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My 93 ZX7R (a real M1)

When I got this bike about 2 weeks ago I promised I would give a complete description of everything I got with it. This will take awhile and there will be many photos....

Of course, there's the bike:





With a whopping 2416 miles on the odometer:



New tires too:


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It came with many parts and spares.

This is how everything was packed into my truck:










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My Turbo ZX12R Build:
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My 1993 ZX7R (M1)
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In the deal I got all the parts the previous owner had ever acquired for the bike.

I got the race stands too.



PM wheels with EBC Rotors and old slicks:



Muzzy Titanium Race exhaust:



Spare engine. Recently freshened up and ready to install:


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My Turbo ZX12R Build:
http://www.zxforums.com/forums/zx-12...ave-today.html

My 1993 ZX7R (M1)
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Spare parts:
ZX9R Carbs, ZX7 L1 carb adapter, Suncoast quick throttle with cables, Steering damper brackets,PM rear brake caliper (for the PM Wheels), PM front whell adapters, racing reasets of on unknown brand, spare cush drive rubbers (in the bag), and a spare upper fairing bracket.










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My 1993 ZX7R (M1)
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Sprockets and brakes:



2 new 520 chains:



Rear sprockets from 38 tooth to 47 tooth, and fronts from 14 to 17 tooth:



Spare stock rotors and EBC pads:


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My Turbo ZX12R Build:
http://www.zxforums.com/forums/zx-12...ave-today.html

My 1993 ZX7R (M1)
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Carb parts and stuff:



Many spare head and base gaskets:



Extra fuel pump, exhaust brackets for the Hindle, New spare tach (in the box), used spare tach and pick up coil:



Stock throttle, New ZX7 carb kit, reflectors and other parts:



Extra stock parts:


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My Turbo ZX12R Build:
http://www.zxforums.com/forums/zx-12...ave-today.html

My 1993 ZX7R (M1)
http://www.zxforums.com/forums/zx-7r...r-real-m1.html

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Carb parts:







Manuals:


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Internal Engine Components and other parts:



Race kit wire harness:



93 ZX7 Pistons:



Front brake and clutch master cylinders:



Spare bolts and brackets:


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My Turbo ZX12R Build:
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My 1993 ZX7R (M1)
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Race Kit parts:



Alternator block off:



Superbike Kit timing chain:



Superbike Oil Pump Drive gear:



Superbike Oil Pressure Relief Valve:


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My 1993 ZX7R (M1)
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Kit Radiator Overflow Bottle:



New Clutch Basket:



Stock ZX9R Parts:
Clutch steels, fibers,springs, starter drive, intake and exhaust valves


ZX9R igniter box, fuse box, cylinder sleev and carb. kit:


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My Turbo ZX12R Build:
http://www.zxforums.com/forums/zx-12...ave-today.html

My 1993 ZX7R (M1)
http://www.zxforums.com/forums/zx-7r...r-real-m1.html

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Spare Crank:
race prepped and lightened.



Spare pistons:





Spare wire harness, stock exhaust clamps and starter:


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My Turbo ZX12R Build:
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My 1993 ZX7R (M1)
http://www.zxforums.com/forums/zx-7r...r-real-m1.html

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Don't get confused. Nothing here is for sale. Some people wanted to know what I got in this deal and I promised to let everyone know. I also got the race bodywork with the bike. I'll post pictures of that later.

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My Turbo ZX12R Build:
http://www.zxforums.com/forums/zx-12...ave-today.html

My 1993 ZX7R (M1)
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Beautiful bike Mike!! Nice score. Too bad on the tank. Have you spotted any aluminum tanks to throw on it? Seems the tank, R exhaust hangar and shock are the only stock pieces missing.

That spare exhaust looks like an Akrapovic pipe with a Muzzy can by the looks of the head connectors.
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niceee :) thanks

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Beautiful bike Mike!! Nice score. .
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Too bad on the tank. Have you spotted any aluminum tanks to throw on it? Seems the tank, R exhaust hangar and shock are the only stock pieces missing.

That spare exhaust looks like an Akrapovic pipe with a Muzzy can by the looks of the head connectors.


I have the original tank. It's painted to match the race bodywork. I'm going to be on the look out for another 7R tank to make the bodywork on the bik correct and complete, but I'm in no hurry for that right now. I don't want to paint the original back to stock because this bike has historical significance and a real racing pedigree. It's raced in AMA,WSB and the Macau Grand Prix. The former rider also holds the mileage record at Daytona International Speedway for motorcyclists. So this bike helped establish that record over the 4 years he raced it at Daytona. The paint job on the race bodywork is the only one that's been on it since it was converted to a superbike back in the day.

I have all the other parts (shock and exhaust hanger) for it.

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My 1993 ZX7R (M1)
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Here's the race bodywork:

Original tank:






Aluminum tanks have a weld bead on the bottom of the tank:




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My 1993 ZX7R (M1)
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That's everything I got with it.

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Are you SURE you don't want to sell a couple of those sprocket? :-) I need some new sprockets for my P if they'd fit, 15/45 and if I can buy from a member here to help them then I'd rather do that. Nice stuff though man, awesome score!!!
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LMK if you want to part with your spare motor and rear PM caliper.

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