200-cc Kaw for sale in Chaing Mai - has plate/book

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Buy & Sell - S.E. Asia' started by Globe Rider Greg, Dec 21, 2005.

  1. 50,000 baht or reasonable offer (will trade for cash) for my KMX 200 Kawasaki, with Thai legal plate/book. insurance, and road tax sticker. Insurance and road tax paid through November '07. It's a solid runner, with luggage rack. Two- stroke, kick start but starts easily, usually on first kick. Everything works, suspension fine, and it's easily able to rip down the highway at 100 kph. Contact me off the board....I don't check in that much. Bike is setting in storage in Chaing Mai until December 1, 2006. Battery is new, tires OK (front new)...just needs a pilot looking for adventure. 40,000 k's on the clock. Pixs available. Request info or pixs from [email [email protected]][email protected][/email] Price of this bargin is soon going up.
     
  2. I WAS THE PREVIOUS OWNER--A GREAT STRONG BIKE.I REPAIRED AVERYTHING I COULD FIND .GAVE ME 3000 K OF GREAT RIDING.ONLY COMPLAINT--NEEDED STICKIER SEAT TO STAY ON ,WHEN DEEP IN THE SLICK RED CLAY IN THE HILLS IN THE
    RAIN.--- MARC.

    marc
     
  3. I made some changes, upgrades, but it's still a good runner, starts easily and really rips along once the rascal hits 5,000 rpm. A newly covered seat is 350 baht ($9.00 USD) in any color you want, and non-slip material. Radiator hose cracked so that is fixed. I looked at a Baja, AX-1 and TTR (all without papers, Thai license plate and no Road tax sticker) for more $. This one tipped the scales because it is 100% legal and did as well as the others on/off road. It takes about a day of running around, making copies and checking numbers on the bike to get the bike's papers in your name.
    The motorcycle is now in storage. It will be available to show, test ride about November 1, 2006. In the meantime, pics still available.

    Globe Rider Greg
     
  4. You forgot to state the Year of the bike
     
  5. Hello Greg, what about pictures ?

    Nobody is perfect....
     
  6. Year of manufacture is a good question. Best "guess" is late 80's to mid 90's. Year made does not show in the "Green Book." Kawasaki made these for about 10 years around that era. There is no "year of manufacture" stamped on the frame or engine.

    Globe Rider Greg
     
  7. If you are serious about buying it feel to stop by at Rob's Storage Facilities for Part Time Expats to look at it. I am in Chiang Mai near the French Consulate. My telephone number is 04-1001203
    Just call ahead to make sure I am here. Greg, if you do not have a picture I can snap one of the bike and post it for you.
     
  8. This KMX 200, the only one recognized in Thailand and known as the "Cult Bike," is coming out of storage December 5, ready to rumble, err, rip through the jungles.
    Fresh Road Tax sticker and Insurance paid. Green Book up-to-date.
    Prepping for serious expedition jungle run to Phnom Penh in February:
    New red seat cover (non-slip and wider) and foam, color to scare tigers away and non-slip to keep from sliding under blinding acceleration
    New hand grips from Tesco, with wind splitting metal polished ends to cut the wind for higher speed, less wind resistance
    New motor oil, to reduce friction for quicker revs
    New blue plastic holder for Road Tax sticker to ease visual inspection by cops
    New mounting system and upgrade for muffler, to lighten for speed and improve throttle response
    New brake lever, for better leverage for faster, harder front braking
    New spark plug for perfect firing
    New front sprocket, down one tooth
    New rear tire
    New rear tube
    New overflow tank for radiator
    New clutch cable
    New saddle bags (Emigo)
    New brackets made to keep bags from hot pipe, or going into rear wheel.
    New license plate holding bracket
    Handlebar mounted windscreen to cut bugs, some wind
    Tank bag
    Tank panniers mounted on rear foot pegs for extra gas and tools
    Cloaking device..... Don't ask, it's an expensive gizmo
    Bike will not be for sale until March 3, upon return from Cambodia.
     

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