Full Factory Kawasaki ZX7-RR Superbike. Race bike . Not Suzuki, Ducati, Yamaha

100% Genuine bike . Period correct . Immaculate

Price: £35,000.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Scotland, United Kingdom
Make: Kawasaki
Model: ZX7-RR
Year: 2002
Engine size: 749
Power: 175
Gears: Six-speed manual
Drive type: Chain
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The bike for sale is a FULL Factory Kawasaki ZX7-RR This bike was owned personally by Glen Richards until i bought it directly from him some years ago. The bike was given to him at the end of 2003 by Stuart Hicken of Hawk Kawasaki as part of his wage deal . The bike was refreshed and shown at the NEC before being awarded to Glen. This is a 100% correct example of a works Kawasaki with a letter of authenticity to accompany her as well as a set of Glens leathers  . If the bike sells it will NOT be available for collection until after motorcycle live in November @ NEC as Kawasaki UK have asked to show this bike on their stand commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Ninja . This is a rare opportunity to own a genuine piece of racing history which will only increase in value. You will be hard pushed to find a cleaner . more correct example than this one.  I can put a serious potential buyer in touch with Glen and an ex BSB cheif tech to confirm its authenticity . However i would have to be satisfied that the buyer was genuinely buying before bothering these guys with this. PLEASE . No time wasters or idiot's. Im a genuine guy selling a genuine bike. No PX's please and i will not break the bike.  Below is a short write up of the pedigree of the bike and technical spec. Displacement  749ccHorse Power   175 BHP @ 14. 00 RPMMax RPM         15. 00 RPMCompression Ratio   15. 1Carburation      4x 41mm Keihin FCR FlatslidesGearbox          Factory Close ratio 6 speedWeight             162Kg (with water-oil. no fuel)max speed       325KPH  With the ZX7-RR nearing the end of its development. this bike was first supplied to Harold Eckl's Fuch's Kawasaki Factory Squad in 2002 and campaigned in the World SuperBike Championship by UK rider Chris Walker alongside his team mate for the year Hitoyasu Izutsu. Chris took 9th overall in the championship with a best finish of 4th in the 2nd race of the German round and a season total of 152 points.  Harold Eckl then moved to Moto GP as Kawasaki's focus changed away from World Super Bikes and development ceased on the ZX7-RR. Both Chris Walker's factory bikes were then shipped to Britain to be campaigned in the British Superbike Championship in 2003 by Hawk Kawasaki and their star rider Glen Richards. Glen very successfully went on to place the bike 4th at the end of the 2003 season with 255 point.  Bearing in mind that 2003 was the first year of the mighty 1000cc bikes to be introduced into BSB. the little 750cc showed just how good she was.   This bike was then totally refreshed by Hawk Kawasaki and shown at the NEC Bike Show before being awarded to Glen as part of his season bonus.  These  ZX7-RR's are highly regarded as the last of the true superbike's with virtually every component changed or modified . these bike's sport. gear driven cams. Suter dry clutch. factory chassis and swing arm. Ohlins Magnesium forks. Brembo monobloc's and 41mm Keihin FCR's.  the only 750cc superbike to continue to use carburettors instead of injection.  

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