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Kawasaki GPZ1100UT Rebuild Unique

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  • Seller: Trade
  • Manufacturer: Kawasaki
  • Model: GPZ1100 UT ZX10A
  • Engine: 1100
  • Year: 1985
  • Listed: March 5, 2016 3:03 pm

Rebuild of a very good basebike with genuine low mileage.

Basebike with just 28.700 KM’s – so aproxm. 17.800 miles. Engine runs smooth without any unwanted sidenoises, never been opened.

Excellent frame as well, just minor marks had to be reworked. Exhaust and downpipes close to new, no dents and even underneath no rust like usual, original black chrome excellent. Wheels professionally polished and repainted with 2K paint, new wheelbearings, brakes overhauled, new pads, new steel brake lines. Hardly strained parts like main- and sidestand sandblasted and powdercoated. DFI airbox cover,
passenger side bars high gloss painted. Near all bolts, axles and springs rezinked. Downpipe crowns chromed, footpegs – and holders professionally polished. Brandnew Bridgestone BT45 tires.

2 original keys working on all locks, original manual and boardtools included.

Engine got a big maintenance before rework and runs like a bell. Fueltank sealed inside. All paintparts 2 layers of clearcoat for maximum shine.

Higher handlebar holders from the Kawasaki GPZ1100 B1 model for comfy seat position – original lower holders are included as well. All handlebar holders and handlebar itself powdercoated like front fairing holder. You can look from downside up – you will not dedect any dirt, mud, rust or crap on this bike, even chainguard is cleaned INside.

The GPZ1100 UT becomes a very rare bike – much rarer than a Turbo, Z1 etc. Just 2 years build and suppressed by the all new 1984 GPZ900R. So the 1100 been “dead” allready when she comes out. Most of the few surviving 11′s been stripped for their engine wich fits in a couple of older models like the Z1. So the 11 inventory today is close to nothing. It get allready hard to get rotten 11 UT’s but to get a bike in very good state and true low miles is near impossible. Thats the last 11 UT I had in stock from my 4 11′s in the past and this will be the best. I spend a lot of money and time in this bike and I have a personal relation to this queen of the UT’s becouse I owned one brandnew as a 20 year old. I sold her after 3 months becouse her power feared me to hell (especially with the former 80s tires) and stopped riding for 20 years after sale…

Even if the GPZ11UT never had a chance against the new GPZ900R it is still a incredible bike and very different to the 900R 16V. The big 1100cc 8V engine provides very healty 120HP, have torque like hell from the lowest revs and change to a race engine upon 6.000 rpm with a incredible accelaration until redline. No powerholes, no weakness, just pure power pulling your arms long with force. Regardless if it goes straight hill up or you ride with a passenger – the 11 delivers and is still today a very powerfull bike with 2 faces. Enjoy the torque and ride her slow in highest gear in town or let the hell brake lose reving her hardly.

This bike is absolutely nothing for beginners. Due her weight and power she needs attention and a considerated driver knowing what he does.

The handling and brakes are quite good and easy – not so forgiving like a GPZ900R but far better than any of her competitors like Bol d’Ors, 11 Katanas. I rode them all and they are absolutely not comparable to the performance the 1100UT delivers. The UT is simply declassing them in any discipline!

Maybe all this sounds hyperbolic in times of 200+ HP bikes today – but I swear you not for the people who ever ridden a 11UT and feeled her force in person. Just data on paper don’t judge her incredible performance. This bike makes you sweat and a smiling face.

I don’t been the master of the 11 when I had her as 20 year old and I’m not now. This bike is very challening, provides a awesome sound equal to the 70′s Kawa generation and get never boring to ride. Beside of that it’s a very big size bike in a incredible design combining aggressivity and elegance in one.

I’m allways looking for good basebike 11UT’s but like said it’s rockethard to find one so I guess this will be the last 11 from me at least this year.

Bike been nearly completely stripped, hardcore cleaned, and near every part been overhauled to get the entire bike in close to new state. Unique paintdesign and graphics sticked to the original Kawasaki graphic sheme. A lot of expensive NOS parts been used and a lot of passion to bring this latest Kawasaki Monsterbike to the state she deserves. Due the fact that japanese collectors allready started to buy big UT’s back
the bike will be even rarer in future and is not just a awesome bike – it is a clever investment as well. Please don’t compare this bike with a usual used one – her appearance is really very close to new and everything what been suboptimal been exchanged regardless of costs. Top bikes deserves top dollars and if you kempt her well you have a stunning classic for years you can RIDE and USE without losing value.

Bike been builded to get driven. Everything works like it should. Just get petrol and make miles with her.

We ship to France, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Monaco, England and Scotland for 195GBP.

I’m specialised in 80′s classic Kawasakis and restore mostly 900R, GPZ UT models including the Turbo and ZL900 Eliminator models. I’m located in Germany and have allways a couple GOOD like new looking classic Kawas to sell between 250 – 1100cc.
Get more infos and bike pictures at my site at:


The price is for the bike like it is with EU/german papers and documents.

Thanks for looking and don’t hesitate to ask me with any questions you may have.

P.S. Please excuse my typos, english is not my native language, thanks.

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