2007 Yamaha FZ1 in San Marcos, CA in San Marcos, California

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2007 Yamaha FZ1 with Performance & Electronic ModificationsSo much time and effort had been invested into this bike since owned - will surely be missed!Nothing to hide here!2007 Yamaha FZ1 model in great conditionComes equipped with both Yamaha's 'Performance & Electronic' Modifications as wellBlack metallic in color with a matching leather seatEngine size is 998.00ccm (60.90ci) and a 6-Speed Manual transmissionCurrently has 49,000 original Miles - not 4,900!Note. When you do see this well-used machine, you will know that she has been well taken care of since owned! Has always been serviced at the local Dealership every 6-Months or 3,000-Miles. Has also been used as a 'Daily-Driver' too...! A 4,000-Mile bike that is abused - neglected will cost you much more than a $40,000.00 maintained this machine!This sucks- a few months and about 1000 miles and many, MANY hours of work and now Ive had major surgery. Take it before I change my mind and wait out a few years recovery! Below is AS MUCH INFORMATION as I can recall currently. I have noticed that the less info, the longer the post stays active, and the higher the chance the details are horrifying and are hidden.This FZ1 was a run-of-the-mill Yami in June 2016. I purchased from the Original Owner, a 75 year old construction worker who went to the stealership in Santa Anna for the life of the bike. He rode it as his main vehicle, averaged about 5500 miyr. This is good, as these bikes fall apart when they are under-used (look it up people!). He also added the givi luggage brackets and mounted a large toolbox on it. This comes with the bike and is good for weekend trips because you can store your gear and lock it. Although there were cleaner looking bikes, I chose to go with solid mechanics. This bike starts every time, and with the tuning, never needs any throttle blip at all to turn over, even cold for a week!Maintenance Done less than 50miles ago-Chain adjustment Lube-Oil Change (Mobil 1 4T racing Oil)-Coolant

Change-Tire Pressure CheckBelow are a list of maintenancemodsupgrades that have been done in the last 1000 milesMechanic- (I leave nothing to chance on 2 wheels and get a professional to fully inspect and maintain anything of safety concern like wheels, tires, chain, transmission, engine, etc.)-New Chain-New Tires-Oil and Filter Change-Coolant Flush-New battery-New Spark Plugs-Ignition Coil Check-Lube bearingsjoints-Compression Test-New front sprocket (1 tooth less for shorter gearing so 6th makes sense below 100mph)-Replace any hardware with worn rubber seals-Adjust shifter for smoothnessThe rest I have done myself and had my mechanic come check. I am the son of an electrician, and have had 20 Yamahas (3 past Fz1s) to trial-and-error and have done this right-GPSPhone mount on handlebars-Carbon Fiber Frame Sliders-Plasti-Dip and Carbon fiber vinyl tank protector-HID Headlight conversion-Hyper White LED accent lights around headlights-Blue LEDs shine on both sides of engine and both wheels-Red LED strips under both sides of tail connected to brake switch-Integrated Tailight and flushmount front blinkers (those pods look awful)-Fender Eliminator and license plate integrated taillight-Dual USB charging ports-Cigarette lighter port (ehhemm for radar detector)-Digital Voltage Gauge-ECU has been flashed by www.ivansperformanceproducts.com ($500)-Removed stock exhaust and pesky EXUP valve which gets stuck and costs a lot to maintain, replaced with High Mount Exhaust (no Baffle)-AIS blockoff (prevents popping and backfires when increasing airflow)-Gen 2 FZ1 high-flow airbox mod (remove some plastic from the airbox and get racing bmc filter)-Paid Ivans Fz1 shop for a power commander with a fuel map designed for a gen2 Fz1 with no baffle no exup exhaust, airbox mod, and ECU flash-Gen 2 FZ1 Fuel Line Mod- stock fuel line notoriously crimped, replaced with Hi pressure steel braided nylon*Some OEM wires on all bikes will become brittle after the years, and have been replaced with marine

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