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    Default 1986 Suzuki GSXR750 for sale

    -- SOLD -- SOLD --

    Starts easy, runs strong and rides nice! I have the fairings removed, but they come with it; they are not perfect and have some cracks and such. Needs caught up on maintenance, but will run and ride without it!

    Comes with a mix of fiberglass and original fairings, spare fork seals and oil, spare sprockets, spare spark plugs. Again, won't need any work to ride but could use some TLC.

    I've been riding this bike for a couple years. I'm selling it to fund another project. Please e-mail if interested.



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    Last edited by dogbreath; 05-19-2011 at 09:02 PM.
    You might be like, I'm confused, what's the attraction?
    But some dudes just love to lose traction.

    Like any club that has grown too large, [motorcycling] has become mired in vacuous debates and split into a thousand splinter factions. Older riders hate squids; cruisers hate sport riders; Harley riders hate everyone, including themselves.

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    You might be like, I'm confused, what's the attraction?
    But some dudes just love to lose traction.

    Like any club that has grown too large, [motorcycling] has become mired in vacuous debates and split into a thousand splinter factions. Older riders hate squids; cruisers hate sport riders; Harley riders hate everyone, including themselves.

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    Get ahold of me let me know when i can see it

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    I e-mailed ya back! Come check it out whenever you've got some time.

    You might be like, I'm confused, what's the attraction?
    But some dudes just love to lose traction.

    Like any club that has grown too large, [motorcycling] has become mired in vacuous debates and split into a thousand splinter factions. Older riders hate squids; cruisers hate sport riders; Harley riders hate everyone, including themselves.

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    Dogbreath is a good guy for sure. I've been reading his post on the fighter site for a long time.
    Money won is twice as sweet as money earned.

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    an oldie but a goodie.. nice bike for sure..
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    Hey do you still have the bike?

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    Sold a while back.
    You might be like, I'm confused, what's the attraction?
    But some dudes just love to lose traction.

    Like any club that has grown too large, [motorcycling] has become mired in vacuous debates and split into a thousand splinter factions. Older riders hate squids; cruisers hate sport riders; Harley riders hate everyone, including themselves.

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