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  • 2009 Suzuki GSXR 750 Race Bike

    Dropped down to a 600 for this season with a goal of doing a Motoamerica round or two in the next couple years, this bike is ready to go right now and has everything you need to win races (other than maybe talent )

    For sale is a complete go win a club championship (or a track day) set up. I won 3 unlimited class championships and one heavyweight class championship, along with 5 track championships, and 2 third places at the race of champions on this bike this year.

    Racetech cartridges up front
    Ohlins ttx rear shock
    Brembo 19x18 master
    Stainless brake lines
    Arrow exhaust with 07 header to delete cat
    Power commander V
    Trans logic quickshifter
    Bad Moon Racing captive spacers in both sets of wheels
    Gb racing covers
    Gb racing low profile bullet sliders
    Woodcraft key delete
    Motion pro switchgear
    Vortex rearsets
    Vortex clip ons
    Motion pro throttle
    Speedcell battery

    Spares:
    Almost new set of spare bodywork painted black
    Spare great condition superbike tail
    Spare slightly damaged Supersport tail
    Spare bellypan
    Spare wheels with usable rains mounted
    Spare radiator
    Any sprocket you could ever need
    Spare set of triples
    Spare fairing stay
    Spare rear axle
    Stock master and rearsets
    Stock forks
    Stock shock
    Stock brake lever

    The bike has been crashed and isn't the prettiest, the tank is dented and the subframe is slightly tweaked. I raced it in exactly this condition since July with no issues and short of cosmetics it's ready to race right now.

    I'm willing to take parts off and sell separately to make a deal, so feel free to make offers.
    Asking $4500 as is with spares, and have a salvage title in hand.
    Bike is located in Neenah, WI

  • #2
    A nice lineup of trophies next to the bike is always a nice picture when selling.

    I see you got it posted on WERA. That's probably the forum where it will sell. Posted my old 675 there and got like 8 bites in 4 hours.

    What do you have in mind for a middleweight? Remember, a 675 has nice corner exiting torque, handy for us big guys.
    John K - Appleton

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Zaph View Post
      A nice lineup of trophies next to the bike is always a nice picture when selling.

      I see you got it posted on WERA. That's probably the forum where it will sell. Posted my old 675 there and got like 8 bites in 4 hours.

      What do you have in mind for a middleweight? Remember, a 675 has nice corner exiting torque, handy for us big guys.
      Already picked up a 2013 ZX6R... Really wanted one of the big three, and was just waiting for the right one to come around. I briefly considered the Triumph, but lack of parts in the paddock and the high costs of work and parts I've heard from a few people that race them currently talked me out of it. On top of sounding like they have a smaller window of being dialed in than some of the other bikes and tuning definitely isn't one of my strong points yet.

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      • #4
        Agreed on all points. Just love the feel of that triple, particularly the 13+, it's got the top end to hang with the R6. I'm a little biased, hahah. Some of the '13+ 675R's (gen 3) with full Akro system and MR12 have got mid 130's on the dyno without opening the engine. But the Akro is $2700 and MR12 $$ every race weekend. So yeah about the cost.

        You can't go wrong with the Kawi though. That and the R6 are the staples of middleweight. Good luck this year
        John K - Appleton

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        • #5
          Bump.... open to offers!

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