Basically, this bike is nearly perfect! I literally can't think of a single scratch on the bike. It's a matte black finish with silver racing stripes, and it looks awesome. It has 8435 miles on it. The front tire has a season remaining on it, and it has a brand new rear rotor and tire, so the bike is in tip-top shape. I answer my phone all day long, and even at night. Feel free to call me anytime with questions, and if I'm awake, I'll answer. Otherwise, feel free to leave me a message, and I will call you back as soon as I get a moment.
(617) 285-2966 (cell)
1992 Yamaha VMax 1200 VMX 12
My first VMax 1200. It's a 1992. Replacement parts are becoming scarce.
Yamaha has discontinued making quite a few major components for it.
Aftermarket parts seem to be hard to locate. I have found a lot of
knowledge about them, but not enough cold hard parts. In the first three
weeks I have owned it I have put 1100 miles on it. It's a terrific bike and
has minimal issues for it's age. A little wrenching and some winter work
and I shouldn't have to touch it again for years to come. It is a very
reliable powerhouse of a bike. This is a first time video shoot. It isn't
the best camera work I know. It is just out there for a more realistic shot
of the bike than a turn key and rev it up as so many others have done. If
you have a VMax video you would like to share, especially something about
repairs and troubleshooting, don't hesitate to post a link in the comments
section below. In the meantime I will work on developing improvements to my
camera shot and narrative for the next video I will be posting.
2001 Custom Yamaha V-Max For Sale 7k
Trying to sell my 2001 Yamaha V-Max, it's got a little under 10k miles, a
completely custom built rear wheel with a 180 Avon Storm, custom
manufactured carbs built just for the engine, a 4-2-4 Exhaust from UFO Performance Parts, stiffened
front springs, lowered rear end and chrome in just the right spots. I've
got over 12k in the bike total and I'm only asking 7k. *Note It's Jon
Cornell of UFO Performance parts, not sure how Joe slipped in there*