Suzuki Gsx-R750 for sale in Shipley

SUZUKI GSX-R750, 750cc , 1989. New Suzuki GSX-R 750 RK 1989, new unused 0 miles, extremely rare collectors bike, this is the only new 0 miles 750 RK been advertised for sale in 10 years.

Includes - rear wheel stand, indoor cover, owners manual, both keys, tool kit, currently not registered but can be done if requested.

GSXR750RR (RK), the RR stood for race replica. It was designed by Takahiko Kawaguchi and its initial purpose, apart from being a "straight out of the crate racer", was a bike which could be tuned easier than its short-stroke predecessor the J, and K Suzuki GSX-R750s. This was mainly to cater for the smaller racing teams as the RKs engine reverted to the long-stroke style engine fitted in the original slabside models. Racing teams which were already adept at tuning the long stroke engine and so were more familiar with this revived long stroke design.
From the 500 originally produced, only 200 units were exported to Europe. Most of these ended up in Germany, UK, France and the Netherlands, some went to Sweden, only a couple went to Norway and only one to Iceland. Out of the European 200, 50 units officially came to the UK, most went to racers and race teams, thus units which went to dealerships and sold to private customers were very limited £44,995

750 cc, £44,995.00.

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Gsx-R750

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Other GSX-R750's in stock

Suzuki Gsx-R750 for sale in Shipley

SUZUKI GSX-R750, 750cc , 1989. New Suzuki GSX-R 750 RK 1989, new unused 0 miles, extremely rare collectors bike, this is the only new 0 miles 750 RK been advertised for sale in 10 years.

Includes - rear wheel stand, indoor cover, owners manual, both keys, tool kit, currently not registered but can be done if requested.

GSXR750RR (RK), the RR stood for race replica. It was designed by Takahiko Kawaguchi and its initial purpose, apart from being a "straight out of the crate racer", was a bike which could be tuned easier than its short-stroke predecessor the J, and K Suzuki GSX-R750s. This was mainly to cater for the smaller racing teams as the RKs engine reverted to the long-stroke style engine fitted in the original slabside models. Racing teams which were already adept at tuning the long stroke engine and so were more familiar with this revived long stroke design.
From the 500 originally produced, only 200 units were exported to Europe. Most of these ended up in Germany, UK, France and the Netherlands, some went to Sweden, only a couple went to Norway and only one to Iceland. Out of the European 200, 50 units officially came to the UK, most went to racers and race teams, thus units which went to dealerships and sold to private customers were very limited £44,995

750 cc, £44,995.00.

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