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1979 Kawasaki Kz 650 on 2040-motos

$3,500
YearYear:1979 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Tempe, Arizona

Tempe, AZ
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TypeType:Classic / Vintage

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1979 Kawasaki Kz 650, Im not selling this bike because I want to, but because I have to unfortunately. It was my last years winter project and Ive only owned it for a little over a year now. THE GOOD: -rebuilt top end -new piston rings, valves where redone with new shims and buckets -all new gaskets through out the whole motor -new ignition coils -Electronic ignition timing, no more points system ALL NEW WIRING HARNESS -consists of all new wires and connectors throughout the whole bike, everything is heat shrinked and high temp wrapped with airplane grade electronic parts. -new rectifier and flashers for blinkers, which is all housed in the aluminum box mounted by the battery. LONG LASTING LED LIGHTS -Both blinkers and stop light are LED's so you dont have to worry about not being seen at night, very bright -Pretty much BRAND NEW Firestone Deluxe tires in both the front and the back. CARBS -The carbs where off another KZ but where all red done and re jetted to fit the sponge UNI filters that are on it now. -exhaust is a 4 into one straight pipe with no muffler. Loud Pipes Save Lives brother. -gas tank was re bondoed and painted a high gloss black. many other things have been done as well but those where pretty much the big ones. I'am asking 3500 or best offer, and go ahead and shoot me some offers i am pretty open with the price but please no low ballers. call or text me at 505-504-8441 and let me know what you think. $3,500.00

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