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Yamaha R1 R1 15 16 Engine Motor Perfect Off A 2016 Guranteed on 2040-parts.com

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Hollywood, Florida, United States

Hollywood, Florida, United States
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Brand:R1 FITS 2015 2016 Manufacturer Part Number:R1

YAMAHA R1 15 16 ENGINE MOTOR PERFECT CONDITION

ENGINE WAS REMOVED AT 200 MILES FROM A 2016 R1
 IT IS IN MINT CONDITION  
THIS IS FOR A COMPLETE MOTOR
ANY QUESTIONS FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME 


This engine is in good mechanical condition, guaranteed to be fully operational. The motor runs strong and shifts through all gears smoothly. Free shipping is only for a confirmed business address or Costumer pick up at Freight Terminal. All Residential shipping cost is 75.00 Extra.

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