2015 Yamaha FJ09 - $6,500 (Albany)

2015 Yamaha FJ09 1 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 2 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 3 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 4 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 5 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 6 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 7 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 8 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 9 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 10 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 11 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 12 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 13 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 14 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 15 thumbnail2015 Yamaha FJ09 16 thumbnail
motor: gas
odometer: 29200
title status: clean
transmission: manual
For sale is a great example of a 2016 Yamaha FJ09

This bike has been a dream bike for me, but unfortunately life needs are changing. This bike provides the fun of an FZ09 Naked triple cylinder bike, with the touring/functionality of the much bigger/bulkier FJR 1300. I've owned both of those bikes, and this one truly combines the best of both worlds.

Bike has following addons/pluses
- Built in factory heated grips
- Factory 12v Socket upfront
- Michelin Pilot Road GT Tires with LOADS of life left on them. Some of the best touring tires out there.
- Custom tail tidy using factory parts
- Blacked out windscreen
- Under windscreen bar mount for phones/GPS's (Ram mount not included)
- Bark buster hand guards
- Lithium Restart battery for extra cranking power, and a neat little reserve feature that keeps you from completely killing the battery if you leave the bike on. Simply hit the reserve/restart button if the battery seems like it is dead, and the battery has enough reserve to start again!
- Full Scorpion exhaust system
- Valve lash adjusted within last 500 miles as well as Timing chain AND chain tensioner replaced as preventative maintenance.
- Modern FZ09 slipper clutch upgrade
- FTECU Active Tune / Datalink ECU flashing on bike harness (Bike has custom tune for exhaust system, plus upgraded O2 sensor so it can learn and adjust itself as it runs)
- Factory side panniers
- Givi monkey easily removeable top case/rack
- X Ring Chain
- Frame sliders


Items of note
- Panniers are scratched. This is not from riding or being downed. Previous owner had them in the back of a Uhaul when moving and something scratched up agaisn't them.
- Shifter side fairing has one scratch from item falling on it when it was off the bike for maintenance
- Yamaha tank pad is faded

Please feel free to reach out with any questions.

post id: 7744215687


best of [?]