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Suzuki Gs1150 Mint Condition on 2040motos

US $2,000.00
YearYear:1985 MileageMileage:13713
Location:

Asheville, North Carolina, US

Asheville, North Carolina, US
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Suzuki GS photos

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Suzuki GS tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1150 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:JS1GV71A6F2102670

Suzuki GS description

 Suzuki GS1150. Used but mint condition. The pictures will speak for themselves. If you have other questions please ask.

  • 13,713 miles
  • Original Paint in Excellent Condition
  • Dyna 2000 Ignition
  • 35mm Smooth Bore Carburetors
  • Maintenance Free Battery
  • Vance & Hines Exhaust w/Art Carbon Fiber Muffler
  • New 530 Conversion, O-Ring Chain & Sprockets
  • Pirelli Tires

Moto blog

Wrist Surgery for Daytona-Winner Myers

Tue, 27 Mar 2012

Elena Myers has undergone surgery to repair a broken bone in her left wrist. The SuzukiScoopFans Suzuki GSX-R600 rider originally injured the wrist in a supermoto crash last year but the broken scaphoid bone was not diagnosed until just prior to the Daytona round where Myers picked up her second career AMA Supersport victory. “It bothered me here and there.

Suzuki to Join MotoGP Test at Catalunya

Tue, 26 Feb 2013

Suzuki plans to take part in the mid-June MotoGP test at Spain’s Catalunya circuit. If all goes according to plan, the June 17 test, which follows the sixth round of the 2013 MotoGP season, will mark the first time a Suzuki MotoGP bike has shared the track with the prototypes from rival manufacturers Ducati, Honda and Yamaha since 2011. When Suzuki announced its withdrawal from MotoGP racing in 2011, the Japanese manufacturer said it planned to return for the 2014 season.

Why I love BSB's Showdown

Thu, 26 Sep 2013

It has lovers, haters and even many that still don't understand it but everyone in British bike racing is currently talking about the BSB Showdown.  With my rider's or team manager's hat on, I wasn't convinced when it was first announced in 2010 but I'm now totally converted and enjoy every part of the season as intensity increases.  And being a value for money Scot the best thing is you get four championships under one umbrella.  Championship # 1; In the early rounds everyone on the grid has aspirations of taking the title but as the season progresses, the focus narrows down to making sure you secure that top six showdown spot over the first nineteen races (riders can also drop their worst two results).  Championship #2; For the confident front runners, over these races, the real goal is the podium credit championship (3 for 1st ,2 for 2nd,1 for 3rd) which then gives them a points head start after things are put back to zero for the final seven race shoot-out.  Championship #3; The best of the rest championship (7th and below) that will be battled over the final races. Championship # 4;  Over the final seven races the British Superbike Champion is crowned. The recent adding and reshuffling a few top name riders for the Showdown has already spiced things up so hold on tight for the remaining five races!