz 1000, FOR SALE: 1978 Kawasaki K21000 A Model. -15 hours riding time on Re-Build -5 hours on new clutch -Re-built forks -Registration 7-14 -Disc rear, twin disc front with custom drilling for cooling -Both front and rear pods at %80 AFTER MARKET: -Accell super coils -Lockhart oil cooler -Vance and Hines exhaust with jetting to carbs -Caf faring, caf mirrors -Down bars -Mulholland rear shocks -Candle power H4 bulb -Tear drop blinkers -Harley rear taillight -New front tire/ continental, Fairly new rear metzeler %85 Factory Manual.. $3,500.00

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