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    Yamaha Tr2 1970 value

    How much do you offer for this bike, runnig and all part is on. Some crack on clear Yamaha TR2 1970





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    please fill out your location so we know where the bike is located
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    Quote Originally Posted by danzx9r View Post
    How much do you offer for this bike, runnig and all part is on. Some crack on clear Yamaha TR2 1970





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    I would try to sell it on race bike mart, north American 2 strokes, Yamaha tz FB page, tz250.com or some other FB page. like gp250cc 2 strokes (350 also), yam racing 2 strokes....uscra or ahrma. vrra.... most here are cheap with a max budget of $500. you might be able to get more then $500
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    I wouldn't give you much for it, because it's not much of a TR2, assuming it actually is one. Not the correct front fender, not the correct fuel tank. Someone has converted it to run on the street, so it may have an R3 engine in it, or maybe the bike is a R3 with some reproduction TR2 parts. Front fender and chain guard look R3 or RD350. There was never a street version of the TR2.
    What is the fuel tank made out of?
    Are the rims alloy? What brand?
    Hard to tell from the photo, but is that front brake 4 L/S?
    Post more photos if you wish. Somewhere I have a factory manual and photos of an original unmolested one to compare.
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    Thanx Cyorg for info. i will post more pics a soon and better quality.

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    Nice project with some good TR parts and a mix of street parts probably added because there was no market for an obsolete race bike. Seat for example has been modified (stretched) from stock TR/TD but could probably be rescued. Fender is off a street bike and fork legs are too I suspect.

    Tank almost looks right but may be a fiberglass replica - similar to one I have here on the shelf. Fairing looks like a TR/TD and looks like the aftermarket copy I have hanging from the rafters.

    I need a new TR/TD/TZ project like a hole in the head, but that could be fun. My first Yamaha was a TZ350B with an RD400 stuffed inside and that turned out OK after a few years of searching for parts.
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    The brakes are TR2. The missing TR2 front fender and TR2 tach will likely be expensive and hard to find. The frame looks TR2 with the exception of the side stand. The swing arm looks like it was extended, which was a common mod at the time. The expansion chambers/mounting look correct except for the cans in place of the stingers. The fairing is a copy as is the tank, unless the tank had had some surgery. Do the engine and frame numbers match? Is there an oil tank in that tail section?
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    Well, I'll give $500 for it.
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