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For Sale: Rare bike 1996 ZZ-RR 1100

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  • For Sale: Rare bike 1996 ZZ-RR 1100

    For sale is a 1996 ZZRR 1100 (yes it is indeed a double R). It has 29,700 miles and recently had the carbs cleaned and adjusted. The bike has some wear and tear and a few dings/scratches as to be expected. The bike runs strong and just rode it again yesterday. Reason for selling is my garage is getting a bit too full so I gotta make room. The bike is located in California. Tags are up to date and just put it on non-op as I’m committed to selling or doing a partial trade with cash. If anyone is interested PM me and send me an offer, I will respond as soon as possible and will send the VIN if you’d like to confirm for your self that it is indeed the rare model. Thanks for reading everyone!

  • #2
    What is a RR ZX11? What are the differences with a standard ZX11?
    Never heard about a RR version during the 30+ years I've been reading about ZX11...


    • #3
      Hummmmmmm. Peace


      • #4
        I'll be your Huckleberry.

        I bid $5

        Never heard of a "RR" model either
        I have neither the time,or the inclination, to explain myself to a man, who rises and sleep under the blanket of the very freedom that I provide, and then questions the manner, in which I provide it. I'd rather you just say 'thank you' and go on your way.


        • #5
          It's so rare, no one even knows it exists, making it uncollectable.



          • #6
            It may have European or Canadian origination......the Brit bikes are always looking different form those from the USA....go to an British site and look up '96 1100


            • #7
              The bikes overseas were called ZZR. Probably a typo.
              KN, this ride's for You.



              • #8
                The ZX-11 in the States was marketed as the ZZR1100 overseas , just as they do now with the ZX14 and ZZR1400.
                I can't find any reference to an "ZZ-RR"

                VIN number?
                "If you didn't see me, I didn't do it! And even if you got pictures, I will swear they were PhotoShopped!"

                I meant to behave but there were too many other options


                • #9
                  Sorry for the late reply guys I’ve been super busy. The ZZRR was a limited edition version that not many were made. So sadly there isn’t much on the Internet about them since they weren’t mass produced. I will post the VIN tomorrow for the bike (just got back home and dead tired).