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2015 FJ-09 - Red (faster ;-) 8970 miles - North Virginia $7500 OBO

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2015 Yamaha FJ-09 8971 miles (Red)
Super clean original owner. Commuters dream and sport touring warrior.
Fully adjustable suspension from Traxxion Dynamics (see below)
2wheeldynoworks ECU custom Flash Tune (i.e. Much smother throttle response, more power, better fuel economy, removed speed limiter, and much more)

Broken in with conventional oil then nothing but Mobile 1 Racing 4T fully synthetic oil.

Comes with 2015 Yamaha FJ-09 factory service manual.

All FJ-09 recalls performed at dealer (CCT, Trans Input Shaft, and Handlebar)
All maintenance completed at dealer

List of all accessories and upgrades:
Genuine Yamaha Accessories Hard Saddlebags $920
Genuine Yamaha Accessories Heated Grips $291
Traxxion Dynamics Penske 8983 double adjustable rear shock $950
Traxxion Dynamics AK20 Full Adjustable front forks $1300
Seat Concepts Front Seat and Rear matching cover $167
New Michelin Pilot Road 4 Rear Tire $170
New Michelin Pilot Road 4 Front Tire $145
Givi E84 Backrest Pad for E450 Top Cases $38.70
Givi SR2122 Top Case Rack Yamaha FJ-09 2015-2016 $71.10
Givi top box E450 $195
Kaoko Throttle Lock Cruise Control $137
2wheeldynoworks ECU custom Flash Tune w/ free lifetime reflashes $349
Radiator guard $100
Comes with:
Spare clutch cable
(3) Windscreens and deflector
Battery tender
Tank bag

I purchased the bike brand new from Romney Cycles out of Romney WV. She has been garaged the entire time I have owned the bike.

I am NOT parting out the bike so please don't ask. It's being sold complete or not at all.




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Nice bike with all the right upgrades!   Good luck with the sale...

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Ha! I was totally scrolling through to see if you'd sell some parts. GLWS, that's a phenomenally well setup motorcycle.

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'15 FJ09

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Thanks. This bike was planned on being a keeper but then life happens and then it sits. Built it to what I thought Yamaha should have done with the bike from factory. If anyone has a y questions be happy to answer.

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