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Not sure if these have been shared on a previous post

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could u put a tt600 head on the ttr 250?
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DANKWHEELIE420 wrote:

could u put a tt600 head on the ttr 250?
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 But why would you

Terry



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They're totally different engines.



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confuse Really hope they have misquoted the seat height for the 250!! Might be the deciding factor in my buying a TTR 250



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The TTR FAQ pages give the dimensions as

Specifications

White Open Enduro model

Raid model 

Overall Dimensions (Length x Width x Height)

2145mm X 835mm X 1255mm

2145mm X 850mm X 1290mm

Seat Height

895mm

875mm

Wheelbase

 

1410mm

Minimum Ground Clearance

 

265mm

Fuel Capacity

9 litres

16 litres (reserve 3 litres)

Oil capacity

 

1 litre

Dry Weight

113kg

120kg



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Hi Cubber. I was intending on making a light hearted comment. It does state a seat height of 1255mm! Clearly a typo on their part, just made me laugh. Apologies if I was taken seriously.



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It's OK Stringy - I realised your humour and I did see their typo in the small print. wink

One of my New Year Resolutions is trying not to be my normal, grumpy self    and the year is still young.

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Why not try stretching your inside leg measurement to suit the bike? biggrinbiggrinbiggrin

Martyn



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Always liked the look of the 600. That tank shape is lovely. 20kg more weight though for a kick-only, add another 10 maybe for the later e-start version which then was spoiled by worse suspension - shame.



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Will try regular stretching

 



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I have the 600RE, and currently trying to sell it to finance a 250. It actually handles really well despite its weight and the less than perfect suspension. But, it's too much for me on technical stuff, particularly when you drop it or get pinned by it no. As an all rounder and an only bike, which is why I bought it, it is brilliant. A large Acerbis tank and a good riding position, all day comfortable. 



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