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This might be a deal for someone:

http://fortwayne.craigslist.org/mcy/4357163596.html

It appears to have been lowered, but still seems to have stock exhaust and all stock bodywork.

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If that bike in jersey in an rr then someone best pick that steal of a deal up


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I think that is an N model....


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I don't have any friends so I would have to vote,
1 - I like to do it all by myself
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Wouldn't mind the 95 either


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I think that is an N model....
It is. And he clearly doesn't realize it.

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It is. And he clearly doesn't realize it.
I would sell my L for it. But then I'd have to part out a custom sbm engine and that would defeat the purpose of having a sleeper. Plus I already have aftermarket fcrs. Only thing I'm missing is the M frame and close ratio trans.


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What are you guys looking at that tells you its a N model? I see a subframe with footpegs and a rear seat....what am I missing?
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What are you guys looking at that tells you its a N model? I see a subframe with footpegs and a rear seat....what am I missing?
Look at the swing arm pivot. Only M's and N's had that adjustment block. I have some fairly detailed pictures of my 93 M in one of the threads in my sig. Look through them if you want.

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Look at the swing arm pivot. Only M's and N's had that adjustment block. I have some fairly detailed pictures of my 93 M in one of the threads in my sig. Look through them if you want.
Thanks!
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Ive been eyeballing the one in ft Myers thanks 2 fat good lookin.
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Look at the swing arm pivot. Only M's and N's had that adjustment block. I have some fairly detailed pictures of my 93 M in one of the threads in my sig. Look through them if you want.
Thanks for the info.
I live almost in walking distance. I'm going to call them tomorrow and take a look. What should i be looking for to make sure it's a N model = ZX7RR ?
I wouldn't recognize the swing arm pivot if you didn't mention it, anything else i should ask or look for to confirm?
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Should i look at this:

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Should i look at this:

The 'N' in the model spec and at the beginning of the vin confirms it.


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Thanks 92.
Is yours also an "RR"/ZXR750R ?
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Does it still have RR (N) model more adjustable forks and shock?
Does it still have the RR cdi (three outlet), P model had two.
Does it still have std 41mm flatslides (with two accelerator pumps) or aftermarket flatslides, or CVDK?
Original motor? With RR crank that has removable gear on end? Easy way to tell.... Pull ignition cover, remove ignition rotor, look at timing gear on end of crank... Is it removable and held in place by splines(RR crank) or one piece with crank (std P crank)? Also likely to still have close ratio Gearbox if it has RR crank and original motor.
RR swingarm? Look for two pairs of holes on either side under adjustment blocks for mounting lift hooks...
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Thanks ccmhunt

Is this the swing arm pivot detail that you mentioned.


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Also, does it have Nissin brakes or Tokico? Nissins were the ones that came on the RR.
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