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  1. GSXR 750Y, 2000 - 30,100 miles, track fairings in very good condition, refurbished front calipers. Metzeler RR tyres. GSXR 750K3, 2003 - 28,500 miles, standard fairings and Akrapovic end can with scratches, Ohlins rear shock serviced by KAIS in 2016 ,refurbished front calipers, Comp K slicks in good condition. Footpeg bracket mounting lug broken when previous owner dropped the bike (resulting in Cat D) but professionally TIG welded back on. so no problem. Spare set of wheels with Mitchelin Pilot Road 3 tyres plus other spares. Both bikes run really well. £3K the lot. Tel 07946 329459
  2. £3500 Selling my track bike - No V5 (it has never been registered)(Frame and engine numbers intact) Usual age related wear and tear, all working as it should. Spare wheels with discs, wet tyres, and crush for rear. Front and rear stands Extra set of discs Brembo master Hel Braided lines Hyper Pro damper Fresh oil and water Crescent engine covers Diamond rear sets Full yoshi system Lightech chain adjusteders Maxton rear shock 520 chain and sprockets Dynojet quick shifter Aftermarket clip ons Renthal grips Ignition removed original shock original master spare screens come and see it - pretty sure you will buy it £3500 Contact: Michael: 07789 513 515 Location: Norwich, Norfolk
  3. Fuel tank for sale- £250 including UK delivery Suzuki GSXR600 or GSXR750 Suits L1 to L6 (2011 to 2016) models Original blue paint, the was removed from a new bike at zero miles, but has some slight damage from storage. NO DINTS There is a scratch to the right side where the tank has rubbed against a wall on a shelf, plus some very minor light scratches on the paintwork. With a little touch-up and some carbon tank covers, this could be used as-is. photos below- pls text or PM any questions. thanks for looking. 07730 563425
  4. Suzuki GSXR750 2015 Limitied edition 25th anniversary Yoshi Special Track Race Very low mileage 1305 See ebay for photos and more details Listed on ebay; http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/-/321973281475? Item number; 321973281475 Would make an absolute fantastic road bike or an even track/race bike. Viewing welcome and recommended Dean 07783948511
  5. For sale an incredible piece of kit built to the very highest of standard by Mark Hanna (bsb, tt, endurance and overall top race mechanic). Suzuki GSXR 750 K8 registered oct 2009 purchased new Jan 2010 V5 with both keys 1 owner with only 2959 genuine miles Build spec as follows; Bike Paints Yoshimura 2011 Colours Brembo HPK Nickel radial front callipers Brembo Z04 brake pads Brembo master cylinder Brembo High Carbon 5mm front disks Braided hoses Full Arrow exhaust system Yoshimura baffle and Exhaust hanger Power commander HM Quickshifter Blueprinted engine (crescent Suzuki) Ohlins front cartridge internals Ohlins TTX rear shock Ohlins steering damper Crescent Suzuki rearsets Fast action throttle GB Racing Crash Protection Quick access fuel cap Carbon rear hugger Carbon front mudguard Spare wheels with virtually new wets Spare Brembo discs This bike is a must see for anyone Any questions and for pictures please contact Dennis on 07710062740 or email dennishobbs@hotmail.co.uk Full package above only £7500
  6. So I've accepted that I may need to grow up and do something sensible, and as such have decided to sell my GSXR so that I can have one bike and a car as this is much more convenient for travelling to work in winter than two bikes! I've owned it for two and a bit years (purchased in August 2011), having bought it from something of a perfectionist after he spent many an hour perfecting it. He bought it from Scott Redmond, and it was featured in Performance Bikes magazine a fair bit whilst in his possession. I have receipts for pretty much everything since it was purchased by the previous owner. Specifics: V5 in my name. Tax until end of February, MOT until around October 2014. (Passed MOT with no advisories) Bike is located in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. Engine: Engine runs fine with no obscure noises, having covered around 35,000 miles, I have a dyno printout for roughly 115bhp (DynoPro dyno, so read a bit lower than a Dynojet, hence no huge figure), with a smooth power and torque curve. This means it's very easy to ride on the road, or track, as there are no huge steps in power. The standard, prone to failures, cam chain tensioner has been changed for an APE manual tensioner, so there's a little more peace of mind with that fitted. The bike has an Akrapovic carbon silencer, mated to the titanium headers from a K3/4 GSXR1000 (these sit a little lower than the standard pipes when fitted, so they have been heatwrapped, although there are some marks on the bellypan from them) Renthal Chain and Sprockets fitted. (Gearing altered, although I'm not 100% on what to. I think possibly one off the front.) Chassis: Before I purchased the bike, The previous owner gave it a very thorough going over, replacing the majority of the bearings, such as the headstock, swingarm pivot, and wheels (receipts to prove) and cleaned and regreased the suspension linkage etc. This has been kept on top of whilst in my custody, so everything moves as it should. The forks and shock were serviced by Gareth at Reactive Suspension in York, with different fork springs etc fitted, to suit the weight of Lorenzo, meaning it's a bit stiffly sprung for my 10 1/2 stone, but it's still a lovely ride. There is also a spacer on the shock to raise the rear of the bike to help to get the thing to turn. Standard 6 pot calipers have been ditched as they are fairly useless, and replaced with the much better 4 pots from the 600 SRAD, these are fitted with Goodridge braided lines and the Brembo radial master cylinder from an R6 for very nice, progressive brake feel. These are held to the bike with titanium race-spec drilled bolts. Tyres are Dunlop SportSmarts and are in good nick, not perfect but they have been used and are good for a while yet I would say. The standard 190/50 rear has been swapped for a 190/55 to aid turn in, and combined with the shock spacer it has definitely helped. Aesthetics: The bike is in standard GSXR white and blue, although only the top blue stripe is painted with the others being applied by 01RaceFX to finish the look off. They also added the number boards to the fairing and seat unit. The wheels have been powder coated in a bright orange and look ace, much better than going with white or black! The seat unit is a very rare item, with the rear light being sunk into the hump as seen on the Phase One and SERT World Endurance bikes, I've never seen another one with this seat fitted. Has short brake and clutch levers fitted, along with crash bungs, Harris exhaust hanger and probably a couple of other bits that I may have forgotten. I also have a set of rearsets with rear master cylinder to go with the bike, but have not fitted them. Bad Bits: The paint on the tank isn't great, and looks a bit messy where the finish has gone a bit strange. This never bothered me enough to do anything about it, but it's worth mentioning as it's not brilliant. The choke is slightly sticky at times, I've sorted this before and it just needs loosening I think, at worst a new cable, but is not a big job at all. The bike can occasionally be reluctant to start, usually as it sits for a little while between being ridden. Again, it does start every time, but can take a little while sometimes. The battery is good, I think it maybe needs new plugs so not a massive job. The LHS fork seal is weeping fluid, so would need changing but this is not a huge job again. Overall it's a lovely bike, and if I could justify having two bikes and a car I wouldn't be selling it as it's great fun. Unfortunately I have to be sensible on this occasion. SRAD's generally sell for between £1100 and £2000 for genuine models such as this. With everything considered, I'm pitching mine in the middle at £1450. The first person to rock up with £1450 will take it off my hands. Any questions please feel free to ask.
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