1987 Suzuki Savage 650
I bought the 1987 Suzuki Savage 650 3 years ago for $1500.00 and rode it for about 1000 miles when it started to leak oil which called for replacing the Head Cap Seal, having the Valves done, replacing the Clutch assembly and fixing the Head cap from damage caused by the previous owner.
In addition to the above repairs I have also had the bike painted and applied new fuel tank decals.
The motorcycle's tires have plenty of tread and the battery is only a year old.
GO HERE TO SEE MORE!
I have a 1987 Suzuki Savage 650 service manual CD that will come with it as well as additional gaskets and jets that will go with the bike to the new owner.
The only problem with the 1987 Suzuki Savage is that while the bike is running, it stumbles on acceleration (1/2 throttle) and will not run over 45 mph.
The problem that need repair is either a valve timing or carburater issue.
I have the 1987 Suzuki Savage for sale because I am tired of working on it and putting money into it.
I already have a little over $1900.00 into it and I'm only asking $1000.00. This would be a good , cheap bike for someboby who has the time to work on it.
The 1987 Suzuki Savage for sale is located in Reading, MI so if you would like to stop by and take a look , just send me an e-mail using the comments form located directly below this ad with your request.
Strike Lightning Used Motorcycles for Sale
would like to invite anybody who may be having problems with their 1987 Suzuki Savage to leave their questions with a description of the exact problem that have been having or what you need to repair and your contact information in the space below and see if somebody who stops by may offer a solution for how to fix your motorcycle and the same goes if you would like voice your opinion by writing a a few lines sharing your experiences with the 1987 Suzuki Savage.
We encourage you to submit your opinions and write a review of the 1987 Suzuki Savage 650
for sale if you know a thing or two about it, not to kill the 1987 Savabe's reputation or to give it a poor rating but to help potential buyers make informed decisions and to benefit the biker community as a whole.