Kawasaki Z1 Drag Bike Race Kz Z1 Dragbike on mail.2040motos
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Up for sale is a Kawasaki Z1 drag bike. Engine is a 1973 Kawasaki Z1 engine # Z1E129082. I do not know the specifics of the internals of the engine. I believe is is a Z1 bottom end, with a J model Valve cover but I do not know what cylinder head it it. I know there is porting in the intake but I have not removed any other engine parts to examine the clutch, exhaust ports, cams, bore size or transmission. I purchased four drag bikes from this individual and the others had extensive work done to them. I would assume this one does as well but I have not verified so am selling it as unknown.
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Join our new Kawasaki Ninja 300 forum community to learn more about the new Ninjette and chat with other owners. Visit KawasakiNinja300.com and register today! Kawasaki Europe has pulled the wraps off a new Ninja 300, a larger-displacement version of its popular entry-level Ninja 250.Wed, 16 Jul 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Deus Ex Machina, the surf/moto shop known for creating throwback, one-of-a-kind motorcycles, has released its latest work of art, the TT800. Paying tribute to the highly successful Triumph factory TT machines from the mid-1960s, Deus’ expert builder, Michael Woolaway, created the TT800 for a customer requesting a new, old Triumph. It sources a Kawasaki W650 bored out to 800cc with CR carbs, a custom TT inspired exhaust, custom chromoly racing frame, re-valved Öhlins forks, and a custom gusseted swing arm for more stability. A Beringer six-piston caliper front brake provides stopping power.
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