Yamaha XSR900

  • 2017 Yamaha XSR 900
  • 1,003 miles, will not likely go up
  • Garage kept
  • Tons of other items included
  • 600 mile service completed
  • Never dropped

I purchased this new in April of 2019 as old, unused stock. I’m still amazed at how it was sitting in the dealership for that long. In New England, XSRs are hart to find. It had like 5 or 6 miles on it. It was my first bike. I barely rode it and when I did it was to run an errand around town. Always kept in B mode.

Upgrades and Maintenance-

-Frame Sliders
-M4 Exhaust - Best sounding and looking exhaust for the XSR (IMHO)
-VCycleNut Tune
-600 mile service completed. Will be doing another oil change in the coming weeks

Included with the bike
-Bilt Black Perforated Leather Jacket w/ Armor Size 46
-Bilt Convertible Helmet in Matte Black size Large
-Bilt Black leather gloves size X-Large (XL)
-Ram X Mount
-Ram X mount 3x spare caps with super glue
-Original toolset, manual, paperwork that I got when I purchased the bike
-Original exhaust, had only ~50 miles on it when I took it off
-Trim that I removed when installing the top case. If you leave it on the bike, you have to drill a hole through the plastic and I wanted to leave this piece untouched in case I reinstall the body pieces and keep the original look of the bike
-5l of Yamaha Oil, sealed
-Block off plates
-Handle bar sliders, uninstalled
-Back rest; this was a sissy/grab bar for the XSR with a padded leather back rest welded on. I used it for my wife until I purchased the top case
-2 keys will be included from the sale

Some of the pictures include the Givi 58L Black aluminum top case. I installed this a couple weeks ago, and it’s only been used on a ride for about 50 miles. I will be removing it and selling it separate unless someone who is purchasing the bike really wants it. It was ~$800 and essentially new for the Givi top case, Givi rack, and Givi plate.

Price $9,200

As a reference, I’m 6’ 1” and about 190lbs, and the jackets/gloves fit great. I could fit a light sweater underneath the jackets.