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Yamaha TT-R 250

Further TTR links *Revised 2011

The TTR250 has an air-cooled, 4 4 valve, DOHC single electric start, six (fairly ratio) speed gearbox and brakes front and rear. tend to be very enthusiastic the model and justifiably so. I am one such and when I first got my TTR I struggled to any information on it — hence FAQ developed. I am now on my third TTR (a new 2004 and still think they are the all-round trail bike

I live in Devon, a County in the South West of the UK, which has an of unsurfaced roads also by trail riders in the UK as green

Overall the TTRs are very made with some touches like decent guards, chunky spokes, alloy swing-arm on the Open models, engine oil sight-glass, big stainless steel header hand-adjustable rear damping on the blue models, a plastic and back-up kickstart. Starts and has a quiet smooth engine a light clutch and lots of torque.

The gears are nice and close and relatively brisk acceleration in the gears and, by the time you get to you have a proper high gear. Very comfortable to with quite firm and suspension. The engine is quite for an air-cooled lump and incorporates a carb.

Yamaha have routed the carb breather up over the airbox and have valves on the drain pipes prevents cutting out in deep

The road legal version was in the UK between 2003 and 2005 and UK officially imported approximately 781

TTR250s are particularly suitable for starting out on trail riding. are not too tall (and lowering are readily available for those a short inside leg) and the all-important electric start. taken out a lot of newbies trail an electric start can make the between exhaustion and an enjoyable as, invariably, there will be of stalling and perhaps a few gentle

Four strokes in particular like going horizontal restarting without an electric can be difficult.

The TTR handles beautifully and can be chucked into bends and around in an impressive manner. It tracks very nicely and across, ruts. The suspension is good and absorbs bumps and really well but doesn’t or bottom out on the bigger whoops.

In areas where there is a bit of roadwork to be covered between the the six-speed box comes into its Yamaha WRs, Honda etc all suffer from being on the road because they only five gears. The all-day comfy seat is an bonus when compared to the planks that pass for on some off-road bikes.

Yamaha TT-R 250
Yamaha TT-R 250
Yamaha TT-R 250
Yamaha TT-R 250
Yamaha TT-R 250

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