View Full Version : Fs: 2000 Gsx-r750

09-24-2007, 06:03 PM
Vehicle Details
Year : 2000
Make and Model : Suzuki GSX-R750
Exterior Color : Blue/White
Interior Color : NA
Auto or Manual? : Manual 6spd
Odometer Reading : 25,000kms
Location of Vehicle : Airdrie
Description :
My baby...this bike is extremely sentimental, but it's time to move on. Here's the lowdown.

It's a 2000 GSX-R 750. It has just under 25,000kms on it. Oil changed every 5000kms or less with Motul 5100 10w40. I can arrange to have a 25,000km service done by myself (I'm a motorcycle mechanic by trade) for the new owner for the cost of parts (oil, plugs, filter, etc). Upgrades/specs are as follows:

K&N Filter
Stomp Grip tank pads
Braided steel lines (F&R)
Engraved GSXR Brake Reservoir Cap
Custom Tribal Graphics
Short stalk rear signals
Flushmount LED front signals
Memphis Shades double bubble style tint fade windscreen
Anodized Blue Levers
Anodized Blue Barends
Yoshimura Magnesium Stator Cover

Brake fluid flushed and replaced with Dot 5.1 approx. 2 months ago (when braided lines were installed). Oil changed at same time. Always run on premium and stored properly during the winter. Current tires have probably 1000-1500km's left on them.

The bike has been to the drag strip a couple times, and the real track once. Has it done burnouts, yeah, but it has NOT been abused. I am a responsible rider, and this bike has been very well kept. It has never been down on the street. Had a minor lowside at the track (15km/h *sigh*), but the frame sliders and axle sliders did their job. The only damage is a 1" scuff on the tail that is not noticeable unless pointed out. There are pictures of it with a 12 bar and crash cage installed, these were NEVER used for stunting. I don't/can't stunt :D They were only put on for show (DTP) and to help a new company advertise it's product. I still have the 12 bar and can prove that it's never been scraped. There are two notches cut out of the tail for the 12 bar installation, but again, they are hardly noticeable. Most people don't even see them. It has a solo seat cover and a passenger seat. I can get more pictures if there's anything specific people would like to see. This bike gets a lot of comments and looks and I love it to death, but there's another bike in the near future. I financially can't have both so my baby has to leave :(

Asking Price : $7000 FIRM

Contact Information
E-Mail : [email protected]
Phone : PM for Phone #

Pictures :

09-25-2007, 12:01 PM
why is your email endo 1 if you dont stunt?

09-25-2007, 08:01 PM
'cause endo has been my nickname for a long ass time...stemming from a pedal bike incident of all things lol.

10-15-2007, 06:25 PM

11-25-2007, 11:40 PM


In the middle of a full 25K service right now. Will be 100% ready to go, needing nothing.

12-29-2007, 12:02 PM
All ready to go, just waiting for a new owner :D

01-16-2008, 09:36 PM
BUMP OBO--Had a few offers but no ones come through yet.

01-26-2008, 07:41 PM
$6300 obo

Several PMs but no one calls or shows up...

02-13-2008, 07:17 PM
Originally posted by endo
http://i128.photobucket.com/albums/p189/endo71/e1.jpg [/B]




Wow those girls get around LOL.

Buddy there picked up that taller one that day. Her name was Michelle I think. :dunno:

Super nice girls though :drool:

02-13-2008, 08:44 PM
yeah...that chick was smokin' for sure. Hottest chick I've ever seen at DTP.

Anyways, came on to write that the bike is tentatively sold. I'm delivering it tomorrow, but its not a concrete sale until I have cash in hand.

02-29-2008, 07:40 PM
Sorry, forgot to update, bike is sold.