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1979 Yamaha Rd 400 Daytona Special on 2040-motos

US $2,900.00
YearYear:1979 MileageMileage:16285 ColorColor: White/ red

Grants Pass, Oregon, US

Grants Pass, Oregon, US
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Yamaha Other tech info

TypeType:Sport Bike Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):400 For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:2V0000880

Yamaha Other description

If you know what this, then I don't have to 'splain it.

If you don't know what this, it's probably not the bike for you...

Mostly stock and mostly original, even has stock exhaust. Try finding that.

Non-stock: Front brake cylinder and hose, one mirror, recovered seat.

Missing: one cylinder fin rubber damper (being re-popped by HVC Cycle), tool kit, original mirrors, amber reflectors.

Generally in good condition for the year and mileage, tank is clean, oil injection works, starts on first kick, weeping a little oil, I think from the oil pump. Title is clear.

Look carefully at the pictures and ask any questions before bidding. This wonderful bike is in storage so give me some time if I have to go there for answers.

Cash only, in person, local pickup only, $500 deposit due within 24 hours, usual stuff. If you want to have it shipped, all I can do is open the door, the rest is up to you.

Love this bike, but I have too many and one has to go. (it's this one or my Harley)

Moto blog

Anti clockwise Knockhill and riding in the North East with GP winners.

Wed, 06 Jun 2012

I was both nervous and excited for my first ever reverse direction track day last week at Knockhill. From rushing downhill into the left hand off camber hairpin to sweeping up onto the start/finish, nothing bears any resemblance to riding round clockwise. I actually raced my 350LC in the opposite direction in 1982 but it still took a few laps to get my head round what essentially is a brand new track for Scotland.

Yamaha Patents Tricity Variant Design

Thu, 21 Aug 2014

Yamaha has patented the design for a new variant to its Tricity leaning three-wheeled scooter featuring a broader fairing resembling the TMax. Yamaha has previously announced it would introduce more leaning multi-wheeled vehicles, and this newly patented design may be the next one to go into production. The new design is heavily-based on the original Tricity.

Yamaha WR250 2T 2016

Sat, 03 Oct 2015

The triple tuning fork brand has made a great gift to all 2-stroke enduro enthusiasts with the introduction of the WR250 2T to the European market, based on the recently launched YZ250X in the US. According to the creators, the new motorcycle has an explosive, cross-country character. This was achieved thanks to the development of a new YPVS power valve, a new cylinder and block head.