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.
Yamaha RD350 for Sale
Moto blogFri, 24 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800
Good news for those saddened to hear the Yamaha Champions Riding School would not return to Miller Motorsports Park in 2014: the school is back, now operating from New Jersey Motorsports Park. The change in venue doesn’t come without a slight change in the instructor lineup. Nick Ienatsch and Ken Hill will still lead the way, joined by Mr. Daytona himself, Scott Russell, but a new addition to the star-studded instructor lineup has also been added: none other than Larry Pegram.Tue, 24 Jul 2012 00:00:00 -0700
MotoGP racer Ben Spies has announced he will not re-sign with Yamaha while hinting at an impending announcement for his plans for the 2013 racing season. Earlier this week, Spies used Twitter (@BenSpies11) to hint at a change for next season. In an email to SuperbikePlanet, Spies confirmed he has decided not to remain with Yamaha for several unspecified reasons.Mon, 21 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Yamaha announced plans to release the production versions of its PES1 and PED1 concept models within two years as part of the company’s plans to enter the electric motorcycle segment. The PES1 and PED1 (which stands for “Passion, Electric, Street” and “Passion, Electric, Dirt”) concepts were first revealed at last November’s Tokyo Motor Show. In the company’s newly-published annual report, Yamaha confirmed plans to produce the two models, saying: “In sports motorcycles, we are working to create new value with EV sports motorcycles, which we aim to launch in two years, with the development of the small, on-road sports PES1, as well as the PED1, which are being developed to expand the scope of electric vehicles to the off-road world.
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