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  • For Sale SOLD 2008 Yamaha R1 – Black & Gold Ed – LOW KM

    Regrettably selling my 2008 Yamaha R1 Genuine Black & Gold Edition

    I am the second owner and I’m only selling due to not using it enough.
    As a meticulous owner presents as a very clean and as new motorcycle first to see will buy.
    Low km’s for its age only 18,900km
    9 months rego not due till Feb 2021
    Serviced every 3,000km with Motul 300V Full Synthetic oil
    Annitori Quick Shifter
    GYTR Exhausts makes for a great sound
    Shorai lithium battery never have to worry about a flat battery
    Zero Gravity Corsa Dark Smoke Screen
    Black & Gold ASV Levers
    Smoked led front side indicators with led relay installed for correct flash rate
    Pirelli Rosso Corsa dual compound tyres front and rear
    K&N high flow reusable air filter
    Clear Tank Protector
    Tidy Tail
    Personalised Number Plate
    Black rear swingarm spools
    Suspension setup for a 90kg rider
    Comes with two keys & user manual
    Always fuelled with BP 98

    Extras:
    Will include rear paddock stand as pictured
    Motorcycle cover as pictured
    Brand new Driven Rear sets
    Passenger rear foot sets

    Never used as a daily commuter and never ridden in the rain. Inspection will not disappoint.
    No test rides until I have full cash in hand as my insurance will not cover.
    No swaps thanks

    Asking $9,900ono












    Last edited by Jose ee; 05-04-2020, 09:29 PM.
    "Why are motorcycle dealers closed on Sundays? Because Sunday is for worship... Catholics go to church, Motorcyclists go to the track"

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    Looks very well looked after.

    I believe this model is the same as the one in the video.



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XN8bNh6RbJ4

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      "Why are motorcycle dealers closed on Sundays? Because Sunday is for worship... Catholics go to church, Motorcyclists go to the track"

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