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1973 Yamaha Other on 2040-motos

US $3,300.00
YearYear:1973 MileageMileage:26 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Fort Edward, New York, United States

Fort Edward, New York, United States
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Yamaha Other photos

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Yamaha Other tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):350 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Standard For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Yamaha Other description

I have recently completely gone through this bike. Goes down the road straight and smooth. All the chrome was pretty crusty and rusty so it has been sandblasted and powder coated black. Wheels were also pretty crusty and I have cleaned them up to the best of my ability.  They are not perfect but are in pretty decent condition. I have an extensive list of everything that has been replaced and or rebuilt. Engine has 26k miles on it.  Engine has a clatter coming from right side cylinder.  Ran strong all summer but will need eventual rebuild.  Also could use some fine tuning on the jetting.

Link to my YouTube page.  Quick ride on the bike a few weeks back.
https://youtu.be/I0Jm2jB-iMw

List of new parts:
New Tires front and rear
Front brake pads - not installed
New Front braided brake line - not installed
New Front wheel bearings and seals
New Reproduction blinkers front and rear
New Fork seals, fork boots and new racetech springs with 20wt oil
New Steering stem bearings - not installed
Carbs clean with all new mikuni brand brass
New Motion pro throttle cable with oil pump delete
Oil injection removed with block off plate
Fresh belray gearsaver 80wt tranny oil
New vintage handlebar grips
New black super bike bars
New D.I.D. 520 chain and new sprockets with new retainers
New Bronze swingarm bushings
New Hagon rear shocks
Replaced all grease fittings with new
New Y-Boot Carb intake with K&N Filter
New Regulator and rectifier have been replaced with modern 1 piece unit
New Motion Pro clutch cable
New Rear drive wheel rubbers are new
New rear wheel bearings and seals
New rear brake shoes
All new rubber mounting pieces and grommets for rear fender, brake light, battery and battery box, carb cable, kickstart etc
DG Expansion chamber pipes
New reproduction stock mirrors
New fuel tank petcock
New points and condenser - not installed
New rubber carb intakes and Boysen 2 stage reeds
Replaced a bunch of fasteners with stainless allens etc

I'm sure there is more that I am forgetting. I have clean NYS title in my name ready to go unlike many of these bikes.

Shipping Details - I will ship the bike but you must make arrangements etc.  I will help deliver within reasonable distance but we must agree before you bid!

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