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post #1 of 14 Old 04-15-2009, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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2006 Kawasaki Concours in western Ky

I purchased this motorcycle new in Feb. 2006. I purchased a 3 years extended warranty from Kawasaki at the time of purchase so it will be covered until Feb. 2012. The current milage is 19,286. This motorcycle was broke in properly and adult riden, always stored inside unless on an overnight ride and is in super condition. It has a recent valve adjustment and is ready to ride. There have been no permanent changes to the motorcycle, I have only added some aftermarket items to improve the comfort or maintenance. These items include a Corbin Dual Canyon seat(purchased new and now nicely broke in), a Riflle tall windshield windshield for cold weather and a black Clearview short shield for warm weather(pictured), KB bar risers to raise the handlebars, a Spiegler stainless steel clutch line, a manual petcock shut off, fuel filter, and a front fender extender to keep the road grime off.

This motorcycle has no issues and will make someone a wonderful machine. I have used synthetic motorcycle oil since changing the break-in oil. There have been no service problems with this motorcycle, just ruitine maintenance. I have maintenance records on hand. The front and rear tire Avon radials have about 30% tread left. I have a new front Avon Storm on hand and is include in purchase. Call my cell @ 270-314-4766 or email if you need more details. Location is Owensboro, Ky. $5,900
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post #2 of 14 Old 04-15-2009, 08:23 PM
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That's a ZX11 with hard packs! I criss-crossed the country on it. Good luck with your sale.

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why ya sellin it??
I'm selling because I purchased a zrx1200r and a Triumph Trophy and I'm just not getting enough ride time on the Concours to justify keeping it. I like'em all but so times you just have to let one go.

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That's a ZX11 with hard packs! I criss-crossed the country on it. Good luck with your sale.
Thanks Dream. I hope one year to cross the country on a motorcycle.

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Good luck selling it. Let's hit 66 next weekend if the weather is right. I've got a hankerin' for a melt at The Dock.

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Good luck selling it. Let's hit 66 next weekend if the weather is right. I've got a hankerin' for a melt at The Dock.
For all of you not familiar with Owensboro and Evansville lingo.

hankerin' for a melt at The Dock = we are going cubby chasing

Good luck with the sale. That bike is a tank and reliable!

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wish i had the cash, id buy her, looks great





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Thanks Dream. I hope one year to cross the country on a motorcycle.
When i got bored in kansas and arizona that bike loved cruising at warp speed. Its extra weight meant wind was not a factor, even barely survived 60MPH cross-winds, so in twisties you must setup turns early. Someone is going to be lucky to pick it up...

Good luck on your pending cross country trip! My tip is don't wait for procrastinating buds, do it alone ASAP.

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When i got bored in kansas and arizona that bike loved cruising at warp speed. Its extra weight meant wind was not a factor, even barely survived 60MPH cross-winds, so in twisties you must setup turns early. Someone is going to be lucky to pick it up...

Good luck on your pending cross country trip! My tip is don't wait for procrastinating buds, do it alone ASAP.
Good luck on the sale.The bike looks nice.

Dream,I tell everyone that same tip.After 9/11 when the planes started flying I went to Europe for a month.I went to many country's and people were surprised I did that alone.I had the time of my life !

I tell people you can die waiting,and that's how I live to this day..Just go.

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Good luck on the sale.The bike looks nice.

Dream,I tell everyone that same tip.After 9/11 when the planes started flying I went to Europe for a month.I went to many country's and people were surprised I did that alone.I had the time of my life !

I tell people you can die waiting,and that's how I live to this day..Just go.
You guys are right. I might even find somewhere out west that I want to stay for a day or so. I would hate to miss something when the opportunities are so few.

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When I go out with my friends I tend to talk with them and when I go out by myself I meet lots of people I wouldn't have if I were with my friends.
In short it forces you to say hello to people which leads to more friends..

When you are back home after your trip you will have friends in almost every state.
Then we can visit you !!

Seriously it's not often when if you have the time off and you can put together the cash to do what you have planed




You do have the cash ?? If your getting low take that connie and leave it here and I will cover your plane ticket back and enough extra for another trip. :-)

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When I go out with my friends I tend to talk with them and when I go out by myself I meet lots of people I wouldn't have if I were with my friends.
In short it forces you to say hello to people which leads to more friends..

When you are back home after your trip you will have friends in almost every state.
Then we can visit you !!

Seriously it's not often when if you have the time off and you can put together the cash to do what you have planed




You do have the cash ?? If your getting low take that connie and leave it here and I will cover your plane ticket back and enough extra for another trip. :-)
I have the money. I usually travel with a tent to keep the cost down and most likely meet a few new people around the campgrounds. When I finally compile all of the must sees and dos out west, I should be going in the next three years.

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That's a nice looking bike and the price seems more than fair, shouldn't have much trouble selling. Good luck!

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