Details about YAMAHA FAZER FZS600 1999 with single headlight and Flyscreen+orig
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“VGC. for year.”
15 Dec, 2013 19:02:56 GMT
[ 5 bids ]
Todmorden, United Kingdom
An item that has been previously used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
|Seller notes:||“VGC. for year.”|
|Year:||1999||Start Type:||Electric start|
|Model:||Fazer 600||MOT Expiry Date:||08/2014|
|Type:||Sports Touring||Number of Previous Owners:||4|
|Colour:||Yellow||Customised Features:||Bodywork/Fairing, Headlights|
|Date of 1st Registration:||10/12/1999||Extra Features:||V5 Registration Document|
|Engine Size:||599||Road Tax:||6 Months Remaining|
|Power:||95||V5 Registration Document:||Present|
Yamaha FZS600 Fazer modified to single headlight with powerful Philips Xtreme Vision bulb gives better illumination than standard Fazer.Also fitted is a flyscreen. The original fairing and headlights ,mounting frame etc.all included for anyone wishing to revert to standard Fazer configuration(.Please see photos for original look) Mileage is 16500 Miles, but I dont have history to confirm.A couple of minor niggles I must mention,Fuel Gauge inaccurate, so I use Mileage Trip, once filled up and then ride 150 miles before filling up gain, also side stand switch ineffective, hasnt been a problem for me just ride it as normal,the way all bikes used to be.
In last year has had many new parts,cost £300 inc. Radiator, pads, oil, plugs, filler cap , number plate with raised figures and also cost of headlight conversion.Also has 2 ignition keys.Any questions Call or Text John on 07741433651
On 10-Dec-13 at 22:43:00 GMT, seller added the following information:New boxed oil filter included.
On 11-Dec-13 at 12:01:07 GMT, seller added the following information:1/Fazer has two 12 v. car cigarette lighter type sockets under seat, I have used to power Satnav, these sockets are weaterproof. 2/Bike also has a new horn.
On 12-Dec-13 at 00:18:09 GMT, seller added the following information:
Photos of conversion.
On 12-Dec-13 at 10:17:08 GMT, seller added the following information:
The parts I bought to convert to a conventional single head light were simple and straight forward to fit. The handle bars already had tapped holes to mount the mirrors .The Alloy cast headlight brackets went straight onto the 41mm dia. forks same as bracket bore diameter no need for bushes.I made the stainless steel plate to mount the clocks and then made the 2 stainless steel arms to hold this plate from Stainless flat bar 3 mm thick. I drilled a hole in each of the headlight alloy brackets to mount the new front indicators, no problems. Then fit the new headlight 8 inch, which is a good size but not too big, I altered the electrics for the single headlight , used connectors and taped up connections as well to give extra cover, the excess length of any cable tucked neatly into the hole at the back of the headlight housing.I put small rubber bushes between the stainless back plate and the suspending stainless arms, you should be able to see from photos in the Flickr link above, it is self explanatory.
On 12-Dec-13 at 10:46:23 GMT, seller added the following information:
sany798, you asked me how I completed the conversion I hope the description above explains well enough how the modification was accomplished. I would just like to add that I drew the arrangement out on paper before I started to get the dimensions right, I used to work as a mechanical and production engineering draughtsman, so am used to arranging and buying parts.
On 13-Dec-13 at 13:59:41 GMT, seller added the following information:
On 13-Dec-13 at 22:00:55 GMT, seller added the following information:
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