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Yamaha Diversion 900


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Yamaha Diversion XJ900S-Fast Sale

Hi all lettin go my beloved D9 (TP lookalike) wif renewed COE till 31 Dec 2022.Price $14k.Buyer bear cost of transfer.

 

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Great looking Diversion

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How is things, going on, I'm after a long break. I know most of the old birds are no longer in this forum had either left or sell off their bike to younger potential riders.

DIvErTeD SpiRit...

 

ThE SpIrIt StIlL LiVeS On "Diversion XJ9s"

 

safe riding yOu BuGgErs

 

... SiLvErGhOsT...

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Hi guys,

 

Nice rides.

 

I am riding a Vmax and would like to know if any of you scraping your bike or know anywhere I can get a 2nd hand rear rims of a diversion 900?

 

I am planing to do a conversion on my rear wheels for my vmax.

 

Thank you,

EA

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Hi guys,

 

Nice rides.

 

I am riding a Vmax and would like to know if any of you scraping your bike or know anywhere I can get a 2nd hand rear rims of a diversion 900?

 

I am planing to do a conversion on my rear wheels for my vmax.

 

Thank you,

EA

 

hi bro,

maybe can consider FJR1300 rear rim? easy to get.

 

FJR1300---- 17xMT 5.50

XJ900S----- 17xMT 4.00

:)

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Hi does hlcorp have the brand new yamaha xj900p for sale? How much otr?

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How is things, going on, I'm after a long break. I know most of the old birds are no longer in this forum had either left or sell off their bike to younger potential riders.

 

Hello SilverGhost, been awhile. Trust that things are going fine with your family and yourself.

 

True most of the guys whom started with the Divvy has since moved on... Some has left, but I continue to stay in the riding scene albeit on a different ride from where we first met. Gone are the days of the '120 man' doing crazy 1000miler day marathons or the regular monthly forays up north in search for a new strip of tarmac to explore or corners to scrap the pegs.

 

Riding has become less for transport but more for leisure and VERY occasional tours if opportunity comes. This comes with the territory given the phase of life I'm in but I guess its only 'temporary'.

 

Frankly even as I have alternated over 6 different bike ownerships since, some turn out better in one area or another. Still I look back and say that the Divvy was the most enjoyable all rounder bike I've owned. Don't get me wrong, it not a perfect bike, in truth it was far from it. However it ticks all the boxes I'm looking for, with the least amount of compromise, i.e. most suitable for me as an individual to date.

 

On hindsight I had ended my ownership of it a little too prematurely. But a decision was made and life moves on. So will the current group of people, who are still as enthusiastic as what we were when we first started off. I would certainly say that if a brand new one can be purchased, I'd gladly do a 2nd purchase. Take that for loyalty. :thumb:

 

For those who knew me and who have kept my number, update it to 92723312.

 

Cheers to the bunch continuing on...

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