Posts by tag: Race Replica

Honda November 17, 2009 posted by

1998 Honda CBR600F3 SE Smokin’ Joe Edition

Now, I know, generally CBRs aren’t rare at all but a Smokin’ Joe Ed. is somewhat rare and this is supposedly the first ’98.  Located in Morgan Hill, California is a clean looking 1998 CBR600F3.  The seller only states that: “This bike is CLEAN. Low miles, new tires, upgraded exhaust…This bike was the FIRST Smokin Joe EVER made, VIN shows ..001”  This last part isn’t entirely true but it may be the first 1998 SE–with the probable VIN of JH2PC253*WM750001.  The seller is asking $5,000.  If you’re a collector or just looking for something different, this might be worth a look.  See the ad on Craigslist here.

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Honda November 16, 2009 posted by

1995 Honda NSR250SE MC28

Located in Laguna Niguel, California is an outstanding 1995 Honda NSR250 SE.  This bike is titled and registered in California!  The seller does not list mileage but states the bike is in excellent condition as the photos show.  The asking price is $10,500.  Click on the ad just to enjoy the photos!  See the Craigslist ad here.

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Suzuki October 31, 2009 posted by

Would you like to ride the same bike as your hero?

Located in Northern California are three AMA superbikes.  See description below:

3 Yoshimura Suzuki AMA superbikes

Please be aware that two of the three have all of the data logging, traction control, and race instrument clusters removed. This drops the price considerably. Due to the current AMA roadracing rules, Yoshimura Suzuki bought these bikes from a dealership before converting them to race bikes. So they have proper VIN, registration, and titles! So in essence, one could convert these 200+ HP Superbikes into streetbikes if they wanted.

The last bike listed is Mat Mladin’s race bike, as is, with all the insane factory race bits still on the bike. As a matter of fact, the tires are still the same ones still on this bike as last raced.

Due to the new homologation rules of the AMA Superbike series, Yoshimura Suzuki started out the 2009 season using 2008 bikes. So though these are ’08 models, they were only built back at the beginning of this year, just in time to start the 2009 race season. This is the real deal. Factory spec full on superbikes.

#22 Tommy Hayden Superbike $18,000.00:

http://www.tommyhayden.com/
* 2008 Yoshimura Suzuki Superbike (AMA American Superbike spec engine) – 202 HP at crank
* Fiberglass race bodywork exact from ’09 season
* Ohlins internal fork kit (FGK 136)
* Ohlins rear shock (SU 788)
* Yoshimura R-77 Titanium/Carbon Full System exhaust
* Deep sump for race exhaust
* EM Pro
* Yoshimura Adjustable Rearsets
* Lightened rear brake rotor
* BMC race air filter
* Yoshimura Race harness
* Yoshimura Performance cams
* Yoshimura adjustable cam sprockets
* OEM steering damper
* OEM wheels / tires / front brake rotors
* OEM master / slave cylinders
* 520 RK drive chain. Assortment of rear drive sprockets (AFAM)
* OEM instrument cluster
* California registration / title
* Engine has only 200 Km of use
* Swingarm pivot – standard and off-set inserts (1 set each)
* Approximate mileage (OEM odometer shows 0 miles. Race instrument clusters were used the entire season) – 1,500 miles

#79 Blake Young Superbike $18,000.00:
http://www.amaproracing.com/rr/rider…r.cfm?did=3276
* 2008 Yoshimura Suzuki Superbike (AMA American Superbike spec engine) – 202 HP at crank
* Fiberglass race bodywork exact from ’09 season
* Revalved / Sprung OEM Showa forks
* Ohlins rear shock (SU 788)
* Yoshimura R-77 Titanium/Carbon Full System exhaust
* Deep sump for race exhaust
* EM Pro
* Quick shifter
* Yoshimura Adjustable Rearsets
* BMC race filter
* Yoshimura Race harness
* Yoshimura Performance cams
* Yoshimura adjustable cam sprockets
* OEM steering damper
* OEM wheels / tires / front & rear brake rotors
* OEM master / slave cylinders
* 520 RK drive chain. Assortment of rear drive sprockets (AFAM)
* OEM instrument cluster
* California registration / title
* Engine has only 200 ~ 300 KM of use
* Swingarm pivot – standard and off-set inserts (1 set each)
* Approximate mileage 1,500 miles (OEM odometer shows 0 miles. Race instrument clusters were used the entire season)

#7 Mat Mladin Superbike $49,000:
* 2008 Yoshimura Suzuki Superbike (AMA American Superbike spec engine) – 202 HP at crank
* Fiberglass race bodywork exact from ’09 season
* Ohlins pressurized fork kit
* Ohlins rear shock (SU 788)
* Yoshimura R-77 Titanium/Carbon Full System exhaust
* Deep sump for race exhaust
* EM Pro
* quick shifter
* Mladin custom rearsets
* BMC race air filter
* Yoshimura Race harness
* Yoshimura Performance cams
* Yoshimura adjustable cam sprockets
* Ohlins steering damper
* Magtan magnesium 17″ rims
* Brembo monoblock radial mount front brake calipers
* Brembo front brake rotors
* Factory Suzuki triples with offset / caster adjustability – Caster adjustability +- 30min. Off-set inserts +- 2 mm
* Brembo master / slave cylinders
* MoTec instrument cluster
* MoTec data logging Includes suspension potentiometers, GPS system, lap timing
* 2-way switchable maps
* 520 RK drive chain. Assortment of rear drive sprockets (AFAM)
* California registration / title
* Engine has only 200KM of use
* Swingarm pivot – standard and off-set inserts (1 set each)
* Approximate mileage 1,500 miles (Race instrument clusters were used the entire season)

Pictures:

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What would could be cooler than showing up to Alice’s on a Desmo?  Mat Mladin’s bike would have to be right up there.

See these bikes on Bay Area Riders Forum here.

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Suzuki October 31, 2009 posted by

1996 RGV250 Gamma VJ23

Available in Northern California is a 1996 RGV250 in what looks to be amazing condition. The ad as posted by the seller:

I am sad to say that I am forced to sell my 96 RGV250. I have spent the last 3 1/2 years building the bike.

This is a extremely rare 1996 RGV250 VJ23. There were only 2218 bikes made between Feb 96 and Sept 96. The bike has a unique 70 degree motor based on the Suzuki GP bikes. There are maybe 15 to 20 of these bikes in the USA.

Here is a list of the modifications I have done:

– Ohlins radial front forks with the Brembo radial calipers
– Galfer wave rotors
– Yoshmura billet triple clamps w/modification to fit stock ignition lock
– Penske triple clicker rear shock
– Marchesini magnesium 10 spoke wheels f/3.5″ and r/5.5″
– New Michelin Pilot Power 2ct tires
– Custom rear caliper bracket with brembo caliper
– Sugaya race pipes (Not the Lomas as seen in the pictures below)
– Sugaya R2 cdi
– Has oil injection (not premix)
– Ca titled with new registration(November) for the next year
– Recent complete rebuild

I want $15,000 firm for the bike. No tire kickers please…and no test rides until there is cash in hand.

Sorry no trades of anykind.
Feel free to contact me with any questions…

** The pictures below show the bike with Jim Lomas pipes….the bike currently has Sugaya race pipes and thats whats being sold**

The asking price is $15,000 and is titled and registered in California.  See the ad on Bay Area Riders Forum here.

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Kawasaki October 12, 2009 posted by

1990 Kawasaki ZXR-7 Ninja H2

Located in Aliso Viejo, California is a very nicely restored–to Kawasaki endurance paintwork–1990 Kawasaki ZXR Ninja.  This bike is purported to have been previously owned by Chip Yates who chose to restore this bike while commissioning the custom paint work, fitting an Ohlins rear shock, and Ohlins components in the front forks.  The chassis has 32,071 and a brand new motor dyno’ed at 105hp.  This bike is a very neatly customized, early ZXR-7 Ninja.  See this bike on eBay

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Derbi May 29, 2009 posted by

Derbi GPR50 Overload

Today, it seems, Derbi GPR50’s are quite prevalent.  If you’re in the mood for something cheap on insurance, neat, rare and able to be wrung out within posted speed limits; the Derbi GPR50 just might be your bike–especially with several available across the U.S.  Listed below is a sample of Derbi’s currently available in the U.S., I have excluded the ones in less than desirable condition and there may be some that I wasn’t able to find.  Let us know if you are aware of one we haven’t posted, if you would like your rare sport bike posted, or, if you’d like us to find a particular model you haven’t seen yet.

2003 Derbi GPR50 Millbrae, California $2200

8600 miles, original exhaust plus Arrow from Team Calamari, rear stand, manuals, both keys and clean title.  See the San Francisco Bay Craigslist ad here.

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2002 Derbi GPR50 Burbank, California $2950

2250 miles, Arrow exhaust, 24mm Mikuni carb and newly registered.  See the Los Angeles Craigslist ad here.

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2001 GPR50 Lawrence, Kansas $1700

Ducati replica, new piston, water pump, etc. (Rebuilt motor?).  See the Lawrence Craigslist ad here.

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2003 Derbi GPR50 Fairfield, Iowa $2400

Titled as moped.  See the Des Moines Craigslist ad here.

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2003 Derbi GPR50 Fishers, Indiana $2100

1400 miles, premium gas and oil only, ABS (it’s what the ad says).  See the Indianapolis Craigslist ad here.

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Two (2) 2005 Derbi GPR50’s Kenesaw, Georgia $3600 & $3200 (See ad)

272 miles, 2 of 100 imported to US, MCO (MSO) title, owners manual, tool kit, 24mm Mikuni, modified Derbi exp. chamber. $3200

230 miles, 72cc Metrakit engine, Arrow exhaust, premix only. $3600

See the Atlanta Craigslist ad here.

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2003 Derbi GPR50 Greensboro, North Carolina $2000

4700 miles, 72 cc Metrakit, Mk Sp Exhaust, Mk PRO Crank, Mk PRO Clutch, 19mm DelOrto Carb, Engine was completely rebuilt and ported professionally at 2500 miles, Oil injection taken out – Premix only.  See the Charlotte Craigslist ad here.

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2003 Derbi GPR50 Baltimore, Maryland $2000

5300 miles and clean title.  See the Baltimore Craigslist ad here.

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2005 Derbi GPR50 Georgia $3000

No specific information listed.  See the Tampa Bay Craigslist ad here.

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2000 Derbi GPR50 Smallwood, New York $2200

448 miles (shown), 80cc big bore.  See the Fly Kitty Motorsports ad here.

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This post is quite old, but here are some Derbi’s for sale right now:

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Yamaha January 14, 2009 posted by

1987 Yamaha FZR 750R #169 of 200

Update 1.14.2011: Now on Craigslist for $4k. Thanks for the heads up Joe!

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Located in Louisville, KY this bike belongs to and was submitted by Kelly who is a RSBFS.com daily reader. Thank you for supporting our site and sending us your bike to post.

We’ve had a few of these before, but I have to admit it’s been difficult finding the proper information for this bike.

Here’s what I know:
These were the pre-cursor to Yamaha’s famed OW01 FZR 750RR Homologation
There were only 200 of them made to satisfy the AMA Homologation rules
There are very few left as most of them were raced just like any other LE Homologation production model

Owner has the following to say:

This bike is #169 of only 200 made for the US market. To homologate the FZR for AMA racing, Yamaha had to bring 200 street-spec 750 into this country. This bike escaped the racetrack, instead becoming a garage queen. The bike is entirely stock. Never safety wired, never put on the track. As you can see in the pictures, the only damage is a crack in the fairing at the right side front turn signal and a little bit of clearcoat peeling off the left side of the solo cowl. The only mechanical issue on the entire bike is that the button which resets the odometer came off years ago. Last year I had the valves checked and the carbs synched. This bike runs beautifully. If you are very serious about this bike I will be glad to make a short video showing start-up from cold. Nothing to hide, like I said it runs flawlessly. I also have an original Yamaha shop manual and various magazine articles from when the bike was released.

Looks like Kelly has taken great pride in owning this bike because by looking at the pictures one wouldn’t know it has 25,304 miles on the clock, which is low for a 22 year old motorcycle. I also think it says a lot about the seller and bike when the owner is willing to produce a video showing a cold start and idle. So if your a Yamaha guy and like what you see,

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