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2005 Yamaha R1 on 2040-motos

$5,995
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:16250 ColorColor: White
Location:

Oceanside, California

Oceanside, CA
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Yamaha Other tech info

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Yamaha Other description

Excellent condition. Beautiful pearl white and black color combo, not a scratch on it. Only 16k miles. Lots of upgrades, CNC machined adjustable clutch and brake levers, Race Exhaust Baffles installed, fender eliminator kit, frame sliders and bar end sliders, double bubble windscreen, LED flush mount front turn signals, mini stalk rear turn signals, Motion Pro grips, brand new Pirelli Corsas, new clutch. Just been through service and comes with a 3000 mile 3 month warranty. We finance all types of credit.

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