1976 Yamaha Yz on 2040-motos
Yamaha YZ description
THROW BACK MOTO!!! SUPER COOL ORIGINAL FAME AND MOTOR 1976 YZ 250 RESTORED.... HERE IS WHAT HAS BEEN DONE:
1.) SAND BLASTED
2,) POWDERCOAT (Highpoint powder coat) frame, exhaust, front and rear hubs
3.)Motor was completely rebuilt by Don lackey @DLR Cycleworks (gaskets,clutch plates, piston, everything from top to bottom)
4.)Front forks have been completely rebuilt DLR Cycleworks
5.) Gas tank- original tank, blasted and re painted with original 76 graphics (By KPH Paint and body)
6.) Original mono shock
7.) Brand new excel rims, spokes, and tires Installed by DLR Cycleworks
8.) Bike was assembled at Napalm Motorsports in ATX
9.) Front and rear fenders are new
10.) new chain
11.)needs a new sprocket.
This bike turns heads everywhere you go... Super fun to ride... I rode it once since it has been rebuilt... Only about 200 yards and back.. YOU WANT THIS BIKE..... SO BID BID BID.... Please email me with any other questions... GOOD LUCK>>>
Item must be picked up in Cedar park, TX or customer can pay to have it shipped...
Yamaha YZ for Sale
Moto blogMon, 03 Mar 2014
Yamaha‘s next three-cylinder motorcycle may be a sport-tourer, if a recently-filed trademark application is any indication. The Tuning Fork brand filed a trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the name “FJ-09” as it applies to “Motorcycles, scooters, three-wheeled scooters and structural parts for all the aforesaid goods.” Following Yamaha’s usual naming conventions, the signs indicate the trademark will be for a new sport-touring model using the same Triple as the FZ-09. Yamaha has made it clear it plans to introduce more three-cylinder engines following the FZ-09 (or MT-09, as it is known in Europe.) Previously-filed trademark applications for the YZF-R3 and R3 names raised speculation the next triple would be a sportbike, but as per Yamaha’s usual naming convention, the “3″ in R3 is likelier to refer to the engine displacement rather than the number of cylinders.Wed, 12 Feb 2014
Yamaha reported a 1.2% decrease in motorcycle sales in 2013 but managed to increase its net sales revenue by 16.2%, thanks in large part to the depreciation of the Japanese yen. According to the company’s 2013 fiscal report, Yamaha sold 6,014,000 motorcycles last year, down slightly from 6,090,000 sold in 2012. The good news however, is most of the sales decrease was limited to Thailand and Vietnam where the economy worsened in 2013, while Yamaha’s sales increased in nearly all other markets.Thu, 16 Jan 2014
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