Its rugged two-stroke engine is perfect for simple around town transportation or doing a little off-highway adventuring. Engine and transmission : 125. Just looking at the forks, there are threaded bosses for what I assume is a low mount fender. I think a lot of the bikes form the era would also swap. I am about to go on vacation so it is not going to see much action for a little while couple weeks. The frame is made of high tensile steel and has a steel engine guard for off-road protection. I am a legitimate and sincere seller.
It's got the goods for on and off highway excursions, like plush long travel suspension and high ground clearance. The first thing I plan on doing is replacing all of the lines for fuel and oil. Kawasaki has the answer with do-it-all dual-purpose bikes that come packed with exclusive features for you to explore new heights of on- and off-highway riding and exploration. I am the owner of the bike, and the title is clear and in hand. I rarely sell vehicles, so this is the simplest way I came up with to handle this transaction. Not only is it built to tackle a wide range of terrain, but it is engineered to appeal to a broad spectrum of riders. Kawasaki has the answer with do-it-all dual-purpose bikes that come packed with exclusive features for you to explore new heights of on- and off-highway riding and exploration.
Currently Registered and is Street Legal! I still wouldn't mind having it as the intended dual sport. The shaft that the throttle cable connects to has a lot of play. It would be a great first off-road bike for a lighter rider. Ad will be removed when sold. Serious inquiries with initial offers only please.
Most electrical does not work. Second is replacing throttle and brake cables. I took the oil pump and carb covers off just to have a look and the oil pump does leak and I see the line going from pump to engine case has lost it's oil. Clutch seems to be slow to disengage which makes the tranny a bit of a laggard. I like the idea of rubber mounted bar risers to cut down on mirror vibration.
Its rugged two-stroke engine is perfect for simple around town transportation or doing a little off-highway adventuring. The throttle is at max adjustment, and to line the oil pump up, it is at max adjustment too. All other company and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Its light weight and nimble handling inspire confidence in novice riders, and its longevity in the Kawasaki lineup has made this venerable dual purpose machine one of Kawasaki's best selling models of all time. Theres a bit more that goes into it like the length of the threading for the bearing nut and so forth, and the tapered vs roller bearings, but yeah it shouldnt be too hard. I cant think of any with disks. Also thinking about a modern digital dash negating the use of the stock idiot lights and speedo.
The first owner flipped it, and that scared him off off-road riding, so it's been sitting idle for a while. I have been looking for something like this for a while and my work is cut out for me. It's got the goods for on and off highway excursions, like plush long travel suspension and high ground clearance. No tire kickers, no money orders, no ship, no trades, cash is king. The light weight also makes it easy to haul and has made it a favorite camping companion. Anyone know of the best place to find info for the bikes? Kawasaki's Superlube oil injection system eliminates premixing fuel and oil, a common procedure with many two-stroke engines, and delivers the precise amount of lubrication to the engine for greater reliability. He was also an expert bicycle mechanic and a skilled frame builder, and for ten years, he owned and operated Metro Bikes, a bicycle shop in Berkley, Michigan.
You can always seal the grommet with a bit of gasket sealer or maybe some silicone. And did I mention it's really pretty? And with its huge 6. The frame is made of high tensile steel and has a steel engine guard for off-road protection. Barry Riopelle was an expert motocross racer and a skilled motorcycle and bicycle mechanic, with over 40 years experience in racing, repairing, and restoring motorcycles. It takes you wherever, whenever in smooth, torquey comfort.
Now that I am back in town the bike is getting some attention. Our efficient ads are free. I used the motorcycle on roads. Read the riders' comments at the bike's. You are also welcome to read and submit motorcycle reviews. You can always seal the grommet with a bit of gasket sealer or maybe some silicone.
The only thing that makes me think its not that is the fact that I took the bike down a long highway and I rode 14 miles non-stop without problems, its once I came to a stop light and had to stop the bike that it would not go again. Should you be interested, for simplicity's sake and to protect both parties interest - the following would happen: a. For the ground wire, yes just a wire to the frame should be sufficient, as for the oil lines they may not be easy to find or cheap. And with its huge 6. You can also sign up for e-mail notification when such bikes are advertised in the future. This particular bike has only 1700 miles on it. Is it a matter of just getting a wire to the frame that will connect to the battery? First thing when I get back will e getting a replacement pump so she doesn't go belly up! The light weight also makes it easy to haul and has made it a favorite camping companion.
The Honda Rebel 250 front even has the rubber damped risers so it should cut down on vibes too. It takes you wherever, whenever in smooth, torquey comfort. As for the triple swap, i was looking into that but everything gets more difficult if the steer tube isnt the right length, or the bearings arent right, or even the diameter of the steertube in general. And check out the bike's Show any on our Bikez. Meis wrote: Sounds like your fuel tank is not venting properly and your getting a vacuum. Do you think it could go that far without properly venting? Disclaimer This site is not affiliated with Yamaha Motor Corporation. What I got was better forks with a few inches more travel.