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1986 Yamaha TT350
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1986 Yamaha TT350

Date Updated June 22, 2001

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Average Rating

98/100

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1986 Yamaha TT350 Specifications
  Engine

Displacement

346 cc

Bore x Stroke

86 mm x 59 mm

Engine Features

DOHC, four-valve

Compression Ratio

9.1:1

Engine Cooling

Air
  Ignition

Ignition Type

CDI
  Carburetion

Carburetor

Teikei Y24pv/1
  Transmission

Transmission

6 - speed

First Gear

2.466 : 1

Second Gear

1.1812 : 1

Third Gear

1.368 : 1

Fourth Gear

1.08 : 1

Fifth Gear

0.888 : 1

Sixth Gear

0.758 : 1

Primary Reduction

2.916 : 1

Final Drive

14/50
  Chassis

Frame Type

Steel, single downtube

Steering Rake (Castor)

27.5 degrees

Steering Trail

4.5 in

Wheelbase

58 in

Ground Clearance

12 in

Seat Height

36 in

Weight, dry

266 pounds

Fuel Tank Capacity

2.5 gallons
  Forks

Forks

Showa 41mm

Fork Travel

11.0 in
  Shock

Shock(s)

Showa, adj reb

Shock Travel

11 in

Shock Preload

External
  Wheels and Tires

Front Wheel

21 in

Rear Wheel

18 in

Brakes

Disk/Drum
  Power

Maximum Horsepower

25.5 hp at 8000 RPM

Maximum Torque

18.8 ft/lbs at 6000 RPM
  Other Information

Intended Use

Enduro, Hare Scrambles

Color Scheme

white/red

Cost when new

$2199

Country of Origin

Japan

1986 Yamaha TT350 Reviews

Blitz393
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Reviews: 4

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Apr 10, 2004

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Posted: Jun 7, 2004 11:54 PM   Back to Top
Legacy Review (Score:1)
Power
for a bike designed for trail riding, it is great! this thing will out-tow my truck. likes the short shifts, when the YZ's crank went, i tried to ride it like a MX bike, it is defenitely not a revver
Suspension
very plush and you hardly notice the suspension at all... which is a good thing! you do, however, notice that it bottoms out harshly on jumps larger than like 30 feet but that is defenitely not the intended use of the bike. perfect for what it was made for
Brakes
the front was OK, but only in comparison to the rear drum :D
Comments
hits: awesome torque curve, great power characteristics, perfect suspension for trails.
misses: doesn't like to start, it's been that way ever since we got it. jetting is a nightmare with 2 carbs. the bars are high and the seat is low, weight is high.
the verdict: awesome trailbike, bad MX bike!
Rating
95
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rjm65
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Reviews: 2


Location: San Diego CA


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Jun 9, 2003

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Posted: Jul 16, 2003 8:19 PM   Back to Top
Legacy Review (Score:1)
Power
Lots of low end of course! Very trackable, no surprises.
Suspension
A little soft for any serious riding, designed for fairly smooth trails, fireroads.
Brakes
Excellent disc front, rear drum is average.
Comments
I've had this bike since new, very happy with it. Few mods here and there to upgrade suspension to match the type of riding I do. Given the bike was designed as an off-road trail bike, it is about a perfect a design as you can have, unfortunately this bike was only made for 2 years (in the TT model). If you look at the almost identical XT, and it's 15+ year almost unchanged production run, it says a lot for what Yamaha came up with in 1986!
Rating
100
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