Kawasaki ZZR1200

I started this bike for a guy I’ve known for a long time through the Jeep business as a quick “get it naked and make it cool” job. Well, it takes a lot more than I thought to make a ZZR1200 into a cool naked bike. So, 300 hours and truck load of parts later, we have this blacked out beast ready to stomp the streets. It fits well into the “cafe fighter” category in which I would place most of my builds. Think of it as a bike that will hold the door open, but then stomp a mud hole in you when you don’t say thanks.

Project Details

Year 2005
Make Kawasaki
Model ZZR1200
Completed 2016

-Mint condition when started
-Aprilia wheels and brakes
-GSXR forks
-ZX-14 swingarm
-custom subframe, battery box, front fender, and tank/seat filler panels
-Jesse Spade tail light
-Rigid industries headlight
-Rizoma signals, grips, and fluid reservoirs
-Motogadget Motoscope Pro gauge, M-Lock
-Ohlins steering damper
-Modified factory seat.
-Custom paint on tank by Mike Lewis at Gary’s Body Shop and pinstriping by Larry
-Stock engine with rebuilt/jetted carbs, BMC air filter, and custom ceramic coated exhaust.
-PSR levers and pegs

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