For sale $7200 or best offer 1800 local Mike's mint condition!
This 1975 Yamaha RD350 was purchased as a disassembled project five years ago and subsequently rebuilt as a cafe racer-inspired show bike. Power is from a rebuilt 350cc two-stroke twin with new crank seals, Wiseco pistons, ported reed cages, a Banshee boost bottle, Powerdynamo battery-less ignition, and more. Shifting is through a six-speed transmission using a close ration RD400 gear set, and the bodywork has been modified with a custom tank, seat pan, and competition-style fairing. Bodywork is finished in white with blue striping and includes an Airtec fairing as well as a custom-fabricated seat pan. The fuel tank was sourced from a Yamaha RD400, stretched 4? to include an oil tank, and fitted with an FZR600 fuel cap and a T500 oil cap. A transparent windscreen is currently installed, and an additional smoked version will also be included.The front suspension features Racetech springs with FK emulators and adjustable fork caps. The brake rotors and calipers were sourced from an FZR1000 and mounted with a custom adapter and stainless steel lines. The rear swingarm is fitted with brass bushings and Ikon adjustable shocks. Folding Tarozzi rearsets are mounted with custom brackets.The 350cc 2-stroke twin was rebuilt with new pistons and crank seals as well as an EBC clutch, and is paired with a close-ratio six-speed transmission sourced from an RD400. Modifications include:+1 over Wiseco pistonsBoyesen reed valves with modified cagesRZ350 intake manifoldsBanshee boost bottlePowerdynamo battery-less ignition systemMoto Carrera expansion chambersThis RD350 was twice awarded Best Cafe Racer at the Barber Vintage Motorcycle Festival and is offered with an additional smoked windscreen, build receipts, and a clean Washington title.Asking price $6,500
My 1974 Kawasaki H2 was bought in 2012 and subsequently modified with a roadracing theme by Lossa Engineering of Signal Hill. The bike is finished inKawasaki Green with a white racing stripe and is powered by a replacement 748cctwo-stroke triple paired with a five-speed transmission. Features include ahalf-bubble fairing and windscreen, a cafe-style solo seat and tail section,Kawasaki alloy wheels, and a ceramic-coated exhaust system. Additionalmodifications include first-oversize Wossner pistons, polished ports, dual frontdisc brakes, and more.Kawasaki KZ cast alloy wheels measuring 19? up front and 18? out back arefinished in black with silver accents and wear Kenda Challenger tires.Suspension consists of an air-assist telescopic fork as well as dual Hagonshocks mounted to the swingarm. Braking is supplied by Kawasaki KZ dual discswith drilled rotors up front along with a single disc at the rear. An adjustablesteering damper is mounted between the lower triple clamp and the frame.Asking price $8,000