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cheskonator

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    1994 vfr750f
    1987 nt650 gt
    2006 zx6r 636
    2008 Hypermotard 1100s

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  1. Hello VFR friends! I have been swimming these parts for a long time and with the recent impending purchase of a home my wife has "suggested" I should thin the herd. Something about not being able to ride 5 motorcycles at once? Anyway, here we are. The bike is a 1994 VFR750 it has about 24k miles on it and after a small encounter with the back of a 16 year old kids jeep and a the pavement I have modified it. These are the major changes although im sure there are others: 2004 cbr 954RR complete front end, forks wheels etc HoHey customs cncd top triple Pro taper minis, honda bend Honda hawk front headlight digital gauge/ dash Koso digital temp monster s4r front fairing CBR 929rr rear shock, sprung and shimmed for 190lb rider 2012-2018 triumph speed triple rear end, subframe, under tray, seat, brake lights 6061 aluminum carb tubes, these are the tubes that connect all 4 carbs, normally they are plastic and break apart and die over time. (https://www.ebay.com/itm/132245821802) Jet kit. stage 2 kn air filter Black widow high mount exhaust Dunlop Q3 tires with less than 500 miles (not pictured) fresh oil change, 200 miles coolant flush 200 miles spark plugs 200 miles Pro grip gel grips alloy levers New radiator cap (not pictured) CRG bar end mirror (left) Braided front brake lines Registered and insured The bike rips, it runs great. I failed to put the choke lever back on when rebuilding the carbs so it takes a tiny bit of throttle to start when cold but otherwise is fantastic. We regularly take it up to the mountains here in SoCal and have full fledged sport bikes having trouble keep its pace. It is very capable. That being said, its still kind of a project bike, you may need to tinker with it and I want the person buying it to understand that. Im hoping someone in this community can appreciate the work thats been done to make it a capable, albeit Frankenstein of a bike. Bike is in San Diego County and im willing to drive into LA for a serious buyer if you dont have transportation. 3.5kobo is what im asking. Let me know what you all think!
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