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1998 Yamaha Vmax on ns1.2040-motos

US $5,000.00
YearYear:1998 MileageMileage:12000

York, South Carolina, US

York, South Carolina, US
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Yamaha V Max tech info

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Yamaha V Max description

If you want a Fast, Loud, and Head turning bike, this is the bike for you!

I bought the bike used last December. I'm only the Second Owner. The Bike was in immaculate condition when I bought it. I've only put 500 miles on it. She has been a garage queen. The bike currently has 12,000 Miles on it.

There are a ton of mods on the bike. I've personally completed all of the work myself.

Painted Flat Black
Decals added: Flying Tigers Theme
Small Fly Screen with USAF decal
LED turn signals
1" Rise from flat Handlebars
Oberon Bar End Mirrors
Kuryakyn Grips
New KOSO speedometer and KOSO tachometer with water temp
Carbs cleaned and re-built by an experienced VMax mechanic (Only thing I did not do myself)
Velocity Stacks: (for looks only)
UNI high flow air filter
DynoJet Stage 1 jet kit
UFO 4-2 Street Pro Exhaust
Tail Tidy license plate and brake light.
Sargent Rear Bag.
Solid State Lithium Battery.

Maintenance: 10W-30 Amsoil, new plugs, flushed Radiator and fresh coolant (Bike runs at 174 F), Fresh fluid in the brake and clutch, Both bled, and Rear gear oil changed.

Bike runs great and everything works.  I did another ride today.  77.5 miles until the Fuel Light came on.  The bike ran great with no problems.

Also, there is a toggle switch near the Tachometer. It's a real switch, but nothing is connected. It's for looks  The two LED's to the right of the Tach are inputs for low fuel and oil level.  Both work properly.

This if for Local Pick Up only.  I am willing to meet a buyer within 50 miles of my house in York, SC

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