2007 Yamaha FJR1300A ABS Nice well maintained Yamaha FJR1300 ABS Sports-Tourer with side and top bags, adult owner. Red (OEM COLOR listed as Black Cherry). It runs strong with two wind screens, adjustable lowering link (and factory links), and Givi top case. Some scuffs and marks. Some maintenance records included. Great bike for local or long distance. Too many bikes in the garage, although I hate to see this one go, it is a really nice short or long distance rider. No outstanding recalls. Clean and clear Arizona title. Call or email only (no text), cash only no trades, asking $5,100.00, 623-six nine four-4901, george (at) tactrain.net, or PM. The Good Stuff Equipment and Farkles - VIN: JYARP15E47A002539 - Color: Black Cherry - Mileage: 28,645 - Tires, Front and Rear: Michelin Radial Pilot Road 3 (estimated about 3,000 miles) - Helibar 3 position riser (up and back) - Ram Mount Ball - Optional PowerLet outlet next to dash box - Optional (X2) PowerLet outlets next to seat key lock - MCL Highway Pegs - OES Sliders - Corbin rider and passenger seats - Delkevic 18" Oval Exhaust w/removable insert baffles (baffles included, not shown in photo) - VStream high windscreen, and OEM windscreen (OEM windscreen in photo) - Givi SR357 top case rack (much stronger than OEM) - Givi (2 helmet) Monokey Maxia 3 top case - Soupy adjustable lowering links (set for 5/8" lower) (OEM links included) - Soupy adjustable side stand (OEM side stand included) - Soupy side stand puck (supports side stand in dirt) - Guardian cover Maintenance Since February 2017 - Valve check (all within factory spec) - Yamaha Air Filter - Clutch Inspection OK - Triple tree lowered 1/2" to match lowering links - Replaced Thermostat Assembly, radiator cap, anti-freeze - Coolant System and Pressure Check OK - Throttle Body Sync (TBS) - CO sensors set - TPS set and checked - NGK spark plugs (4) - BikeMaster Platinum II AGM battery. Maintenance by previous owner (February 2017) - 50/50 Semi-Synthetic Oil (K&N filter) at 26193 miles - Differential oil replaced 26193 miles The Bad Stuff Scratch on lower fairing at bottom just ahead of foot brake, due to a 5 mph lay-over (scratched against curb). A palm size scuff mark on top left rear of tank from the bike cover during a high wind storm.