Discussion in 'Hangout Lounge' started by Polock, Mar 3, 2017.
May it has 5 valves cuz it has a maxim X seat set on it....lol
Not very good research ,though
went a little overboard using that many valves to mount the seat
I was wondering how many airheads Yamaha made with 5 valves per cylinder!
Probably used wikipedia.
I didn't realize my xj700n was missing 12 of its valves. That explains a lot. I should have done more research.
They may have gotten sucked out if you experienced a vacuum leak at some point.
they are used to secure the seat look and you will see them
Dang it, now I gotta clean up all the coffee I just sprayed...
a little over my skill level to work on but 2 for 1
this could be saved
those pesky titles
for gods sake man
"motor is complete less cylinder head and carburetor and magneto.."
Yeah, other than that...
Yeah! Oh, forgot -----other than the seat, bars, .....and, well--basically EVERYTHING.
but hey, most of the original rust is there......along with more.
It's a yanaha!
Anyone see this???
Collectors Dream!= Dent on gas tank, it is a shiny dent though
0 miles on rebuilt carburetor.= won't start
Front caliper is seized and needs to be rebuilt or replaced= stops as well as it go's
he forgot the extra air filtration system and custom tank badges
For $3k, I'd expect to have the correct exhaust, the correct airbox and boots hooked correctly, and a not-bent rear left signal in addition to what was already mentioned
Purple 650 turbo - I can see why it stayed in the garage
Anyone see this----
Funny thing about that serial number on the 550r he listed below......
yes he must be the member with the seca 550 because it also has a maxim front wheel
1981 Yamaha SECA 550 Only 475 Miles Serial #000002
Price Realized 1,350.00 USD
Date Sold 5/3/2018
Brand new restored only $4000. you will never see one exactly the same. a real diamond
God that's ugly