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    Default 2015 fz-07

    If anyone wants a very well set up lightweight bike, this looks cool as shit, and is local-ish
    http://advrider.com/index.php?thread...#post-30488427

    2015 Yamaha FZ07 with all the best upgrades! This is one of the most fun bikes I've ever owned or ridden. 3466 miles.

    Traxxion AK-20 fork cartridges and springs $1300.00
    Nitron R3 3 way adjustable remote reservoir shock $1180.00
    Akrapovic Titanium full exhaust $958.00
    Renthal Street bars $68.00
    Givi windscreen $134.00

    Jeepers I wish I hadn't just added that all up :-( My loss is your gain. Get a great deal on this bike that is set up like no other FZ-07. If it doesn't sell as is I will return it to stock and sell all of these desirable parts on Ebay or the FZ-07 forum.

    It has Continental TKC80 tires on it or I can put the stock tires back on. They both have about 2k miles on them. I also have the original red plastics. Pick your color!

    Asking $6200
    Located in upstate NY near Saratoga / Albany

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    Nice, almost makes me want a street bike again.
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    what kind of tires are these in the FZ-07 pic above and what type of riding they are designed for? thx
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattr302 View Post
    If anyone wants a very well set up lightweight bike, this looks cool as shit, and is local-ish

    http://advrider.com/index.php?thread...#post-30488427


    A buddy may be interested. I can jump on the other forum, but wondering, you know this guy? Or just sharing because it's a friggin cool bike?


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    Just shared because it's cool and well set up for short money. Everyone seems to love the FZ07's.
    There's also this '16 with Ohlins shock and fork cartridges for $5g in Maryland http://advrider.com/index.php?thread...r250r.1178904/

    Alex, they're continental TKC80 tires, for street and dirt roads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AEG View Post
    what kind of tires are these in the FZ-07 pic above and what type of riding they are designed for? thx
    Scrambler tires for dirt. Probably noisy and awkward on road but they look neat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattr302 View Post
    Just shared because it's cool and well set up for short money. Everyone seems to love the FZ07's.
    There's also this '16 with Ohlins shock and fork cartridges for $5g in Maryland http://advrider.com/index.php?thread...r250r.1178904/

    Alex, they're continental TKC80 tires, for street and dirt roads.


    Wait! Wait!!! I have a wr250r. And this other one is also NIZE!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by JBAX View Post
    Wait! Wait!!! I have a wr250r. And this other one is also NIZE!!!


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    Step 1 : load your motorcycle onto your truck or trailer

    Step 2 : drive to this guy's house, trade, and bring the FZ07 home

    Step 3 : let me ride it at a trackday next season

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