1982 Yamaha Other on 2040-motos
Yamaha Other description
Up for sale is a "Rare"Yamaha 650 Turbo XJ650LJ. As you can see form the photos it in beautiful condition. Not perfect but i believe an 8.5 out of 10. 2,500 actual miles on it. I just had the carbs gone thru, a tune up and new tires installed. When this bike was new the owner had a turbo controller installed. Its in one of the photos. It allows you to adjust the amount of boost you want, when you want it. at the time i was told it costs around $2,000 dollars. When the turbo kicks in it produces about 90 hp. Everything on this bike works as it should. Its pretty cold blooded but runs great. There is some light pitting on the pipes but not really that noticeable. The fiberglass faring has no cracks, the windshield has some real light scratches but in no way affects your vision. I have explained the condition as best as i can. I can send more photos upon request. A $500.00 non-refundable deposit is required within 2 days of winning bid. Full payment within 5 days. I will help in any way i can with shipping. You will not be disappointed with this motorcycle.
Yamaha Other for Sale
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