1975 Yamaha Rd350 on 2040-motos
Yamaha RD350 tech info
Engine Size (cc):350
Warranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
For Sale By:Dealer
Yamaha RD350 description
1975 Yamaha RD350
Narrow city streets, winding country roads and the open highway belong to you astride the rugged and powerful Yamaha RD350. At Yamaha, RD stands for "Racing Development," and on the world's fastest circuits Yamaha develops better, faster, and safer machines for you and your riding pleasure. Racing technology leads to top street performance and this is what Yamaha's RD350 is all about. Race proven, the RD350 outperforms all others in its class and leads the way on the track and on the street.(Taken from original ad)
We are selling a beautiful 1975 Yamaha RD350 in excellent running and cosmetic condition. This is a survivor twin cylinder two stroke with oil injection. All of the wiring, paint, and chrome is original. The tires and tubes have been replaced (original retro tread), all rubber tubing and gas lines have been replaced as well. The engine has been bored to the first oversize and the carbs were overhauled at this time. The clutch is new as well as the seals. Also has a new battery. The only things that have been repainted are the battery box and air cleaner box. The exhaust head pipes were also Jet Hot coated so they won't rust. The fuel tank was creamed inside at some point and does not leak. The fuel cap and petcock seals were replaced. Only about 200 miles have been put on the bike since the refurbishing.
This bike is available for viewing and pickup at our showroom in Norcross, GA. We also ship and create internationally. For more info, please call John at 770.447.6945 ext.20.
Thanks for looking!
Yamaha RD350 for Sale
Tue, 18 Jan 2011 00:00:00 -0800
There’s a lot of it about at this time of year, brought on, no doubt, by excessive exposure over the Festive Season to the temptations of eBay. Buying old nails with a view to restoration, that is. Wilfing away over the New Year, I spotted for sale a bike that, when new, I really fancied.
Mon, 24 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800
The 2014 World Supersport season opened in dramatic fashion after a red-flagged restart turned the 18-lap race into a five-lap sprint, with MV Agusta making a triumphant return to the top of the podium for the first time since 1976. The Supersport event began with a hard-fought battle between three-time champion Kenan Sofuoglu, Kev Coghlan and Michael van der Mark. Sofuoglu and his Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R held a slim lead over Coghlan’s Yamaha R6 and van der Mark’s Honda CBR600RR when the race was halted after CIA Insurance Honda rider Jack Kennedy suffered an engine problem and leaked oil onto the track.
Fri, 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.