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1997 Kawasaki Zx-9r on 2040-motos

$3,000
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Wilmington, Delaware

Wilmington, DE
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I have a Red 97 zx-9r for sale. Has Red LED lamps equipped and also front head light and tail light led flicker light.It has chrome rims and chrome extended swingarm tires still have about 85% tread. Recently cleaned the carbs the beginning of summer. Only problem is second and third gear slips other than that bike runs perfect no other problems. willing to negotiate on price.I am selling for 3000 OBO TRYING TO SELL ASAP will send more pics if you text

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