Click here for an CycleVIN Motorcycle History Report on this 2001 Kawasaki ZX7R. Additional photos are available here for your perusal.
In 1996, Kawasaki decided to standardize naming for their popular 750 sportbike worldwide, rebadged the model in the US as the ZX-7R – the double R moniker was reserved for the more potent homologation special that Kawasaki sold in very limited numbers. Down on power and somewhat outdated when matched against the new GSX-R of the time, the ZX-7R was still a top seller due in large part to its street prowess and classic good looks that have stood the test of time.
This example is VIN: JKAZXDP1X1A054565, Engine #: ZX750NE036103.
The odometer shows 16,979 miles.
The seller states that this has zero issues and is a “perfect 100% turn key bike that is ready to ride.” Recent maintenance includes a full fluid flush as well as a new gold chain and Renthal sprockets.
Brembo calipers (originals included), stainless steel brake lines, rim decals.
Full Muzzy titanium exhaust system with a carbon fiber silencer (original exhaust included).
Euro-style projector head light (stock headlight included).
Solo race cowl.
Carbon-style chain guard, carbon-style heel guards, swingarm spools.
Aftermarket adjustable levers.
The seller states that the sale includes “all factory parts.”
Per the seller, there are “very minor blemishes on the lower side cowl, which are expected from the road grains over a period of time. Overall, the bike looks just like it’s out of the showroom, excellent original condition with all the desired upgrades. Bike is tuned to perfection be it carbs or suspension (was tuned by Jim @ Catalyst Reaction in Bay area). I would ride it cross country with all confidence it’s 100% turn key..”
It is riding on Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa tires.
The sale includes two factory keys (one pictured).
Currently located in San Martin, California, this Kawasaki is offered on a clean California title with registration current through October 2022.
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