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1986 & 1989 Suzuki GSXR’s with 15 miles total!

This is one of those moments in your life that you may never experience again. For me it is one of those things that you think may be out there somewhere, but are just unsure until you see it. All I can say is “WOW, Absolutely Amazing!” Can you believe these are being offered for sale? Can you believe they even exist in this condition? I think it is awesome that they are being offered to the public and not to Barber or kept closed in private circles. Anyone care to guess what the reserve is?

From the seller:

YOU KNOW WHAT THESE ARE, SO I WON’T GET TOO MUCH INTO DETAILS.

THE 1986 LIMITED HAS 10.5 MILES AND IS IN “AS NEW” CONDITION, ORIGINAL OWNER RODE IT 10.5 MILES AND PARKED IT. IT IS 99% PERFECT, MINUS 1% FOR SOME TARNISH ON SOME OF THE HARDWARE. THE BIKE HAS A CLEAR US TITLE.

THE 1989 HAS 5.2 MILES AND IS IN “AS NEW” CONDITION, BIKE IS 100% PERFECT, HAVING ALWAYS BEEN STORED INSIDE & HEATED. THE BIKE HAS A BILL OF SALE ONLY AS IT WAS A JAPAN ONLY MODEL

These are already rare bikes, but to throw the “as new, 15 miles total” into the mix puts them in a whole new level of collectible RSBFS.

We’ve posted a couple of 86′ GSX-R LE’s recently, but the only differences between regular and LE GSX-R’s were a dry clutch and solo seat tail section. However, the RR version had numerous differences, but they were never brought to the US. Some of the differences included, but aren’t limited to, 40mm Slingshot Carbs, close ratio gear box, single seat and an aluminum gas tank. Personally, I’m digging the red number plate on the tail section. I’m going to keep an close eye on the auction and I’ll let everyone know how it ends.

Cheers!

dd

12 Comments

  • Holy GSXRs batman! Wow – the dream team of GSXRs!!!!!

  • Did anyone find out how much this lovely pair went for? The link was broken when I tried to find out.

  • […] that racer boy look and feel with the red number plate on the solo tail section. As I reported in my previous GSXR 750RR post some of the differences between the US standard issue GSXR and the Japanese one include, but […]

  • I would love to follow up on this and any more GSXR750RR’s that surface as I have “lost track”of a couple of them. be on the lookout for vin #’s ending in 31, 32, or 33. One of them was still in the original crate when it disappeared from my warehouse in Canada. This may be the one. I can be contacted at 604-897-4000 Al

  • Hi Do you want to sell your GSXR ??
    Thanks

  • yes I would like to sell them.

  • Hi does anyone know if the 89 GSXR RR was sold, is it still available or does anyone have one for sale? I’m based in England but looking for one of these and will buy and ship if the right bike is found.

    Thanks

  • hi all

    i take them in 1990 i drive road race (superbike) on the 89 model….can you ship them to denmark

    best regards svend

  • hi i live in ireland and own a gsxr 750 believed to be an rr it has braced swing arm 43 mill forks it is an 89 and says gsxr 750rk on the log book what was the frame no sequence for this model does anybody know its not easy to get info here as they werent official imports carbs look different as well cheers leo murph

  • the serial # should read
    JS1 and end with 4K2100032 or 31 or 33 if they were any of mine. these were the sequences used for the fifty Canadian models imported here to Canada. I’d like to find my missing bikes.

  • Dear DD, is your RR from 1989 still for sale?
    MVBR,
    Elie

  • sounds like bull S!#$@ to me limited number of bikes made 1986 1988 and these turn up, look like japan copies and build, sold over the internet or bad uk make up, most were raced and wreaked, i believe only limited numbers made, have one with small mods, and 15000klms, used as old track bike, 6000klms road, full hisory from new and not for sale ( to much pain) 96 hp as tested and will still out perform an 2011 in a straight line,(must have changed the testing methods) will not go around corners like my Kattie 950 and even the Fat Bob will keep up in corners if you commit, get her in a straight line and she will keep going. But it sounds like a super bike should, and sucks in the non bikers, more info for the irish guy flat side carbs,43 forks, stearing damper like its after market addon, remote resivior on shock, rev a little harder much more stable than standard (will not lift on the front) and the back will hold a line, electronic sensor are removed for anti dive as they did not work, and no problem in 26 years with dry clutch, (even have spare friction plates). bike will not run on standard 92 ron fuel only likes high octane 98+ or race fuel. mine has wn front end plastics and head light and it makes it look like it should have, MEAN and LEAN 162KGs, fully sorted springs/and carby only the air box is standard so chokes it, Photos are available

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