I chose this bike because I wanted a project.
I chose this bike because I wanted something familiar.
I chose this bike because I wanted history.
I chose this bike because I wanted a Kwakka !
I currently have a GPz900R and a ZZR1100.
My ZZR1100 is a 1999 D7 model.
It is pretty much stock.
Although I added a nice leather seat, braided brake lines and K&N filters.
It doesn't need to be any better.
It goes like stink, handles extremely well for a heavy bike,
and tours effortlessly with style and efficiency.
My GPz900R is a 1990 A7 model.
It has done just over 100,000km's.
It has been used on track days.
It has been neglected.
It has the wrong paint.
And it has been patched up from some drops.
I still bought it.
It is complete.
It rides true.
The frame and wheelbase measured straight.
It has a genuine GPz900R spec 4-2-1 Aluminium Magnum Exhaust system in good condition.
It has new MetalGear brake rotors and pads.
And the A7 model has all the good bits.
17" front wheel, 41mm forks (no anti-dive), dual-piston calipers all-round, and 300mm
floating front discs and a 250mm rear disc brakes.
Non-return CAM tensioners.
And although this model is de-tuned a bit, we will endeavour to address that.
A nice rebuild/restore project awaits.
I have no rush, and will do each step slowly as time and cash permits.
|My ZZR1100 D7 - 1999.|
|My GPz900R A7 - 1990.|