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FOR SALE: 2003 Kawasaki ZX-6R/636 - race ready/track day ready - Houston, TX.

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2003 Kawasaki ZX-6R/636 – Race ready/track day ready. Original owner with clean title.


>> Newly freshened up motor: Only one race weekend and four track days on motor

>> Factory slipper-clutch

>> New/full Leo Vinci Race exhaust w/ Ti canister

>> PCIII PowerCommander

>> Full Traxxion Dynamics fork work (just serviced)

>> Penske Triple-Clicker rear shock (just serviced)

>> Brembo master cylinder, with Goodrich steel braided lines

>> CRG Roll-A-Click clutch and brake levers

>> Braking Technologies lightened rear brake rotor

>> New DID X-Ring Gold Series chain, 520 size

>> Scott's steering damper

>> Hot Bodies bodywork (in very good shape), OPP Racing Carbon Fiber front fender

>> Zero Gravity Double-Bubble windscreen

>> NRC case covers

>> Vortex clip-ons


>> Two sets of wheels with rotors, excellent condition

>> Two sets of forks, excellent condition

>> Sub-frame

>> Swing-arm

>> Radiator

>> Ram-air mount and upper fairing stay

>> Factory rear sets

CHANGE! Got a lead on a new bike and need to sell quick.
$5500 for bike. $6500 for bike + all spares.


Why am I selling? I had always planned on selling her at the end of 2005 anyway. However, this season had already gotten off to a rocky start. Then, I injured my wrist and has taken me out of contingency. So, I’m out of the points in Sprints and will concentrate on Endurance... and will probably be getting an '05 636.

Short of some scratches here and there with general use, the bike is in solid shape and totally straight. The bike has only been down twice and NO DAMAGE was incurred... short of the frame sliders and my ego of course.
Located in Houston, Texas and I can drive to deliver to anywhere around state lines.

Call or e-mail for more details:

[email protected]

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