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Yes. It is finally for Sale!! 2007 Ninja 500. Street or Track. 7750 miles. Everything for $3,300 cash please. I will not part out. All or nothing. Retiring.

Located in Atlanta.


The bike has been meticulously maintained with oil change after every track day. It is clean and spotless. The engine compression is still perfect at 175psi on each cylinder at 7500 miles. Bike has never been dropped. Right now it is street legal form.

Here is the great thing about this bike: It can be converted to street or track use in about an hour and a half. I did it that purposely. Just remove the race body work, install the lights and stock body work and ride on the street. I have all of the OEM parts except for the mufflers that are just too heavy.

I have all receipts and instructions for everything that has been placed on the bike. I also have the complete Ninja 500 service manual.

Below is a list of the Mods, my cost and everything that comes with the bike;


Racetech front springs .9kg– total sag 30mm, my cost – $110.00
Ractech Cartridge emulators (yellow spring set at 3.5 turns) my cost - $169.00
Fork oil 20W, 4.75 inches from top of tube
Works Performance rear shock – nitrogen filled and sprung for me and bikes weight, 30mm total sag. My cost $410.11
EBC High Iron Content Front fully floating race rotor. My cost - $230.00
EBC HH brake pads - $49.00
Speigler Stainless steel brake line. My cost - $70
Dog Bones (custom from Fog) raised the rear 1.75” my cost - $50.00
AirTech race body work – My cost $400 for body work, $400 for matching paint work
RenTech Crash bars. My cost - $172
Woodcraft rearsets and shift rod. My cost - $230.00
Motorcycle Supply frame sliders - $25.00
Delkevic Stainless Steel Slip ons. My cost - $304.00
K and N Filter. My cost – $25.00
Adjusted carb needles up one notch
Pilot screws out 3 turns
Main jets up one size
Airbox modification (4 holes for tuning/humidity/baro pressure)
Barnett Clutch springs from ZX-6 (what a difference). My cost - $25.00
Pazzo Levers. My cost - $180.00
Bridgestone Battleax Hypersport Tires - 110 on the front, 140 rear. (nice sticky tires.) my cost - $390
Bar ends my cost - $63.00
Fuel filter and new petcock – my cost - $58.00
Zero Gravity Windscreen. My cost - $92.00
Fully Safety Wired
E3 Spark Pugs
SS Handlebar risers – 1”
Kakao Throttle Lock (cheap cruise control)
Exhaust Wrap
All of my set-up notes
3 matching keys

All parts were purchased brand new and I have all receipts. In addition to the above the bike will come with the following:


All OEM Parts:

Center Stand
All original body work, it is spot less
Extra font fender painted to match
All lighting and electrics
Paddock stand rear – my cost $25
Stock front rotor
Stock pegs and helmet locks
Various gaskets
New Clutch Cable in package
New Throttle cable in package
Whatever else is in the boxes I have

Will deliver within 50 miles of Atlanta

Clean title in hand
 

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Yes. It is finally for Sale!! 2007 Ninja 500. Street or Track. 7750 miles. Everything for $3,300 cash please. I will not part out. All or nothing. Retiring.


The bike has been meticulously maintained with oil change after every track day. It is clean and spotless. The engine compression is still perfect at 175psi on each cylinder at 7500 miles. Bike has never been dropped. Right now it is street legal form.

Here is the great thing about this bike: It can be converted to street or track use in about an hour and a half. I did it that purposely. Just remove the race body work, install the lights and stock body work and ride on the street. I have all of the OEM parts except for the mufflers that are just too heavy.

I have all receipts and instructions for everything that has been placed on the bike. I also have the complete Ninja 500 service manual.

Below is a list of the Mods, my cost and everything that comes with the bike;


Racetech front springs .9kg– total sag 30mm, my cost – $110.00
Ractech Cartridge emulators (yellow spring set at 3.5 turns) my cost - $169.00
Fork oil 20W, 4.75 inches from top of tube
Works Performance rear shock – nitrogen filled and sprung for me and bikes weight, 30mm total sag. My cost $410.11
EBC High Iron Content Front fully floating race rotor. My cost - $230.00
EBC HH brake pads - $49.00
Speigler Stainless steel brake line. My cost - $70
Dog Bones (custom from Fog) raised the rear 1.75” my cost - $50.00
AirTech race body work – My cost $400 for body work, $400 for matching paint work
RenTech Crash bars. My cost - $172
Woodcraft rearsets and shift rod. My cost - $230.00
Motorcycle Supply frame sliders - $25.00
Delkevic Stainless Steel Slip ons. My cost - $304.00
K and N Filter. My cost – $25.00
Adjusted carb needles up one notch
Pilot screws out 3 turns
Main jets up one size
Airbox modification (4 holes for tuning/humidity/baro pressure)
Barnett Clutch springs from ZX-6 (what a difference). My cost - $25.00
Pazzo Levers. My cost - $180.00
Bridgestone Battleax Hypersport Tires - 110 on the front, 140 rear. (nice sticky tires.) my cost - $390
Bar ends my cost - $63.00
Fuel filter and new petcock – my cost - $58.00
Zero Gravity Windscreen. My cost - $92.00
Fully Safety Wired
E3 Spark Pugs
SS Handlebar risers – 1”
Kakao Throttle Lock (cheap cruise control)
Exhaust Wrap
All of my set-up notes
3 matching keys

All parts were purchased brand new and I have all receipts. In addition to the above the bike will come with the following:


All OEM Parts:

Center Stand
All original body work, it is spot less
Extra font fender painted to match
All lighting and electrics
Paddock stand rear – my cost $25
Stock front rotor
Stock pegs and helmet locks
Various gaskets
New Clutch Cable in package
New Throttle cable in package
Whatever else is in the boxes I have

Will deliver within 50 miles of Atlanta

Clean title in hand
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I just edited in your location again, closer to the top in the first post. Just to make it more visible. Looks like a nice deal. (y)
 

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I think by the most part a good deal, can't travel at the moment or I would do more to try and get it myself!
 
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