1988 Yamaha FZR250 (4 cylinder 250)

Discussion in 'Bikes for Sale' started by Heisenberg, Oct 19, 2021.

  1. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg Well-Known Member

    Price: $4900
    Location: Wakefield, MA
    Titled as a 1986 but its a 1988

    Up for sale is a 1988 FZR250 VIN #2KR-210615. Clean & Clear title. Currently has 15,651 miles (25,188 KM) but that might climb slightly as I take it out a few times a week.

    This bike is in great mechanical condition and not in need of any repairs. It starts right up and runs fantastic. Redlines at 17,000 RPM and makes 45 horsepower.

    Carb Clean
    New Fuel Pump
    New Oil
    New Battery


    Quote from Motorcycle magazine

    "The mere thought of initiating a turn on the FZR250 accomplishes the task, and the Yamaha’s scalpel-precise steering allows you to aim for any inch of tarmac in the turns. As you’d expect with the slightly longer stroke, the FZR starts its serious forward progress at the 13,000 mark, and signs off at 15,500 rpm, well short of its 17,000-rpm redline."


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  2. BlueR32

    BlueR32 Well-Known Member

    There was one on eBay couple months back. Looks similar. Same one?
     
  3. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg Well-Known Member

    Yes sir
     
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  8. parillaguy

    parillaguy vintage+GP racer

    why hasn't this sold yet???
     
  9. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg Well-Known Member


    No idea. This bike is one of a kind fun.
     
  10. BlueR32

    BlueR32 Well-Known Member

  11. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg Well-Known Member

  12. Surffly

    Surffly Active Member

    I think the Iconic listing is holding it back.
    They are known for getting all the money and then some.
     
  13. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg Well-Known Member

    SOLD. Going to a good home.
     
  14. Raceless man

    Raceless man Well-Known Member

    Mixed emotions on that one I'm sure. Peace
     
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