Suzuki Bandit 1200 Engine Motor 8,229 Miles on 2040-parts.com
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:engine,motor
This a 2001 suzuki bandit gsf 1200 engine,motor ,runs A1 ,shift great, this motor was removed do to the bike took a hit in the back and bike was parted out the engine ran great and only has 8,229 0n it bike engine must be pick up by the week end the auction is won and as soon as won need name and phone number to set up time for pick up payment will be made in person the day of pick up thank you and happy bidding !!! ok i add some new pic,s just to show you guys how clean this engine is i removed the vavle cover gasket are like new so no worry .now look how clean this is look at the timming chain no ware real at all this motor is a runner just thought i would let you take a better look of the engine thank you
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