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Hi All

After long period without 2wheels I bought TTR250. As I knew from Azerbaijan Yamaha dealer there are just 2 TTR250 in my country))

First of all I changed vinil and removed rear turn lights.



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magnifique (magnificent)

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Few weeks ago found old mudguard and made skid plate for my TTR

No money - no problems))



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that skidplates priceless :)

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Headlight Polisport

 



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When I bought my freedom)) odometr/speedometr was not operational. Bearings on front wheel were good thats why when I removed front wheel i just cleaned and lubricated everything.
Also I found out why speedometr doesnt work. Maybe someone will need this for future. So, the problem was in spacer. That was too thin because of friction. I added one more thin spacer plus lubricaion. Same day checked top speed))



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Sunny days..

 



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Great photos - thank you for sharing them biggrin

Did the TTR extract itself from the sand under its own power or did you have to push it out?

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Great photos - thank you for sharing them biggrin

Did the TTR extract itself from the sand under its own power or did you have to push it out?

Brian


 i recon he rode out its the standard lets stop here with out a stand caper biggrin



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Thank you

No, push it out. Sand was wet

Also checked top speed on highway))  Between 135-138



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Excellent photo. smile



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Cool,smilesmilesmile I do like your photossmilesmilesmile



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Good photo biggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrin

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Niiiice!smilesmilewinkwinksmilesmile



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Hi, nice bike and nice pics biggrin



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Winter))

 



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Does polisport headlight has a small bulb (low/dipped beam or it maybe "rəsmiləşdirilməsi" in your language) ?  



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Yes it has low beam with plug.



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AXTUNG wrote:

When I bought my freedom)) odometr/speedometr was not operational. Bearings on front wheel were good thats why when I removed front wheel i just cleaned and lubricated everything.
Also I found out why speedometr doesnt work. Maybe someone will need this for future. So, the problem was in spacer. That was too thin because of friction. I added one more thin spacer plus lubricaion. Same day checked top speed))



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When I got my TTR the speedo was starting was beginning to malfunction , I found the three tab washer was bent, flattened it with a hammer, I cleaned and greased everything including the flexible drive shaft, it's been perfect for years now.

 

I love those snow bound photo's, don't get a lot of snow in Australia

 

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