2007 Kawasaki Mean Streak Spec Ed,Beautiful,1600,Fuel Injected,Fast,Clean,Nice

2007 Kawasaki Other

Price: US $5,250.00
Item location: Henderson, Nevada, United States
Make: Kawasaki
Model: Other
Type: Cruiser
Year: 2007
Mileage: 11,000
VIN: JKBVNKB187A01503
Color: Red and Black with Flames
Engine size: 1,600
Vehicle Title: Clear
Description

UP FOR SALE AGAIN! NON PAYING BIDDER! I AM LETTING THIS GO FOR CHEAP! THERE WAS THE SAME BIKE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA THAT SOLD FOR CLOSE TO $8K AND HAD 27K MILES ON IT! BUY IT NOW!Up for sale is a beautiful example of a 2007 Kawasaki Mean Streak 1600 Special Edition with only 11k miles. Many people claim to have a special edition. The main distinction is the red frame, red wheels, and paint pattern from the factory. Try and find one with low miles from the West Coast that are rust free. They are very difficult to find and are not common. I just took these pictures today. It is all stock, fuel injected so it runs amazing. Has a custom seat with red stitching against the black leather that matches great with the bike. It boasts great power, over 100 ft lbs of torque. Has a nice Rake to it looks very sharp on the road and attracts lots of attention wherever it goes. Mechanically sounds, no leaks, no bad habits. Garage kept, low miles at just over 1000 miles per year average! Rides smooth and is very quick in turns. You can really lean into them. Comes with a factory key, and a clean and clear title in hand. Only selling to make room in my garage for other toys! Buyer pays and arranges shipping. I will assist with arrangements if needed. If you have no feedback please contact me first before bidding or your bid will be removed. Please see payment instructions when bidding. If paying the entire winning bid via paypal you must add 3% to the total amount to cover fees. Please see additional information on the bike below. Good luck, bid with confidence and happy bidding! Some Info Below for your Inquiry.... Then for 2007, Kawasaki quietly rolled out a special edition of the Mean Streak, and suddenly there is news in the form of the most head-turning graphics ever to grace a cruiser at this price point. Kawasaki painted the frame and wheels a tasty metallic red, then colored the bodywork flat black and overlaid a red, silver and black flame motif that demands attention. Most of the usual bright-metal pieces have gone dark with black chrome or black paint. Even the fork legs and exhaust system are black. Overall, the new Special Edition is stunning and very un-Kawasaki. You don't need to take our word for it. Ease it to the curb at any urban burger emporium and hear the questions fly. The graphics and dark look totally transform the visual character of the motorcycle, and, even parked next to a standard 2007 Vulcan 1600 Mean Streak, the Special Edition might be mistaken as a different motorcycle altogether. Fortunately, the Special Edition treatment doesn't alter its behavior. The SE is still the smooth-riding, hard-stopping Mean Streak that seduced us in 2001. Few true cruisers are as confident on demanding roads, and none of those can match its comfort on extended rides. Light, predictable steering also makes it a breeze in busy urban traffic. Although the menacing graphics may make the Meanie SE appear more belligerent, it's still the same mild-mannered Vulcan we've always liked. The 1, 52cc engine adds a big punch. It starts readily, and power flows evenly and predictably when you need it. With its intense graphic element, the saddle of the Special Edition would be harder to replace with an aftermarket item, unless that piece comes up with a design that offers a real pillion as well as matching graphics. Even then, a plusher saddle would clash with the tough-guy statement of the SE. If you rarely invite a friend to ride with you, though, the sparse rider's section is actually pretty comfortable for a variety of shapes and sizes. Though we're sometimes put off by the added cost of limited-edition versions of cruisers, in the case of the Mean Streak Special Edition, we think the additional $200 is worth every penny, whether you measure it by compliments received or from that little rush of pleasure you get every time you look at the motorcycle. While the standard Mean Streak will fully match the high of piloting the Special Edition down a twisting road, the SE outperforms the base model spectacularly when parked. The Mean Streak could always make us smile, but now it can do it without even thumbing the starter button. Keywords:mean streak, tx, onda, awasaki, uzuki, ucati, arley, ruiser,

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