Gen 5: 2016 -> 2016 ZX10R KRT ABS street/race bike - $11,500 - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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post #1 of 8 Old 08-28-2017, 06:10 PM Thread Starter
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2016 ZX10R KRT ABS street/race bike - $10,500 (reduced $1000)

Sold my GEN4 (2014) last week, now it's time for the GEN5 (2016) to go. It's not legal for the Pikes Peak hillclimb so I am getting something that is. :)

https://stlouis.craigslist.org/mcy/6284107983.html

This bike would be optimal for someone who rides on the street and on the track.

- Clear title - registered in Illinois
- Catalyst race fairings
- Paint by Seth Heim
- Alpha1 graphics
- Graves exhaust and block off plates
- tune by Taylor Motorsports and Evansville Superbike Shop
- FTECU ECU flashing kit
- ABS race dongle (to disable ABS)
- Rearsets
- Replaced electronic Ohlins damper with manual Ohlins damper valved by Velocity Calibrations
- Lever guards
- Valve clearance check completed at 15k miles along with new air filter and plugs.
- 23,464 miles

Velocity Calibrations shot this bike on their geometry machine and they have the setup in their computer.

I ride this bike both on the street and race it on the track. I did lay this bike down at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit about 2 weeks after I bought it (video of this on YouTube from 2 angles). It didn't tumble or do any structural damage. I have recently bought a complete new set of OEM fairings so they are nearly mint condition. The only thing left from the crash is a smooth dent in the tank that nobody usually notices until I point it out. Clearly visible in one of the attached pictures. All stock parts included (original exhaust and other parts were removed before riding for the first time).








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I have since bought a new (used/mint) tank off of Ebay and installed, and got a new set of stomp grips to replace the grips. I also have dropped the price to $10,500. Someone please buy this bike! I want to get a 1290 Super Duke and enter the Pikes Peak Hill Climb next year. I have a LOT of extra parts included with this including all the original OEM parts, and a lot of extra fairing parts, and a new set of Barnett Clutch Fibers (in case the clutch were to go, no signs of that yet though).

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Here's a video from a back road ride I just did on it last weekend:


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I saw you on the way back from Bixby that day. I was in the group you guys passed when you were heading back. This bike is definitely clean and well maintained. This'll be a steal for anyone who buys it!
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I'm sure I must know you. But I know so many frickenmorons, which one are you?!? :) Yeah, I haven't ridden it since picking up my new machine:



I'll be bringing both of them to Gateway Motorsports Park for the MCRA event on the 14th/15th of October if anyone wants to come check it out and buy it! :) I'm figuring it will probably be next spring before people get interested again.

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Dang, not even a nibble. I must have it priced too high. :) Took both bikes to the track this past weekend and I didn't even start the green one. :( The new bike is a whole new ball game but I'm starting to get the hang of it.




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Also, I had dropped the price to $10,500 but I can't figure out how to change the title. Oh, I also picked up a new tank so no more dent. It's basically back to 100%.

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This picture popped up on my facebook from 1 year ago. I let a buddy take it out for a session. He can lean it over farther than I can. :) My other buddy is chasing him on his 390. Neither one of them race the GT class, they're both in lights. I am trying to get one of them to buy it and race it in the GT next year.

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