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2014 Yamaha Other on 2040-motos

US $8,000.00
YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:4 ColorColor: Black
Location:

San Francisco, California, United States

San Francisco, California, United States

Yamaha Other tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):950 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Cruiser For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Yamaha Other description

Selling an incredible Bolt. If you're in the market for one, I assure you, you won't find one better modified, higher performing, or more unique than this one. Buyer responsible for pickup or making shipping arrangements.

PERFORMANCE MODS:
--Tuned: ECU was re-flashed by Ivan's Performance Cycles. [$350.00]

--Vance + Hines VO2 air intake + Skullcap cover. [$159.99 + $55.95]

--SS Customs Cycle Real Deal dual black ceramic exhaust with DEI titanium exhaust wrap--If you do a local pickup, for kicks, I'll even throw in the stock headers with a Vance + Hines Comp Series slip-on exhaust (although you'd be a fool to put it back on the bike). [$449 + $429]

--SS Customs 4" forward controls kit. [$139.95]

--Yamaha reduced reach bars, made by Super Plot. Exact same dimensions as the stock bar with about an inch more pullback. [$89.99]

--Avon Custom Contour Anodized grips. [$59.99]

--Hagon 270H 14" adjustable performance Road Shocks. Still a tight suspension, but much more travel than the stock R-spec shocks with improved ground clearance for pushin' it in the corners. [$219.00]

--Avon Cobra tires front and back. Waaaaaaay stickier than the stockers. Chose a 110mm up front--10mm wider than stock for some extra girth and stability at highway speeds. Stock width in the rear. Tires have about 2K miles on them. [$250]


BODY MODS:
--Truly custom rear end: I removed the ugly-ass stock taillight. But instead of just putting a sticker over the hole in the fender, I had the fender welded, smoothed out, sanded and painted professionally. So you've got a one-of-a-kind clean fender. [$350.00]

--Yamaha OEM mini fairing, with a blacked out windscreen. [$299.00]

--Yamaha OEM fork gaiters. [$38.95]

--Blacked out side cover and battery box belt.

--Blacked out speedometer ring [$26.92] and speedo visor [$34.99].

--Z1R diamond-stitch solo seat. [$209.95]

--Full leather, genuine La Rosa Designs solo swingarm bag. [$159.95]

--15" Ginz Choppers custom "Rolling Hell" sissy bar. This bike was literally the first one Ginz designed a Yamaha Bolt kit for. Thebike is featured on his website. [$370.00]

--SS Customs Cycle side mount license plate. [$99.95]


SAFETY + LIGHTING MODS:
--Radiantz LED license plate frame, to keep Johnny Law off your back. [$29.95]

--Muth Mergemaster mirrors with integrated amber LED running lights and turn signals--really cleans up the front end. [$189.99]

--X-arc Duo integrated run/turn/brake LED rear signals. [$149.99]

--Radiantz LED taillight strip--set up for brake only. Cut down a piece of the Yamaha Fender Eliminator kit to add the strip inconspicuously. [$38.84] 

--Signal Dynamics BackOFF XP brake light modulator--flashes all three rear lights for added visibility and protection from dummy cagers at the stop light. [$42.95]

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