1973 Yamaha Rd350 on 2040-motos
Yamaha RD350 description
Superb 1973 RD350 cafe racer entirely rebuilt with great care.
Frame - rear end plus powder coat
New Stainless steel engine bolts
New set of carbs - 30mm Mikuni's
New Set of Uni air filters
New Steering, swingarm, and wheels bearing
New Progressive fork springs
New Hagen rear shocks
New and upgraded 520 Chain and sprockets
New Dime City Cycle rear sets
New MZ-B electronic ignition
New seals on engine and chassis
New Nitrohead seat (made in Japan)
New Rental grips
New (4) incandescent bulbs aluminum turn signals
Refurbished DG pipe set
Oil injection removed
This motorcycle run great and flawlessly. It is an absolute head turner and be ready to talk about it a lot because you'll get many questions about it.
I will crate the bike for you. Buyer is responsible for shipping or pickup.
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Day 12 Dakar 2014: Despres Wins Day, Coma Maintains Overall Lead, Barreda Falls Out Of Contention – VideoFri, 17 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800
The penultimate day of Dakar 2014 saw a dramatic change in the overall standings which could make for an exciting final stage tomorrow. Today, however, Yamaha Factory Racing rider Cyril Despres took his second special stage win of 2014 and his 33rd career win for Dakar. Coma, despite taking a 15 minute penalty, finished second for the day, maintaining his overall lead.Wed, 14 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700
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The International Motorcycling Federation (FIM) released the official entry list for the 2014 MotoGP Championship including 23 riders representing 13 teams. The final entry list also lists each rider’s status as either a Open or Factory class rider. The eight Factory riders are allowed to use their teams’ own proprietary ECU software but are otherwise limited by a freeze on engine development, a limit of five engines for the whole season and just 5.3 gallons of fuel per race.
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