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2006 Yamaha Yz on 2040-motos

US $2,000.00
YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:20

Mazomanie, Wisconsin, United States

Mazomanie, Wisconsin, United States
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Yamaha YZ description


I'm selling a 2006 Yz125

- 20 hours on top and bottom end
- newer transmission bearings
- newer side of crankcase
- unbreakable ASV clutch lever

This bike has been raced a few times, but is still in decent shape.


Bike does not have a title (dirt bikes don't come with one)

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GPify the Yamaha Fazer FZ8 with LeoVince

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Here is what LeoVince has to say about the new Fazer8 and FZ8 exhausts: Quick off the mark with 3 exhaust options launched for Yamaha's brand new 800cc Fazer and FZ8 models, LeoVince promise you less weight, better looks and improved performance. These new Fazers, with their R1 engines, albeit downgraded to a smaller 800cc capacity, have been designed by Yamaha to give more bottom end power.  LeoVince have finely tuned their new slip-on GP-PRO and SBK-FACTORY exhausts to further increase both power and torque throughout the whole rev range, and endow the bike with a much improved sports sound - plus a removable db baffle for increased throatiness.

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