KZ750G

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  • #4673
    speedy
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    looks like a good base for a new project, good luck Speedy.

    #6789
    speedy
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    #6787
    BiqueToast
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    The ’80 is my favorite year. It just all seemed to come together cosmetically.
    Good luck on the bid…

    #6791
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    for the record i’m not so sure about this one folks , maybe parts value ?
    a 76/77 b1/b2 is worth so much , and an 80 g model/ltd is worth so much …
    but an 80 g model/ltd with a b1/b2 engine is far from original , and is unlikely to hold any value but is also going to prove expensive to get it back to something like it should be …
    bearing in mind the b1/b2 engine ran off a seperate regulator and seperate rectifier , and the 1980 g model ran off a combined regulator/rectifier , with one extra wire than the b3/b4 ….
    the electrics should be at the least an interesting hybrid ?
    and please bear in mind there is little information in the listing .
    the engine runs but rough … carb balancing or big ends ??
    b1/b2 front master cylinder , strange front handlebars …
    and the sheer expense of having the well pitted front fork tubes sorted , minimum ?80 , plus fuel to bristol …
    ony for the brave … but what do you all think ??
    cry

    #6790
    speedy
    Participant

    😯 no i agree bud thats my thinking to so if anybody wants it fill your boots im sure a Y1 or a CSR will show up shortly 😀

    #6788
    BiqueToast
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    KWAKON wrote:
    for the record i’m not so sure about this one folks , maybe parts value ?…

    Well you sure win the award for “most observant”. I didn’t even notice the things you pointed out, but I guess that’s because I wasn’t buying it…

    On the other hand, should anyone here buy it, let me make an offer on the side covers….

    🙂

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