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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-23-2012, 07:45 AM Thread Starter
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Bike with factory tour package on ebay

This probably should have went on the buy sell and trade section but it is interesting enough that I thought more should see it .If I were looking for a 750 this one would be at or near top of my list.
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Nice. Almost worth the price just for the touring package.

That "leather seat" looks alot like the stock vinyl one to me.

And the "will install new battery at purchace" could be a cover for a bad stator.

Wish I had the extra cash around.....

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Too bad it's not the full touring package. Those are aftermarket bags. I agree about the price. You could almost get your money back from the fairing alone.
Heck, even if the new battery is a cover for a stator I'd grab it for that price. That is if I wasn't about to replace the engine in my jeep! lol

I'd like to know what crash bars he's got by the bags!
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I'd like to know what crash bars he's got by the bags!
those would be factory dresser bars.





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Nice. Almost worth the price just for the touring package.
People would pay money to make their bike look like that?!

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People would pay money to make their bike look like that?!
Yes. Thousands. Who wants a bike that looks like yours?



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I would have bought the complete touring package if Kawasaki had priced it at about half what they did. It was not a good seller, and Kawasaki wound up almost giving the last ones away, which seriously hurt their resale value. They also were apparently poorly made, as it seems to be about impossible to find the fairing or bags anymore without damage. I have had 2 bikes with Vetter Windjammer fairings, bags, and trunk, and they were VERY well made.

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