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    1989 Yamaha Zuma Parts

    1989 Yamaha Zuma
    Tire Size:
    Front: 120/90-10, Rear: 130/90-10
    Spark Plug:
    BPR7HS
    Battery:
    YB4L-B
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    robert (Sorento, IL)

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    Bikemaster oil filter

    I used one on my '07 Bonnie last season and I haven't heard any complaints from my engine. I am running another Bikemaster this year as well.

    Mark (Russellville , AR)

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    Bike Master TruGel battery

    This battery is perfect for my bike. The service from Motorcycle Superstore was a pleasant experience. My battery was shipped to me in an expedited manner. I am happy with the service and product. I will purchase more from Motorcycle Superstore.

    Lamar (BRANDON, MS)

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    It's all I've ever used.

    I've only used this brand in both my KXF and KLR for years. Both motors are in fine shape. Good fit.

    Chris (Ft lauderdale, FL)

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    PC 5 Power Commander

    Great product- first one lasted about 8 years then crapped out. I just bought the pc5 and am very pleased. This is a must have if you have slip-ons. Tons of settings. Great product!

    Dave (Sylva, NC)

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    It is what it is

    Definitely a great bargain at 10 bucks vs the 80 or 90 for the OEM mirror. This one is a little bit shorter so it is hard to see traffic behind you without moving your body around. It doesn't adjust very easily by hand. I put a convex mirror over it so I can see more in all directions. Again, well worth the price!

    weld387 (Spaulding, GA)

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    Fire it up

    Just like OEM- perfect fit and easy instructions to charge battery for first time. All I did was open the top of the battery and poured the acid into it. Then capped it off and put it in my DRZ 400 and fired it right up. I ride all year and had 3 years on my original. It still worked so I used it for a 15hp generator.

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