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Old 12-25-2005, 08:08 PM
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Default Looking at an '89 Ninja 600 (ZX600?)

I've had lots of bikes, but never a Kawasaki. I'm looking at an '89 Ninja 600 locally.

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Questions:

- What are the basic specs?
- Displacement
- HP
- Weight
- Tire sizes
- Fuel & oil capacity
- Carb make (Keihin, Mikuni or ???)
- Carb size/bore

- What are the highlights of this bike? (Good & Bad)

- Any common problems or weaknesses I should look for?

- How is parts availability?

- Are there some "standard" low-cost performance or handling mods?

- It has about 30k miles and is stock. What's the approximate value?

Thanks in advance for any responses!

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Old 12-26-2005, 06:39 PM
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Default RE: Looking at an '89 Ninja 600 (ZX600?)

why would you want to buy a bike that old? i had a 88 750r ninja,. but it had 5400 miles, i wouldnt buy one that old
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Old 12-26-2005, 07:11 PM
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Default RE: Looking at an '89 Ninja 600 (ZX600?)

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why would you want to buy a bike that old? i had a 88 750r ninja,. but it had 5400 miles, i wouldnt buy one that old
Except for my Bandit 12, my bikes are '80's vintage. I'm not trying to impress anyone (clearly) or competing in street/track racing, so I don't need a state-of-the-art bike. For me tinkering and tuning are fun. So if this one runs well it'll be fine as a commuter bike. No worries about keeping it perfect. And it'll save me a few thousand dollars.
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