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FS: 1989 Suzuki GSX-R750K- 13,240 miles - $7500.00
FS: 1989 Suzuki GSX-R750K- 13,240 miles - $7500.00 Image

FS: 1989 Suzuki GSX-R750K- 13,240 miles – JS1GR77A8K2102000 –  $7500.00

This gorgeous 1989 Suzuki GSX-R750K “Slingshot” edition was brought to SUB moto service for a “make run” and ultimately a full restoration. Our service department took it apart, looked it over closely, any parts showing excessive wear and tear were repaired, refinished or replaced. This almost 30 year old GSX-R had held up well.

It received a full service, new tires, all fluids were replaced and a complete carburetor rebuild including all rubber internal parts.. The original bodywork was sent out to be professionally inspected for any cracks or weak spots, Then repaired, gas tank cleaned out and everything repainted to exact factory specs even using an NOS Suzuki decal kit! All rubber pads and cushions mounting the tank and bodywork were also replaced. The original white wheels were sent out to be professionally powder coated, we cleaned and re-greased all the wheel bearings, reinstalled and then slipped on a fresh pair of Michelin Pilot Power 2CT’s.

This GSX-R750K is not a concourse level restoration and really should be ridden and enjoyed, these are great bikes and a wonderful model series.

Over $6500 spent in restoration! It will stand out in the crowd, Blue/White combo is always Suzuki’s most popular and this one is a true classic. We just finished up some final details and it is ready to go!

Here’s how TotalMotorcycle.com described this series

1989 Suzuki GSX-R750K

2nd Generation Suzuki GSX-R750: Improving on a legend

New styling smooth and aerodynamic styling with big changes – Bigger valves, new high-lift camshaft, 36 mm contant-velocity semi-flatslide carbs and up rated suspension, wheels and tyres, 73 x 44.7 mm short-stroke motor, thinner piston rings and bigger main bearings. These new changes produced 112 hp at 11,000 rpm and model a dry weight of 195 kg. The lowered ground clearance and the adoption of 17″ wheels which offered only a slim margin of error.

The 1988 Suzuki GSX-R750 was examined and changed, from the engine to the chassis: The fairing was redesigned for 5.7% less frontal projection and 11% lower drag. Shortened 1400mm wheelbase, lightweight aluminium alloy frame with 45mm box tube main section and the cast swing arm pivot offered 60% more ridity. Front fork stanchion tubes were increased to 43mm diameter with variable damper adjuster type inner rods. Full floating rear suspension with new linkage and needle bearings for smoothness. Opposed 4 piston brake calipers, new weight-saving hollow-typecast wheels and wide Michelin radial tyres.

The distinctive air-cooled with SACS engine received larger diameter oil hose and less restrictive joints for 20% increase in the coolant flow and the large 15 row cooler improved the cooling efficiency by 48%. The red line started at 13,000 rpm. Engine bore and stroke changed from the previous 70 x 48.7mm to shorter stroke 73 x 44.7mm to reduce reciprocating motion mechanical loss.

The new Slingshot carburetors were equipped with lightweight throttle valves for increased throttle responsiveness. Another important addition was the incorporation of SACI (Suzuki Condensed Air Intake) system bringing fresh air from ducts on the front of the fairing to the carburetor intake for maximizing cylinder charging efficiency

1989 brought about minor changes such as: Modified lower bodywork, changes to graphics and silver exhaust silencers, the exhaust manifold now featured small chamfers on the collector for increased ground clearance, change to the rear shock mounting geometry and front fork length to improve ground clearance. Gear ratio revisions in 3rd, 4th and 5th gears offered improved power control and secondary gear ratio was lowered, together with 5mm increase in the wheelbase, all combining for better sports riding on highways. The brake master cylinder controlled the 4 piston brake calipers featured four-way adjustability. The SACS acronym decal, located on the lower body work of the blue/white models, changed from a diagonal lettering to a straight lettering.

1989 Suzuki GSX-R750 Specifications
Engine Type: 16-valve, 4-stroke, DOHC in-line four
Power: 106.00 HP (79.04 kW) @ 10500 RPM
Torque: 73 N.m (53.8 ft. lbs.) @ 10000 RPM
Displacement: 749.00cc (45.70 cubic inches)
Compression: 9.8:1
Bore x Stroke: 70.0 x 48.7 mm (2.8 x 1.9 inches)
Fuel System: Carburetion
Ignition: Full Transistor
Cooling System: Air/oil Cooled
Gearbox: 6-speed (1 down, 5 up)
Final Drive: Chain
Dry Weight: 176 kilograms (390 lb)
Seat Height: 755 mm (29.7 in)
Overall Height: 1,200 mm (47.2 in)
Overall Length: 2,130 mm (83.9 in)
Overall Width: 620 mm (24.4 in)
Ground Clearance: 140 mm (5.5 in)
Wheelbase: 1,425 mm (56.1 in)
Front Tire: 110/80-18
Rear Tire: 140/70-18
Front Brakes: Hydraulic twin disc with dual opposed piston calipers
Rear Brakes: Single disc, hydraulic
Fuel Capacity: 19 liters (5.02 gallons)
Colors: White/Blue, Black/Red.

Credits cards accepted, documentation fee $150.00 (negotiable)

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
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tags: Yamaha, r1, zx, Kawasaki, ninja, classic, slingshot, Suzuki GSX-R, Sportbike, craigslist, cycletrader, ebay, CBR, Suzuki, Suzukilove

 

FS: 1992 Ducati 907ie - 24,653 mi - $9750.00
FS: 1992 Ducati 907ie - 24,653 mi - $9750.00 Image

FS: 1992 Ducati 907ie – 24,653 – ZDM1MB4P4NB001373 – $9750.00

Here is another spectacular Ducati from the 90’s for sale.  This is not a bike you see come up for sale very often.  The 907 Paso is fuel injected, comes with 17″ wheels and is a very decent handling Sport Touring bike.   Current owner has had the bike for close to 10 years and recently upgraded to a new Ducati SS.  He has taken proper care of it over the years, cleaned up aging parts like wheel paint, new rotors up front, tires and chain kit in last 2000 miles. Valves and belts last at 18K.  This 907ie is very clean, no apparent cracking or spidering on bodywork.   Comes with a set of original exhaust, a service manual and a factory wire harness he saw available on ebay.     Last year he has 2wheel Dynoworks install a power commander and they improved overall running and gained a few hp, it runs fantastic!

Here is a bit of history on this model from Ian Falloon:

After two years, the 906 Paso was replaced by the much improved 907 I.E. for 1991. This drew on the engine and chassis technological improvements of the 851, and the resulting 907 I.E. was finally a homogeneous sport-touring motorcycle that could compete with anything on offer from Germany or Japan. The liquid-cooled engine of the 906 carried over to the 907 I.E., but there were stronger crankcases with more extensive internal webbing and ribbing, especially around the cylinder support base. The clutch was also revised for 1991, with the 907 I.E. (like the 1991 900 Supersport) having a new 16-plate type. The intake system was completely revised, with the air intakes re-positioned up by the steering head, drawing in cold, dense air. Adapting the single-injector Weber electronic fuel injection system of the 851 Strada to the two-valve 906 engine provided vastly improved engine operation. The 907 I.E. received more reliable Veglia instruments, but all other electrical equipment was shared with the 906 Paso. While the rectangular-section steel double-cradle frame was that of the 906, the longer aluminum swingarm and axle adjusters came from the 851 Strada. The front suspension was the same as before, but with 10mm-longer fork legs so that the larger wheel/tire combination would clear the engine on fork compression. There were also changes to the wheels and brakes, with three-spoke Brembo (3.50 x 17 and 5.50 x 17) wheels, and larger stainless-steel front discs with Brembo four-piston P4.32d calipers. At the rear the disc was reduced in size to that of the 851, with a smaller P2.105N Brembo caliper. The larger wheels (and longer swingarm) led to an increase in both wheelbase, but the steering and handling characteristics were vastly superior to those of the 906 Paso. While the style of the bodywork was similar to the 906, the solid 907 I.E. screen incorporated a NACA duct, supposedly to smooth the airflow. The 907 I.E. continued for 1992 with only minor changes. There was a minor clutch update during the year, and the front brakes were upgraded with larger discs and gold Brembo P4.30-34 brake calipers. The 907 I.E. wasn’t as popular as anticipated, although it offered improved power and reliability, plus more sophisticated rear suspension than the Supersport models. The 907 I.E. was a very well-developed all-round motorcycle, with excellent handling and comfort, but it was discontinued during 1992. There wouldn’t be a replacement sport touring Ducati until 1997. Source Ian Falloon

Credits cards accepted, up to $150 documentation may be charged

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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tags: desmo, Ducati Superbike, 907ie, Ducati, Italian bikes, sportbike,  used V-twins, ducati paso, ducati, seattle, craigslist, Cycletrader, ebay, pnwmoto, pnwriders, ducatilove, ducatistagram, desmonorthwest, ducati sport touring

FS: 2004 Moto Guzzi MGS-01 Corsa - under 5 miles - $55,000.00
FS: 2004 Moto Guzzi MGS-01 Corsa - under 5 miles - $55,000.00 Image

FS: 2004 Moto Guzzi MGS-01 Corsa – under 5 miles – ZGULRRA004M10045 – $55,000.00

How do you even begin to describe this bike?  The bike that was never meant to be??   This bike was purchased in November 2006 by a collector and has been stored away until 2014 when Moto International “woke it up” for its first time.  It was taken around the block and then placed back into environmentally controlled storage again until it arrived here at SUB last week.   1225cc of Italian Thunder, one of a kind for sure.   Bike comes with rear stand, a garage cover and a spare set of race bodywork.

Here are some bits of press on this model:

Unleashed creativity breeds the MGS/01 Corsa, a Moto Guzzi with the ultimate sporting temperament. 1225cc, 90º V-Twin. Cosworth triple ring racing pistons, and nymonic valves. One-piece carbon fiber body design. Completely adjustable Ohlins suspension. OZ wheels. Aluminum box section swing arm. MGS/01’s overall stunning aerodynamic design ensures perfect agility and performance on and off the race track.

At Intermot 2002 the MGS-01 made its debut in society. The stand where the bike was displayed became one of the main attractions at th to flow into motorcycling sites, praising the beauty of the new Moto Guzzi to an extent that surprised even the design team. Market resea motorcycle buyers held the MGS-01’s styling in great esteem. This was the stimulus to go ahead – also because customers and dealers wanted the motorcycle to go into mass production as soon as p thousands of requests. All that was left was to decide the technical specifications. The MGS-01 Corsa has more than just breathtaking lin compression three-segment Cosworth pistons, ceramic-coated cylinders and bushings replaced with bearings. The power of the engine, which “pumps” right from the lowest revs, is backed by top standard mechanics. Precise entry into bends and ro swinging fork swingarm (505 mm) in box section aluminium, improving the traction of the rear wheel and transmitting all the horsepower o behind the engine, to leave room for the 15 Litres airbox. Handling is guaranteed by the weight, kept down to just 192 kg, the wheelbase measuring just 1,428 mm, obtained by integrating the gea and back. The Brembo disc brakes with radial mounted callipers are ultra-powerful. Those who have had an opportunity to ride the MGSProject development times. The project is divided into two phases: A limited series non homologated – for racing use with 122 HP power kit; and the fully homologate Passion as a mission. The MGS-01 Corsa is a motorcycle with a sporting temperament. It is also a machine dedicated to all riders who love and understand mo tremendous competition potential and could well dominate events like the American AMA Championship.

http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/moto%20guzzi/moto_guzzi_mgs01%20serie.htm

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150.00 documentation fee may be charged

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4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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tags: craigslist, cycletrader, moto guzzi, MGS-01, V-twin, Italian Sport bike,  ebay, triumph, classic, KTM, Ducati, BOTT

 

FS: 1971 Triumph TR6R - 11,587 original miles - $10,750.00
FS: 1971 Triumph TR6R - 11,587 original miles - $10,750.00 Image

FS: 1971 Triumph TR6R –  GE27096PR612 – 11,587 original miles – $10,750.00

This fully restored technically “One Owner” Triumph has been lovingly restored and it is now time to find a new home for it.   I have attached notes from its owner on what was done and by whom, it is stunning in person.

Here is what the owner told us about it: .

Triumph 1971 Tr6r
Fully restored as near to factory (or better) original as possible. Numbers perfect. 11,587 original miles. Has been in boxes for the last 32 years. All components that were painted black are powder coated black. All components that were painted grey are powder coated grey with a slight hint of metallic but not flashy. Wheel hubs/brake backing plated are powder coated outside and inside. Powder coating process is a primer and then top coat. All fasteners have been replaced with either polished stainless or chrome plated. Original seat has been reconditioned.  Gas tank, front and rear fenders have been refinished by Don Hutchinson Cycle using a polyurethane base coat/top coat. Don is well known for having created a database of colors for every model and year of Triumph since 1946 and for knowing exactly how the stripes and scallops were originally. The Pacific Blue and White are accented with a Gold stripe. New: stainless steel rims, stainless steel spokes, chrome spoke nipples, wheel bearings, steering head bearings, swing arm bushings, fork stantions, wiring harness (cloth), exhaust headers/crossover/mufflers, coils, condensers, points, handle bars, front brake cable, speedo cable, throttle body/throttle cable, clutch cable, handle bar grips, carburetor air choke cable/lever, taillight bracket/light, fuel petcocks, fuel hoses, indicator lights, instrument lights. Engine complete refreshed with 40 over pistons/rings, big end bearings, sludge tube, primary chain, clutch pack, valves lapped, seals and gaskets. Oil filter in-frame conversion installed. Carburetor is original 30mm Amal. Body of carb was trued and slide is sleeved to prevent galling.

History of
1971 Triumph TR6R Tiger GE27096
(as known to Mel)
G = June
E = 1971
Original owner licensed GE27096 in Montana. Date of purchase is not known and city of licensing is not known.  Second owner, Carl, obtained GE27096 in the mid 1980’s. Actual date not known. Carl owned Harley Davidson motorcycles and always wanted a Triumph. Carl disassembled GE27096 in approximately 1984, with the intent of painting it. Knowing Carl as a casual friend I offered to help re-assemble the bike should he need assistance. In 1987, Carl was relocating due to employment and sold GE27096 to me. GE27096 was completely disassembled. Boxes of parts, nuts, bolts, washers, tubing, wiring, etc. The motor was not in the frame and in a varied state of disassembly, the frame and wheels were disassembled, the gas tank was primer painted with minor denting, the carburetor was disassembled, the wiring was “highly modified”, and a considerable number of parts were missing or “customized”.   Carl had the signed title from the original owner in Montana, but had not changed the title to his name. Therefore, he did not legally own GE27096. I was successful in transferring the title to my name in 1988. The reassembly project began by having the frame, swing arm, air box assembly, and rear fender powder coated by a shop in Coeur d’Alene Idaho. Due to having other projects and commitments, that is far as the reassembly went for years. GE27096 was moved and stored in heated garages until I sold it in 2003 to a friend, Ryan, who intended to reassemble it. Ryan did nothing to the bike, but store it in boxes in a heated garage until he sold it to another friend of mine, Bil, in approximately 2006. Bil stored the bike in heated garages and moved it several times to different locations, but no reassembly ever took place. I offered to assist Bil in the reassembly project. However, Bil decided to sell GE27096 back to me on March 31, 2016, in boxes. Along with the boxes of parts, Bil provided the three-ring binder copy of the shop manual that I had given to Ryan.  In the binder front cover was the title that I had signed over to Ryan in 2003. Since neither Ryan nor Bil transferred the title to either of their names, I was legally still the owner. Upon purchasing GE27096 from Bil, I successfully obtained a new title as the second legal owner.  Since GE27096 had been in boxes for approximately 32 years, it did not seem fitting to just reassemble her. So, with 11,587 original miles on the original odometer, on April 5, 2016, I began a  complete restoration, using as many of the original parts as possible and in some cases with the original patina. With noted exceptions, every part is either powder coated, chrome, or polished stainless. Naturally, the gas tank and fenders are painted blue/white with gold pin striping using the best polyurethane base coat/clear coat products available. A Triumph restoration shop, Don Hutchinson Cycle in Wakefield, Massachusetts, provided the painting to factory color codes and details. The factory color scheme of black and silver/grey frame, suspension, wheel hubs, and other body work was adhered to as closely as my research provided.
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4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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tags: craigslist, cycletrader, Thruxton, triumph,, Ducati, ebay, british bikes,  bonneville, tiumphstiger, triumphnation, classic british bike ,  classic bikes

FS: 1993 Moto Guzzi Daytona 1000 - 16,825 miles - $12,500.00
FS: 1993 Moto Guzzi Daytona 1000 - 16,825 miles - $12,500.00 Image

FS: 1993 Moto Guzzi Daytona 1000 – ZGUKABKAXPM200004 – 16,825 miles – $12,500.00

Over the years I have had the pleasure to make many motorcycle friends! Some like me, keep getting older and find it increasingly difficult to be comfortable on dropped bar bikes. One friend in particular is starting to sell off some of his collections. All of his bikes are generally rare hard to find models. This is one of  the first 3 bikes brought to us to get ready to sell and find good homes for.  We will get this up and going over the next few weeks, happy to answer question and please come see in person.

The owner of this Guzzi Daytona had the opportunity to correspond with the legendary Dr. John who was living in PA, and subsequently purchased a collection of parts he had for sale for a Daytona.  At that time he actually did not own a Daytona but he still bought the collection of parts. He then scoured the country to find this one out of LA with the intention of going racing and putting on the racing bits.  This is a very rare model with an incredible history, it was not an easy bike to find a clean example of.   Current owner has had it for just over 12 years, his plans to build a Superbike never happened, instead, it was parked as it was purchased and the race kit never got uncrated.  In 2014 he had the Moto International go through it and “wake it up” but it has been parked since and we will go through the same process once again before selling.  The bike equipped with an MG Performance stage 2 Termignoni exhaust system and intake kit along with a set of lightweight Dymag wheels.  In 2014 it also had a brand new set of Michelins put on as well.  All original parts including exhaust, wheels, and airbox come with.  This is frame VIN 0004.

 *If the new buyer is interested there is also a full racing kit available for sale separately for this bike.  Full bodywork (x2), Aluminium fuel tank, performance motor internals and a set of one-off 17″ Marchesini wheels, Brembo rotors and much more!  additional information and full detail of parts available upon request, value TBD.    A little exchange with its owner on what’s there in the kit:  Yes aluminum fuel tank, according to John it was made by the panel beaters in the Maserati shop since they were all part of the ‘family’ at that time.  John made the crate to ship the tank in.  Packing slip shows that it was shipped April 5, 2007, I have faring and seat, new 17″ Marchesisi’s (Magnesium), there are two cranks, one stroker one not.  And there are two sets of rods, Pankel Ti rods and a new set of Carrillo rods that are longer which presumably go with the stroker crank.  The Carillo’s were inside a Crower box hence my confusion.  Additionally a Koni shock with two different springs, the Transkontinental clutch assembly with spare disc and lighter pressure plate.  Close ratio tranny.  Brembo rotors and calipers.  Subframe assembly.  And a pair of hubs for spoked wheels..

Here is a more about the Daytona 1000

A dentist turned Moto Guzzi racer, Dr. John Wittner won several titles in the mid-1980’s, and lent his hard-earned expertise to the factory during the development of the 1000cc Daytona.  Along with some consulting from Raceco ( an English racing tuner that had worked on the exciting Daytona racing prototype ),  the collaboration produced the 4-valve 992cc V-twin along with a new frame design and resulted in the Daytona 1000.

But by the early 1990s the Italians were back on top or at least competing with the Japanese on equal terms for performance and price. 1000. For several years Moto Guzzi was rumored to have a new four-valve 1000cc V-twin superbike ready to go into production, and it finally appeared on the streets in 1993. The Daytona 1000 is a true Moto Guzzi in that it is long, low and stable, yet it has a very modern and powerful engine. The 1000cc V-twin producing a healthy 721b/ft of torque at 6000rpm. Okay, so that’s not going to give GSX-R1100 owners too many sleepless nights, but for a top speed of 145mph, not bad for an air-cooled twin. Interestingly, the 1000 Daytona still has the traditional Moto Guzzi shaft drive, which is unusual for a sportsbike. But Moto Guzzi also emp multi-adjustable Koni monoshock at the rear (compressed by cantilever linkage rather than a rising-rate arrangement), and a pair of Marzocchi telescopic front forks with rebound damping adjustment superbikes from Japan.

Riding the Daytona is a curious experience. It’s incredibly fast for a Moto Guzzi, it handles surprisingly well for a Moto Guzzi and yet com new. But it is the styling and traditional feel, combined with modern performance and handling, that makes the Daytona such an exceptional m that was both beautiful, stylish, totally individual, and yet which retained all that was special and desirable about the marque. Source of the overview: Super Bikes by Mac McDiarmid

http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/moto%20guzzi/moto_guzzi_daytona%201000%2092.htm

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150.00 documentation fee may be charged

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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tags: craigslist, cycletrader, moto guzzi, daytona1000, V-twin, Italian Sport bike,  ebay, triumph, classic, KTM, Ducati

FS: 2013 Suzuki GSX-R750 - 8,914 miles - $6,999.00
FS: 2013 Suzuki GSX-R750 - 8,914 miles - $6,999.00 Image

FS: 2013 Suzuki GSX-R750 – JS1GR7MA0D2100619 – 8,914 miles – $6,999.00

This is a local bike, current owner purchased it used in 2015 at 6200 miles, she only put on 2000 miles on it in last 3 years.  Just not getting enough use so she has asked us to help find a new home.  IT had some tip over damage on right side when it was purchased, it was only cosmetic so no parts were replaced.  We went through and performed a minor service to make sure it is ready to ride and enjoy!    Come snag this one and have a great summer!

Here is what the magazine say about this model;

The original and only 750cc sportsbike on the market, the GSX-R750 continues a legacy dating back to the model’s ground-breaking launch in 1985, where it took race replica motorcycles to a new level. A truly individual street machine, the Suzuki GSX-R750 is a direct link between the racetrack and the streets and delivers powerful performance with supreme handling. The current generation GSX-R750 features an eight kilogram reduction off the total weight, advanced engine technology, broader power delivery, improved throttle response and lower emissions and is built on a shorter, compact wheelbase with simplified and lighter aerodynamic bodywork.  The latest version of Suzuki’s Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) fuel injection system delivers impressive throttle response along with improved fuel economy and reduced emissions.    The advanced Suzuki Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS) is designed to optimise engine output and now provides riders a selection of two engine maps to suit the conditions or their riding preference.  The GSX-R750 chassis, is designed with an emphasis on weight reduction and compactness to improve overall handling and provide an ideal power-to-weight ratio.   For greater stopping performance, Suzuki’s 750cc powerplant now incorporates four-piston Brembo monoblock front brake calipers and 310mm dual floating discs, and a single piston rear brake caliper with a 220mm disc.   Experience today the one and only, unlike any other ride on the road, GSX-R750.

Credits cards accepted, up to $150.00 documentation fee may be charged
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4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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tags: Yamaha, r1, zx, Kawasaki, ninja, classic, Sportbike, craigslist, cycletrader, ebay, CBR, Suzuki,  KTM, Ducati, Yamaha, Yamaha R3, ZX, Ninja, Sportbike, 2006, gixer, gixxer, GSX-R750, Suzuki, Bikes

FS: 2007 Triumph Speed Triple - 30,037 mi - $4,999.00
FS: 2007 Triumph Speed Triple - 30,037 mi - $4,999.00 Image

FS: 2007 Triumph Speed Triple –  SMT500PK77J291034 – 30,037 mi – $4,999.00

This very green Speed Triple was brought to us to rescue.  Original owner purchased it new from Triumph of Seattle in April of 2008.  He totally enjoyed it and reliably commuted on it for the first 8 years of ownership, logging up the first 30K.  Life changes ended the need for a commuter and unfortunately, the bike ended up getting parked outside in back yard until this year.  We have service records of local service work performed while in use, including less than 100 miles on new rear tire along with the Triumph recommended routine service records.

SUB moto-service guys just went through it, replaced many cosmetic bits showing corrosion.  The original fuel tank was severely affected by ethanol laden fuel sitting in it and had to be changed. The fuel system was completely cleaned, hoses replaced,  injectors and throttle bodies inspected, along with a new fuel filter.  A complete fresh set of  “Roulette Green” OEM bodywork including a brand new fuel tank was installed.  Along with the cosmetic clean up, we also performed a medium service which included,coolant and all hydraulic systems flushed, over $2200 was spent getting it back to good health.  It’s not cosmetically perfect showroom condition but it is ready for lots more miles of smiles.

Here is what the press had to say:

Naked SportBike, All Dressed Up

Does it surprise one for a moment that the champion of streetfighters comes from the country that originated hooliganism? That English heritage dates back to the 19th century and is both a mark and a badge. While we decidedly pass on the destructive behavior, getting a little rowdy with the throttle inevitably seems to come with the territory when riding this particular high-performance motorcycle.

The Triumph Speed Triple is a motorcycle that epitomizes the streetfighting ethos. The 1050cc in-line 3 is shared with the Sprint ST sport tourer and Tiger adventure bike. But, instead of fairings and bags, the Speed Triple is seriously naked, with its 131 hp engine hanging provocatively from the tubular fare, and unapologetically bulbous twin chrome headlights showing the way. The Speed Triple isn’t just brawny; it is clearly a bit of a bully, to

Since its original introduction in 1994 the Speed Triple has become a true two-wheeled icon. Delivering undiluted attitude and a unique presence on the road, it’s motorcycling in the most direct, rawest form available, and all the better for it.

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150.00 documentation fee may be charged

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4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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tags: craigslist, cycletrader, Thruxton, triumph,, Ducati, ebay, british bikes, triple bonneville, tiumphspeedtriple, triumphnation, Yamaha, r1, zx, Kawasaki, ninja, classic, Sportbike, CBR, Suzuki,  KTM, Ducati, Yamaha, Yamaha, Ninja, streetfighter

FS: 2006 Suzuki GSX-R1000 - 30.825 mi - $5999.00
FS: 2006 Suzuki GSX-R1000 - 30.825 mi - $5999.00 Image

FS: 2006 Suzuki GSX-R1000 – JS1GT76A162100517 – 30.825 mi – $5999.00

This awesome beast was a local 2 owner bike, owners were good friends.  It has been set up right to increase its potential and performance while keeping it reliable.  Lots of fresh bits, ready to go.  The suspension has been re-valved and set up by KFG suspension experts in Auburn.  Leo Vince full exhaust installed and set up by Speed Dealer Motors.  Along with the following additional upgrades.

  • New Michelin tires within last 150 miles
  • Woodcraft Rear sets
  • Stomp grip tank pads
  • Frame Sliders
  • Galfer steel braided brake lines
  • Galfer front brake rotors
  • Double bubble windscreen
  • Suspension set-up for 170 lb rider
  • New battery 150 miles ago
  • Battery tender

Here’s a bit of what the press had to say:

In 2005 the GSX-R1000 re-wrote the rule book for liter class supersport bikes. For 2006 the flagship GSX-RTM is poised to blow away the competition. Boasting works inspired technology and class-leading performance, the biggest GSX-R combines incredible acceleration with razor-sharp handling.

The newest generation of GSX-R1000 features an engine that produces more horsepower and torque than ever, with quicker acceleration to match – both from a standing start and in roll-on blasts through the gears. It’s also been redesigned to shave precious pounds, making it a phenomenal 8.8 to 28.6 pounds lighter than its closest rivals. Its lightweight along with completely refined suspension front and rear give the GSX-R1000 the edge needed to Own the Racetrack.

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FS: 2006 Honda Shadow VLX Deluxe - only 4,432 miles - $2,799.00
FS: 2006 Honda Shadow VLX Deluxe - only 4,432 miles - $2,799.00 Image

FS: 2006 Honda Shadow VLX Deluxe – JH2PC214X6M701382 – only 4,432 miles – $2,799.00

The VLX was produced by Honda for 20 years!  It is a reliable and very popular bike for Honda over the years.  This one was parked for the past 4 years and came in to us to make run again.   Owner decided it was really time to let someone else get some use out of it and hopefully ride it!  Our service department went through and got it ready to go.  New battery, full carburetor and fuel system cleaning, new Pirelli tires and a new battery.  The bike comes with a set of leather saddlebags, windshield and a cycle cover.   There are a few dings in the gas tank but it does not appear to have crashed just maybe bumped or tipped over in the garage.   It is ready for upcoming Spring adventures!

Here is what the press say about this model:

The VLX is powered by a 583cc V-twin engine. This is the sweet spot in engine size that allows you to easily learn how to ride without doing wheelies or burnouts on accident. This bike was also heavily inspired by Harley Davidson engines, right down to the semi single pin crank. That means around town you will have a great sounding motorcycle that puts out an aggressive exhaust note without being overly loud. Even stock this bike sounds great.

The Shadow VLX would make an ideal bike for someone who thinks a Honda Rebel 250ccbike might be a bit too small for them, but they don’t want a bike that is over 650cc’s. It’s also a great bike if you want something inexpensive that will last you a while. Sure you can always sell your first bike a year after you get it, but this Shadow would easily last many years into your riding career if you so desired.   The bike comes in at 439 lbs which isn’t the lightest bike out there, but sometimes that weight will help with stability when you are on the freeway. The seat height on this little monster is also quite short. 27.2 inches which is awesome for shorter riders.

That short seat will also help you flat foot the bike if you are average height to help manage the weight. If you are shorter than 5’6” it can make riding a sportbike a little awkward without modifications, but you would feel right at home on this Honda Shadow.

Conclusion:

This is an absolutely badass motorcycle that you will love if you are a fan of cruisers. Really the only thing that makes it less than ideal is that 4 speed transmission. If it had one more gear it would make riding on the freeway a bit easier.

Credits cards accepted, documentation fee $150.00 (negotiable)

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
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tags: craigslist, cycletrader, cruiser, honda, honda shadow, shadow vlx, ebay, pnwriders, pnwmoto

FS: 1982 Honda CBX Super Sport - 12,539 miles - $10,000.00
FS: 1982 Honda CBX Super Sport - 12,539 miles - $10,000.00 Image

FS: 1982 Honda CBX Super Sport – JH2SC0603CC401401 – 12,539 original miles – $10,000.00

This incredible classic Honda CBX has had the same owner for the last 20 years!  It has been well kept, no signs of tip over damage of any sort although it is a 35 year old motorcycle and does have some patina here and there.  It just went through SUB service department where it had all its bodywork and exhaust removed and cleaned, carbs were then removed and rebuilt, all fluids flushed, new tires and made ready for its next adventure.  It comes with the factory suitcases installed and they too are in great shape!  Currently has a tall windshield option in place but it comes with all the original pieces.  If you have never heard one of these run or seen one in person, this is worth the trip to SUB to check it out.

Oh that sweet sound!

A bit about the CBX:

“The CBX announces itself as an exotic – elegant restraint atop an audacious self-confidence that jumps up and down, I’m a six!”
By Phil Schilling

http://www.cbxclub.com/davespage/cyc82-1.html (article)

Honda had produced a Honda RC series six-cylinder race bike in the mid-1960s, but the CBX was Honda’s first production 6 cylinder road bike. The CBX’s advanced DOHC 24-valve inline six-cylinder engine was its outstanding feature; but in other respects the bike was conventional, having telescopic forks, a tubular frame, twin rear shocks and straight handlebars

Although bulky, the engine was wide only at the top. The width across the crankshaft was relatively narrow as the CBX had a stacked engine accessory arrangement, whereby the alternator and ignition items were positioned behind the cylinder block. This arrangement produced an acceptable engine width low down and moved critical items out of harm’s way in the event of grounding.

Journalist L. J. K. Setright wrote of the CBX’s width: “Don’t tell me that its engine is too wide: It is no wider than the legs of a rider, so it adds nothing to the frontal area, and personally I would rather have my legs shielded by a cylinder apiece than exposed to every blow

Sport touring model

In 1981, Honda repositioned the CBX into the sport touring category with the CBX-B, detuning the engine and adding Pro-Link monoshock rear suspension, air-adjustable 39 mm front forks, a fairing and panniers with a stronger frame to support these additions. The CBX was given beefier dual ventilated front brake discs to help bring to a stop the bike’s increased weight. The 1982 model CBX-C model differed little from the 1981 model, having only some changes to paint and trim.

Credits cards accepted, documentation fee $150.00 (negotiable)

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Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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FS: 1999 Ducati 748 Biposto - 11,946 mi - $8,300.00
FS: 1999 Ducati 748 Biposto - 11,946 mi - $8,300.00 Image

FS: 1999 Ducati 748 Biposto – 11,946 mi – ZDM1SB3R1XB011001 – $8,300.00

The original owner worked in the industry at a local Ducati shop and purchased the 748 new. He performed most of the mods himself with the help of a few Ducati experts. The second owner purchased in 2001 and continued the build out with the guidance of the original owner. Together 15 years ago, they performed a frame up build at 7,600 miles. We are led to believe the 855cc motor that was built by Mark Sutton (DucShop), but we have not found written verification. This 748 also received a full 52mm arrow exhaust and lots of tasteful upgrades, check out the build history below.

Totally un damaged, no sloppy workmanship anywhere to be found on this super clean timeless Ducati Superbike. . The 2nd owner sold the bike in August of 2008 with 10,192 miles on the clock. Current owner titled it and put approximately 1700 miles on it his first year, tabs expired, maintenance became due, life changes happened and bike was parked in his climate controlled storage since 2009. This gorgeous 748 will come with owner’s manual, build and service records, some original parts, and 1 key.

It seems that the more we stare at this beautiful 748 Superbike the more upgrades we spot! On top of the obvious ones listed and spotted like Ohlins rear, 5 Spoke Marchesini wheels and full Arrow exhaust, we also see…

998 Brembo Snowflake Front Brake Rotors
Evoluzione clutch slave
Euro headlight switch
Upgrade rear suspension strut
Nice high gloss quality carbon bits
That real not “painted” magnesium inner clutch housing is so rare it’s not even funny!

For those who are not familiar with the 748 lineage, this is the first gen 748. This really was the true little blood brother to the iconic 916 in every sense other than displacement and rear tire size. It retained all the technical features of the Tamburini designed 916 like adjustable steering head angle, dzus fasteners to easily remove the fairings, quick disconnect lines on the tank. In 2000 Ducati introduced 2 new models the 748S which stood for Sport and the 748E which stood for Economia. The S was a continued copy of the beloved 748/916 series with the addition of 5 spoke wheels and TiN coated front fork tubes. The E retained the 3 spoke wheels and gave up the coolest features like dzus fasteners and easy disconnect fuel lines. No more adjustable steering head angle option either. Great price point but lost some luster IMO. This 1999 version is the real deal, only change from the first introduction in 1997 is the Ducati logo and font.

Here’s a bit of its history

06/23/2002 @ 7,600 miles

  • Bike disassembled down to bare frame
  • Frame powder-coated metallic silver
  • New Marchesini 5 spoke wheels added and powder-coated to match
  • New Öhlins rear shock installed
  • Full 52mm Arrow exhaust installed
  • GP shift lever installed
  • New Evoluzione Clutch Slave
  • DP crankcase breather installed
  • Full motor and chassis service

08/16/2004 @ 10,100 miles

  • Oil and filter service
  • New ventilated magnesium clutch inner housing installed
  • New Slipper clutch installed
  • MotoCorsa vented billet clutch cover
  • New DP Carbon intake trumpets installed
  • JHP Air Filter installed
  • Euro headlight switch installed
  • Carbon air conveyor, front fender, chain guard, sprocket, and swingarm covers installed

 

06/26/05 @ 10,267 miles

  • Oil and filter service
  • New Battery

05/05/08 @ 10,811 miles

  • Oil and filter service
  • Chain serviced

Most recent services performed

08/10/2017 @ 11,946 miles –  – Just over $2100.00 spent bringing this gem back to its fighting glory!

  • Full factory recommended 12K service performed by SUB moto service
  • New fuel filter and fuel system overhaul
  • New BMC filters installed in airbox
  • Full Hydraulic flush
  • New battery installed

08/10/2017 @ 11,946

  • Found compression low on vertical cylinder
  • Removed cylinder, cleaned up piston and related parts
  • Cleaned carbon of valve seats and lapped in valves
  • new head and base gaskets installed
  • Back to full compression in both cylinders.

Credits cards accepted, documentation fee $150.00 (negotiable)

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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FS: 2016 Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone ABS - 10,336 mi - $6450.00
FS: 2016 Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone ABS - 10,336 mi - $6450.00 Image

FS: 2016 Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone ABS – 10,336 mi – ZGULWUB07GM200521 – $6450.00

This great looking Moto Guzzi Stone was purchased new at Moto International in March of 2017.  It has only had one owner but he really enjoyed it.  Took a trip back to the East Coast and it worked flawlessly!  No tip over damage, going to get its oil changed before sold all other maintenance up to date.  Comes with small windshield, Ram mount phone holder, barend mirrors, stock mirrors inals and USB adapter.  All manuals, records and two keys provided.   Owner of this bike is moving to Spain and can’t see leaving it sit unused so we are looking for a new home for it.

Here is a bit about what the press had to say.

Eclectic and essential, the V7 II Stone now has new color schemes: Nero “Ruvido” and Grigio “Intenso”. They are satin finishes and inspired by typical color schemes of the seventies that enhance the contrast of the new frame, built with more aesthetic welding where brilliant paintwork has been applied to enhance the ingenious architecture.

The rest of the bike, from the mirrors to the shock absorbers, from the mudguards to the wheels and even the side panels is dominated by black, now also extended to the tail light assembly and the new brake and clutch levers. This is a look that enhances the chromium on the silencers, the instrument cluster profile, the shock absorbers and even the tight finning of the engine’s aluminum cylinders. The technical characteristic that differentiates the V7 II Stone ABS from her big sisters is the lightweight alloy wheel rims, a unique modern concept on a decidedly vintage design.

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150.00 documentation fee may be charged

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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tags: craigslist, cycletrader, moto guzzi, V7 Stone, V-twin, Italian Sport bike,  ebay, triumph, classic, KTM, Ducati,

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