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Old 28th March 2018, 08:25 PM
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Default 99 Suzuki Hayabusa 3000

Bike Make : Suzuki

Bike Model : GSX1300R

Year : 1999

Price : 3000 ono

Mileage : 46087 Miles

Colour : Gold and Silver

Extras : Luggage

Overall Bike Condition : Ok ish

Tyre/Chain/Sprocket Condition : New chain and sprockets, tyres reasonable

Service History/Receipts/Recent Service work : Nothing as usual

Non Restricted/Shop Restricted/Factory Restricted : What?

Bike Location : Meath/Westmeath

Irish/English Registered : Irish

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I haven't had this to long really but the money needs to be freed up for other uses, I bought it around last June and the intention was to use it for commuting to work, hence why I bought the luggage for it which wasn't easy to find. But now that I've a new job and have a Van for work its getting practically no use.

I bought it in CC's in Kells, its ok but I did a few bits to it then to get it a bit more road worthy, new front disc's and pads, new rear pads and caliper seals, new chain and sprockets, changed oil and filters. The tyres are ok and it rides ok. I also put 1" spacers under the top yoke which make it a bit more comfortable. I bought the luggage for it then, I usually just use it as a topbox, there is a second box with it but the latch is broken but they can be bought from the manufacturer (Krauser is the brand). The rack for the sides is easily removed and installed, quick release 90 degree turn fastners. I also have a rear seat hump as well.

The bad points, and there are plenty of them, firstly the paint isn't great, both side fairings have been painted at some stage but weren't lacquered so the paint is quite dull, the crash bungs on it show some evidence of having gone over at some stage. It could probablely use a battery too, I'm a bastard for not sticking the maintenance charger on it and leaving it for a few weeks between starts. Could use a new rear disc too and the rear caliper probably needs to be bled again as I didn't get all the air out of it. The clocks are a bit funny in that when the ignition is turned off the fuel and temp don't always go back to zero but when you turn the ignition on there fine, also the clock resets every time you turn the ignition off.

I had one problem with it the first while I had it in that I used to get a weird sort of flat spot low down in the revs but this model has the fuel filter in the fuel pump so I removed that, cleaned the strainer in the pump and the tank and also put new fuel lines on it with an in line filter and it seems to have made it better so I think its solved now.

It is what it is basically, its by no means in great shape but its not a wreck either.

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Old 28th March 2018, 08:44 PM
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Some bus that yoke
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Old 28th March 2018, 09:56 PM
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A fine decent honest ad, and a fine bike imo, if i was in the market for one of these id buy it in a shot, glws.
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Old 25th April 2018, 09:52 PM
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Bump, still here.
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Old 26th April 2018, 07:36 AM
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Wud you sell the luggage?
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Old 15th May 2018, 09:26 AM
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Originally Posted by iano
Wud you sell the luggage?
Sorry, literally only seeing this post now, I'd rather sell it with the bike but if I decide otherwise I'll let you know.

Thanks.

This is still for sale by the way.
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