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Best regards Team:

Check this bike....! It looks AWESOME



From the web site:

http://www.750turbo.com/

Check more pictures of this bike at the web site


"1986 Model, chopped, raked and chromed frame.
Engine: 810 cc, Wiseco pistons, one off stainless steel spider pipes, one off alloy surge tank, IHI RHB 32 turbo, 23 psi, Weber adjustable fuel pressure regulator, cheated air pressure sensor, 60 hp NOS-Kit, airshifter, beltdriven GSX-R alternator.
Front end: Showa forks, Hagen yokes, Spiegler 8-pot calipers, Spiegler 320 mm discs, Magura Radial main cylinder, LSL clip ons, Fischer billet wheels 3.5" and 6.5" with 120/200 Bridgestone (but Mickey Thompson soon)
Rear end: Fischer swingarm, 4 inches over with integrated air tank, Technoflex shock, Brembo scooter caliper, Spiegler scooterdisc (110 mm), 530 chain, thumb brake cylinder at left clip on.
Rest: one piece bodywork, small fuel tank, LSL footrests, tons of alloy bolts
and chrome, about 500 working hours and counting."
 

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I suppose that this is what we can transform our humble ZR7 into? With a lot of $$$ and time and effort and and and.....
It's just incredible.........

It's a KZ750 motor after all :cool:

Thanks for sharing the picture!

Aris
 

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Zapata ID

Thanks Aris:

Itztli is no longer in use....There's really not a clear meaning of this Aztec word and a lot of people have trouble pronuncing it right.

If you guys are wondering who was Zapata you can check this link:

Zapata Bio

or do a search for "Emiliano Zapata"

Kinda boring if you are not interested in Mexican History...I guess must of you are not. Anyway just for the records.


"It is better to die on your feet, than to live a lifetime on your knees"
-Emiliano Zapata
 
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