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2008 Yamaha R6 on 2040-motos

US $4,600.00
YearYear:2008 MileageMileage:4

West Long Branch, New Jersey, United States

West Long Branch, New Jersey, United States
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Yamaha R6 photos

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Yamaha R6 tech info

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Yamaha R6 description

2008 Yamaha r6 special edition. 4xxx miles. The bike has been meticulously maintained. It was never fully leaned over as you can see by the tires, never wheelied, or abused.

  • Shifts through all 6 gears flawlessly
  • always warmed up to 200 degrees before every ride
  • Brakes work perfectly
  • All lights and signals work properly
  • Always ran premium 93 octane fuel
  • Full synthetic high performance oil changed 5 miles ago
  • Fork seals don't leak
  • It has frame sliders and swing arm sliders (not pictured and adjustable handles)
  • Integrated taillight with flush mount turn signals front and rear. Fender delete kit installed aswell"
  • Bike is perfect and ready to ride with the exception that it needs a front tire. 

  • bike is lowered in front and rear but is easily reversable
  • New battery


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