Long Lives

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Long Lives

Postby Turbo Pete » Sat Jul 23, 2016 10:34 pm

Still getting a mention in todays media!
http://www.motorcyclenews.com/news/2016 ... ong-lives/

Wouldn't mind getting my hands on one of those gsxr750!
Maybe the next project??
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Re: Long Lives

Postby VinoBassi » Sun Jul 24, 2016 7:24 am

Cool..Thanks goodness i got one which put a nice smile. :beer
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Re: Long Lives

Postby Dirck » Sun Jul 24, 2016 11:57 am


Good to see Pete. :thumbup GSX-R was all the rage. My friend loaned me his and it was impressive, comparatively speaking. Enter
750turbo. Search dropped dead in its tracks.

By: http://www.motorcyclenews.com/

"Kawasaki Z750 air-cooled 1979-2004 (all variants). Derived from the Z650 and first available as a basic 750, then the sporty GPz (the definitive air-cooled 750 sportsbike
of the era), the GT shaft-driven tourer, the LTD pseudo-custom, the Turbo (easily the best of the factory turbo bikes) and soldiered on as the ZR7 budget naked.
What you’ll pay now £800 – £5000 (for a really good Turbo). But should you? If you can’t afford a Turbo, get the Uni-Trak GPz version."


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