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2010 Yamaha Yzf-r Zombie Edition on 2040-motos

$4,500
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:1
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Houston, Texas

Houston, TX
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RLS ExhaustPOWER COMMANDER VDyno tunedThe bike has 222 Orange led light kit that has strobe which make it look like it s on fire it also so has a fade and other options on remote the also has an Antitheft with Remote, custom mirrors, Black and extra gold Shorty Levers, Frame Slider, Gafler Braided brake line , Vortex rear sets ,Flush signal lamps , Smoked rear tail light with integrated blinkers. also has Custom Gas cap,Custom Short Kick Stand, tag eliminator kit and a brand new battery ,and powder coated rear pegs and a VINXXGRIP custom passenger handle bar that mounts to the tank .

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