Selling my 2011 Kawasaki ZX10R with ABS and traction control. This is my dream bike! I bought this last Winter with the intention of having fun with it over the summer, and then selling it right after. Well, I ended up holding onto it longer then expected. With all said, I really don't ride it enough to justify having such an awesome bike, so I'm seeing if anyone would like to pick it up off me. This is virtually the same bike that is hitting the 2015 showroom floors now.
- Guhl Motors ECU Reflash (opens up to 183HP from 160HP)
- Bazzaz Quick Shifter for full throttle upshifts
- Racetech Gold Valve rear shock kit (installed by RaceTech factory)
- Woodcraft Shift link, allowing for GP shift pattern (reversible)
- Aftermarket footpegs for more grip
- Leo Vince Mid-pipe (eliminates catalytic converter)
- Jay Murray stock exhaust noise limiter insert (to keep sound down at laguna seca)
- Vortex V3 Frame sliders
- Yoshimura Billet Case Savers
- Galfer 1301 Superbike Brake Pads
- Renthal 41T rear sprocket
- Aftermarket adjustable billet levers
- K&N Air Filter
- Stompgrip tank grips
- Superbike grips
- Fender eliminator tail tidy license plate kit
- Zero Gravity Double Bubble Windscreen (stock windscreen included)
The ECU reflash by Guhl Motors is the most important mod for this bike, because the bike is so heavily limited from the factory. This procedure raises the rev limiter by 500 RPM, opens the throttle plates 100%, changes timing throughout the powerband, and accounts for air/fuel ratios (a la Power Commander style). The mod also allows you to change the Traction control and power settings while moving. I haven't had the bike dyno'd, but others that have had the ECU Flash have measured an increase of 28 horsepower, from 155HP to 183HP. Learn more through this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjX_vNgRdek
The bike has roughly 13XXX miles on it, and has never been down in any way. The vast majority of those miles were put on by a previous owner, who commuted. I just payed next years Registration (still waiting for sticker to arrive in the mail, and the title is CLEAN.
It's yours for $9000.