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2016 FZ-07 Pre-onwed/Used Price Paid

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shuarez
I'm in MD and bought a used 2016 FZ-07 in June with 1600 miles on the meter for $5200 + TAX + TITLE + REGISTRATION
 
 
If you bought a used FZ-07 what price did you pay?

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detours
I just bought a used 2015 in Colorado for $5999 at a dealership with 1000 miles. Best price I could find around here.
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timjh
Private sale on a 2015 a few months ago in AZ $5700 about 4000 miles. I'm third owner.
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davo8411
Bought a 2015 with 3200 miles on in from a little used car lot for $3,900!!!  It had a Puig smoked windscreen installed.  I cannot believe I got it so cheap!  All the others I had seen on Craigslist were between $5,500 and $7,000.
 
 
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shuarez
Bought a 2015 with 3200 miles on in from a little used car lot for $3,900!!!  It had a Puig smoked windscreen installed.  I cannot believe I got it so cheap!  All the others I had seen on Craigslist were between $5,500 and $7,000. 

 
That's a steal! Nicely done..

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xhifer
2015 600 miles with simple mods I wanted for $5,400.

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Beemer
So you saved money and still got a new bike with some warranty. That's a good deal any day!

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e30kawi
I bought a 4 month old 2015 with 450 miles for $6500 last year.

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dentalprodigy
Paid $6000 for 2015 Yamaha FZ-07 with 2430 miles. Bike had all the mods on it that I would have added and others that I had no idea were a thing but was glad to have them already installed.
- M4 slipon
- ECU flash with 2WDW
- Spielgler brake lines
- GSXR600 front brake master radial cylinder
- EBC pads
- OES frame sliders
- rear seat cowl
- puig sport windscreen
- LED turn signals
- Radiator guard
- Tail tidy
- R6 throttle tube
- Spools
- Vortex rear sprocket
- Diablo SuperCorsa SC1 tires + Stock PR3's
- Suburban Machine bars
- JRI rear shock
- custom rear sets 1 inch up back 2 inch's
- Traxxion Dynamics front fork drop in kit with emulators
- DNA filter
 
I didn't even know what 1/2 the stuff mean't when I bought it but overtime with experience I have realized that I got a extremely hooked up bike. Very fortunate to have it. It's a beast.
 
Obligatory showoff pics > https://goo.gl/photos/nySsXVt4Lh7fe1B3A
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jerryv
Hell yeah .... why did the owner sell it?
 
 

Paid $6000 for 2015 Yamaha FZ-07 with 2430 miles. Bike had all the mods on it that I would have added and others that I had no idea were a thing but was glad to have them already installed. - M4 slipon
- ECU flash with 2WDW
- Spielgler brake lines
- GSXR600 front brake master radial cylinder
- EBC pads
- OES frame sliders
- rear seat cowl
- puig sport windscreen
- LED turn signals
- Radiator guard
- Tail tidy
- R6 throttle tube
- Spools
- Vortex rear sprocket
- Diablo SuperCorsa SC1 tires + Stock PR3's
- Suburban Machine bars
- JRI rear shock
- custom rear sets 1 inch up back 2 inch's
- Traxxion Dynamics front fork drop in kit with emulators
- DNA filter
 
I didn't even know what 1/2 the stuff mean't when I bought it but overtime with experience I have realized that I got a extremely hooked up bike. Very fortunate to have it. It's a beast.
 
Obligatory showoff pics > https://goo.gl/photos/nySsXVt4Lh7fe1B3A
 

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dentalprodigy
Hell yeah .... why did the owner sell it? 
 

Paid $6000 for 2015 Yamaha FZ-07 with 2430 miles. Bike had all the mods on it that I would have added and others that I had no idea were a thing but was glad to have them already installed. - M4 slipon
- ECU flash with 2WDW
- Spielgler brake lines
- GSXR600 front brake master radial cylinder
- EBC pads
- OES frame sliders
- rear seat cowl
- puig sport windscreen
- LED turn signals
- Radiator guard
- Tail tidy
- R6 throttle tube
- Spools
- Vortex rear sprocket
- Diablo SuperCorsa SC1 tires + Stock PR3's
- Suburban Machine bars
- JRI rear shock
- custom rear sets 1 inch up back 2 inch's
- Traxxion Dynamics front fork drop in kit with emulators
- DNA filter
 
I didn't even know what 1/2 the stuff mean't when I bought it but overtime with experience I have realized that I got a extremely hooked up bike. Very fortunate to have it. It's a beast.
 
Obligatory showoff pics > https://goo.gl/photos/nySsXVt4Lh7fe1B3A
 
Not really sure.

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martyinaustin
- rear seat cowl
i really like the look of your rear seat cowl.  is that an Ermax?  doesn't look like others i've seen. 
thanks
marty

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dentalprodigy
- rear seat cowl
i really like the look of your rear seat cowl.  is that an Ermax?  doesn't look like others i've seen. 
thanks
marty
Thanks Marty.  Me too.  I did some google'ing.  This looks like it's it.  
https://www.shopyamaha.com/product/details/fz-07-seat-cowl?b=Search
 
There's an amazon listing aswell for ~$200   Here; 
https://www.amazon.com/Yamaha-Street-Motorcycle-Liquid-Graphite/dp/B00VU1U4JK/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1469411924&sr=1-1-fkmr0&keywords=fz-07+rear+seat+cowl
 
 
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avanti
Yeah, it's the Yami seat cowl, I'm VERY pleased with mine; it even has the stock under-pan to put the tools and stuff in.
 
And, I see that either the seller or you got rid of those gawd-awful, "stick-on," cast, side covers. Now, dental, ya just need to fab a little cover for each side to hid the mounting holes.

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dentalprodigy
Yeah, it's the Yami seat cowl, I'm VERY pleased with mine; it even has the stock under-pan to put the tools and stuff in.  
And, I see that either the seller or you got rid of those gawd-awful, "stick-on," cast, side covers. Now, dental, ya just need to fab a little cover for each side to hid the mounting holes.
You're right.  Those do stick out and look really ugly.  

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