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Restored 1975 Kawasaki H2 750 Two Stroke Triple. All sorted out and used on weekends. New Parts: Rims, Spokes, Sprocket, Chain, Pistons + Rings, Front + Rear Tires, Higgs Speed Stainless Steel Chambers, Decals + Paint, Tach + Speedo + Clutch Cables, Battery, Pingell Petcock and All Balls Tapered Steering Head Bearings. Duel Front Disk Brakes with Rebuilt Calipers, New Pads, New Master Cylinder with Stainless Steel Lines. Have new original factory Front Brake setup with Master Cylinder, Rubber Llines and Distribution Block / Brake Light Switch that comes with the bike. The bike runs fine and does not stall or foul plugs and a set pf plugs lasts anentire riding season. All lights and dash lights all work. Bike has the Original Engine "H2E-45,116" and the Frame is "H2F-44,814". 1975 H2 750 Engines ran from 42,814 - 47,866 and the frames were from 42,547 - 47,556 so the bike was produced in the middle of the model year.
This is a very nice condition H2. Not a show bike, but a nice original bike that runs very well and gets lots of attention. I had a lot of work done on it, including: new paint and decals, boiled and sealed gas tank, new left and right handlebar switch controls, rebuilt carbs, new battery, new tires, new tach and speedo cables, new air filters, new side cover emblems, new plugs, new front and rear wheel spokes, new seat foam, new seat cover, new seat trim, new rear grab bar, new headlight trim, new clutch and brake levers.Mileage shows 12,643, When I bought it 10 years ago, the odometer was working, but now it is not. I have only put around 300-400 miles on it. Pictures show frame and motor numbers. The exhaust pipes are in very good, original condition. There is a little road rash on the underside of the lower right pipe (where many have it), but pipes are generally in very nice condition. There are a couple of other road scrapes on the bike, and I have shown them in the pictures. The gas petcock does not leak. Over the past year, I have noticed that you get 5-6 drops of oil from the right side of the motor when you first start it, but then it seals up and stops.The paint and decals are probably of show quality, and were done by a motorcyle restorer in Springfield, IL. As I look at the pictures, there are a couple of places where it looks like there are slight scratches or imperfections. These are reflections of sunlight or shadows. The paint is perfect. The rest of the work was done by a vintage motorcycle shop in St. Louis that has a special interest in Kaw triples.Again, this is not a show bike, but most of the expensive, difficult work has been done on it, and it runs very well. It would not take much time or expense to bring this to an exceptional bike.I would be happy to answer any questions that you may have. Thanks for your interest.
Model MACH IV H2 750
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1973 Kawasaki H2 750. This H2A has under 7k miles and runs fantastic with tons of power. It is a "period correct" hot rod and features chromed performance expansion chambers and free-flow individual air filters. It has lower handlbars for a more aggressive stance and a Barnett clutch. The chaingaurd was chromed. Good clear Ohio title ready to transfer. Numbers matching title to frame to engine. I would reccomend modern tires to safely ride this on the street as the front is the origial Dunlop! See the video to hear this incredible bike run. Personal inspections welcomed and cash is better than conterfiet cashier's checks by mail. Out of town? Will assist your shipper as needed no matter where you are. Low cost delivery is also availble to Mid Ohio Vintage Motorcycle Days (July) or the Barber Vintage Festival in Alabama.
Lake Elsinore, California
Model MACH IV H2 750
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Two Bike Package, 1974 H2 with PHR Engine and pipes upgrade, 10598 miles. 1973, S3 400 stock, 7177 miles. Both bikes run but need some work. Spare parts are included.
Widow-Maker owned for three years. Super low engine number. Not sure if original case. Removed all rust from inside take. Upper/lower rebuilt and painted by previous owner in 2013. He did an outstanding job on restoration. Rebuilt the upper upon arrival when purchased by Richards’ Engine Development (RED). 1800 miles since rebuild. Jugs ported; heads squished; new 72mm Wiseco coated pistons. Installed 34mm mikunis carburetors with UFOs installed into the carb slides increasing velocity and POWER. DiD aluminum wheels. Currently has Higgspeed SS open stingers (LOUD). 45,809 original miles and 1800 miles since rebuild. Just about everything has been replaced with new and correct parts. Runs great and WAY FAST! Just installed new tires, steering stabilizer, front and rear sprockets, superbike gold heavy duty DiD chain, Barnett clutch w/springs, clutch actuator from Germany (best one), Bike is just SCARY fast. Not for the weak for fainthearted, lol... Not ridden much, just babied and kept clean/covered. This bike is in beautiful riding condition. Won first place in vintage Japanese motorcycle show in Panama City Beach, Florida. Moving to Hawaii and can't bring it. Additional parts included: - Two sets of chambers (black Dencos and SS Higgspeeds) not as loud open stingers). - 2 heads (Left-squished and center). - New clutch and throttle cable. - New flasher. - Original carbs. - Rear brake light assembly. - Drag bars. - New fuel lines for the H2. - 12 NGK sparkplugs. - New brake lines that work with stock brake caliper. - Set of head bolts. - Original CDI and Voltage Regulator. - Original ignition coils (3). - Miscellaneous gaskets. - Zero gravity lithium battery (weighs less than 1lb) with charger. - New set of reeds custom made for the H2. Will need to machine the jugs if you want to install them. Too lazy to do it myself. - Miscellaneous small parts too many to list.
Post Falls, Idaho
Bike is 98% complete and original (missing 1 carburetor). Original exhaust, seat, gauges and tires. Great restoration bike to make money
Restored 1975 Kawasaki H2 750 Triple, 16,250 miles, fully sorted out and ready to use every weekend. Tank and side panels all repainted. Rear brakes have new shoes. Front Brakes include following: pads, pistons, seals, braided s.s. lines, Nissen mater cylinder. I have new original lines and master cylinder that I will include with the bike. Carburetors have been cleaned and rejetted (45 Pilots + 105 Mains) and new intake manifolds, Battery and steering head bearings. Pistons and rings. Polished Stainless Steel chambers and from Higgs Speed in the England. Oil injection is all working correctly. E-Mail for additional information: [email protected]
Matching numbers, unrestored, original paint, 12,000 miles, motor rebuilt in 1994 by fast by gast. Hundreds of misc triple parts are included. You pay all shipping and will accept payment through PayPal. No returns.
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