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1985 Yamaha Rz250rr


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Item: 1985 RZ250RR Yamaha 250cc 2 stroke

Location: South Australia, Adelaide

Item Condition: Excellent condition

Reason for Selling: need $$

Price and Payment Conditions: $1700 ono - interstate buyers welcome, but freight and costs is up to them

Extra Info: Bike has been fully rebuilt. New big end bearings, balanced craankshaft, new oil seals. New top end (except pistons which were in excellent condition), new rings and hone. Powervalves have new seals, new everything. Motor is very fresh. Front and rear shocks have been rebuilt (new oil and gas) new throttle cables, new tyre, new rear brakes etc etc....list goes on and on. Fairings are off the bike due to being fixed and painted. Currently unfinished.

Contact Details: 0405 241 064 anytime

pic below is same model as bike, can supply actual pics of bike on request. This bike is a rocket.

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