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Your swingarm has fallen off again. ;)
It is a mark 2.
Sp & sps yellow only is correct. Later mark 1 R’s were available in red.
Just going off registration facts. And that red is QUICKER
Both marks came in yellow and red. Yellow was more popular on mark 1 but mark 2 red was more popular (and better:)).
Cookster will fill you in. But it’s expensive for sure. It’s mark 2 territory.
Exactly. That’s why it’s been there so long.
@cookster 853 bike on eBay would be my choice. That’s been there for a long long time so deal to be done there. And it’s an 853!...
Desmo service at 15000 too. Not just belts. Just in case the one you are looking at us approaching this mileage. That would be a significant...
Happy to help. It’s a while since I looked but the mark ones often stick with dealers for a very long time. So bargain really hard.
Real world probably tricky to tell on the road. The Ohlins bikes are very good having said that.
And it’s a big but,
The Mark 1’s are...
959. Complete no brainier.
148 of the finest ponies is spot on thank you.
Best of both. :)
Ok. I’ll do it. For a price.
It’s a canister full of charcoal.
I like a nicely turned out Kawasaki. Good bikes these.
You’re a funny guy. ;)
True the narrow seat makes it easier for us shorties. But, the narrowness of the twin makes (IMO) it feel more flickable....
Bleeding hell that’s a lot if dust to brush off. ;)