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1. The Site for the Yamaha IT Range
The site for the Yamaha IT Enduro Range
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2. Yamaha Ascot Scrambler 1963
The limited production model, set up for scrambles and flat-track, was a derivation of the street going YDS2 model using aluminum cylinders similar to the TD1 road racer model. Carburetors were 24mm Mikunis - larger than the 22mm units on the S2 but smaller than the 1 1/16" Amals that came standard on the TD1 and the machines were fitted with expansion chambers.
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3. Yamaha DT1 250cc Enduro – 1968
Possibly the most important Japanese bike ever produced, the DT1 broke new ground in the motorcycle market. For one, the DT1 was the first attempt by the Japanese to build and all-purpose dirt/street motorcycle that would appeal to the hard core enthusiast. With the available GYT Kit (Genuine Yamaha Tuning) the DT1 would transform from a docile all-around machine to a competitive race bike in scrambles, desert, or motocross.
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4. YAMAHA DT1 MX (1971)
This is a second year example of Yamaha’s entrant into the 250cc motocross class. The chassis was almost unchanged from the DT1 Enduro that was introduced in 1968 and limited the competitiveness of the DT1. Lights were stripped off of the MX version and the factory GYT kit (Genuine Yamaha Tuning) was standard equipment.
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5. Yamaha R5 group
Yahoo Group. The Yamaha R5 group is a site where owners and future owners of the legendary R5 can share stories,parts.information,and advise on anything relating to the Yamaha R5. We welcome anyone who has an interest in these great motorcycles
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6. Yamaha RT1-MX - 1971
This is a second year example of Yamaha’s entrant into the open motocross class. The chassis was almost unchanged from the DT1 Enduro that was introduced in 1968 and limited the competitiveness of the RT1. Lights were stripped off of the MX version and the factory GYT kit (Genuine Yamaha Tuning) was standard equipment.
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7. Yamaha yds owners group
Yahoo Group
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8. Yamaha YZ250A 1974
When the DT1 was introduced in 1968, Don Jones initiated development of the machine for professional level motocross for sons, Gary and Dewayne. Their efforts didn’t go unnoticed by the Yamaha factory and very soon a working relationship was established. In 1970 Gary Jones won his first race on a Yamaha closely related to what would become the production YZ-A series. Gary went on to win the 250 National Championships in 1971 and 1972 on a hybrid version of the earliest Jones modified DT1.
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9. Yamaha YZ360B – 1974
The new single-shock design by Yamaha was called the Monoshock and was introduced in 1974, but not sold until 1975. The YZ250/360B’s were destined to change the entire way motocross motorcycles were designed and built.
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10. YDS Motorcycle Parts
Parts for Yamaha YD2, YD3, YDT1, YDS1, YDS2, YDS3, YDS5, YDS6, YR1, YR2 and YR3
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