FS/FT: 2009 GSXR 1000 Track Bike

Discussion in 'Motorcycles' started by TimTheAsian, May 2, 2018.

  1. TimTheAsian

    TimTheAsian Fresh off the Boat

    Racetech rear shock

    Racetech full front suspension with gold valves and 1.0 springs.

    OEM big pistons forks unassembled but come with bike.

    R6 front brake conversion

    Full Yosh exhaust (can is a little rashed. 100% functional)

    Fast Franks quick-change front axle

    Bazzaz ZFI auto tune mapped for 93/u4

    Bazzaz TC

    Bazzaz quick shifter

    Andrew Swenson RD bodywork. Professional repaired. Not perfect but in great shape.

    Extra belly pan and tail.

    Extra bodywork that has been crashed.

    Motion Pro quick turn throttle. Have all reels and extra housing in perfect shape.

    Braided front brake lines

    Ohlins steering dampener

    Vortex clip-ons

    Vortex rearsets

    Vortex grips

    Vortex gas cap

    Vortex rear sprockets 43/44/45

    520 conversion

    GBR case cover

    Newer clutch.

    K&N air filter

    Lightweight battery

    S2 front/ SC1 rear. Front has 4 days on it and rear has 3 track days on it. (I'm slow aka there is still some life.)

    Adjustable clutch and brake lever

    Keyless ignition

    I’m sure I’m forgetting some things as well.

    No title. Have a bill of sale and certificate of destruction.

    I have had 2 offs with this bike. But it’s been ridden at 5-6 track days since. No issues.

    Odo is not accurate. If I had to guess the mileage it would probably be around 18k.

    Runs fast and flawless. I just want to go back to a 600.

    Any questions just ask! Asking $5.5k or possible trades for r6/675.
     

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  2. TimTheAsian

    TimTheAsian Fresh off the Boat

    Bump, I will be at PIRC 19/20 if anyone wants to come check it out.
     
  3. TimTheAsian

    TimTheAsian Fresh off the Boat

    Bump, can deliver to PIRC this weekend.
     
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