1990 Yamaha Other on 2040-motos
Yamaha Other description
We have been specializing in Gray Market Imports and FZR 400's for over 20 years. Our parts inventory and knowledge regarding these machines is the largest in the country.This particular FZR400 is what we would describe as a "good honest bike".
Not far from our usual concourse examples. This one you could add to a collection, give it to your girl or just ride it every day.
We acquired this machine from a local PA owner, stripped it down to the frame and motor and began a rider restoration;
Valve service, plugs, filters and all fluids replaced. Fuel system was cleaned and carbs totally rebuilt. Chassis was totally detailed and any weathered parts replaced, coated or painted.
New Bridgestone tires were fitted along with New brake pads. Front forks rebuilt with new seals,bushing's and oil. The body is a respray and very nicely done. Frame, forks and trees are perfect, Swingarm has some small damage on inside from a previous sprocket bolt issue. Bike is 'mostly' original ex. for; Period correct full Yoshimura racing Exhaust, 520 chain conversion, K+N air filter and paint.
All tools and manuals present.
We offer personal enclosed shipping, east of the rockies ($150-$350)
West coast is avail ($500-750)
You are welcome to use your own shipping and we will assist any way possible. Forward air shippments will leave from PHL.
Any questions just ask. 302-672-RACE
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