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It is with a heavy heart that I post this, but I think it may be time to list my bike for sale (my wife's nearly new 2017 CB300f is also up for sale). I haven't really had the time to ride nearly as much as I would like recently, and with some family priorities changing, I don't see that changing much in the near future. It doesn't help that the riding season in the northeast is so short. It has ALWAYS been garage kept and I'm not into racing or stunting in the slightest. It really is "like new" condition, and I've been very careful about what I've done with it. That being said - the bike is financed, so potential buyers would need to be ok with it and willing to work around it. I'm more than willing to work with someone who is serious about buying the bike, but if it's too much trouble I just won't bother with selling at all. It's a 2018, and it was purchased brand new from a local dealer in April of 2018. It currently has just 2,034 miles on the odometer (like I said, just haven't had the chance to enjoy it). I've spent a silly amount of money on extras, considering how little I've been on it. Most of my additions have been documented on this forum too. See my thread for pics and details: (Just to be clear, the thumbnail is not my bike - it's another member's, we have the same bike color and he gave me the idea for the seat color. I don't know why the thumbnail is showing his bike and not mine?) 2018 MT07 ABS 2,034 miles $7,000 It comes with the following extras: Dave Moss front suspension mod (removed 10mm from fork spacers and installed heavier oil) R6 throttle tube swap (still have stock) I also bought a matching OEM R6 left grip so that they match but never installed it) FT ECU flashing kit (USB cable installed on bike to allow connecting laptop to load tunes) software license and Datalink cable are registered to me/my bike, but I'm willing to transfer it all over 2 Wheel Dyno Works tuned (mild tune - for a mostly stock bike and just overall improvement from factory) USB charging port wired to the factory installed charging plug This was all done very nicely with a plug and wire kit so it unplugs just like it was installed from the factory Battery Tender cable (I'll also throw in my battery tender jr.) Womet tech frame sliders and rear axle spools/sliders TST Industries front and rear LED turn signals and flasher relay TST Industries fender eliminator and LED license plate light (I kept all the old fender and tail hardware) Rhinomoto bar ends with Amazon bar-end mirrors (OEM mirrors are included) Puig short windscreen Cortech Super 2.0 magnetic tank bag Nelson Rigg commuter tail bag Corbin Custom seat (OEM also included) I also have several jackets that can go with the bike for a clean sale Also worth mentioning in case anyone's looking for a small starter bike: my wife's nearly new 2017 Honda CB300f is also up for sale. That one has less than 1500 miles on it and a nice purple vinyl wrap job.
After several months of deliberation, I have decided to sell off my FZ. I originally bought it as a daily commuter for work and occasional weekend fun bike, but after taking a new position at work I've been having to use the car more often than not in order to transport things. The big points: Single Owner 2015 FZ-07 Pearl White No drops/accidents 2000ish miles $4500 Cash money, no checks, no trades. Near Atlanta, GA And the details: Included in the asking price will be all accessories pictured and listed below: Leo Vince Underbody Full Stainless Exhaust Marietta Motorsports Street Flash (reduces off-throttle jerkiness and adds more pep all over the RPM band) Motodynamic Progressive smoked rear tail Digital LED blinker relay Fabbri Gen-X matte black windscreen Moto-machine instrument cluster riser Battery charging pigtail RAM phone mount Cyclops H4 headlight LED front signals with white running lights Custom LEDs mounted in tank grills with switchback operation for running lights and blinkers SkyLink GPS tracker ALL stock parts (exhaust, melon turn signals, etc.) Tires and brakes have plenty of life remaining, no flat spots. So down to the nitty gritty. This bike is as near flawless as you can get for something used as a daily for a couple seasons. I used it for a quick 15 mile round trip commute for work most days, and was only ridden in the rain once during a weekend excursion. It's been garage kept its whole life and has a new battery as of last season. Oil changes were done on time with full synthetic and the chain was replaced last season. This bike has never had the clutch-in stumble issue, and only had very mild chatter from the chain which is now completely gone since being replaced. The ECU flash did not affect the fuel economy, I regularly get 50+ mpg. The only service performed outside of normal maintenance was to replace the water pump housing gasket which showed dampness about 1000 miles in (replaced under warranty). It has been 100% reliable and I see no reason why it would not continue that track record with the same amount of care applied to it. The only things that needs to the "fixed" is that one of the bolts that holds the leg guard in place on the right side of the bike fell out at some point, and needs a factory bolt to replace it, and the coolant pipes have some kind of odd oxidation on them. All mods done to the bike are 100% reversible. I used all factory connectors for the wiring, the only thing spliced in is the GPS tracker installed at the dealer which taps into a fused connection in the harness near the battery. Also, because of the GPS, you'll want to keep the bike on a charger if it's going to sit for more than a few days as it will drain the battery if left much longer than that. I kept all the factory parts so you can put it back to stock if you want, or I'll just toss them in the bin.
2017 Yamaha FZ-07 ABS model 13257 miles, excellent condition Clear title Always garage kept Never dropped Old man owned Never red lined Michelin Road 5 tires with only 2000 miles Adjustable windscreen LED flush mount turn signals Cellphone or GPS mount 5 volt charger outlet Tank bag with map pouch Throttle lock Freeway pegs folding 30 liter each waterproof hard locking saddle bags 29 liter waterproof locking Shad top box (for those that care the handlebars measure 28.5 inches and the saddle bags just 29.5 inches so filtering allowed and less wind resistance) Swing arm spools Front and rear stands Custom rear LED lighting 12 volt outlet Electric jacket with plug in electric gloves Controller with separate temperature controls No rides until I have cash in hand.