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If anyone happens to get a black one and wants the blue wheels on it please let me know. I want to swap the blue for the black given the paint scheme I have planned after I get the race bodywork. I know it is a long shot but figured I'd post just in case.
 

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Not the same. YB (Yamaha Black) wheels on the R7 only cross reference to the 900.

FRONT 2DR-25168-00-98
FZ-09 2017
MT-09 2018, 2019, 2020
XSR900 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019


REAR 2SC-25338-00-98
FJ-09 2015, 2016, 2017
Tracer 900 2019
Tracer 900 GT 2020
 

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After a bit of research, I think any 700 or 900 rim will bolt right on. The reason they all don't cross reference is the first 3 letters in the part # don't match and they're the only ones that indicate a different model design. In Europe, MT part #'s cross reference to older models because they've aways been designated as MT but here in the US, old FZ part #'s changed from 1RC- to 2DR- in 2017 just as the MT designation came about.

I think the Nebura Gold wheels from a 2020 XSR would look good on the R7.
 

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After a bit of research, I think any 700 or 900 rim will bolt right on. The reason they all don't cross reference is the first 3 letters in the part # don't match and they're the only ones that indicate a different model design. In Europe, MT part #'s cross reference to older models because they've aways been designated as MT but here in the US, old FZ part #'s changed from 1RC- to 2DR- in 2017 just as the MT designation came about.

I think the Nebura Gold wheels from a 2020 XSR would look good on the R7.
Actually I’m probably going to go this route. Because now that they released the anniversary color scheme I think I’m going to copy that on mine. Red/White is the colors I wanted anyway.
 

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After a bit of research, I think any 700 or 900 rim will bolt right on. The reason they all don't cross reference is the first 3 letters in the part # don't match and they're the only ones that indicate a different model design. In Europe, MT part #'s cross reference to older models because they've aways been designated as MT but here in the US, old FZ part #'s changed from 1RC- to 2DR- in 2017 just as the MT designation came about.

I think the Nebura Gold wheels from a 2020 XSR would look good on the R7.
Correct, the first three letters/number are the specific model, the second set of numbers/letters are the actual part number, that is what matters mostly. After that it is version, etc.
 
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