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XJ 650 military bobber - sale

Discussion in 'For Sale, Trade/Swap, Wanted' started by Aleksandar Martinovic, Apr 13, 2015.

  1. Aleksandar Martinovic

    Aleksandar Martinovic New Member

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    Yamaha XJ 650, processed in the military bobber. The unit is fully taken care of, piston rings Replaced set, set, engine gasket, gaskets valve, oil, oil filter, air filter, oil in the transmission shaft. I own the accounts of all the replacement parts. It is Possible to check each. The tires were great, the engine runs great and looks fantastic. Completed the technical inspection and the engine is registered.
    Very nice and tidy motorcycle.
    Price 3000 USD. 20150411_152343.jpg

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  2. Beekman

    Beekman XJ Grasshopper

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    That's an awesome build
     
  3. chacal

    chacal Moderator Moderator Supporting Vendor Premium Member

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    Very interesting.
     
  4. FtUp

    FtUp Well-Known Member

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    really clean! glad to see you retained the stock air box and exhaust. you will likely have better luck advertising it locally though.

    FU
     
  5. hogfiddles

    hogfiddles XJ-Wizard, Host-Central NY Carb Clinic Moderator Premium Member

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    For people over here, you may not quite realize what that is-- that is what we know as the XJ650rj Seca (non-turbo)

    We differentiated between the 650 maxim (most common here) and the Seca. For us, the 650 Seca was rare. For the UK, (as I understand it) the standard XJ650 WAS what we called the Seca.

    Just thought you'd be interested, in case you were wondering why it has such a big headlight, the 'different' mufflers, the non-yics head, the different front fender, etc....

    dave
     

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