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Posts by tag: FZR 600

Sport Bikes For Sale October 18, 2017 posted by

Garish but Good: 1992 Yamaha FZR600 Vance and Hines

The 1992 Yamaha FZR600 Vance and Hines was little more than a garish factory-applied graphics package to celebrate the two manufacturers' AMA Supersport partnership. We've covered a few of these things over the years, and I might be the only person on the RSBFS team who legitimately digs heinous '90s graphics packages.

1992 Yamaha FZR600 Vance and Hines for sale on eBay

There is something so appropriately in-your-face about two heinously bright colors jammed together on a machine that was never designed to make you the Kiwanis Club's favorite Eagle Scout. If you're gonna be antisocial, you might as well be ugly and hard to miss.

This bike is number 331 out of 600 such machines made, and carries the de rigueur Vance and Hines exhaust system, along with the fairly rare Powerpak CDI box. The seller makes no mention of the CDI, or whether the bike has been jetted to accommodate the mods. If it has, it will positively scream. (Side note: I owned a standard '90 FZR with this exhaust setup. Absolutely the loudest machine I have ever owned or ridden. Period.)

Vance and Hines 331 is in good shape, but has a scratched engine cases and needs its choke lever bolted back on. The seller lists a bunch of recent easy maintenance, so it should be a pretty reliable ride, even with the imperfections.

From the eBay listing:

So I have been debating selling this for a while now. It just sits and is extra insurance costs. It is a 1992 Vance & Hines one of only 600 ever made. These are getting more and more rare all the time but because of the color maybe not as popular. Personally I think this screams early 90s and I love how it stands out. This is an excellent running machine and could be driven daily easily. This summer I have changed the oil, spark plugs, brake pads, brake fluid and radiator fluid. The carburetors have been run through recently cleaned and synchronized as well. The bike made 87 hp at the rear wheel which is unheard of for the year. It's quite a great running bike. I have been paying way too much for insurance though as I love bikes too much. I have so many that this is just one I don't use. The bad, well it has scratches on both sides of the engine not the plastic and the front fairing has cracks in it. Also the choke is not bolted on and it has a fan switch. So nothing major for a bike this old. When changing the spark plugs I checked everywhere and the engine is clean, spotless no leaks anywhere.

I have extra bar ends, the actual plastic that goes under seat, extra rear lights, the book and of course you can't have this without the poster. 😉 I also have a video of this running on youtube I can share from last year.

The auction has seen little activity yet, and the starting bid is low enough to make this a great entry point into a bike that might not have the provenance of some of its peers, but will always be desirable to the right person.

Garish but Good: 1992 Yamaha FZR600 Vance and Hines
Aprilia June 27, 2012 posted by

End of Month Mailbag

Good morning guys! Here are your latest submissions for this Tuesday. (Facebook readers: click through to see all the bikes!) Enjoy the rest of your week,

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Motion SBK for sale

Let's get things started properly with this Motion SBK Ducati 1198 built by Brad Miller. Thanks for the forward Jason!

rz350 for sale in Canada

Tom sends us this Yamaha RZ350 for sale in Canada. At $3500 this could be the deal of the day.

Greg spotted this sharp FZR400 for sale in Washington for $3500.

Bol d'Or for sale

Rob has emailed his Aprilia Bol d'Or which is for sale in the bay area. His listing on BARF states it has about 16k miles and the dealer selling his bike is asking $8995. Good luck with the sale!

Dan sent us this 1998 Ducati 748L for sale in Wisconsin for $4800. This is the Neiman Marcus edition. With just 14k miles this looks like a buy at that price!

suzuki gs700es for sale

We'll continue with this unusual 1985 Suzuki GS700ES "tariff" bike for sale in San Francisco. In 1984 the GSX750 was facing stiff import duties being over 700cc, and the GS700ES is essentially the same bike with 50cc less displacement. Good luck with the sale Robert!

Next up from Sandro in Portugal is this 1981 Honda CB900 F2 Bol d'Or. Two in one week is unusual?! His has 84k kilometers but looks restored from the pictures. Asking price is €3250.

From Tub we have this very unusual MV Agusta 50cc minibike. According to his listing the minibike was built by MV Agusta for Phil Read, who won the 500cc championship for them in 1973. Thanks for the forward!

Coby spotted this 1987 Ducati Paso that needs resurrecting. The ad states it's been sitting for 10 years but looks pretty decent in the photos. Under 10k miles for $2500 in Ohio.

Here's a 1997 Moto Guzzi Daytona RS for sale in Los Angeles with 10k miles for $11500.

FZR for sale

How about an FZR with 73 original miles? For sale in North Carolina for $3800. Thanks for the spot Oliver!

And finally, Chris sent us this sharp 1986 Honda VFR750 for sale in Texas at $2500.

Sport Bikes For Sale June 18, 2011 posted by

’93 Yamaha FZR 600- Original and Low Miles

Location: Minnetonka, Minnesota
Mileage: 4,985
Price: Auction, BIN $3,400

Here we have a clean, non-modified 1993 Yamaha FZR 600. And it's only racked up 4,985 miles to date. Many may say that a '93 FZR 600 is not be that rare of a bike. But one with low mileage and this clean does not come along every day. And just look at the paint. I love the colors and the graphics on this bike.

On to the spec sheet: Deltabox frame, 6-speed transmission, roughly 91bhp out of the DOHC 16 valve in-line four. Much of this is probably already known to most of you, but I wanted to include some info as not much is detailed by the seller. I also had the opportunity to ride of these back in the day and I can say it was a blast. Certainly times have changed and horsepower along with handling prowess has been cranked up over the years. But this bike was outstanding at the time (and this version is the last before Yamaha introduced the YZF 600R in '95).

More photos-

Here's the information posted by the seller:

1994 Yamaha FZR only 4,900 Miles - Mint Condition 

2 Owner bike - both owners were over 40 year old.

Regular maintenance schedule followed by both owners.

No performance upgrades, completely stock.

Recently upgraded tires and fluids changed.

Hate to sell the Yamaha, but I need a smaller bike that my son and I can ride.

You won't be disappointed

The only thing I noticed that doesn't appear stock is the blue windscreen. Otherwise this looks to be a clean low-mileage bike. Something that has become difficult to find these days. To me, the 90's was a golden era for sportbikes, and this would be a great example. And I think the BIN price is very reasonable for this kind of bike. If you agree, check out the auction!

-RN