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WTS > Yamaha Super Tenere XT1200Z


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Hello interested buyer!

 

Thank you for taking the time out to look at what i have to offer. I am looking for a new owner (not urgent!) who can take care of my Super Tenere as well as, or even better than, I do. I have been riding this bike for the past 4 yrs 10 months and I am pleased at its overall capability. I am the second owner. I am selling because I want to try a Sports-Tourer, maybe the Honda ST1300 or Yamaha FJR 1300.

 

This is an adventure-touring bike for seasoned, or aspiring riders, who yearn for a bike with off-road capabilities yet fully furnished with touring essentials. However, I have never rode it off-road or on race track but it has brought me to many places, like Krabi and Hatyai in Thailand for Songkran, Genting, Fraser's Hill, Malacca, Desaru and Sungai Lembing in Malaysia.

 

As it is my first Class 2 bike, I am very religious in maintaining it in good working condition. This bike is very reliable and has never given me any problems at all. Its Fuel Economy on average is approximately 20km/L at 90km/h. A Super Tenere's full tank is 23 litres inclusive of 4 liters reserve (Total range is about 320+km before reserve and 400+km till flat.

 

Outlook: 8/10

-Hairline scratches on fuel tank, unnoticeable unless looked at closely

-Scratches on crash bar due to stationary drops

 

Engine: 9/10 (Religiously maintained, view to believe)

 

Maintenance:

Bike waxed and washed every 2 weeks when I refuel in Malaysia

Always under shelter or bike cover if parked out in the sun

I refuel every weekend in Malaysia using Shell V-Power

Tyres pumped every time when I refuel, approximately once a week (Front 33 PSI and Rear 39 PSI)

Engine Oil, Oil Filter changed every 5,000km

Spark Plug, Gear Oil, Air Filter changed every 10,000km

I've kept all my servicing receipts

 

Accessories:

-Tall wind shield (will give stock Yamaha wind shield too)

-Remus exhaust (Official LTA Cert will be given)

-Bigger foot for side stand

-Stock brake and clutch lever

-Ohlins rear suspension

-Washable KNN air filter

-Wire Mesh head light protector

-Hepco and Becker universal top box rack (will give stock Yamaha rack too)

-Hepco and Becker 55L Junior Top Box (might be keeping the box

-Touratech Zega Pro Side Panniers

-2 x Hella Black Twin Tone

-Hepco and Becker crash bars

-Motorcycle alarm with remote control

 

To be given:

-Spare front rim

-Stock Wind Shield

-Stock Top Box Rack

-A few spare wheel spokes

-Stock Tool Kit

-Bike Manual

-4 x used (but still usable) spark plugs, for spares during road trips

 

Usage:

To and from work

Occasional road trips to Malaysia and two trips to Thailand so far.

 

Some Technical Details below:

 

Year of Manufacture: 2011

Original Registration Date: 11 Nov 2011

Effective Date of Ownership: 06 Jun 2014

Transmission Type: Manual

Engine Capacity (cc): 1199cc

Bike Category: Adventure Tourer

Bike Make: Yamaha

Bike Model: Super Tenere XT1200Z

Mileage (km): 165,000+km

Bike Colour: White

Owners: 2 (I am the second owner)

 

Price:

$10,000 (Negotiable, prefer cash in full, please source for your own financing)

 

For any requests of further details please don't hesitate to comment or contact me via SMS or Whatsapp at 8102 7610.

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