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Was around at a mates place and he pulled this magazine out his shed cupboard, article on the privately developed but funded by Yamaha Australia, TTR250 - WR250 development / hybrid / racer.Sidetrack TTR WRF 1.jpgSidetrack TTR WRF 2.jpgSidetrack TTR WRF 3.jpgSidetrack TTR WRF 4.jpgSidetrack TTR WRF 5.jpgSidetrack TTR WRF 6.jpgSidetrack TTR WRF 7.jpg



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Well there you go, would be nice, Geoff Ballard went from XR's to a TTR...as it happened I went to Yamaha after four Honda's

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Good read. Thanks for taking the time to scan it all.
Throws up more possible carb options too, apart from anything else...

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Interesting reading! Thanks for posting it up Steve wink



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mossproof wrote:

Good read. Thanks for taking the time to scan it all.
Throws up more possible carb options too, apart from anything else...


 Good to see they ran 36mm carbs because I'm just finishing a Keihin PWK 36 on mine, just finalising jetting.  Feels stronger and will dyno.  Will put up a new carb thread when it's done.

And I heard a whisper there is still one of those handbuilt frames left in Melbourne, would be nice to build a bike up.  I wonder where those bikes are now



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