2009 Kawasaki Ninja on mail.2040motos
Kawasaki Ninja description
We have a baby on the way so this guy has to go . This bike is incredibly fast and turns heads . You won't be disappointed .
2009 Ninja ZX10R
$10k worth of upgrades
191 hp to the rear wheel
Motor was rebuilt around 3200 miles .
Port and polished head $1,500
Wiseco high compression pistons $750
Wossoner knife edge rods $1,100
Blue printed and balanced crank $900
Custom paint $2,500
Powder coat $700
Case covers $850
Protection package $1100
Brake lines $300
Billet race pieces (lightech, rizoma) $700
Brake coolers $150
ASV levers $250
Custom tune $250
BMC air filter $90
Scorpio is900 GPS alarm $800
Plus labor so you can see this is a highend bike that has been taken care of .
Clear blue Texas title
No joy rides . Serious buyers only . Denton Texas 817-360-8327
Kawasaki Ninja for Sale
Moto blogFri, 07 Jan 2011 00:00:00 -0800
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