gregsc's 2001 Kawasaki ER5

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Purchased: Oct 2004
Sold: May 2005
Information: 2001 Kawasaki Er5, 9800 miles, 1 previous Owner. - PowerBronze Cockpit Fairing - Skidmarx Undertray - Kawasaki Front Fender Extender - Renntec Sports Rack Accelerates faster than you would expect if you´re graduating from a 125, and even faster if it´s your first bike. Far better than getting one of these restricted to 33bhp than getting a full power rs125. This cost £1100. Build quality os OKAY, expect the downpipes to rust away which happens to just about every Er5. However, these will be treated with time and willl be looking as good as new fairly soon. 50BHP standard, can do 0-60 near 5.3 seconds, cruising speed is comfortable at 85-90mph. It will apparently go faster than this but it doesn´t go very quickly past the 70 mark. Fuel gauge is also included, although mine doesn´t work. 20/1/2005 Now got rid of the cockpit fairing, and rear rack and bough a givi rack instead along with oxford panniers, tankbag, tailpack and also a REMUS stainless steel exhaust system. Sounds WELL better!!!!! Much louder, and sounds ferocious in tunnels :D I very much advise you get one to replace the rusty standard one (pre 2005 models)

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