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2006 Kawasaki 636 on 2040-motos

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Clarksville, Tennessee

Clarksville, TN
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REDUCED!! eighteen NOVEMBER 13-Custom Creations Paint and Body-Rear Mount Turbo Custom Fabricated with Wastegate and all Tubing -40in Evil Swing Arm-1000cc Injectors and bigger rails-Power Commander and Flashed ECU-Bigger Fuel Lines-AEM Fuel Regulator-Walbro Fuel Pump-Walbro Oil Pump-Pistons and Rods -ZX-10 Clutch and Trans Internals-New Continental Tires-Color Matched Chain-Vortex Sprocket-Powder Coated Wheels-MPS Kill Switch-MPS AirShifter -Braided Steel Lines Through Out-100 Series Front End-200 Series Rear End-Zero Gravity Windscreen-Custom Fiberglass Tail Fairing-In Dash Boost Gauge and Air Pressure Gauge-10k HID-Frame Sliders and Bar Ends-Racing Pegs-Dual MAP SensorsLetting go cheap, wanting to go a different direction. Will accept trades up or down, let me 315-771-XXXX for more information.Clear title

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