For sale CA: 2018 Zero FX 7.2, $7500

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  1. Mike Cherry

    Mike Cherry Adventurer

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    2018 FX 7.2 kWh with just shy of 2200 miles. Has been the perfect bike to commute on and take camping for those quiet trail rides.

    Add-ons
    - zero aftermarket frame guards and luggage rack
    - cycra hand guards
    - hh sintered rear brake-pads for better off-road response

    Recent Maintenance (pretty much the only maintenance I’ve done in a year of ownership):
    - front and rear brake system bleed (Feb 20)
    - onboard charger replaced (Feb 20) by triumph San Diego. Done under warranty as previous charger would stop charging at 94%.

    Bike is located in San Diego, CA.

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  2. Mattbastard

    Mattbastard Lazy ass

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    What kinda range do you get on a "tank"?
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  3. Glenn247

    Glenn247 Long timer Supporter

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    Are those lower engine guards stock?
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  4. Glenn247

    Glenn247 Long timer Supporter

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    Is there a windscreen available OEM or aftermarket?
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  5. Mike Cherry

    Mike Cherry Adventurer

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    With mixed riding (9 miles to work: 5 miles hwy and 4 miles surface street commute) i get about 65-70 miles. So I charge it in my wall every 3rd night. Usually takes about 6 hrs to recharge from my 110 wall outlet. It's ideal if your work schedule is predictable.

    I haven't ventured really past that on my trail rides as most camp trips I barely get through 50% charge with a weekend of following my 5 year on his xr50.

    Hope that kind of gives you an idea of the range I saw.
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  6. Mike Cherry

    Mike Cherry Adventurer

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    It's a zero aftermarket part. Not stock but made by zero.
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  7. Mike Cherry

    Mike Cherry Adventurer

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    No OEM option of windscreen available from the Zero catalog. I could imagine an aftermarket screen would work (ie a slipstream brand bolt-on).
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  8. overlander

    overlander Gravel Travel Tours Supporter

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    Is there an extended range "tank" for this one? I know they have them for some models. This thing really intrigues me. Wish you werent so far away and this distancing thing wasn't interfering
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  9. Mike Cherry

    Mike Cherry Adventurer

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    No extension tank for this model. They do have a quick charger option but it’s external to this bike model.
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