2001 Kawasaki Ninja on mail.2040motos
Kawasaki Ninja description
Ninja Kawasaki 2001 ZX7R (p6) 750cc mod to 800cc
About 35k miles, about 30k of them put on myself. Know previous owner.
Modified to look like a street fighter / naked type. Took off all plastics. Have most of them. Front, 2 different types of rear, extra lights, mirrors, bar ends, sliders and extra stock pipe and other things.
Changed to electronic gauges and single front headlight
Doesn't run now. Dont have time to fix. I think has to do with carburetor. Have started it by running start but would turn off shortly thereafter. Was my main mode of transportation, Now got lazy and got a car. Perfect starter bike if you want to learn. Got plenty of power but not too much. If you screw up by giving too much power or dropping clutch accidentally you should not do a wheelie/backflip. Pretty durable, been down but is made like a tank. (if someone tells you the bike hasn't been down, they are not telling the truth. Every bike/biker I ever knew dropped it at one point or another.)
Sounds sexy/beasty. Not like a harley but not like a bumble bee. This bike looks and sounds great. Just in need of some upkeep. I'm also moving so storage is tight where I'm at.
Contact me if interested or have questions. Serious buyers and inquiries only please. Reasonable offers accepted. Don't make an appointment if you're not planning to show up. I don't have time to deal with flakes and inconsiderate people.
Sold as is.
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