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Bill Geary

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  1. Wow! What a beauty! Looks really clean. Nice pipes. Can you possibly list your VIN number? I'm trying to figure out what my new '82 is supposed to look like. It's missing 3 digits (7,8,9) due to cable wear.

    Thanks,

    Bill in USA

  2. Hey great to hear others are still riding this fine motorcycle! I got 90,000 miles on the original motor, then something went wrong in the gearbox. I looked around and found another motor with about 2,000 miles on it. With general maintenence & as long as I can find parts, I'll ride this bike forever! I've made lots of mods so now only really knowledgable people know its a 1982 motorcycle. I get compliments everywhere i go & questions about what kind it is, ect. I'm new here & still trying to figure out how to navigate this page. Lets all put up pics of our Secas. Even if I had enough money for a new bike I'd keep this one. It always has done everything I've asked of it & its reliability is nothing short of phenominable! Sure it aint no modern race bike but is plenty fast for me & who needs the speeding tickets anyway. Hope to hear some feedback. Riding season here in Minnesota USA is still 2 months away & I cant wait to go riding!!!

    I just drove into New York City to buy a 1982 XJ750 Seca. It hasn't run in 20 years, but it's all there (except the headlight). I can't wait to get it running- but I have a bigger problem than that right now.... I have no title and no keys! That's why I got it so cheap!!

    I'm hoping someone on this forum can help me figure out my VIN number. The middle 3 digits were worn off the triple-tree where the cables were rubbing, so I don't know how to figure it out. What I can read goes like this: JYA5G2_ _ _ followed by CA102907 The engine no. reads: 5G2102907

    Any help will be greatly appreciated, thanks!!....

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