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    Torn between FZR and FZS

    Finally made the decision to get the Yamaha, but torn between the 2 any input on your impression would be welcome. It's weird here in Fla. some dealers have 09's but no 10's and vice versa.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pcacman View Post
    Finally made the decision to get the Yamaha, but torn between the 2 any input on your impression would be welcome. It's weird here in Fla. some dealers have 09's but no 10's and vice versa.
    Simple question, really. The only difference AFAIK is that the FZS seats 3 and the FZR seats 2. Which do you need?

    I can tell you that my FZS offers all the performance and handling I can ever imagine needing, but it also allows me to take my 2 kids for a ride - it's the best of all worlds, IMO.

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    it's the best of all worlds, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZCD1 View Post
    Simple question, really. The only difference AFAIK is that the FZS seats 3 and the FZR seats 2. Which do you need?

    I can tell you that my FZS offers all the performance and handling I can ever imagine needing, but it also allows me to take my 2 kids for a ride - it's the best of all worlds, IMO.
    Taking the kids for a ride, that is my idea as well....this is really a neat setup with both boats being the same performance and size. After the GPR 66V crap I thought I would never buy another Yamaha product but this changes things for me....

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    If you want a FZS without a tow hook, no reboard step, that only seats two making it unlawful to tow, with the no a*s look get a FZR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pscribne View Post
    If you want a FZS without a tow hook, no reboard step, that only seats two making it unlawful to tow, with the no a*s look get a FZR.
    2010 both fzs and fzr have the boarding step - which is why mspr on both fzs/fzr on 2010 is the same.

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    i will get all the rest i need when im dead corkycat's Avatar
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    buy both and be done with it

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    If you are torn between the two, then without a doubt get the FZS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos Thomas View Post
    If you are torn between the two, then without a doubt get the FZS.
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    Thumbs up I own the fzs, no complains

    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos Thomas View Post
    If you are torn between the two, then without a doubt get the FZS.
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