'77 Kawasaki KZ400 Cafe Racer Resto
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Used 1977 Kawasaki KZ KZ400, 16,500 miles
Spring is here...and so is Motorcycle Season!I just took this bad boy to the Idaho Vintage Motorcycle Show on 03/23/14 rolling with a few other cafe's. It's a great looking bike, and fun to ride. You can tell the guy that dreamt up and actually finished this bike was meticulous and thorough (and I got to be a part of the process). Also, some may be looking for a bigger engine cafe, but I assure you, with all the work done, and all the unneeded pieces stripped off, this baby moves!Specs:Year: 1977Make: KawasakiModel: KZ400Sub Model: s3Mileage: 16,5XXWhat's been done to it so far:New Carb Diaphragm/sonic cleaning/Carb Rebuild kit/pod filtersNew Electronic Fuel Ignition kit which replaced the points with an optical pickup system. (Awesome)New coil/plug wires/boots/plugsCustom hand made fiberglass cafe seatIntegrated LED tail light (with signal ability)Oil change(s)Recent timing adjustment (professionally done)Eliminated side coversCustom battery boxBobbed/painted front fenderTank cleaned & painted New brakes/tires/tubes/rimstrips (Front/Rear) [bought this year, ~1000 miles on the dual compound tires, good for many many more miles.)New front/rear sprockets and DID 530 Oring chain.New battery (enclosed gel cell)New fork sealsNew levers (OEM) and brake activation switchNew drag bars/grips/bar end mirrorsNew tank rubbers/gaskets/petcock gaskets/fuel lines/filterNew Shorty Exhaust (2 into 1)New OEM Kickstart (Of later year that looks better, with new rubber grip boot)Replaced blemished engine sidecase (right side)Comes with a box of extras, mechanical parts, Engine gasket kit (only used engine side cover/points cover/valve plate covers, still have the rest of the kit including the head gasket), etc. Title in Hand. If you want to see the particulars of the build, follow the link to this motorcycle forum: http://boiseriders.net/mechanical-technical/11867-my-winter-project-77-kz400.htmlWould consider partial trade for boom-sticks and other such popular blunderbuss that would be considered protected under the 2nd Amendment. Tests rides require helmets and M endorsement.
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