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Have had my ZX10R since new, 2005. Sorry for the long time to sign up. Old and slow at times. Have a few bikes in the garage. Been riding since my first bike, back in 1974. Today I'm riding a 1998 ZX9R, the 05 ZX10R, a 21 1000 SX and a 22 Concourse14.
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Interested in selling the 10R? How many miles?
She's got about 47,487 miles on the clock, But she's not for sale. She's a keeper, just like the 98 ZX9R with 87.736 miles on her. Well taken care of and only spend the nights outside when on trips, otherwise garage kept. My personal option, the best looking ZX10R's were the 04/05 years. The others look good, just not as good as the 04/05.
 

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She's got about 47,487 miles on the clock, But she's not for sale. She's a keeper, just like the 98 ZX9R with 87.736 miles on her. Well taken care of and only spend the nights outside when on trips, otherwise garage kept. My personal option, the best looking ZX10R's were the 04/05 years. The others look good, just not as good as the 04/05.
Agree - any frame cracks? Regular wheelies?

Valve spring retainers are they other issue to watch out for, have you inspected them?
 

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Agree - any frame cracks? Regular wheelies?

Valve spring retainers are they other issue to watch out for, have you inspected them?
Was doing 3rd gear wheelies on my 10 without any cracks in the frame till I 12 clocked my DR 650 and I decided it was a sign to stop before I wrecked the 10 and/or hurt myself or both.
 
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