SOLD Yamaha FZ6 2008 600CC SOLD Mint 96K In Extras

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Buy & Sell - S.E. Asia' started by nakedAIR1300, Sep 25, 2014.

  1. nakedAIR1300

    nakedAIR1300 Active Member

    Yamaha FZ6 2008 600CC For Sale in Mint Condition and 96K in extras for comfortable touring

    34,000 highway Km (not riden in Bangkok so no stop start riding).

    1 owner and 100% legit green book purchased in Thailand from Yamaha dealer new

    Original purchase price 495,000 baht

    93,200 baht paid in extras for comfortable touring gear.

    Brand new Pirelli Diablo Rosso tires (13,5000 new)

    Twin Akrapovic SP Series Exhaust (27,000 baht new)

    K & N Air Filter (3,700 new)

    New Givi Touring Screen (5,500 and brand new)

    Rear Givi Topbox Rack (6,000 baht new)

    Givi V46 Touring Topbox 46 litre box (24,000 baht new - i dropped it so has a scratch on it)

    Givi side pannier rack (10,000 bah and still in the packet...ive never used them)

    Givi pillion back rest pad (2,500 baht new)

    Frame sliders (3,500 baht new and not a scratch on them)

    I just put brand new brakes on front and back also. Progrip tank protector. Bike has a very comfortable banana seat for those long rides and is very well suited to Thailands roads. I has done over 1,000km days on it and very comfortable.

    Purchased January 2009 at Yamaha dealer Bangkok and ONLY serviced by Yamaha Big Bike Bangkok Shop who are Japanese trained mechanics. Serviced EVERY 5,000km. Bike has been stored on my front porch whilst not in use under a soft bike cover away from sun and rain, its in excellent condition and the bike doesnt have a scratch on it. The engine is in top condition and runs very smooth and no mechanical problems at all.

    Reason for selling - dirt bikes are my flavour of the month!

    199K thai baht. Quick sale.
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  3. Franz

    Franz Ol'Timer

    Let's fix date as discussed over the phone next WED in BKK......................cheers, Franz
  4. TonyBKK

    TonyBKK Ol'Timer

    Great to see you today Franz and congrats on your new bike!!! :mrgreen:
  5. Franz

    Franz Ol'Timer

    Thanks Tony !! I hope you have a 'comfortable flight' today (if there's anything like this on long-haul) and a good time in the States with your big boy !!

    Thanks also to Trent, everything went smooth to CNX, was a little stuck in traffic in BKK as to be expected on Asoke, Ratchada and Payhon Yothin Roads but nothing serious, did also listen to your advice about the BiB on Vibhavadi Rd. but they didn't try at all...............55555, maybe I was to quick for them and it also was soooooooooo hot yesterday so not many on road duty. In the end made it out of BKK at around 14:00 and was back home (with some stops) in CNX at around 20:00.
    At the beginning took it a little slow to get the feeling for this screamer but after Nakwan it was already itching in the right hand................55555
    So will get everything done until latest this Tuesday as agreed so both of us are happy with this deal.
    Today was washing and fitting and whatever to do on them all day for 3 biggies, 3 small scooters and the car, so you can imagine I am totally knackered. Now 3 more bottles of Singha or Leo beer and I'm longing for a shower and the horizontal relieve from yesterdays and todays efforts. This week will start to look for a buyer for the Tmax 500 and then once the oversized, high-compression piston is in the DR also get this bike onto the market as with the fizzer I will be happy for some time me thinks !!
    B.rgds, FR
  6. KenYam

    KenYam Ol'Timer

    Congratulations on your new purchase Franz, I think perfect size and power for Thailand. Sounds as if you are back!
  7. feejer

    feejer Ol'Timer

    Congrats on the new bike, looks well setup and maintained. I recently rode a stock FZ6 and was well pleased with the power and torque curve for a 600cc mill. A far cry from my '09 FZ1 out of the box. That thing was crap in stock form, took some time/money to finally get it right.
  8. Franz

    Franz Ol'Timer

    Thanks guys ! Yes Ken, it seems the perfect bike for up North. Feeling much better and back in the saddle again......:D
    Feejer, I had both the FZ6 and FZ1 from Yamaha to test years ago when the torque-monster (FJR) was at service.
    I did also like the FZ1 but it didn't feel that 'complete' as the 600 version. Final decision was easy because of the weight and nimbleness for the twisties where the FZ6 has the advantage, also does it seem slimmer so also good for filtering through traffic. If one can accept that you must have her in the higher revvs she does pretty well for a 600 cc bike and this one has Akra exhausts and KN filters so you can already feel her revving easier all the way to the redline.
    And of course Trent did care for her very very well !!! She doesn't have a scratch. Obviously FZ6 owners love their screamers as hardly any on sale whereas the FZ1 one can find on the market sometimes.
  9. Franz

    Franz Ol'Timer

    Just took both the FZ6 and the Tmax for a spin around town today and decided on the spot that these 2 bikes are a pair made in heaven for me to use, so gave the Nouvo135 immediately to my partner as one too many bikes. Just will need to fit the high-compression, oversized, forged piston onto the DR650 and then run her in and finally sell her. Tmax and Fizzer are perfect for me right now and I think that won't change so quickly again. Cheers, Franz
  10. feejer

    feejer Ol'Timer

    I feel the same about the FZ1 and DR650, good pair to have. After 6 months, I miss the FJR though. Have to go pick her up at Mom's in a few weeks. Looking forward to the ride down coast Hwy 1 again :)
  11. feejer

    feejer Ol'Timer

    Incomplete is the proper word for sure. I bought it as an unsold, still in crate 2009 holdover without riding one prior. Couldn't believe Yamaha would release such a bike. Nowhere near literbike low end, jerky/delayed on/off throttle in the corners, very noticeable torque dip in the midrange etc etc. That 5 valve R1 motor did not like being detuned and noise/EC restricted at all. Yamaha tried for years to tune all of it out with FI map tweaks, but it was futile. Glad the aftermarket sorted it all out or I would have ditched it long ago.

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