My 1993 Kawasaki Zephyr 750
The engine has always been neatly maintained and has also been converted into a brat style motorcycle with a handmade seat by Marcel Miller.
The bike has a dynojet kit and hagon progressive fork springs. The kit gives the engine considerably more power, but after the winter I replaced the paper filters with new cotton DNA filters.
Qualitatively much better, but the engine still needs to be fine-tuned. There is a small dip around 3500 rpm. It doesn't bother me, but I would like to have said it. There is also a (very annoying) step on the saddle, which has 2 holes. Fortunately quite at the back.
The engine has fresh oil in it and the tires, brakes etc are in good condition.
In addition to aftermarket dampers + lighting, the engine also has nice new grips.
It is just a very nice bike to see and hear and also attracts a lot of attention.
Considering the age, the paint is not yet good. The battery has also been replaced after the winter and the engine has a trickle charger connection from Optimate.
The engine goes away because I drive too little despite the many adjustments. That is a shame and it is better for someone else to enjoy it.