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Custom Suzuki gn125 Brat Scrambler

  • Custom Suzuki gn125 Brat Scrambler
  • Custom Suzuki gn125 Brat Scrambler
  • Custom Suzuki gn125 Brat Scrambler
  • Custom Suzuki gn125 Brat Scrambler
Price : GBP 410 (Auction)
Date : January 14, 2020
Condition : Used
Year : 1996
Model : GN
Mileage : x
Engine size : 125
Location : Grantham, United Kingdom

Here is my custom gn125 Scrambler/Street Tracker it is an awesome little rough round the edges bike with rust (in the right places) I’m selling purely because i didn’t ride it much last year due to other bikes taking priority. The bike runs and rides and has a long MOT at the moment, approximately 10 months (exact date can be supplied if required)

Here is a list of all the custom stuff and bits i have done to the bike since i’ve owned it

– seat frame chop and support welded in
– seat from sinnis trackstar
– indicators (rusted now) and rear light
– front brake set up (lever, fluid reservoir, braided hose, caliper and disc)
– custom paint job on tank then rusted (been clear coated regularly to stop more rusting)
– tank lower to give the bike a fatter appearance
– aftermarket exhaust cone on sinnis down pipe
– air filter box removed and pod filter fitted
– longer rear suspension to raise rear end
– new handle bars and risers to allow front end to be lowered
– new carb (over a year ago)
– new tyres (done less than 100 miles) it took me ages to find the right tyres for the look i wanted and these ones weren’t cheap

It has a few niggles which you may want to sort out hence why i listed it as a project. It really wouldn’t take a lot of work to be having fun when we get the sun! all of the issues never really bothered me as i always felt like it was part of having a bike this style and gave it a bit of character

The issues are

– the carb needs a good clean and set up. Potentially re-jetting to get maximum performance out of the bike
– the ignition switch is loose with the key but still works fine
– the throttle side grip and switches needs adjusting or tightening as it can slip on the bars
– some of the wiring could do with a bit of a tidy up

I’ll be sad to see this bike go and i hope i have described it well. It is definitely a head turner and gets alot of attention.

If you have any more questions please feel free to drop me a message!

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