1992 Suzuki Katana 600 600 on 2040-motos
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1992 SUZUKI KATANA 600, Visit our website richardbellpowersports dot net for more information and photos on this or any of our other Motorcycles/Vehicles or call us today at 386-734-1422. You are looking at a decked out race ready 1992 Suzuki Katana. This one is lowered and stretched. It has an air shifter. Engine built from the ground up. It is very fast and very loud. Relocated turn signals too. Don't wait - Call 386-734-1422 today !!! Shipping to your door is available! As always there are no dealer fees ($300 approximate savings ask other competitors when you shop), Florida residents we only collect your county's sales tax and $90 for title/tag transfer or $200 for a new tag with title transfer. No other Paperwork/prep/admin/dealer fees ever! All Trades Considered including Cars/Trucks/Vans/Motorcycles/ATV's and more! Shipping to your Door is available! Cash Customers Welcome!
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Moto blogThu, 21 Mar 2013
When American Suzuki announced it was shutting down its automobile business, the company said it intended to focus on its powersports operations. It comes as a surprise then to some dealers that Suzuki is not renewing all of its dealership agreements. According to DealerNews, dealerships received letters this week from American Suzuki notifying them whether their franchise agreements would be renewed with the newly formed Suzuki Motor America.Wed, 11 May 2011
Should Dani Pedrosa win at Le Mans this coming weekend he will become the most successful rider In the premier-class not to win the coveted title. After his triumph in Estoril the Repsol Honda rider currently finds himself on 13 wins and in joint first and a win, at a circuit that sees him rank as one of riders with the most victories in all classes, would make him a clear leader. Joining Pedrosa at the top of the ranking is Max Biaggi and Randy Mamola, two riders who became associated with the number two.Tue, 06 Sep 2011
Danny Eslick won his second career AMA Daytona Sportbike Championship, adding another #1 plate to the one he won in 2009. The Geico Powersports RMR Suzuki GSX-R600 rider won three races this season and added another five podium finishes to win the title by a 275-256 margin over Monster Energy Graves Yamaha’s Josh Herrin. Eslick clinched the title after finishing sixth in the first race of the 2011 season finale at New Jersey Motorsports Park.
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