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2004 Yamaha Fz on 2040-motos

YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:2 ColorColor: silver
Location:

Bear, Delaware, United States

Bear, Delaware, United States
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Yamaha FZ photos

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Yamaha FZ tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):600 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Yamaha FZ description

2004 Yamaha FZ6 with only 2015 original miles. Runs perfect.   Adult (senior citizen) owned and ridden.  Very very nice condition.  No mods what so ever.  Garage kept.  No dings or dents, just a few very small minor scratches.  Just passed Delaware inspection.  Recent oil change. Very good tires and a newer battery with battery tender.  
Test rides only with current motorcycle endorsement and payment in full before ride.

Moto blog

EICMA 2011 Preview: 2012 Yamaha TMax – Scooterus Maximus [Video]

Tue, 18 Oct 2011

The 2011 EICMA show in Milan is just a few weeks away and from what we’ve seen from the manufacturers so far, it looks like the prevailing theme this year is the maxi-scooter. Honda will present its 700cc dual clutch transmission Integra scooter at EICMA, BMW announced it will unveil two new maxi-scooters in Milan, and Aprilia is rebadging an 850cc V-Twin Gilera scooter as the SRV 850. And now Yamaha is jumping into the fray with an update to its popular TMax.

Yamaha Quitting World Superbike Racing After 2011 Season

Mon, 01 Aug 2011

Yamaha announced it is withdrawing its factory World Superbike Championship race team following the end of the 2011 season. The news comes as a bit of a surprise, just a week after reports the team had re-signed racer Marco Melandri for the 2012 season. On the other hand, the team has struggled to find a title sponsor this season, as has Yamaha’s MotoGP team.

OEMs Plug into Electric Bikes

Sat, 01 Nov 2008

KTM introduced its prototype electric motorcycle earlier this week, and electric bike manufacturer Zero Motorcycles almost immediately responded by opening sales on its 2009 Zero X dirt bike (look for our review of the 2008 model next week!). But these two companies arenít the only ones exploring the possibilities of electric-powered motorcycles. In September, Japanís largest industrial information journal Nikkei Business Daily reported that both Honda and Yamaha have set target dates for launching their own electric-powered motorcycles.