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FS: Custom Stretched 2004 GSXR 750 - $5000

noelocol

Well-known member

Up for sale is my 2004 GSXR 750 bike
It's one of 2 bikes that I ride and is currently insured and plated and can be seen downtown Toronto.
She starts up instantly, purrs like a kitten and shifts through the gears like a hot knife on soft butter.





Yes, I painted the nose and side fairings matte-black.. because I like matte black.. but I left the tail fairing and cowl cover stock Suzuki yellow colour. I just peeled off all the OEM stickers. ALL the fairings are OEM stock.





It will need absolutely nothing to certify.
This bike is very fast and not a beginners bike.
Very low kms for its age: 17,200Kms
That's basically 1,323kms/year





THE GOODIES
- GPR 4 steering damper
- tinted windshield + spare clear & extra Zero Gravity tinted
- New tires 2 seasons ago
- New chain and sprockets 2 seasons ago
- Stainless steel brake lines back & front
- Extended swing arm
- Ohlins rear shock
- Rebuilt forks and fork seals last season
- shaved and lowered driver's seat + OEM original spare
- FP RACING shortly levers - flip & adjustable
- black Stomp Grip on the tank
- K&N Air filter
- Manual fan switch
- Galfer front wave rotors
- Front fork spools/sliders
- rear spools
- flush mount front turn signals
- vortex cover slider
- no-cut frame sliders
- frame plugs
- Adjustable Vortex rear-sets
- Power Commander 5
- custom Hindle high-mount exhaust
- matching yellow under tail
- adjustable suspension dog-bone plates for lowering/rising + - 2 inches (currently set an stock height)
- secret dealer-mode switch



Along with the bike, you'll get:
- 2/5 sets of spare left and right side fairings
- 1 spare headlight assembly
- 2 spare front nose fairings
- 1 spare tail fairing
- 05 GSXR 1000 Titanium header
- Spare H4 & H7 headlight bulbs
- miscellaneous spare OEM parts

Feel free to call or txt 416 888 3030 for more details
Bike can be seen downtown Toronto
 

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