2004 Yamaha R1, nicely modded, CLEAN, $5800


May 30, 2001
20k miles, 3rd owner since 2006 at 5k miles, meticulously maintained, always garaged.
New battery this year
Oil changed with Castrol X-tra 4T and K&N filter
Power port socket installed in pillion storage

Original Liquid Silver bodywork w/ Genuine Yamaha Solo Seat Cowl
Factory decal set replaced with custom made blue decals
Wheels powdercoated dormant blue metallic, bar ends powdercoated to match
Pro-Tek billet keyless gas cap
8k low beam HIDS, 3k high beam HIDs, amber LED corner lights
Integrated rear taillight, flush mount front signals
Targa Fender Eliminator (license plate bracket)
Satin black powdercoated rearsets, shift rod, and passenger pegs
Swingarm spools, anodized blue
Puig smoke windscreen

BT016 tires, installed 10/10 (<500 miles)
Alth front brake rotors, braided front brake lines, rear lightened rotor
520 chain EK MVXZ w/ rivet link, Vortex -1/+1 sprockets installed 8/10 (<750 miles)
Rear shock setup for 190lb rider (205 w/ gear)
Forks valved by GMD Computrack for 190lb rider
Pazzo short levers, black with gold adjusters
Cycle Cat billet upper triple clamp (powdercoated dormant blue metallic)
Sato frame sliders

BMC Race Filter
Smog Block offs, Gutted cat
Akropovic carbon slip-ons

Bike used to have a power commander and velocity stacks on it, was dynotuned at 160/78, but I didn't care about that stuff too much, and removed it. The bike makes good power, and is definitely not a bike for a novice to take lightly.

With the exception of some minor scratches (hardly noticeable), this bike is in great condition. The right lower has a mark near the YAMAMA decal from when I rolled the bike past a paint bucket on my garage floor. The left lower and frame slider have slight marks from the bike being dropped in a parking lot. This was not bad at all, and the marks are not noticeable unless you look for it. It was enough to piss me off when it happened though.

The bike is set up, ready to hit the mountains, track days, or just casual riding. I love this bike, but wanting to get a Hayabusa soley for better comfort. I thought about keeping this, but fiscally it doesn't make sense to. It's gonna be bittersweet if it sells.

$5800, please don't be stupid with offers.