How to buy the carburettor of Yamaha RD 350? how much it will cost?

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chutani121 answered 8 years ago

RD 125

124cc 2-stroke twin. 16hp, 240lb, 70mpg, 75mph.

Pre 12hp restriction sporty 125. Bouncy handling and an apetite for plugs are the bad bits, decent go is the good side. You’ll pay about £400 for a good, late (1981) model – if you can find one.

RD 125 LC

123cc l/c 2-stroke single. 12hp, 210lb, 70mpg, 70mph.

Sporty-looking learner special with similar performance to all the others. Now getting long in the tooth and lacking the crucial street race cred of the newer stuff. Liable to have been severely abused, check the rear suspension for wear and the motor for alleged tuning.

Yamaha RD125LC Prices: Low £350, High £600

RD 250

247cc 2-stroke twin. 30hp, 330lb, 50mpg, 95mph.

Pre-liquid cooling sports 250 with fine performance if in very good condition. High rates of engine wear can make this an unwise choice unless mileage is very low and standard very high.

Yamaha RD250 Prices: Low £100, High £400

RD 250 LC

247cc 2-stroke twin. 35hp, 310lb, 40mpg, 100mph.

Faster and more reliable water-cooled offspring of the old RD250. May seem irrelevant as the 350 is easily available, but still fun. Exhausts and carbs can give rise to problems, and be very careful to avoid raced examples.

Yamaha RD250LC Prices: Low £350, High £750

RD 350 LC

347cc l/c 2-stroke twin. 45hp, 320lb, 35mpg, 110mph.

Just the same as the 250LC but with a bigger engine and a second front disc. Same faults and similar performance, but with less stress. Very exciting to ride and very popular with racers, street and track.

Yamaha RD350LC Prices: Low £650, High £1250

RD 350 F

347cc 2-stroke twin. 59hp, 320lb, 45mpg, 120mph

Thorough redesign of the earlier Elsie with an improved chassis and Power Valve engine makes this the sports 350 to go for. Few problem areas as long as raced examples are avoided. Absolute tops in the smiles per mile ratings on twisty roads! No longer made and Mitsui have stopped importing the Brazil-built RD350R.

Yamaha RD 350 F
Yamaha RD 350 F

Price dependant on condition and lack of home tuner’s attention.

Yamaha RD350F Prices: Low £900, High £2000

RD 400

398cc 2-stroke twin. 40hp, 365lb, 45mpg, 105mph

Quick pre-LC street racer. Fast enough for almost anyone with demon accelaration, but weak brakes. Engine wear will be the big problem along with rising prices caused by the Jap Classic brigade. Buy the final E-version with cast wheels and electronic ignition.

Original pipes totally unobtainable.

Yamaha RD400 Prices: Low £250, High £500

RD 500 LC

499cc l/c 2-stroke V4. 79hp, 392lb, 35mpg, 135mph.

First of the real racer reps with mucho performance and dead flash styling. Excellent handling and brakes, allied to the racer bodywork make this the ultimate LC. Looks a bit dated now and smokes a lot.

Sound design but check carefully for signs of crash damage. They never hacked it on the track so unlikely to have been raced. Appreciating in value against equivalent NS and RG simply because of Yamaha’s 2-stroke heritage, not because it’s the best bike.

Main bearings go AWOL at exactly 20,000 miles.

Yamaha RD500LC Prices: Low £1900, High £3000

Yamaha RD 350 F
Yamaha RD 350 F
Yamaha RD 350 F
Yamaha RD 350 F
Yamaha RD 350 F

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