condition: excellent engine displacement (CC): 1000 fuel: gas odometer: 63000 paint color: red title status: clean transmission: manual
Selling my rare and very nice 1993 Yamaha GTS 1000. Only sold in 1993 and 1994. Iam the second owner, with the Original owner putting most of the miles on it. It currently has 63000 miles on it, but you would never know it. It is unique because it has a forkless front suspension! Iy also has ABS Breaks, Fuel injection and a 4 cylinder FZR1000 Motor. It is the most stable motorcycle I have ever owned. It has a comfortable riding position, as it is deemed a Sport Touring motorcycle. New tires ,chain and sprockets! Please E-mail or call me with any questions, show contact info
This may be one of the best looking bikes Suzuki ever made, and this is one of the very rare SP2 versions!!
I bought this bike in Japan about 3 years ago. It was legally imported into the U.S. and it has a clean and clear Arizona street title and plate.
This is a very rare Sport Production II version of the VJ22, the SP2 came with a dry clutch, the wide ratio transmission, fully adjustable suspension front and rear and aluminum lower triple clamp and rotor carriers.
This is a lower mile original bike. I STILL HAVE THE ORIGINAL EXHAUST AND REARSETS if you want to put the bike all the way back to stock!
Very low original miles at around 10k, not raced or abused. This bike had some light scratches and sun fading on the bodywork so I went about the painstaking task of getting all the OEM bodywork repainted in original colors! I have also just powder coated the wheels back to an original gloss white.
The bodywork is all original and the paint is perfect with zero miles since it was restored. The bike has brand new Michelin Street Radials, new valve stems, full service front to back including all new fluids, plugs, coolant, new air filter,brand new Tyga Full Exhaust system, new Tyga rearsets and brand new chain and sprockets!!
Bike starts on 1 to 2 kicks when cold and 1 kick when warm. All electrics work and it has a good battery installed. All wiring is intact and original. Oil injection in place. The bike comes with a complete new carb rebuild and full jetting kit, carbs are currently stock and fine, but this kit will allow you to jet the bike for your location/conditions.
There is some light corrosion that I have not attempted to clean up on various parts of the bike as seen, so it will clean up even better than it looks now. ! Some fading on the passenger seat, and to a lesser degree the rider seat as well, bit no tears.
Have not seen an early RGV VJ22 SP with the banana swingarm this clean in a very long time, and few of these survive in Japan...those that do are not cheap...or not for sale. Don't sleep on this one....really one of the nicer 250 two strokes from my collection.
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Currently taking deposits limited edition Panigale V4 25th Anniversario 916.
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A 2019 V4S 25th Anniversario
2019 marks a quarter of a century since the Ducati 916 - designed by Massimo Tamburini - arrived on the global stage and instantly becoming an icon of modern motorbike racing. The Ducati 916 wasn't just a great bike, it also won World Superbike championships: the 916 SBK was a force to be reckoned with even as it made its debut and the following years saw it win 120 races, 8 constructors' titles and 6 riders' titles, four of them with Englishman 'King' Carl Fogarty. Even now, the English racer and the 916 remain the most successful 'couple' in Ducati SBK history.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the legendary 916, the Panigale V4 25° Anniversario 916 was born in a limited and numbered version of 500 units.
This bike is a bonafide weapon of mass destruction and is not for chickenshits. If you don't know what it is, don't send me moronic questions. Do your research. If you're still man enough, or crazy enough, after learning what this lunatic machine is capable of, you may send me a message.
It does not have a kickstand. It cannot be made street legal. It does not idle. It does not have electric start, or even a kick starter. It doesn't have any goddam electronics. Fuel is $20 a gallon and if you know how to operate the throttle, you'll burn thru that in about 6 minutes. If you're a fat bastard, you won't be able to fit on it. What it will do is scare the living crap out of you when the power comes on and the thing tries to twist itself into a knot, all while the front end is clawing for the upper reaches of the atmosphere while hurtling you down a race track at 150mph +.
If you haven't soiled your shorts by now, read on.
I purchased this bike in 2015 from a Southern California racer. It had been raced recently. I have done absolutely nothing to the bike, so it is still in as-raced condition. Overall its in excellent shape. The tank is flawless save for a very small dimple (about 1/8" across). The bodywork is very good, but has a few imperfections here and there such as chips and scuffs. Normal racetrack wear. It has been stored in a heated storage facility with very low humidity here in Montana.
It has 190 miles on the top end and MCE racing crank. 2003 bodywork and airbox conversion. Includes PitBull rear stand, but no spares.
You can send your shipper here to my home in Red Lodge, Montana or I can deliver to one of several freight forwarders in Billings for attachment to a crate.
If you hang with trackday buddies who pretend to ride those goddamn Panigale V4Rs or gheyass "Gixxer" 1000's, this would be a fine tool for you to humiliate them. Now, if you're a shit-for-brains with more money than smarts, I hope I've made it clear that you do not belong on this righteous motorcycle. If you ignore my advice, do so at your own peril.
By now I've terrified 99% of you, which is fine. I'd rather keep this bike than hear about some moron killing himself on it. Good bye.
07-16-2019, 11:51 PM
Who has ridden a TZ250 and can they really do 150mph+?