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Right apart from tottally ttr's wemoto and eBay can anyone recommend any sites where I can buy bits from? When I had my Honda crf there was a site with the full parts catalogue to order all the genuine parts. At the moment I need the tank decals as mine have all bubbled up ( common problem? ) a return spring for right hand foot peg and then air filter and plug. Can anyone recommend an air filter? Standard or is it worth paying more for twin air, k&n? Also standard plug or iridium? Thinking also about the airbox mod and will have to check exhaust for the restrictor washer.

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There doesn't appear to be a UK Yamaha dealer with an online fiche. This site has the TTR fiche and lists prices in sterling - http://www.motosport.com/dirtbike/oem-parts/YAMAHA/2006/TTR250/CRANKCASE-COVER-1

I quite often use the fiche to get part numbers to use when ordering over the phone from MotoWard or Fowlers.

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We have found the NGK iridium plug gives better combustion when running on the fuel we get in the Philippines. Whether or not that applies to the UK I don't know but I think that tells me NGK's advertising is not all hot air.... Concerning the exhaust restrictor and airbox mod. Removing the exhaust restrictor increases the cylinders ability to flow air. Our experience was that once the exhaust restrictor was removed the airbox snorkel became the next impediment to breathing. We removed the snorkel entirely (it just pulls out with a little persuasion) The difference was significant and instantly noticeable. We are often riding in +32deg ambient temps and sometimes up to 3500ft asl so again the UK situation may not be comparable. 

Another mod was to drill some holes in the airbox cover and remove the foam padding from the right hand side cover panel.  Again this seemed to help.  However we don't do any deep water stuff so for those that do these mods may be unsuitable. 



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There doesn't appear to be a UK Yamaha dealer with an online fiche. This site has the TTR fiche and lists prices in sterling - http://www.motosport.com/dirtbike/oem-parts/YAMAHA/2006/TTR250/CRANKCASE-COVER-1

I quite often use the fiche to get part numbers to use when ordering over the phone from MotoWard or Fowlers.

Brian


That's a really handy site, it's a shame it isn't uk based. Have you got something to do with totally ttr's , I see the web site is in you siggy Brian?

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Have you got something to do with totally ttr's , I see the web site is in you siggy Brian?

Yep - that's my retirement hobby! I need something to subsidise my projects and keep the grey matter active wink

Just launched TTR "extras" which includes some of the miscellaneous bits that I seem to have accumulated supplies of - see http://www.ttr250.com/TTR_extras/

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Cool, looks like you are the main ttr man then? I am sure I will be needing some bits sooner rather than later too!

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