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HA HA! Bike now sold to some lucky guy who is pulling in chicks like a magnet. You snoozed and you loozed.

I have a 2000 ZRX1100 for sale. Bike has 24K miles on the clock. Runs great. Currently I have a Yoshi RS3 slipon with a Holeshot jet kit and K&N pod filters. The bike does idle properly and run cleanly with these mods. I have the original exhaust pipe, air box, etc if one wants to go back to stock configuration. I installed 1" bar risers. The chain, battery and seat cover were replaced last year. It also has a pair of Givi 20 liter hard cases and SW-Motech side racks. With the racks any Givi luggage can be mounted. Kawasaki factory manual included.

Bike has a salvage title. The original damage, all cosmetic, has been repaired/replaced except for the small left side crankshaft cover and a cracked plastic holder for the turn indicator c()ckpit lights.

This bike is the perfect accessory for business-oriented San Diego guys to cruise the beach and pick up chicks! Florida guys looking for that 6th wife could also really benefit from this chick magnet machine.

Asking $2500 for the whole kit and kaboodle. If interested PM me here on MO.


By seruzawa, shot with CDM8975 at 2010-03-10


By seruzawa, shot with CDM8975 at 2010-03-10
 

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Sounds like a cool bike, looking forward to the photos. I have this large tax refund coming....NO, STOP, NO MORE OLD BIKES!!!

What exactly is a salvage title? I see those mentioned in numerous ads and don't know what they are or what the issues may or may not be with them.
 

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Sounds like a cool bike, looking forward to the photos. I have this large tax refund coming....NO, STOP, NO MORE OLD BIKES!!!

What exactly is a salvage title? I see those mentioned in numerous ads and don't know what they are or what the issues may or may not be with them.
It means the bike was totalled by the insurance company and the owner (or someone) aquired the title and restored the bike. In this case the damage was the mini fairing, some odds and ends and the fuel tank.
 

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It also unfortunately means that registering it in some states can be a hassle, or even impossible.

Were I to succumb to temptation and buy this bike (and it really does sound good), I would have to get it inspected by the roving VA DMV inspector. The last time I attempted this, the process took six months.

YMMV
 

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Sounds like a cool bike, looking forward to the photos. I have this large tax refund coming....NO, STOP, NO MORE OLD BIKES!!!

What exactly is a salvage title? I see those mentioned in numerous ads and don't know what they are or what the issues may or may not be with them.
Speaking of old bikes, how's your resto going?
 

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Speaking of old bikes, how's your resto going?
I encapsulated the RCB in Cosmoline, and buried it in a giant plywood box in the back yard. On January 3, 2199, a safe deposit box will be opened containing instructions to excavate the box, and remove it to the nearest landfill.

I did a lot of cleaning and rebuilt the carbs, then ran out of funds during the house purchase. But, as noted above, my annual splurge money is due in, so I think I'll get back on it in April.
 

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"Bike has a salvage title."

Hate to say this, but that is a BIG no-no for Illinois buyers.
That's okay. I've already had two local inquiries despite the 37 degree weather and forecast snow tomorrow.
 
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