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2009 Yamaha R1 With 360 Fat Tire Kit (custom) on 2040-motos

US $2,600.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:13188 ColorColor: Yellow
Location:

Dallas, Texas, United States

Dallas, Texas, United States
2009 Yamaha R1 with 360 Fat Tire Kit (Custom), US $2,600.00, image 1

Suzuki Custom photos

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Suzuki Custom description

Selling my fully custom one of a kind 2009 Yamaha r1 cross plane i4 edition this thing is a beast rides great 3 different mode option a,b and std! Now to all the custom work 360 fat tire kit by Roaring toys one of the top custom motorcycle shops in the nation the bike has a ton of money in it and starting with toce full exhaust 4 pipes this thing sounds like a exotic car Mean as hell 360 kit with rear break rare on fat tire kits, black wind screen, remote controlled Led lights thru out the bike, integrator smoked rear tail light, front LED turn signals, yellow xenon lights along with bright white corner led lights, single sided front break. The bike is recently serviced with fresh oil change spark plug and filter. 13188 miles.
Ready for new owner title in hand clean and clear .

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