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coleman67
I've put 850 miles on mine in the first three weeks with no issues at all!

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NICKY NEON
bought mine july 1 almost 800 miles and runs perfect.

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Kazicht
350 Miles, no problems so far!
 

FZ07 Mods: Akrapovic Ti - Shorai Lithium Battery - Pazzo Levers - OEM Flyscreen
 

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Guru
2000 miles on mine, no problems. I fact it runs better then it ever did. Even sounds better.
 
I wouldn't call my stalling a 'problem' because I didn't really do anything to solve it. Anything else I did on the bike is regular maintenance and making it look prettier.

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olderthandirt
Me too...no problems at all.

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redrover
Only had my FZ for a little over a week and almost 300 miles, but no problems so far!

2015 FZ-07
2013 TU250X - Sold!

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mjh937
No problems here either. I thought I was having stalling issues, but it always happened just as I was about to shut the bike down anyway. It turned out the kickstand cutoff switch works just fine :).

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feliz
Glad to see all the replies! Usually these forums are rampant with whiners, complainers, people who should have bought another bike, or owners with legitimate complaints making it difficult for potential owners to get a real view of what the bike is like. If you look at my gallery you'll see I've owned many different brands and types of bikes and my FZ-07 will go down as one of, if not the best bike........Yamaha got this one right.
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nmucat
I'm right at my 600 miles, not as drivey as the rest of ya, and I have not had any bike related issues. If something has happened its b/c I wasnt doing what I should be.

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dravyck
I have a little over 7000 since July, with a 2600 mile trip in the middle there. Zero issues, still a good bit of life left in the Bridgestones, chain and sprockets look good(maintenance every 600 miles), brakes still good.

82 Yamaha XJ550 Maxim Black (Passed Away)
15 Yamaha FZ-07 White

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trebec
Just about 700 and the only problem is the front wheel won't seem to stay on the ground  :D so i guess thats not really a problem then. I would recommend this bike to any new rider as well as intermediate and advanced riders. It is almost like a Honda Hawk but 1 more gear and fuel injection. One of the best things I have purchased in my life, besides the Hawk of course. 2 thumbs up. 
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FZRDR
Not a damned thing wrong! In fact, this is my 7 motorcycle that I have owned in my 54 years.
I tend to be picky and this Yami seems to have hit most of the boxes on my check list.

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crazycracka501
Got about 1300 mi on her. Rider her hard and put her away wet every time. No problems that can't be determined as owner error. Dropped the bike in garage and bent handle bars (real soft alloy). Yamaha told me they did this so the handle bars can absorb more of the shock when dropping the bike.

Make it stop!....Now make it go faster!

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truthiness
2000 miles on mine, no problems. I fact it runs better then it ever did. Even sounds better.  
I wouldn't call my stalling a 'problem' because I didn't really do anything to solve it. Anything else I did on the bike is regular maintenance and making it look prettier.
I can second the sounding better part. At low RPM it has a really satisfying rumble :thumbup:

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lonerider
A bit over 4 000 miles. No issues since i got it (end of june). Always amazed by the engine performance versus the fuel consumption. Way better than my previous SV650S and FZ6 (not the FZ6R). The lack of windscreen isn't a problem for me even for 4 hours on highway. But with the cold temperature here in Canada, at 3°C (37°F) a naked bike doesn't give the comfort of a semi-faired bike with handguards.
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past bikes: WR250X, KLR650, V-Strom 1000, DR650, FZ-6, SV650S, Seca II, GS400S, Seca 750, YZ80.

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cassecou
Tu es toujour le bienvenue dans le sud. (You are always welcome in the south).
 

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lonerider
Tu es toujour le bienvenue dans le sud. (You are always welcome in the south).
Thanks. Weather is calling for a bit of snow for next saturday. The end of my riding season is near. 

past bikes: WR250X, KLR650, V-Strom 1000, DR650, FZ-6, SV650S, Seca II, GS400S, Seca 750, YZ80.

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FZRDR
Your riding season is coming to and end, now that is a Problem!
Sorry had to throw that one in, being from south Florida, now is the best time for riding down here
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attila
Glad to see all the replies! Usually these forums are rampant with whiners, complainers, people who should have bought another bike, or owners with legitimate complaints making it difficult for potential owners to get a real view of what the bike is like. If you look at my gallery you'll see I've owned many different brands and types of bikes and my FZ-07 will go down as one of, if not the best bike........Yamaha got this one right.
Fully agree. I have had bikes for 42 years and currently have six. The FZ-07 ranks as one of the BEST!. Great little bike with bang for the buck. It is no "beginners' bike either.
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lonerider
Your riding season is coming to and end, now that is a Problem! Sorry had to throw that one in, being from south Florida, now is the best time for riding down here
You're right. I stored my bike november 5th. The problem began. It will end somewhere between end of March - beginning of April. It's been a couple of years that me and a riding partner talk about going south in winter time to go riding.  
Have a good winter riding season for all of you, lucky ones.  ;)
 

past bikes: WR250X, KLR650, V-Strom 1000, DR650, FZ-6, SV650S, Seca II, GS400S, Seca 750, YZ80.

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FZRDR
Thanks for the well wishes down here in the south east corner of the U.S.  
For us definitely the best time to get out and ride!
at least you guys up north can snowmobile and ski!

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cassecou
 It's been a couple of years that me and a riding partner talk about going south in winter time to go riding.
You can always make a pit stop down here on your way south ;) 

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fairorth
Picked it up five days ago. Ninety-six miles. No problems! Was that a little too quick?

My bike history
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82 VT-500 Ascot
86 VFR Interceptor
04 MV Agusta F4 Brutale S (750)
10 Street Triple R
15 FZ-07 (arrived 12/6/2015)!!

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schalicke
1.8 miles on mine and it's flawless. Just picked it up two hours ago and trailer'd it home. Too Soon??? ;)

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