FS: 2006 Yamaha FZ1 - only 5,218 mi - $4999.00

FS: 2006 Yamaha FZ1 - only 5,218 mi - $4999.00 Image

FS: 2006 Yamaha FZ1 – JYARN17E76A001290-  only 5,218 mi – $4999.00

This particular Yamaha came to us from Yakima, it just wasn’t getting enough use the last few years so it was decided to let SUB find a new home.   We just ran this one through service for a good inspection and oil and filter service.  It runs as good as it looks!  There are a few upgrades, a Power Commander to improve fuel delivery,  frame sliders and an adjustable clutch lever.   We see no signs of damage, its had 2 owners so far.  These are just a fantastic all around motorcycle, plenty of power, easy riding stance, big tank and a center stand.   The second generation FZ1’s are a well equipped motorcycle that will easily take you anywhere you would like to go.

Here is some press on these;

Yamaha didn’t just change the FZ1’s appearance, however – this redesign went much deeper than that. Yamaha engineers started off with the 2006 R1 motor, and made a few changes with the objective of increasing the low-range performance compared to the R1, while producing more top-end power than the ’05 FZ1.  To accomplish this goal, they replaced the R1 camshafts with a newly-designed profile with slightly less valve lift, and added a redesigned crankshaft that has 33% more inertial mass than that of the R1.

The FZ1 now features an identical injection system to that found on the 06 R1 – meaning that 45mm throttle bodies replace the 37mm carbs found on the ’05 model. The new FZ1 exhales through a 4-2-1 exhaust system which features Yamaha’s EXUP valve as well as dual 3-way catalytic converters for compliance with strict Euro 3 emissions standards.  What does all this add up to? Yamaha claims that the ’06 FZ1 develops 148hp at 10,000 rpm, and 78.2 ft/lbs of torque at 8,000 rpm (both figures measured at the crank). This means that the new bike should produce the same torque as the ’05 model, but make 7hp more on the top end.  The FZ1 isn’t just packing an R1 motor – it uses the R1’s close-ratio six-speed gearbox as well. The only change is that 5th and 6th gear are slightly taller than on the R1 for a more relaxed character at freeway speeds.

Credits cards accepted, up to $150 documentation fee may be charged
Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
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FS: 2006 Yamaha FZ1 - only 5,218 mi - $4999.00

FS: 2006 Yamaha FZ1 - only 5,218 mi - $4999.00 Image

FS: 2006 Yamaha FZ1 – JYARN17E76A001290-  only 5,218 mi – $4999.00

This particular Yamaha came to us from Yakima, it just wasn’t getting enough use the last few years so it was decided to let SUB find a new home.   We just ran this one through service for a good inspection and oil and filter service.  It runs as good as it looks!  There are a few upgrades, a Power Commander to improve fuel delivery,  frame sliders and an adjustable clutch lever.   We see no signs of damage, its had 2 owners so far.  These are just a fantastic all around motorcycle, plenty of power, easy riding stance, big tank and a center stand.   The second generation FZ1’s are a well equipped motorcycle that will easily take you anywhere you would like to go.

Here is some press on these;

Yamaha didn’t just change the FZ1’s appearance, however – this redesign went much deeper than that. Yamaha engineers started off with the 2006 R1 motor, and made a few changes with the objective of increasing the low-range performance compared to the R1, while producing more top-end power than the ’05 FZ1.  To accomplish this goal, they replaced the R1 camshafts with a newly-designed profile with slightly less valve lift, and added a redesigned crankshaft that has 33% more inertial mass than that of the R1.

The FZ1 now features an identical injection system to that found on the 06 R1 – meaning that 45mm throttle bodies replace the 37mm carbs found on the ’05 model. The new FZ1 exhales through a 4-2-1 exhaust system which features Yamaha’s EXUP valve as well as dual 3-way catalytic converters for compliance with strict Euro 3 emissions standards.  What does all this add up to? Yamaha claims that the ’06 FZ1 develops 148hp at 10,000 rpm, and 78.2 ft/lbs of torque at 8,000 rpm (both figures measured at the crank). This means that the new bike should produce the same torque as the ’05 model, but make 7hp more on the top end.  The FZ1 isn’t just packing an R1 motor – it uses the R1’s close-ratio six-speed gearbox as well. The only change is that 5th and 6th gear are slightly taller than on the R1 for a more relaxed character at freeway speeds.

Credits cards accepted, up to $150 documentation fee may be charged
Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
Closed Sun/Mon Find us on Facebook and the Web

#seattle #seattlesmallbusiness #Cycletrader #ebay #pnwmoto #pnwriders #backfiremoto #rainierravens #thewickmoto #fuseboxriders #honda #suzuki #yamaha #kawasaki #welovewhatwedo #wesellcoolmotorcycles #300ninja, Yamaha, r1, zx, Kawasaki, ninja, classic, Sportbike, CBR, Suzuki,  KTM, Ducati, Honda, nakedbike, Ninja, streetfighter, 1979,1980,1981,82,83,84,95,96,97,88,89 1990, 1991,92,93,94,95,96,97,98,99,2000, 01,02,03,04,05,06,07, 08, 09. 2010, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18