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2007 Yamaha R6 on 2040-motos

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2007 Yamaha R6, $5,000, image 1

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2007 Yamaha R6, $5,000, image 2

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PRICE REDUCED AGAIN!! 2007 Yamaha Yzf-R6 Custom 2007 R6 Mods include: Custom Powder Coated Gold Rims Built in Blue LED's ( 2 on sides, 1 under front and rear ) Gold covers for Oil cap, Brake Fluid, and Rear break fluid caps Blue tint applied to all lights, Headlights and turn signals Smoked Tail light Rear License Eliminator kit LED Light for License plate Carbon Fiber Rear fender and Heel Guards Adjustable Clutch and Brake levers Mirrors capped and removed Graves Motorsports Slip on Exhaust Gold bar end frame sliders on handle bars Black frame sliders on engine and rear axel Bike runs fantastic, had it maintenanced in April, NEVER dumped, the bike has 2 blemishes that are very small and from previous owner when he dropped the bike in his garage. You can see for yourself the little scratches are on the right edge of front right headlight housing and little on bottom, these scratches go north to south so its easy to see it was just knocked over. The bikes paint otherwise is in great shape, I waxed it about every other month. Im sad to see it go, but its on to a new project . I can get more pictures upon request but you have to see the bike to appreciate the beauty. Also come with Bike jacks for front and rear (200$ value) I am pretty firm on my price of 5k. Does NOT come with the Helmet.

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