Clean clear title in hand. Torquey, air-cooled 350cc four-stroke single delivers both strong low-end grunt for trail riding and high-rpm power for highway duty. I can meet partway if necessary Category Sport Touring Motorcycles Engine 1,300 cc Posted Over 1 Month 2006 Yamaha Fjr1300 A, Bike is in excellent condition. Hmmmmm, I think to myself, this is not good a keen deduction. The torque on this bike was amazing.
Cut the stock plate holder cut down and rolled up further into the fender. Will never leave you stranded. Never maxed out mph or rpm. I plan on owning one with in the month. Is this due to a governor? I motor 4x's the size I would figure can do 80mph easily. The air filter is clean I even left the cover off but no difference.
The suspension was very plush and comfortable, but too plush for serious trails. With the aid of the ambient light from the odd passing car, I see the Yamaha motor smoking. Well now owning the bike almost 3 months I love it. That was the bad news. Just make sure that you're comfortable with the seat height. There is a distinct lack of landmarks, absolutely none whatsoever. New tires were put on last year and have less than 500 mi.
They also tend to be easy to maintain, and if taken care of they can last a long time. My bike was dead on for the California beach, but always too rich in Denver. Would it be easy to ungovern? From what I've found, the only significant and easy power mod appears to be Supertrapp and jetting. I was thinking of a united motors, dsf 200. So I found this option. They have smooth predictable power. First trip out there with it.
The rear drum brakes did wear out quickly when used off road. It was the middle of a dark and stormy night, cold, black and miserable. I plan on owning one with in the month. First thing I did was replace the mirror with an Acerbis, install the Maier handguards, and pull those huge turnsignals off and mount up the little mini's. Off road tracks and fields were also handled without problems. I change the oild tear apart the carb, and fresh gas.
The six speed transmission was geared a little tall for the dirt, but for cruising around town and the back roads it was fine. Its not due to a governer. This is a mildly emotional pick. There is a small chip in the paint on the gas tank see pic. Once I've made this choice, I only have one pick left and I'm done. I believe the intake valves and perhaps also the cam is different. Today, it would be a snap for me to figure out that simple problem, but in 1995 I was so disconnected that I couldn't have fixed a toaster.
Smooth-shifting six-speed transmission geared for dual-purpose versatility. It looks decent shape as well. After writing this I realize i should have made a new topic. Not looking for any trades- Cash only. I see on a lot of sites selling 200cc-250cc dual purposes, claim the top speed to be somewhere around 60mph. Im out of breathe typing this still.
I motor 4x's the size I would figure can do 80mph easily. Smooth ride on dirt or street. Hi, Im new here obvi. Even a brand new wind shield-for a diff. Hyde has made his ugly appearance.
And check out the bike's Show any on our Bikez. I was thinking that the bowl was draining out of gas and not filling up fast enough to keep going? This is well past the 600 miles recommended for proper break in, even if I haven't paid a lick of attention to the procedure. So right now I am running the stock exhaust with the screen out. Sometimes, it got a new paint job, usually it was white and red or white and blue. You can also sign up for e-mail notification when such bikes are advertised in the future. There I was, tooling along at 70 miles per hour on the Grapevine I-5 north of Bakersfield. I was thinking of a united motors, dsf 200.
I've heard of progressive spring replacement for forks, as well as fork swaps seem to lead to a lot of other fussing. It would be cool if it was, but it isn't. The guy behind the wheel tells me he usually doesn't pull over to help people, but since he saw me walking, then saw my bike, and he is a fellow rider who else would stop? Additional pictures are available upon request. Runs Excellent, Service is up to date. It makes a great desktop image. I don't own one yet. Is about 40,000 miles sound about right? Dirt-bike parts Dirt-bike parts and gear available from.