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So I found a new bike already...

Should I buy this really nice, clean 1999 GSXR 750 SRAD or keep looking for a newer bike?

I'm not looking for incredible speed anymore I got that out of my system when I had my K1 750, I just want a nice reliable bike that I can take on long trips and things like that.

So if you have this gen of GSXR let me know what pros and cons you have with it.
 

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The dudes only selling it for $2700. I think that's a good deal considering people have said the bike is still worth around $4k.
 

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I'm a big guy, and my 98 750 was the best bike I ever had. It was super comfy, and fast. And LOUD as hell. haha I like it, but I will say I also love my 03. 2700 is a steal btw, I paid 2750 for my 98 and it had around 12k on it, with full yoshi rs-3, new rubber, fender elim, and flush mounts.
 

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I'm a big guy, and my 98 750 was the best bike I ever had. It was super comfy, and fast. And LOUD as hell. haha I like it, but I will say I also love my 03. 2700 is a steal btw, I paid 2750 for my 98 and it had around 12k on it, with full yoshi rs-3, new rubber, fender elim, and flush mounts.
Does this gen of bike need a lot of regular valve work or any adjustments like some older bikes?
 

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Don't get it!! What's the name of the bloke selling it, do you have a contact number and will he take cash? :)
 

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Lol, I had mine adjusted when I got it, they were a bit chattery, I unfortunatel totalled it about 5000 miles later, so I'm not sure as to what kind of schedule it would have been on.
 

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Don't get it!! What's the name of the bloke selling it, do you have a contact number and will he take cash? :)
Dudes name is Steven Fawcett and I emailed him and asked for a contact number to talk about the bike before we go any further so we'll see.
 
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