2015 Yamaha Fj-09 on 2040-motos
Yamaha FJ-09 tech info
Yamaha FJ-09 description
2015 Yamaha FJ09 w/ ABS + Traction Control
I buy at least 1 new bike every season, sometimes 2 new bikes in a season.
There is nothing wrong with this bike. The bike has never been dropped, down, or damaged in any way. There is not a single imperfection on it. This bike is extremely comfortable with 2 seat height positions to choose from.
This new Yamaha 3 cylinder engine is phenomenal. It is extremely powerful and massive torque is available from idle. The bike includes important safety features to protect you like 3 ride modes, ABS and Traction Control. Turn off the traction control and the front wheel will lift with ease.
The bike is stock. First oil change already completed. I purchased the bike in January 2016 and I am the first and only owner. The bike is under factory warranty until 01/09/2017.
Title is available same day payment is made.
I have already purchased my next bike so this one is ready to go. There is no reserve so the highest bidder will own it.
This will make some father a very good Father's Day gift.
Search YouTube for many informational videos about this bike.
Let me know if you want it.
Moto blogTue, 24 Apr 2012
Trawling the internet for a sound clip of the Crossplane Crank Yamaha R1 on full chatter, I came across this: a few fast laps on board with New Zealand Superbike racer Tony Rees as he works the CABS Throttle Blipper on his 2011 R1. (Skip to 7:35 for the fast ones.) CABS is a system used by Superbike teams that makes use of the R1’s digitally controlled throttle. When you change up a gear, the bike blips in the perfect amount of revs to save time on track and make downshifts as quick and easy as clutch-less upshifts.Fri, 04 May 2012
McCarthy’s wit isn’t as quick as his motorcycle. “A prudent man concealeth knowledge: but the heart of fools proclaimeth foolishness.” (Proverbs 12:23 KJV) According to reports, New York State Police arrested Nikkolaus McCarthy, 25, of Charlton, N.Y., this past Wednesday afternoon after he was “clocked” riding his motorcycle at 166 mph on the New York State Thruway in Ravena, N.Y. But it seems McCarthy needs to learn the simple concept of avoiding self-incrimination.Wed, 15 Sep 2010
This picture of me chasing Foggy on the Daytona banking in 1991 brought back some bitter sweet memories recently. I did half a season as his team mate on the Silkolene RC30s before scurrying off to Japan to ride a factory Yamaha Superbike. I’ve never been a quitter but I felt the team that year was gear stretched running two riders so it was a case of last in first out.
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