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    2007 Yamaha R6 stunt bike

    I know this is by and far the wrong crowd, but figured i'd give it a try. Collects dust in my garage. Solid build, for sale, cash or crypto, or will consider trades (enclosed trailers yes please?)

    2007 Yamaha r6s, with r6r bodywork ('13)
    All c4 stunt parts
    fulls teel subframe with round 12 o'clock bar
    c4 subcage with foot pegs up and back from stock
    aluminum c4 stunt stay
    vortex clip ons
    driven 54t rear sprocket (520 chain)
    custom tail saver
    05 upper and lower triples with 06 r6r forks
    NDC duel caliber bracket with brembo rear handbrake
    all steel braided lines
    bowl style dented gas tank
    HIDD headlights
    Woodcraft rearsets

    Newer motor, newer pilot powers

    https://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/mc...695916341.html

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    Had a question - sorry, the bike isn't for me. Did you have to buy a longer throttle cable to accommodate the handlebars being so high? If so, where did you get this from?

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    Honestly that's one of the best conditioned stunt bikes I've seen in a while. GLWS!!!

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    Thanks - price drop 5k obo, will look at trades, cash, crypto, trailers

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    Price drop, 4700

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rab McNaught View Post
    Had a question - sorry, the bike isn't for me. Did you have to buy a longer throttle cable to accommodate the handlebars being so high? If so, where did you get this from?
    hey Rab, have you considered Motion Pro. they make custom cables. give them a call and tell them what you need and they will work with you on making it happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Lisle View Post
    hey Rab, have you considered Motion Pro. they make custom cables. give them a call and tell them what you need and they will work with you on making it happen.
    I have heard they can make longer cables, just never looked into it with much effort. Something I might look at this year as the handlebars are as high as I can make them on my R6.

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    Try Bates #2 in Carrollton. They repair cables I know for sure.
    New cables I'm not sure of.
    972- 620-0929

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    I just talked to Bates, and they said they do make custom cables.

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