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1984 GSX-750SE Katana. (pop up headlight) Pix & Vid inside

Discussion in 'Archived' started by The Renegade, Nov 29, 2012.

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  1. #1 The Renegade, Nov 29, 2012
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2012
    Hi Guys,
    Well without going into too much detail .... I have to sell my girl. It pains me greatly.

    I'm asking $4500, but I'm open to any offers you have. I may also trade for a cruiser, or something that doesn't require me to bend my knee as far.

    Here's all the important stuff:
    1984 GSX750SE Katana.

    The Good:
    Stock strong engine.
    Hydraulic Clutch.
    New Paint - VW Pearl Blue with a multicoloured glitter fleck.
    1987 GSXR 750 front end with 18" wheel, 4 pot calipers and bigger disks. (Also have the stock front end to go with bike - not a smash up repair, modified for rideability)
    Remus Carbon Fibre muffler with 3" in and 2"out. 4 into 1 headers. Heatwrapped pipe.
    Low profile mirrors.
    Digital Dash with Speed, tacho, and all idiot lights.
    HID Headlight.
    Back tyre 95% Front tyre 75%
    Just done oil and filter, plus brake and clutch fluids.
    10 Months Rego.
    It's a pop up model!!!

    The not-so good:
    Pop up headlight doesn't. But has been converted to manual pop up and locks in place, so it's completely roadworthy. Comes with spare good pop up motor, just needs control box, and I can source that for you.
    If you are heavy like me (110kg's) front end could be a bit stiffer.

    The bike will also include:
    Set of 4 new pod filters to do away with airbox.
    Stock front end, calipers, wheel.
    Full set of repro decals in silver. Plus extras.
    Various spare bits.

    Video of the bike starting & running:
    Please excuse the noise of my postie at the start ... it is NOT how the Kat sounds!!!





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