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Used 2004 Suzuki Gsx600f Katana For Sale. on 2040-motos

YearYear:0 MileageMileage:14

Dallas, Texas

Dallas, TX
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Suzuki Other description 2004 Katana 600 Sport Custom with 14k miles Top Speed: 140mph MILES-PER-GALLON: 50 The Katana 600 comes equipped with a responsive 16-valve, 4 cyl, air/oil-cooled engine. Its sturdy perimeter-style frame is complemented by a well-balanced suspension system. The front fork features adjustable rebound damping, while the link-type rear suspension utilizes an adjustable shock absorber. Radial tires give the Katana 600 a smooth and sporty ride thats great for all day cruising or spirited sport riding. Twin headlamps housed in a sharp-looking, aerodynamic fairing provide stylish enhancements. Engine: Engine Type Horizontal In-line Cylinders four Engine Stroke 4-Stroke Cooling Air / Oil Valves sixteen Valves Per Cylinder four Valve Configuration DOUBLE OVERHEAD CAMSHAFT Compression Ratio 11.3:1 Starter Electric Fuel Requirements Regular Fuel Type Gas Transmission: Transmission Type Manual Number Of Speeds six Primary Drive (Rear Wheel) Chain Wheels & Tires: Front Tire (Full Spec) 120/70 ZR17 Rear Tire (Full Spec) 150/70 ZR17 Brakes: Front Brake Type Dual Hydraulic Disc Rear Brake Type Hydraulic Disc Technical Specifications: Wheelbase (in/mm) 57.9 / 1470 Fuel Capacity (gal/l) 5.3 / twenty Visit Mr Old Car on-line at to see more images of this vehicle or call for info at 214-680-XXXX today to schedule your test drive.

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