Posts by tag: Japanese

Uncategorized November 27, 2009 posted by

1994 Honda MC28 NSR250R in Hawaii

Let the two stroke madness continue! This time we have a great looking MC28 NSR250 in Hilo on Craigslist for $15k:

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quote from seller's listing:

Excelent Condition I bought in japan 1994 in New, and I went japan 5 times to bring all parts to assanble in hawaii
one of the kind in the world . I disply in my room over 10 years. !! Every 2~3 times a month I turn Engine outside of my garaged. Never raced and you can tell that NO scraches No dings Nothing at all !! I just Enjoy for disply in my room that all !! I spend over $7000 for Air ticket fee to japan and cargo charged for all part to bring here . Im certifiled Honda Motorsycle mechanic in japan . so assanble is 100% perfect !! Took 1 week to build the machine !!

By now you know that this site loves the NSR250, but this one really seems to be priced a fair bit above the rest. Then again if you were looking to buy from Hawaii, this one is already nearby and shipping will be cheaper. Maybe it adds up for the right buyer.

dc

Suzuki November 27, 2009 posted by

2 for 2 Stroke Friday

First up is a good looking

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Bike information from the seller:

My Yamaha RZ350 1988 in A1 plus condition.The motor is full rebuilt (Cost me $1800.00)
The CLutch is new + Stearing bearing + Brake + fork seal + seat + battery etc. I put more than $4000.00 (I have all the invoice) on it.
I also done full paint like original except the side pannel near the seat. The gas tank receive acid treatment.
The paint job is not perfect but not far. It cost me with the sticker $1250.00
So i put aroung $5250.00 on it. Any question write to me using contact seller.
Also injection is A1 working perfectly.
It start on first kick. Everything work perfectly

This looks like it could be a ton of fun on the open road.

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Next up is a as well. Both of these gems are for sale by the same owner in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.

This RG250 was listed on RSBFS back in August and is still for sale.

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Quotes from the seller:

with 15 000 km (9000 miles)
This bike, when i bought it 2 years ago cost my $3900.00 and i put more than
$4000.00 to make it perfect. There is New Original Gas Tank and one side pannel.
There is a scratch on front fender back side.
Carburator, brake,tires,seat (front and back), mono seat, battery are new.
It start on first kick. Everything work perfectly.
I have all the invoice and evaluation price for this bike is more than $14000.00 is this condition

The seller seems to have a lot of $ into restoring these little bikes and it shows. Back in August I believe the RG was for sale on ebay for 4,500, but that may have been a starting price. Both have B.I.N prices of $5,300.00 so if you or your significant other has a cool 2 stroke on the wish list, these could be under the tree by Christmas.

dd

Honda November 13, 2009 posted by

Low Mileage 1989 Honda Interceptor 250 VTR for sale on ebay


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This 1989 Honda Interceptor 250 VTR is proof that Kawasaki is not the only manufacturer to sell a 250cc 4-stroke sportbike in the US - albeit, only for three years. This particular example only has 4,783 miles and is currently offered on .

I don’t have any firsthand knowledge of these motorcycles so I turned to Wikipedia:

The Honda Interceptor VTR 250 was sold only in the United States from 1988 to 1990, with moderate changes occurring over the three model years. With a 249cc 4-stroke liquid-cooled DOHC V-twin engine and a 6-speed transmission, VTR 250 was the smallest of Honda's Interceptor line of motorcycles.

It was originally available in two color schemes, black with blue and white, and white with blue. The 1989 model was no longer called "Interceptor" and was available in only white with two shades of blue.

The 1990 model was produced in white and blue with stripes and "VTR" decal in blue and magenta. The front wheel was 17" and the front disc brakes were external.

1989 Honda Interceptor 250 VTR for sale on ebay

The ebay description adds a few more details:

1989 Honda 250 VTR Interceptor with low milage of only 4,783 miles.
This 1989 Honda 250 VTR has a brand new set of tires and a new battery.
The carbs have been rebuilt in the last month and all fluids have been changed.
This bike runs great & would be a good starter bike for anyone.
There are some scratches on plastics and a light dent on the gas tank.

This appears to be a very clean, low mileage example and the relatively inexpensive price makes it a perfect starter or commuter bike.

SG

Honda November 12, 2009 posted by

1997 Honda RS 125 Survivor… Never ridden!?

This one falls into the rare, never ridden, survivor category. Yes, I believe everyone should have a 12 year old, 0 mileage bike in the garage 😉

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Brand new and perfect condition. Never ridden. This is a clean, 0 Mile RS125. Model year is 1997. I had it race prepped last year, new tires and a complete prep, but never made it to the track. I have 13 other motorcycles and unfortunately I just never found the time to take the RS to the track.

These things used to kick my butt through the turns and I always felt a personal triumph when I passed one on the straights, which wasn't too often. I also have a nice memory of the smell of 2-stokes in the morning when they all fired up just as the clock ticked 8:00am in the pits. I still long for the day when one of the big 4 can choke down a 2 stroker to pass emissions, only to let the buying public de-restrict them. You know, the same way they do 4 strokes.... Needless to say, if you're in the market for a really cool, brand new track tool this might be your ticket. Price is $6,950.00 B.I.N.

dd

Suzuki November 10, 2009 posted by

1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750 For Sale in Fresno

I know these aren't exactly rare by production numbers, but it definitely falls into the 'most of them are gone' category. Check out this really nice looking 86 GSX-R 750 For Sale on Craigslist for $5900:

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quote from the listing:

The original "race replica"! The father of ALL sport bikes!
Excellent condition/Mechanically PERFECT!/Low miles/Clean title.
Performance mods./New battery/Virtually new Michelin Pilots.
Comes with front and rear stands, battery tender, dust cover,
rain cover, and old (but still funtional) matching helmet.
Seat cowling removable for passenger. Have owned since 1991.

The price would suggest that it's very nice indeed. Certainly worth a look if you've been waiting, and at that price it should be pretty clean.

Thanks for the tip Chris!

dc

Yamaha November 9, 2009 posted by

1990 Yamaha FZR400 in Medford for $2500

This is a pretty good looking example for only $2500. Oh yeah, it only has 5k miles too! I know there are a handful of Pacific Northwest followers in here, not to mention Doug is an owner, so naturally I had to post right away:

1990 Yamaha FZR400 on Medford Craigslist

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quote from the listing:

1990 yamaha fzr 400 only 5k miles, with aluminum delta box frame AND swingarm. only imported for 3 years and the 1990 is the only year with a delta box swingarm. very rare and unique bike. rated best ultra lightweight superbike of all time... even by todays standards. $2500.

The black plastics on this one remind me of my old FZR600 from college. Good memories and I've always heard the 400 was more than a match for the 600 with the lighter frame. I can practically feel the Citibank cash advance jumping out of my wallet right now!

dc