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What years fit what generation of FJR? I have a 2009.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-29-2019, 08:27 PM
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Your is a Gen 2

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03-05= Gen 1, 06-12=Gen 2, 13 and up are Gen 3'S
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What years fit what generation of FJR? I have a 2009.
Mastergunny;

Click the link below, and scroll down to your Model Number. Click on your Model Number. Click on the fiche that shows your part. Find the Index Number for that part on the Parts List. Click on the NAME of that part. When you see the Part Number and OEM price, then scroll down for the list of every Yamaha vehicle which uses that part. Special parts will fit a range of FJR years; things like bolts and bearings can be found in anything from dirt bikes to waverunners. This is good information, when searching for specific parts. HTH.

http://www.2wheelpros.com/oem-parts/...aha-parts.html
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What years fit what generation of FJR? I have a 2009.

As you have already learned, you have a Gen2. But there were some improvements/refinements within the different "Generations" that were small but significant.


Your '09 was actually a huge improvement over the '06 and '07 models. The throttle cable pulley is different, the fuel mapping is different and the ABS is improved. The '09s were really great motorcycles. Too bad they did not come in the awesome colors of the '06 and '07 models...

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