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Hello all ,
Just thought i'd make this ''THREAD'' for usefull internet links. 
I also made it for others and myself to share idea's and feedback.
When you reply i will check it out and update it if i think it is usefull info.
I want to keep this straight foward as possible without too many posts to wade through
 This is reason why some ideas may not be uploaded on this thread
 
 
 Also only
 ''trusted sites''
Your idea's will be helpfull so any relevent info on the topics would be good
 
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Brian & all that contribute to this awesome site!
 
 
 


And the FAQ

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Thanks for reading,
Cheers.



Notice about paint for the Blue frame  :
First primer is applied
The Metallic base coat is applied....  ''Yamaha 0564 Deep Purplish Blue Metallic C (DPBMC)''
Then the top coat....''Yamaha 0583 Deep Purplish Blue Solid E (DPBSE)''
Finally a clear coat goes over that.

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This is the base coat for the Blue TTR250
 
 
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Color swatch is just an approximation for reference. It is not an exact color representation

Yamaha 0564 Deep Purplish Blue Metallic C (DPBMC)

  • SKU # : 5815
  • Vendor : ColorRite
  • Manufacturer : Yamaha
  • Manufacturer Code : 0564

 

  http://www.colorrite.com/product/yamaha-0564-deep-purplish-blue-metallic-c-dpbmc-1905.cfm#applications

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This paint below is the top coat for the Blue TTR250
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Color swatch is just an approximation for reference. It is not an exact color representation.

Yamaha 0583 Deep Purplish Blue Solid E (DPBSE)

  • SKU # : 5829
  • Vendor : ColorRite
  • Manufacturer : Yamaha
  • Manufacturer Code : 0583

 
  http://www.colorrite.com/product/yamaha-0583-deep-purplish-blue-solid-e-dpbse-1914.cfm
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This paint below is for the engine of 2006 and may be used for all models.

 

 
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Color swatch is just an approximation for reference. It is not an exact color representation.
 
Yamaha 00WN Circuit Silver (CIS)
  • SKU # : 5319
  • Vendor : ColorRite
  • Manufacturer : Yamaha
  • Manufacturer Code : 00WN

          Paint Applications

 

 
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This is the purple paint needed for purple and white TTR250
No reports whether it maches yet i'll let you know if anybody replies.
 
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Color swatch is just an approximation for reference. It is not an exact color representation.

Yamaha 0206 Purplish White Solid #1 (PWS1)

  • SKU # : 5450
  • Vendor : ColorRite
  • Manufacturer : Yamaha
  • Manufacturer Code : 0206
 

 http://www.colorrite.com/product/yamaha-0206-1-pws1-1816.cfmpurplish-white-solid-

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Feedback on colorite paint so far:                                   

The removable rear LHS sub frame strut was the only bit of the bike suffering from rust. After removing it I lightly grit blasted and then sprayed it, this picture may show the match compared to the rest of the bike.

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Colin,

Cumbria TRF, UK

2005 Blue TTR250 & Kawasaki Versys 650


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Here is another site for paint Brian gave me,

                                                   Thanks Brian.

 

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                            RS Bike Paint

 

 

 

 http://www.rsbikepaint.com/en-gb/colours.php#makeid=152&modelid=2584&prodyear=2004

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 Feedback for RS paint:

 

Here are a couple of pics to show how much too dark the Halfords paint mix was.

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I am pleased to say that the areosols I ordered from RS Paints arrived today. The paint match is very good indeed although the aerosols lay the paint very heavily and it is very easy to create runs. I will soon learn though wink

I think I will stick with RS Paints in the future as they are a known quantity.

Brian.


 

 



-- Edited by barra8 on Thursday 3rd of January 2013 02:28:43 AM



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This is for Microfiche Genuine OEM parts & Aftermarket parts

First i would just like to say if your in the UK or close (even as far as Australia) i suggest you check out Brians online store for aftermarket air filters,jets and other peformance parts. I would 100% recommend his service,advice and competitive prices on TTR'S. I might add he has quite a good range and if he does'nt have it i'm sure he can get it. Here is the link to Brians shop..

 

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Totally TTRs is, as the name suggest, totally dedicated to
TTR250 owners looking for parts and accessories

Hosted and run by Brian (Mr TTR) Sussex and his wife Trish.
email sales[@]totallyttrs.com

 

Join the new TTR250 forum at http://ttr250.activeboard.com/for help and advice on all things TTR

 


http://totallyttrs.com/

 

 

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Boats

 

 

PowersportsPlus.com
 

 

 Wemoto Logo

 



When i see more sites on the reply page i will update it. Here the reply link again..

http://ttr250.activeboard.com/t50448353/reply-box-for-usefull-internet-sites/

Thanks for reading.

 



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Feedback & info : These stores i have bought no parts or used there sevices except for the purpose of an online finche. They are for reference and would be up to you to choose from the above  

Boats has been tried by others but i haven't seen feedback on them yet but will let you know.

Favourite:  It depends what you are buying but my favourites are:

PowersportsPlus.com  Boats

 

 

 



-- Edited by barra8 on Sunday 4th of November 2012 01:12:16 PM

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 This post is for peformance aftermarket parts

First i would just like to say if your in the UK or close (even in Australia) i suggest you check out Brians online store for aftermarket air filters,jets and other peformance parts. I would 100% recommend his service,advice and competitive prices on TTR'S.I might add he has quite a good range and if he does'nt have it i'm sure he can get it. Here is the link to Brians shop..

bluelogo.jpg
bluelogo.jpg
bluelogo.jpg

bluelogo.jpg

Totally TTRs is, as the name suggest, totally dedicated to
TTR250 owners looking for parts and accessories

Hosted and run by Brian (Mr TTR) Sussex and his wife Trish.
email sales[@]totallyttrs.com

 

Join the new TTR250 forum at http://ttr250.activeboard.com/for help and advice on all things TTR

 


http://totallyttrs.com/

 

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Performance camshafts and valves

Many thanks to Igor for finding the Web Cam site and Brian for posting it somewhere easy to find smile - see here http://www.webcamshafts.com/

They offer two different camshaft sets as shown below. Anyone heard of the company or tried their camshafts?

Webcamshafts Racing Cams.jpg

 

http://www.webcamshafts.com/index_blank.html?pages/vehicle_search.html


 

 



-- Edited by barra8 on Saturday 1st of September 2012 10:49:12 AM

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I found this info for decoding YAMAHA parts....


For a Part Number in the format XXX-XXXXX-XX-XX

XXX-XXXXX-XX-XX
The first three digits are the Model Code (every model in the Yamaha Product Line has a unique model number) all parts are given a Model Code of the first model they were used on.

XXX-XXXXX-XX-XX
The middle five digits are the Basic Code number and indicates the actual part, i.e. 11631 = piston; 11311 = cylinder, etc.
A "W" substituted in the first position of this five-digit group (000-W0000-00-00) indicates a factory assembled kit which differs in content from the original assembly used in production (i.e. 2M0-W0046-00-00 – Rear Break Pad Ass’y).

XXX-XXXXX-XX-XX
The next two digits are the Design Code and Design Change digits (so 01 means the part has had one design change). This part may or may not appear different, but it will be interchangeable with the original part.

XXX-XXXXX-XX-XX
The last two digits are the Color or Finish Code.

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For a Part Number in the format XXXXX-XXXXX-XX

All these parts are Hardware (fasteners), they all start with a '9' and end in '00'.
The second and third digits tells us what type of fastener:

0 - 'various'
1 - bolts, cotter pins
2 - screws, nuts
3 - oil seals, O-rings, bearings
4 - spark plugs
5 - bolts, nuts
6 - ISO bolts
7 - ISO screws and nuts

The fourth and fifth digits tell us what material/surface finish (e.g. chromed).
Digits six and seven give the diameter (inner or outer) e.g. 08 would be an M8 size.
Digits eight, nine and ten are the length (except for '901' bolts for some reason)
There are also standard fastener types...e.g.

90105-XXXXX are Washer based bolts
90116-XXXXX are Studs
90401-XXXXX are Union bolts
99999-XXXXX means that a part has been superceded by a kit.



http://ttr250.activeboard.com/t50448353/reply-box-for-usefull-internet-sites/

To be updated

 


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-- Edited by barra8 on Saturday 25th of August 2012 07:25:17 AM

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This post is for interchangable engine parts

 

ps. you can use boats or powersportsplus to find out most info so have a look and click on the part # if you need it.

 

Here are some measurements i have done with a micrometer...

 

 

 

  • Standard 0EM 1992-1999 Wristpin length: 57mm
  • Wizeco 1999-2006 74mm piston kit Wristpin length: 57mm

 

 

 

  • Standard 0EM 1992-1999 Wristpin outside diameter: 18mm
  • Wizeco 1999-2006 74mm piston kit Wristpin outside diameter: 18mm

 

 

 

  • Standard 0EM 1992-1999 piston height from wristpin : 15mm
  • Wizeco 1999-2006 74mm piston kit height from wristpin : 15mm

 

 

 

  • Maximum height of Standard 0EM 1992-1999 piston:47mm
  • Maximum height of Wizeco 1999-2006 74mm piston kit height:47mm

 

 

 

As you can see there is no problem with using the Wizeco 1999-2006 74mm piston kit for the 1992-1999 Oem piston kit

 

Obviously you would have to bore the cylinder barrel to 74mm to fit a 74mm piston kit.

 

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Engine differences between 1992-1999 and 1999-2006

 

 

 

All cylinder barrels are the same

 

All heads are interchangable (raid model different compression ratio but still fits). Also the breather pipe is on the 1999-2006 head but not hard to fit a two piece joiner and pipe or the 1992-1999 head cover plate.

 

The only differences with engines between any model from 1992-2012 is mentioned below.

 

You can order 1999-2006 parts unless its clutch boss & basket or crankcase outer cover as these are different with the engines ie. 1999-2012 TTr 250 has 7 clutch plates 1992-1998 has 6.

 

All clutch and friction plates are the same in any model mentioned and will interchange.

 

Note: Some early models had 5 clutch plates

 

 

 

Interestingly enough if you fit all the components from the 1999-2006 eg. clutch boss and basket,clutch cover (pictured below) you can upgrade to the 7 plates no problem.

 

The good points to this would be that you would get the higher oil capacity (see below) and the added bonus of an extra clutch plate or two.

 

 

 

1992-1999 cover stamped 1000 cm/3 (see below)

 



 

6-plate_RHcase1.jpg

 

 

 

1999-2006 plate cover (stamped 1100 cm/3 below:

 

7-plate_clutch_cover.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

1992-1999 6 clutch plates (see below)

 

 

 


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1999-2006 7 clutches plates (see below)

 

7-plate_clutch.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

http://ttr250.activeboard.com/t50448353/reply-box-for-usefull-internet-sites/

 

 

 

To be updated...

 



-- Edited by barra8 on Thursday 8th of November 2012 11:21:53 AM

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Noticed a few people rebuilding engines & thought i'd let them know about this. The pain ''T'' cannot be shipped outside the US unfortunately cry

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Jarrah.



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This is all my Dirt bike related Links and a few others besides

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Mount Systems

Camzilla
MountGuys.com

Forums

TTR250.activeboard.com
Luggage Rack Thread
Old Bull - Forum
DRRiders.com
DRZ400e.com
ADVrider.com
ThumperTalk
Netrider.net.au
Horizons Unlimited
WR250R Forum

TTR Specific Parts

TTR250 - Step By Step Guides
Adventure Spec
Adventure Moto
Repair & Maintenance Tips
TTR250 Light Switch Installation
Totally TTR's.com
TTR250.com/FAQ
TTR250.com
TTR250 OEM Upgrades

 

General Excessories

Doubletake Mirror
Motosport - User Reviews
Blackwoods.com.au
Torpedo7 Australia
AMA Warehouse, Motorcycle & Motocross Accessories - Gold Coast, Queensland
Supplier Catalogs - ProCycle
MCAS
Team Moto Tyres
Slipstream Performance
Sutto's
IMS Products
Quick Accessories - Home
Dirt Bike Deals.com.au
Steve Cramer Products
McLeod Internet site
Ballards Offroad
MX1 Australia Acerbis Ariete

 

Cable Repairs

HEL Performance Stainless Steel Motorcycle Brake Lines
Barnett Performance Products
Conwire Home Page - Manufacturer and repairer of mechanical control cables - Brake, Clutch, Accelerator

 

Grips

Bikebiz - Grips
Bikebiz - SIngle Density
Bikebiz - Pillow tops

 

Brakes

HEL Brake Lines, Oil Cooler Kits, Adaptors, Braided Hose & Fittings - Online Catalogue
Braided Hoses

 

Electronics

TrailTech.net - Instruments
Custom Protective Cases, Custom Molded Cases & Holsters for Handheld Devices
Johnny Appleseed GPS
Spot Satellite Messenger

 

Exhaust Systems

Barrett Exhausts.com.au
Staintune Exhausts

 

Engine Protection

Whipps Alloy Products
B+B Offroad
Force Accessories

 

Fuel Tanks

Safari Tanks
Fuel Bladders
ExploSAFE & DettoSTOP Jerrycans
Nomad Tanks

 

Filtration

TTR 250 (1994-2012) | NU 2289ST
Filter Oil & Cleaner
Scotts Performance Products
FunnelWeb Filter - Honda Kawasaki KTM Suzuki Yamaha Dirt Bike Foam Air Filters / Air Cleaners
Unifilter Australia
No Toil Air Filtration

 

Gear

Klim.com.au
Ufo Plast
Cassons B2B

 

Handlebars & Guards

Barsnake.com ©2010 Barsnake LLC
Biketique - Contacts
Fasst Company | Premium Motorcycle & ATV Products
Barkbusters - Home

 

Head Lights

Bikebiz - Headlights
Polisport Catalogue

 

Lubricants

Lubricating Waxes
Belray Super Clean Chain Lube - Bikebiz - New & Used Yamaha Kawasaki Aprilia Motorcycles, Motorbike Parts & Accessories
1 kg Carnauba Wax Beads - New Directions Australia
Pro-Oiler - Auto Oiler
Inox Lubricants

 

Mags

TRAIL ZONE - Trail, Enduro & Adventure Riding Magazine
Fullnoise.com.au
Two Wheels
Dirtbike Rider Magazine - Motocross, Enduro and Trials
Eat My Dirt
Dirt Bike Motorcycles Magazine & information
Cycle Torque Magazine
Dirt Bike Australia - Dirt and Trail Bike Adventure Downunder
MotoOnline.com.au | The source in Australian motorcycle news and entertainment!
Netrider - Connecting motorcycle and motorbike riders in Australia. News, Forums, Links, Classifieds, Articles, Events Calendar, Merchandise, and more...

 

Paint

Permanent Painted Coatings
NIC Industries – Leading Manufacturer of Performance Proven Coatings

 

Racks + Panniers

Wolfman Motorcycle Luggage
Tamrac.com
Kelly Enduro Products
Kriega motorbike motorcycle accessories backpacks Australia and New Zealand
Wallaby Track Canvas
Giant Loop™ Moto: Saddlebags for Motorcycles | Welcome
Home - Cycleracks.com - Your Motorcycle Rack Solution
OFF-THE-ROAD | Parts for Yamaha XT-660 and other off-road bikes

 

Ramps & Stands

Tray Ramp

 

Rider Training

Shane Watts

 

Seats

ACM Seats

 

Security & Insurance

InsureMyRide
DataDot
Ignitor Motorcycle Alarm
Xena XX6 disc-lock

 

Sports Cameras

POV HD Digital Helmet Cameras
ContourGPS - GPS Video Camera and HD Helmet Camera
Gathsports.com
Launch.com.au
CameraAction.com.au
SportsCamera.com.au
Drift Innovation.com

 

Steering Dampers

GPR Stabilizer - Steering damper available for sportbikes, dirtbikes & ATVs
MSC Steering Dampers

 

Straps + Tiedowns

Gotcha Straps
The Tugger.com

 

Suspension

Teknik Racing

 

Tour Guides

Watagans Trail Bike Tours
Sunny Corner Trail Tours
KTM Trail Tours

 

Tyres

Mitas & Trelleborg motorcycle tyres
Mitas: Motorcycle tyres MITAS
2779, AU - Find a Mitas & Trelleborg dealer
Metzeler.com.au
Motoz.com.au

 

Screens

Eagle Screens Australia

 

Duel Sport

DR650

Australia - ADVrider
Oz/Kiwi DR650
VSM Vince Strang Motorcycles
VSM Vince Strang Motorcycles
territoryon2wheels
www.DRRiders.com
DR650 Project Build
Forum
Page 15
Suzuki DR650 Wiki

 

Tenere

YAMAHA XT660Z Ténéré preview and mods | Adventure Motorcycling Handbook
Yamaha XTZ660 Tenere - Motorbikes Reviews, News & Advice - bikepoint.com.au
Yamaha XT660Z Tenere (2008-current) - Yamaha Motorcycle Reviews
Southern African Adventure Motorcycling Routes - Yamaha XT660Z Tenere Bike Review by Craig Marshall.
Yamaha XT660Z Tenere Review

 

KTM 640

The 2006 KTM 640 Adventure Build - Expedition Portal

 

DRZ400e

Offroadvw.net/DRZ400E
Seat Concepts
DRZ400e.com

Chains + Tensioners

Timing Belt Pulleys Taper Bushings Timing Belts Belt & Chain Tensioners Tension Testers Diametral Pitch Gears Gearheads
Off Road Chain: R3-2 O-Ring Chain
Renold Australia – Quality Chain, Gears, Couplings, Brakes and Hydraulics
Chain tensioner: www.rohloff.de

Fiche Files

MrCycles

For Sale

Bikesales.com.au
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Mapping

OziExplorer.com.au
Memory-Map Aus/NZ | Topo Maps | Marine Charts | GPS Software for PC Android and iOS
GPSOZ - Forum
GPS Australia
OZtopo.com.au
Shonkymaps by Shonkylogic
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File Storing

FileDen.com | 5 GB
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deviantART

SportCams

GoPro.com
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JJC MC-2 Anti-shock Waterproof Memory Card Case Holder Hard Storage 4 CF 8 SD | eBay
Black Memory Card Storage Bag Pouch Case Holder For SD SDHC MMC CF Micro SD | eBay
YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
RedShark News - It's started. 4K televisions are in the shops now.
RedShark News - Home

Gadgets

3M VHB Tape 4991 Gray
Cam Caddie
Capture Camera Clip System by Peak Design - Wear your DSLR camera on any backpack strap or belt.
GoPro Consulting and Custom Applications
Benlo Park

Software

Lightworks
GoProUser.freeforums.org








-- Edited by BM Steve on Friday 2nd of November 2012 09:58:02 AM

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Holy sh$T! lol thats alot :) Good work Steve

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Ha, that should keep even Bored TTR Forum Addicts entertained

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Good one Steve wink



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I had to update this thread after recieving my paint from the paint shop. I when a bit flash & used a DUPONT but it's the same color codes.

This is the update:

Notice about paint for the Blue frame :

First primer is applied
The Metallic base coat is applied.... ''Yamaha 0564 Deep Purplish Blue Metallic C (DPBMC)''
Then the top coat....''Yamaha 0583 Deep Purplish Blue Solid E (DPBSE)''
Finally a clear coat goes over that.
................................
 
Hope nobody used the old info even though it was the best we had.
...................
Jarrah.


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