Yamaha RD350R5 – 1971 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : Yamaha
Year : 1971
Yamaha RD350R5 – 1971
Yamaha Gears: Five-speed manual
Start Type: Kick start
Colour: Metallic pearl orange and white
Drive Type: Chain
Date of 1st Registration: 20/05/1971
Engine Size: 349
A very comprehensive restoration of this Yamaha RD350R5
The engine has been fully rebuilt and the pistons are 1st o/s and within tolerances, the heads were taken off and checked while the engine was being rebuilt.
All the chrome was re-plated and the frame re-stoved to a very high standard.
The bodywork paint is original and excellent.
During the restoration a perfect condition pattern seat was fitted.
It has original factory wheel rims (re-chromed) and original pipes.
NOS clutch plates fitted.
A new ignition barrel was sourced as the old one was a little worn
The Carburetors have been stripped, ultrasonically cleaned and rebuilt using new kits, gaskets, jets and needles.
Electronic ignition, set up with a dial gauge, Iridium plugs with new leads complete this excellent restoration.
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