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I understand this is a Kawasaki forum, BUT I'm selling my 750 track bike to fund my ZX10 track bike project. I've decided I like my ZX10 on the track a lot more (that's just me, a lot of people like a 600 or 750 on the track over a 1000), therefore I am turning it track only and will be done riding the streets.

SO, if you or anyone you know is looking for a track bike, here it is!

I have an 2004 GSXR 750 with a salvage title and 6,000 miles on it.

It's a FULL RACE/TRACK bike with:
Motor is stock
Micron headers
Welocity stacks
Sato slip on
Ohlins 20mm cartriges(refreshed 3/10 for 170#) (adjusted 11/3/2010 for 195#)
Ohlins rear shock(refreshed 3/10 for 170#) (adjusted 11/3/2010 for 195#)
Brembo front master
Galfer braided lines frnt/rear
Woodcraft clip ons
PPM rearsets
Woodcraft stator and starter gear cover
Woodcraft sliders
Yoyodyne slipper clutch
Yoyodyne shorty race subframe
520 chain and sprocket kit is new
Ape cam chain tensioner
Scotts stabalizer
Billet top tree
GP tech fairing stay
Vortex gas cap
Full race bodywork with a couple cracks. Think it cheetah?
Fully safety wired
GP shift quickshifter
K&N air filter
New brake pads
Fresh AMSOIL oil change

The bike also comes with:

Spare lower and front race fairings
Extra sprocket
Throttle body
Stock cases
2 spare rear wheels
Set of cont. slicks (they have on track day on them)
Set of power races (they have about one track day left)
Spare axle
Spare rear sets
Clear windscreen
and other misc. parts.
I'll also through in a new set of stands. They are pictures above (the silver ones).


I'm probably leaving some things out. It runs great. I have decided to give up track days next year and will be leaving to hike the AT in March so need to sell.

I bought it from a WERA racer #816. These are pictures of him (felt the need to give him the credit) It now has #77 on it. (The wheels and tires in the pictures below do not come with the bike. It has stock GSXR wheels on it now)

If I was going to be riding next season, I would keep it in a heart beat! But, I'll be in the woods!


I took the bike to Barber this weekend. It ran great and is an awesome bike on the track.

Here are some more pictures from this weekend:

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