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2007 Kawasaki Ninja

condition: salvage
engine displacement (CC): 500
fuel: gas
odometer: 20000
paint color: custom
title status: missing
transmission: manual

TLDR; RUNS GREAT; NEW TIRES; TRACK BIKE NO PAPERWORK ; LOW MILES ; LOTS OF NEW STUFF

1.5K$ FIRM

PHONE # @ BOTTOM

You will need to jump through a lot of hoops if you choose to make it “street legal”. I will write you a bill of sale but that that’s all there is.
It will also cost you a couple hundred dollars. So I’ll take it off the price of this listing for ya.

I have never had the bike registered in my name, the bike is still in the the last owners name. THIS is why the bike is so cheap.

This is my 2007 Kawasaki Ninja 500.


I bought the yellow Ninja at 9998 miles; in early 2018.
Today the bike has just a few hundred shy of 20k as of April 11th 2019.


This is/was my first motorcycle and I took care of it very well, internally.

I did every oil change at 3k, personally.
I have had only one person work on my bike EVER, and that is the owner of CT Motorcycle tires. He has only changed my tires 3 times, changed my brakes 2 times, and performed one oil change. All other work was done by yours truly.

Plastics are expensive; I planned for a street fighter build in the future to negate the cracked fairings issue, but they are held on very tight in a very similar or even better method than original, it just doesn’t look as sleek.

Here is a list of things I have done in the last 3 months to this ;less than 100 miles have been put on it since December 2018 because , well, if you live in the greater LA area, the last 2 months have been shitty weather. She didn’t leave the garage like the ugly queen she is. So all of these parts are new.
If you wish for any proof of me doing this work, all of it is documented in my Instagram available for viewing, just ask.
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RECENT work done
-New Battery
-New Front Brake Rotor (Not on yet, going to get done with front tire both comes w bike)
-All new Front / Assembly parts
-New Alum Radiator (comes w bike)
(Axle, retainers, pins, bolts)
-Front Caliper rebuild (Piston and seals replaced with new banjo fittings)
-Front Brake Master Cylinder replaced
-Newish Front Brake Pads (Feb 2019 less than 50 miles atm)
-New Brake and Clutch levers
-Top Triple tree sanded, painted with oil coat w new steering nut
-Rebuilt the Speedo w cool LED purple lights
-Gas tank cleaned ;flushed w vinegar
-In-line fuel filter in between gas tank and carbs
-Carbs rebuilt and tuned*Needed for exhaust*
-New Air Filter
-New SS 2-1 Delkevic Headers to Tip Exhaust
-New Chain (Rivet type, not that sketchy pin clip bullshit)
-New Sprockets (One tooth down in back *quicker acceleration than stock gearing*)
-Rebuilt Rear Brake Caliper
-New Rear Brake Master Cylinder
-Rebuilt and painted Foot Brake Assembly
-New Rear Brake Rotor
-New Rear Brake pads (Jan 2019 Less than 100 miles)
-New Front and Rear “Sport Demon” Sport Touring tires, Dual ply (less than 100 miles on the rear as of today, the front isn’t on yet comes w bike)
-LED blinkers front and rear


Cons
-Bike has been sitting for a few months, you’ll need to reclean the carbs. They run fine, just better to be safe.
-Lots of broken brackets and bolting points on plastics; I’ve replaced these with drill holes and zip ties, not pretty, but definitely works well over 100mph+ no worries other than it’s kinda ugly.
-Duh plastic is broken duh
-Scapes In metal here and there
Bar ends should be replaced because they are ugly.
Scratches on Both sides of engine.
-VERY MINOR rust on the frame, should be taken care of before being left outside; it’s not deep, just starting to peel away the paint atm.
-Again, scrapes, a small dent in gas tank (literally less than a 2mm dent small AF but there is bare metal showing,)
-rattle canned plastics(tank and front wheel fender is still oem color)
-Zip ties often replace tiny bolts
-There are very two rubber boots missing from under the tank that rest on the center frame fail and the right side of the frame that meets the tank. Other than the original blinkers, these are the ONLY things missing from this bike. This does not do anything but make fucking annoying sound when you put pressure towards the tank of metal on metal rubbing together, other than the sound there is no issue with this.

Again, internally this motorcycle is very sound and taken care of.

The bikes most current picture is of it with the BLACK front fairing. That is what it looks like today.

I don’t want any trades. I will only take cash.

I will not part it out or sell you anything on its own.


ALL of the OEM items I have removed or possess will come with the bike, along with ANY other EX500 components that I possess, good or broken, I’m giving you the whole box and will let you choose on your own. I wouldnt have any use of them.
This included the OEM exhausts, mirrors, etc.. This box alone is worth well over 250$.

If you have any other questions about this motorcycle please let me know.

I am reachable by TEXT MESSAGE ONLY

@ EIGHT18 NINE39 NINE914
My name is Alexander.

Have a good day and thanks for reading this post.
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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