1983 Yamaha Tz 250 J-K

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Motorcycle Make

Yamaha

Model

Tz 250 J-K

Year

1983

Mileage

500

Condition

PERFECT

Item Location

Atlanta, Ga

Modifications

J model with K heads, intake manifolds, trick transmission

1983 TZ-250J, 6 races, the last at the last Riverside, new cranks, Dymags, 16 on the front made for quicker handling i.e.  reduced trail.  single slotted disk on 650 center carrier [lighter then std] gripped by a cast iron caliper. the standard ally or factory magnesium calipers were weak, gave poor performance.  Getting rid of one flywheel/ disk also made it handle...sharper.  the wide 16 gave confidence.  trick transmission; factory kit gears mated with an RD 5th as I remember gave improved spacing.  K heads and intake manifolds, J's and K's were the same except for those items. Never been up the street, all the original spares, wheels etc..  $10,000.  Free shipping, you should pick it up due to it being a fairly expensive acquisition and the spares, other wise shipping will be crates, expense and no inspection, unless you have a local contact.

  Stuart Atlanta.

1983 TZ-250J, 6 races, the last, at the last Riverside, new cranks, Dymags, 16 on the front made for quicker handling i.e.  reduced trail.  single slotted disk, the factory Yamaha's and Kawasaki's ran sloted disks. [can tell you about that and that development] on 650 center carrier [lighter then std] gripped by a cast iron caliper. the standard ally or factory magnesium calipers were weak, gave poor performance.  Getting rid of one flywheel/ disk also made it handle...sharper.  the wide 16 gave confidence.  trick transmission; factory kit gears mated with an RD 5th as I remember gave improved spacing.  K heads and intake manifolds, J's and K's were the same except for those items. Never been up the street, all the original spares, wheels etc..  $10,000.  Free shipping, if you pick it up; due to it being a fairly expensive acquisition and the spares,it should be looked at by you or your agent. other wise shipping will be crates, expense and no inspection, unless you have a local contact for that.  

  Stuart Atlanta.

The pic of the Kawasaki is Cris Carr, Nick Ienatsch, Middle weight super bike, 1st Sat. and Sunday. Barber 2015

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