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Selling an R1 for a buddy of mine

  • 01-30-2012 | 08:33 PM
  • askmrjesus
  • JJP Yamaha YZF-R1 2004

    Hand built by former AMA Superbike champion Jamie James. AKA "The Ragin' Cajun". This bike was featured on the December 2005 cover of Cycle World magazine, and is Jamie's personal rider.

    Wheels: BST Carbon fibre rims. 6.0 x 17" rear, 3.5 x 17" front.

    Suspension: 43mm Ohlins Road and Track forks, with JJP re-worked internals, featuring a higher flow Superbike-spec piston and valve stack. Fully adjustable Ohlins rear shock. Ohlins steering damper.

    Brakes: AP racing system up front, with dual bore master cylinder with adjustable lever position and leverage ratio. Four piston calipers and 320mm floating rotors. Braking wave rotor on the rear, with a custom valve spring installed on the master cylinder, to reduce brake pedal sensitivity.

    Engine: For the sake of reliability and street manners, this engine is mostly stock, except for extensive head work done by NASCAR tuner Robert Reeves. The valve seats have been re-machined, and the ports cleaned up. The combustion chamber has been blended to increase flow and flame travel. Dynojet Power Commander. STM slipper clutch. Bazzaz Performance Design QS-4 quick shifter.

    Exhaust: Akrapovic Evo 4 into 1 into 2 titanium race system, with carbon fibre cans.

    Performance: The bike produces 162 HP at the rear wheel, and 78 lbs. of torque, as tested by Cycle World. Top speed is 188 mph.
    1/4 Mile: 9.76 sec. @ 149.48 mph
    0-30 mph: 1.2 sec.
    0-60 mph 2.7 sec.
    0- 90 mph 4.4 sec.
    0-100 mph 5.1 sec.

    Body: Custom blended "Craw-Fish Orange" paint, under six coats of clear. Carbon fibre front fender, and tank panels. Lockhart Phillips V2 Speedscreen bubble wind shield.

    Controls: Variable position bars, mated to a custom black anodized billet triple clamp. Fully adjustable,billet Valter Moto rear sets.

    Only a hand full of these bikes were built. This one is #2 of 8. Original price was $38,900. This one, having 20K on the odometer, is $22,500

    Price includes custom crating, and insured shipping to anywhere in the lower forty-eight states.

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  • 01-31-2012 | 10:19 PM
  • Sean
  • Wow, that's sick. I spent a long time (unsuccessfully) hunting down a Jamie James helmet.
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  • 02-01-2012 | 06:48 PM
  • tached1000rr
  • AMJ, is the current owner of this bike in NC? If so, I've talked with him several times and have even sat on this very bike.
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  • 02-01-2012 | 10:54 PM
  • askmrjesus
  • Quote tached1000rr
    AMJ, is the current owner of this bike in NC? If so, I've talked with him several times and have even sat on this very bike.
    Yep, that's him.

    Truly one of the finest people I've ever known.

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  • 02-01-2012 | 11:14 PM
  • tached1000rr
  • Man! I can't remember his name but I run into him at MR Cycles from time to time in Asheville, he can tell some stories, he entertained us most of the night lol, cool guy for sure.
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