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Posts by tag: Japanese

Yamaha June 16, 2009 posted by

1985 Yamaha RD500

Located in La Palma, California is a 1985 Yamaha RD500LC that only need some minor work to be complete.  This two owner RD500 shows only 3916km (2433mi) and only has 400mi since a "...frame off mechanical restoration."  Supposedly the bike has mechanically been completely gone through and only need some minor cosmetic touches to complete it.

Cylinders were honed and ports chamfered. New oem rings, wrist pins and clips installed. Every seal, gasket and o-ring was replaced along with oil injector lines. Brakes were completely rebuilt including master cylinders, calipers (fitted with EBC HH pads) and rotors resurfaced. All wheel bearings were replaced with new sealed bearings

This RD500 needs some cosmetic replacement parts, most importantly the exhaust and fairings, to become a very nice, low mileage bike.  The bike is titled and registered in California. Seller is also a usa2strokers.com forum member so contact him through that site or through the eBay ad here.

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AG

Honda June 11, 2009 posted by

1995 Honda RVF400R NC35

On a tip from Victor, we have a 1995 Honda RVF400 NC35 located in San Diego, California.  This is a California titled and registered example with some cosmetic damage but nothing that would prevent it from being ridden proudly.  If you saw the recently restored example from Florida recently advertised at $9k, this California registered example looks quite good at a reasonable asking price of $6500.  See the Craigslist ad here.

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AG

Honda June 11, 2009 posted by

1992 Honda NSR250 MC21

To mark our 100th post, we have available in Cumming, Georgia a very nice example of a 1992 Honda NSR250SP MC21, Rothman's Edition.  This bike has recently (two-hundred miles ago) been gone through with, as the seller states, "New Crank, Seals, Pistons, Rings and all necessary gaskets. Carbs were cleaned and jetted properly."  The seller also states about the bikes originality as: "90% original except: Aftermarket exhaust chambers and tips, HRC reed stuffers, Carbon fiber reeds, HRC Delimiter." and in regards to overall condition, a "...9.5 out of 10."  The one fly in the ointment as always for these bikes is the title, and this one suffers from only having a bill-of-sale.  Selling with only a bill-of-sale, this bike needs someone who, doesn't care, or can get it titled and registered.  In pristine condition it sounds like a great deal at the asking price of $7000, but obviously at that price I'd like to get a title too.  See the Craigslist ad here.

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AG

Honda June 11, 2009 posted by

1994 Honda RS125

Now if you saw our last post for a pristine RS125, but wanted something you could seriously ride for track days or race, we have a perfect example in Alpharetta, Georgia.  This Honda RS125 is the perfect example of a serious race bike: not the prettiest thing, but gets the job done.  A RS125 would be a blast on the track and this example would be a perfect way to get there with a little work.  See the eBay ad here.

EDIT: Sold for $2,600.00 on 06/14/2009.

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AG

Yamaha June 11, 2009 posted by

1989 Yamaha RZ350

For you lucky northern residents we have a Canadian market 1989 Yamaha RZ350 located in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.  The seller claims that this bike has an unbelievable (it doesn't look like it in the pictures) 29,000km (16k mi).  Shown in an excellent looking blue and yellow paint scheme, this bike looks showroom new--either it is, or the seller is good with a camera.  There are some evident scratches around the triple-clamp, but for being twenty years old, this bike looks almost perfect.  If I were a Canadian resident I would seriously consider this fine looking example.  See the eBay ad here.

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AG

Yamaha May 14, 2009 posted by

1988 Yamaha FZR 750 R $3750

Located in Carmel, California is a seemingly very rare and very original Yamaha FZR750R. The seller claims that only 200 were brought into the U.S. from 1987-88 (I believe they were imported until 89, the last year being the OWO1). The bike only has 5,400 original miles; however, it does have race history. Does race history make a difference on a homologation special? For this particular bike, at this price, I would think not.

1988 Yamaha FZR750R on San Francisco Craigslist:
1988 Yamaha FZR750R

The FZR-R comes with (Factory?) Yamaha race parts (13,000 rpm black box, crankshaft,springs, fork springs, etc), original plastics, an Airtech set manuals/Microfische, period articles, spare rim, stand and more.

Ask yourself, would you rather have a six year old CBR F4i, or a race-bred homologation special? I know which one I'd have to choose.

AG

For more information about the FZR750R visit:
FZR750R OW01 Information at Motorbase
1987 Yamaha FZR750R Road Test Review