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AJFalco
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GPz 750 Turbo

#1 Post by AJFalco » Sun Mar 28, 2010 1:30 am

Well as of today, I will be a Kawasaki only biker again. The Falco is going to a good home (Rick) and I will be playing silly buggers with the toy.

Got a set of ZX7 upside down forks with the stem mod done, and wheel/discs/calipers plus a ZX6 rear wheel with machined sprocket carrier ready to slot in. Should go nice with ht ZR7 shock :smt003

All I will need to do then is a truck load of TLC inc sorting out the lovely finish on the engine block/head and rocker cover :smt019 an MOT plus insurance @£90 fully comp (still can't believe that!) and away I go :smt038
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#2 Post by Samray » Sun Mar 28, 2010 7:20 am

Good man. :smt023
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#3 Post by Kwackerz » Sun Mar 28, 2010 10:01 am

I sold my 900 before I got a chance to 'upgrade' a few things, I had in mind a set of the later 1000RX forks to get rid of the crap AVDS on my bike. Wouldnt have minded a 750 Turbo, smaller but packing a right punch

As it is, now im stuck with having to bikesit my Dad's 900 out instead! sort out the fuel tank's fetish for rust, clean the carbs and check the carb balance... although i'd have to buy it off him before I could start changing bits of his original Ninja...

I seem to recall my insurance isnt far off that :smt001
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#4 Post by AJFalco » Sun Mar 28, 2010 11:48 am

Have you seen this one :smt007

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/ ... ?logcode=p

Tempted myself :smt016

Or this one BRAND NEW!!!

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/ ... ?logcode=p

You only live once :smt005
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#5 Post by bikeral64 » Sun Jun 20, 2010 6:37 am

Nice article in the new Practical Sportsbikes mag. Issue 2 19th May-4 August on the GPZ 900R and the GPZ 750T

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