||04-21-2013 03:04 PM
WTS - 2002 Suzuki Katana 750 - East MA
I'm looking to sell or trade my 2002 Suzuki Katana GSX750F
. I would consider selling it outright but would prefer a trade so I'm not stuck without a bike. I am looking for a supermoto or a dual sport bike (It's important that the bike I trade for be able to at least hold 70 MPH). The bike is listed for sale locally for $3,750 OBRO.
2002 Suzuki Katana 750, just cracked 11,000 miles. The bike is in excellent condition, never down, never raced and serviced regularly by me using OEM oil and filters and I've been using Startron Fuel Enzyme treatment every time I fill it up to keep the ethanol from gumming up the carbs.
List of mods:
-Spiegler handlebar kit (allows the mounting of a set of dirt bike style handlebars for a more upright and more comfortable riding position. The Spiegler kit uses LSL handlebars and has an extended SS brake line, it is an expensive kit but I wanted to do this mod right and not just drill MX risers into the top plate of the triple tree) http://www.spieglerusa.com/controls/...onversion.html
-Yoshimura slip on exhaust (mid-pipe back)
-Dealer-installed and tuned stage 1 kit (tuned for the exhaust)
-Slimcubby HID kit in the headlights (purchased here through a GB)
-Adjustable race-style levers, anodized blue
-EBC clutch plates and springs (10% stuffer than stock and perfect for this bike in my opinion. Still allows for good slippage in traffic but grabs better than stock)
-Racetech for springs (sprung for a 180 lb rider) which really reduce brake-induced nose dive and make it a lot more fun in corners
I still have the stock fork springs, clips and levers as well as a Haynes and factory service manuals that will all go with the bike. The first 3 pictures are how she sits today. The last picture is from the day I bought it. I have all the parts to make it look the way it did then and could help you install them if you'd prefer a factory look/feel (basically remove the Speigler handlebar kit and put on the softer front springs)