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1992 Yamaha FZR600, 7000 miles


New member
Sep 11, 2008
San Francisco
2007 GSXR-750
1992 Yamaha FZR600, 7400 miles

**Price Drop** $2500

I have a 1992 Yamaha FZR600 with 7600(UPDATED) ORIGINAL miles, no its not a typo. Probably the last of its kinda you'll see with this kind of miles.

It has aftermarket shocks in the rear (fox)
.95 racetech springs with 20wt oil in front forks
new spark plugs
new battery
Just had carbs cleaned and synced

Also have a rear seat cowl cover that I'll throw in

Otherwise, pretty much all stock.

Condition of the bike, the pictures will tell you (that scrap on the right side is the worst of it.)

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these are the pictures you wanted up?
With 7k miles, I imagine it's been sitting for a while?

I am fairly interested btw haha. Even though I just got my 250...
The previous owner let it sit for about 9 months, but since I bought it, I've been riding it everyday. He had a tune-up right before he let it sit. But when I got it, it went ahead and changed the plugs, and brand new battery.