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2009 Kawasaki Ninja 650R w/complete ZX6R front-end upgrade. $4,200.

CL ad with pictures: 2009 Kawasaki Ninja 650R /w complete zx6r frontend upgrade

Clean and clear title. 7821 miles.

This bike has the following upgrades:

- Complete ZX6R front-end (upper/lower triples, forks, clip-ons, front fender, wheel, rotor, caliper, brakepads). Suspension has been professionally calibrated and setup. It is an absolute night and day difference compared to the stock 650R suspension. The front end upgrade is worth $1000 on it's own.
- Braided stainless steel front brake lines
- Carbon fiber Arrow exhaust
- Two Brothers fuel controller
- Big bobber headlight (complete dual H7 to H4 wiring conversion with SPDT switch for high/low beams. No harness splicing)
- Integrated front LED turn signals
- Integrated tail with LED turn signals
- Bar end mirrors
- Adjustable levers
- Fender eliminator

I'm also including the following:

- An almost new extra rear tire
- 3 extra headlights, different styles. Swap as you please.
- Misc extra parts (extra body pieces, etc)

Blueprint of the build that the previous owner had in mind:
My Build '11: Modern Cafe Racer (finally done!) - BMW Urban Riders

No trade. Cash only.

*Stock 650R on KBB: $2,765 when trading in at a dealership; $4,030 when purchasing from a dealer
*Stock 650R on NADA: Suggested List Price $6,799; Low Retail: $2,895; Average Retail: $3,810

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No offense...but the first question that comes to mind is...how badly was it wrecked before the conversion or do you have all the original pieces if it wasn't? If the forks were bent...did you have the frame professionally checked?
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