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Kawasaki Ultra 150 Zxi Remanufactured Engine (no Core Exchange) Last One on 2040-parts.com

US $2,000.00
Location:

Inverness, Florida, United States

Inverness, Florida, United States
Condition:Remanufactured Brand:KAWASAKI Warranty:Yes

COMPLETE REMANUFACTURED   1200 ULTRA 150  KAWASAKI ENGINE  

WE BUILT THEM STOCK BORE OR PERFORMANCE, WE USE  WISECO OR CP PERFORMANCE PISTONS
DEPENDING ON YOUR CHOICE WILL BE SLEEVED OR NIKASIL  WE CAN HAVE THEM MADE NIKA WITH YOUR 
SELECTED SIZE  (PRICES WILL VARY UPON SELECTION AND SIZE)

WE CAN PAINT AS YOU DESIRE FREE OF CHARGE
REMAN CRANK
NEW SEALS
NEW GASKETS
NEW BEARINGS
NEW PISTONS AND RINGS

ENGINE COMES WITH  2 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

NEW HOLIDAY PRICES, CONTACT US FOR PRICING  THANK YOU

SPECIAL PRICING FOR OVERSEA ORDERS AND IF YOU PURCHASE MORE THAN ONE UNIT  (PLEASE ASK FOR MORE INFORMATION )

IF REQUIRES TO BE SHIPPED OVER SEAS PLEASE CONTACT US FIRST

NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES, UNIT HAS A 2 YEAR  LIMITED WARRANTY BY WSC TECHNOLOGIES

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ALL  ZXI FROM 1999- 2004 ULTRA MODELS

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