Click here for an instaVIN Motorcycle History Report on this 1994 Kawasaki ZX-7 Project. Additional photos are available here for your perusal.
We acquired this bike to build our own tribute/replica to the Muzzy bike that was ran in the same general time – we sourced a single sided RAM swingarm kit and were planning to use a motor we sourced from Roger Lee Hayden’s actual ZX-10 racebike. We purchased a body kit from Sharkskinz (we can still order those, if you need one). Over time we had a request for the stock bodywork and tank, then a really good mate in Australia had to have the RAM swingarm kit and one of our painters wanted the Sharkskinz. Then, as luck would have it, the rest of Roger Lee’s actual ZX-10R (including his frame and bodywork) arrived to us so we’re going to build a replica of his actual bike to put next to our Nicky Hayden. Thus, we stopped focusing on this bike to make our clients happy, and now we’d like to free up some space.
We have some spare body parts laying around the shop that we’re willing to throw in – such as a purple tank from a French race team and some OEM rear panels (not original to this bike). We have a dealer account with Sharkskinz, Airtech, and Sebimoto if you’d like help sourcing street or race bodywork.
Please also note that it also has black fork legs, which came off of a Candy Wine Red ZX-7 that a client asked us to fix. This is because the fork caps are frozen on – we tried heating them and other methods but we were unable to remove them, so we swapped the forks off this bike to take care of the client’s bike. Please note that the fork caps will be quite difficult to remove off of this bike.
Use it for parts or bring it back to life – if you go the latter route, our White Glove Service would be glad to help if you need. So…build yourself a racebike, a street bike or anything else you can conjure up as the 93/94 “L models” are a bit harder to find and look great with the single ram air intake!
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