So, bought a 750 SS-97

Fred Kall

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To nice to pass. 30 000km, looks completly new.
I just went in to the shop to say hi…..

Will collect it in 1 week, they will just put in new belts and service the forks.

Looking forward to just ”cruise” with it on nice sunny days.
I beleive that they are a bit less common in yellow, at least up here in the cold north!
 

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Beauwulf

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After having had the bike at home now for a while, all I can say is that i really enjoy it. Feels solid, runs good and actually looks more or less new! Happy with the find and this will be a keeper in the garage.
I had a similar experience finding my 750SS. Stopped into the local dealership to get a tire on my old Suzuki Burgman 650 and saw this... and at $2500 the price was right!
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After some parts upgrades and polishing, It's now a really fun weekend ride!

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One of the things I did to help out the old back was to put on a 1" handlebar riser and grinding off the centering pins. That allowed me to raise and angle the bars to a more comfortable position. Getting the DS1000 fork internals upgraded helped the ride substantially as well. Have fun on the new bike M8!
BTW, I raced a bunch of different bikes over the years and most of them were painted yellow so, I like the color of yours a lot!
 

Fred Kall

Member
I had a similar experience finding my 750SS. Stopped into the local dealership to get a tire on my old Suzuki Burgman 650 and saw this... and at $2500 the price was right!
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After some parts upgrades and polishing, It's now a really fun weekend ride!

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One of the things I did to help out the old back was to put on a 1" handlebar riser and grinding off the centering pins. That allowed me to raise and angle the bars to a more comfortable position. Getting the DS1000 fork internals upgraded helped the ride substantially as well. Have fun on the new bike M8!
BTW, I raced a bunch of different bikes over the years and most of them were painted yellow so, I like the color of yours a lot!
Nice bike! Always thought that the half fairing ones are cool.
 
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