Yamaha XT1200Z SUPER TENERE at SUPER PRICES

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  1. markjenn

    markjenn Long timer

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    If anyone gets a lead on what the Yamaha panniers are going to run cost-wise, please post. Because they're std. equip on the Euro-only "First Edition" bikes, I don't think we've seen a Yamaha published price yet for them.

    Although they probably are not as strong and well-built as the aftermarket panniers coming, I find there is often better integration with the bike with OEM accessories. Wasp's thread shows some very nice Trax boxes, but they sure look like they're wider to me.

    - Mark
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  2. lotecredneck

    lotecredneck Been here awhile

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    Sorry, but the bags are optional.............

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  3. lotecredneck

    lotecredneck Been here awhile

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    MB,
    Silver is not an option......:cry However, Crylon is cheap!:D The deposit is $500 by March 31st and I bet I can point out some good roads. May not all be dirt, but good ones anyway.

    Sure we will take trade in's.


    Tony
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  4. Bob Tosi

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    Ca laws SUCK! Is there anyway around this?
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  5. jdpower

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    MOVE :rofl

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  6. lotecredneck

    lotecredneck Been here awhile

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    Unfortunately there is no way around them requiring CARB certificates. I think if the bike has over 3500 miles then it can enter and be registered in California, but I am not 100% sure on that.

    Tony
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  7. Bob Tosi

    Bob Tosi Long timer

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    I know buy it in Texas and let my cousin ride it for the milage then bring it to California:ear OMG :lol3 So here it goes the rest of the US is going to get a killer bike and Cali sticks it to us again!
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  8. markjenn

    markjenn Long timer

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    I think it is 7500.

    http://www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/brochures/fast_facts/ffvr29.htm

    - Mark
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  9. monkeyfez

    monkeyfez Enabler....

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    yep. It's 7500.
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  10. lotecredneck

    lotecredneck Been here awhile

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  11. jdpower

    jdpower Been here awhile

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    Just go buy one in Texas/Mississippi/Alabama or wherever than do a 4 corners tour of the USA and then register the sucker in Kalifornistan. :evil :rofl

    JDP
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  12. lotecredneck

    lotecredneck Been here awhile

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  13. eakins

    eakins Butler Maps

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    don't waste yer $ on those.
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  14. Shane Stump

    Shane Stump Been here awhile

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    Tony,

    Thanks for taking my order!!!

    See ya in May!

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  15. Night Ryder

    Night Ryder Been here awhile

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    I put my deposit over the phone today for a Raven S10 from Yamaha Sportscenter in Longview Tx. Tony was great, and they were all easy to work with.

    Now I've got to get by riding the CBR until May...
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  16. Ridin'nFishin

    Ridin'nFishin Been here awhile Supporter

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    I just recently bought my first BMW (1996 R1100GS) and I love it.

    BUT, I really wanted to stay with a Japanese motorcycle, I just don't think you can beat them!

    I want to buy a S10.

    Is Yamaha going to give demo rides?
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  17. lotecredneck

    lotecredneck Been here awhile

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    Don't know for sure, but I bet they will starting at Daytona Bike Week.

    Tony
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  18. lotecredneck

    lotecredneck Been here awhile

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    Thanks for the business Shane! We look forward to seeing you guys in May!

    Tony
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  19. lotecredneck

    lotecredneck Been here awhile

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    Shameless bump!
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  20. freeflow

    freeflow get in or go in Supporter

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    thanks for the bump...:lurk...

    was hoping to work an angle on a Varadero, but yamaha is helping me with this....hmmm.....
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