The seller has provided a cold start and walkaround video:
Click here for an CycleVIN Motorcycle History Report on this 1994 Kawasaki ZX-7. Additional photos are available here for your perusal.
1993 was a great year for the legendary ZX-7 – a model update meant it got the motor from the previous year’s homologation bike (minus the close-ratio transmission and the flat slide carbs) AND it was the first year of the ram-air intake!
Very few changes were made for the 1994 (ZX750-L2) model, but that’s OK because the upgrades bumped up power from 100 to 119 at the crank (a June 1995 test by Performance Bike Magazine showed 108.5 horsepower at the rear wheel). The engine was stuffed into an aluminum perimeter frame and the whole package weighed 452 pounds dry.
It was recently “gone through and freshened up with a service that included a carb clean, fluid flush, front and rear brake pads and fluids, and several new parts such as fork seals, petcock rebuild, battery, tires and more.”
Per the seller, “there are a few cosmetic issues, including a fiberglass left lower painted to resemble the stock scheme. The person I bought the bike from did not use all stock mounting hardware on the panel and can be seen if the pictures are zoomed in. Neither of the lower fairings have the Kawasaki sticker on them.
“Various light scratches or nicks are present on the body panels, left rear turn signal light, and a crack in the taillight plastic. On the frame, near the steering head, there’s usually screw bungs that have been welded into the frame. The right one is not present. Photos of all other known cosmetic flaws are included in the album up top with additional pictures available as requested.”
The seller states that there are no mechanical issues and that this Kawasaki “cranks right up and idles well.” It just “needs to be ridden.” The seller is letting it go as he has “too many bikes to give them all the riding attention they deserve,” so now it needs a new caretaker. Please let us know if you have any questions and we’ll do our best to get you answers!
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