1997 GSXR600 track bike, never raced, used only for track days. I've included the original cost of the parts included with the bike to illustrate how much it costs to build one from scratch.
Many people asked this:
The bike is a turnkey track bike, it will require more work than just wiring up headlights to be ready for the street. If you've done this type of work before, it would be a small project to return it to the street ( less than 1 week). I do not have all the street parts for it. You will need to trailer it home.
Here is the list of parts that are needed to be mounted and the major ones that I know are still missing.
Missing street parts: Street Body/Lights, Speedometer Sensor, Tail Light Electrics, plus others I am forgetting.
street parts: Inner Fender, Radiator Fan, Front Subframe, Passenger Subframe,
Side Stand, Side Stand Switch, Tail Light Housing, Rear Brake Switch, Left
Switch Gear, Horn, Carbon Fiber Mirrors, Signals.
Included Track Parts:
Penske triple adjustable shock (over $1000 new)
HyperPro Speed sensitive steering damper ($350 new)
Graves rear sets ($250 new)
Graves clip-ons ($140 new)
Graves instrument bracket ($140 new)
Two Brothers full exhaust ($350 new)
2000 forks with compression adjusters (was $300 upgrade)
RaceTech fork springs ($60 new)
Yoshimura frame sliders ($60 new)
Carbon Fiber frame protectors ($150 new)
Factory jet kit ($120 new)
BMC air filter ($50 new)
NRC case protectors ($100 new)
Goodridge brake lines ($100 new)
1 set of North Star bodywork ($500 new)
1 set of Sharkskinz bodywork ($800 new). See: http://www.roadczar.com/GSXR750.htm
1 extra gas tank,
Extra rear sub frame ($120)
Choice of 520 gearing ($100)
Located in Chicagoland area. $3,900 or best offer.
Chicken strips eliminated -
Hyperpro speed sensitive steering damper and Graves instrument bracket.
Chicken strips eliminated - priceless.
This could be YOU!