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Used 2009 Yamaha R6 For Sale. on 2040-motos

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The Yamaha YZF-R6 ONLY 2K was already commercialized as an unbeatable combination of power and handling in the middleweight super sport class and the 2009 model year shows how things can be pushed even further after receiving the proper feedback from the previous model year. So Yamaha optimizes the engines power output in a quest for better lap times, adds some new color schemes and here is the 2009 Yamaha R6. Don't miss out on this motorcycle. Outstanding performance and reliability. Yamaha is 1 of the leaders in the industry and has the awards to prove it. Good price....great value....great experience. CALL/TEXT 540XXXXXX STILL HAS 2.5 yearS FULL WARRANTY.

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