2018 Kramer HKR EVO2 R

Discussion in 'Bikes for Sale' started by Rickbreen, Jul 13, 2020.

  1. Rickbreen

    Rickbreen Well-Known Member

    2018 Kramer 690 R.
    Carbon Kevlar bodywork, Carbon wheels, perfect condition, ready to WIN...
    Spare OZ Wheels with rains (bike has NEVER seen a wet track).
    Located in So NH.
    $19k
     

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  2. Bruce

    Bruce Tuck & Roll

    Sweet Jesus. Nice bike. GLWS!
     
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  3. riversbikes

    riversbikes Well-Known Member

    Fuel tank in seat is pretty cool. As is the CF wheels.
     
  4. motion

    motion RockyMountainMotos.com

    My ticker. MY TICKER!!!
     
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  5. NemesisR6

    NemesisR6 Gristle McThornbody

    Some truly stunning machinery coming up for sale here recently.......
     
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  6. dyii

    dyii Active Member

    Been looking at these but the newer models.

    Does this have a quickshifter up/down and/or slipper clutch?

    What is the mileage or hours?

    What weight rider is the suspension set up for?

    Have you had much if any issues with getting spare parts?

    Any ideas on how loud the bike is? One of the tracks I ride has noise limits and I note it doesn't look like there is any way to add a baffle.

    Ever any tuning or dyno work done?

    Thanks,
    Dave
     
  7. Rickbreen

    Rickbreen Well-Known Member

    1) bike OBVIOUSLY has quickshifter and slipper clutch. Auto blip can be added with Kramer kit ($500)
    2) sprung currently at .95
    3) spare parts arrive at your door step in 48 hours from Kramer USA.
    4) bike comes with an additional quiet exhaust system for noise regulated tracks
    5) you don’t “tune or Dyno” a Kramer. The factory has these bikes figured out already. Just buy, ride, and win...
     
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  8. Tas

    Tas Well-Known Member

    I’ve seen this bike race and you will not be disappointed in its performance.

    A skilled pilot also helps.
     
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  9. Rickbreen

    Rickbreen Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the props....
     
  10. JJJerry

    JJJerry Well-Known Member

    I don't think I'm fit to be a Kramer owner :crackup:
     
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  11. Jb.junior

    Jb.junior Active Member

    Which aftermarket slipper clutch did you get?
     
  12. Rickbreen

    Rickbreen Well-Known Member

    ?????????
     
  13. Champer

    Champer Well-Known Member

    The Kramer product information website lists an APTC slipper.
     
  14. Jb.junior

    Jb.junior Active Member

    Thanks for that. Yeah, I've seen that they offer that as an aftermarket option. But I think there's some other options too, like YoyoDyne. Just wondering what this bike had installed.
     
  15. Rickbreen

    Rickbreen Well-Known Member

    Correct. So why are you asking me about an aftermarket slipper clutch ?
     
  16. Rickbreen

    Rickbreen Well-Known Member

    Mine has factory slipper clutch from Kramer.
     
  17. Jb.junior

    Jb.junior Active Member

    It was my understanding that the bike does not come with a factory slipper clutch. For one, the 690 Duke does not come with a factory slipper clutch. And I haven't seen it listed as a part of the equipment list on any of the Kramer websites. Perhaps it's listed somewhere else?

    https://en.kraemer-motorcycles.com/hkr-evo2-r
     
  18. Rickbreen

    Rickbreen Well-Known Member

    If you go on Kramer USA website it lists the specs. Are you interested in the bike or just doing an unnecessary slipper clutch survey?
     
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  19. Jb.junior

    Jb.junior Active Member

    Ok, cool. That's good to know. I thought it was an aftermarket accessory -- looking at the Kramer accessories page. http://kmc-shop.com/accessories_1

    I am in the market for a lightweight race bike for sure. I don't think that understanding what is and isn't on the bike is in any way "unnecessary." I thought that you had installed an aftermarket clutch and was just wondering which one. I've sold lots of bikes and am always open to questions.
     
  20. Rickbreen

    Rickbreen Well-Known Member

    I’m open to questions also, I just find the stupid/confusing ones annoying.
    Message me privately and i’ll give you my phone number incase you think of any more confusing ones.
     

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