2001 YAMAHA FZS 600 BLACK (NO RESERVE)
Full MOT. Expires 28th August 2016 so nearly 13months (passed with flying colours, no advisories).65,000 Miles, but starts on the button every time with no choke. Has consistently given me 50-60 MPG in ALL conditions.17 / 46 Gearing for smoother cruising and better fuel economy. (Still pulls like a TRAIN!)K & N Air filter.Carbon Fibre effect vinyl wrapped bodywork (looks VERY cool in the sun!).Carbon Effect Rear Hugger.Renntech Engine Bars.Renthal 756 Handlebars.Heated Grips.Dark tint, Tall Touring Screen (Ermax, I think).FZ1 Mirrors (you can ACTUALLY see behind you!)Givi Luggage rack (with the original Renntech rack if wanted).Fork Mounted Spotlight (with Osram Nightbreakers)Custom Seat with textured fabric. Great for stopping you sliding around.Under seat Power point with 2x USB sockets.Original Yamaha End Can in Immaculate condition.Since buying her in Sept '14 she's had a full service at a Yamaha main dealer (Alf England nr Coventry in March - £545.41 including new tyres, rear wheel wheel bearings, plugs etc, new clutch lever and rear brake pads). I've cleaned the front calipers thinking I'd replace the pads at the same time (Ferodo HH sintered) but they had most of their life left so the 4 EBC pads I'd bought will come with the bike ready for whenever they need changing. Rode her out to Budapest at Easter via Bruge, Dusseldorf, Vienna and Bratislava and Ghent on the way back. I'd happily ride her somewhere foreign again at a moment's notice. It's a bike that's well-known on one of the Fazer forums with a nice build thread and lots of time and attention spent on her, new fork seals and oil as well as new chain and sprockets etc.Wish I could have been as hands-on as the previous owner but didn't have the time but a Yamaha main-dealer seemed the next best thing. Can't think what else - I'm bound to have missed something so just ask. I need room in the garage for her replacement (a Fazer 1000) hence the no reserve auction. It's on sale elsewhere so may disappear if I get a buyer. Usual caveats - test rides welcome as long as I've got cash in my hand.