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1987-90 zx750/gpx f2 model engine for sale

i have a complete running zx7r f2 model engine for $400. fits zx7/gpx from 1987-90. give me zip for shipping and I'll get a quote.
 

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1989





1989 Kawasaki ZX-7 Ninja ZX750-H1



748 mL4-stroke, 4-cylinder,*DOHC, Liquid-cooled6-speed, Return ShiftColor*: Firecracker Red/Ebony/Metallic Bronze-Guns, Lime Green/Blue 24/Pearl Alpine White, Lime Green/Pearl Alpine White/Sunbeam RedBeginning Engine No.*: ZX750FE024001Beginning Frame No.*: ZX750H-000001,(Canada)(US)JKAZXDH1()KA000001Parts Catalog No.*: 99917-1364-02, (Canada)(US)99961-0286,(Japan)99911-116442, (Other)99917-1371-02Owner's Manual No.*: 99922-1 497-01, (Canada)(US)99920-1486-01,(France)99947-1025-01, (West Germany)99923-1246-01,(Japan)99921-1298-01Service Manual No.: 99924-1112-01, (Japan)99925-1068-02

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1990 Kawasaki ZX-7 Ninja ZX750-H2



Color*: Same as ZX750-H1Beginning Engine No.*: ZX750FE024001Beginning Frame No.*: ZX750H-015001,(Canada)(US) JKAZXDH1()LA015001Parts Catalog No.*: 99977-1411-01, (Canada)(L1)99961-0307,(Japan)99911-1182-01, (0)99917-1412-01Owner's Manual No.*: 99922-1544-01, (Canada)(US)99920-1510-01,(France)99947-1045-01, (West Germany)99923-1269-01,(Japan)99921-1342-01Service Manual No.*: 99924-1126-51 & 99924-1112-01,(Japan)99925-1068-02
 

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I took some photos of my 1989 ZXR750 H1 Motor.
Your serial 018204
My serial 036412
Yours is older, I believe your motor is from a older GPX750 one. (ZX750F).



My Sump -


Your sump


Ebay auction for a ZX750F sump below

http://www.ebay.com/itm/87-KAWASAKI...Parts_Accessories&hash=item3f07a3a09e&vxp=mtr

The two motors have the same DNA, but are very, very different, especially in the head department.

I'm not trying to annoy you, just save you and a potential buyer a rather large headache. I have been stung in the past by this exact same scenario.
 

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I did hear there was a difference between the h1 and h2 being that one of them had the filter that dropped out the bottom.
 

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Yes, it looks the same, shame you cannot see the other side of it in that diagram, from what I can see it looks like it could be smooth without the fins. Similar to the H1.
I think the biggest giveaway is the engine number. Mine is without a shadow of a doubt H1 and my engine number is newer than yours.

I bought a whole load of race parts for a "H1" that turned out to be GPX parts. I just sold those parts to a guy building a GPX race bike up in the UK.

What ever the situation turns out to be for you, I'm sure you will sell it no problems. The older bikes are getting very popular fast!
 

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No worries. They are great motors, and more and more people are restoring them. Good luck with the sale and have fun with the fireblade when you get that sorted :smilieRR:
 
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