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Old 06 December 2018, 06:39   #1
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Yamaha 60/70hp block

Looking for the two block halves for a 60/70hp Yamaha 2 stroke 3 cylinder
Let me know what you’ve got
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I must have one somewhere. Are you using the mechanical advance electrics?
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That would be excellent, if you do have one would you mind sending it to Norway? I’ll obviously pay for it, no bother if not I can do it

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I've got a yamaha engine 60hp put oil injection £1200 Ono Tony on mob 07931 857604.
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Thanks Tony but I'm just after the block halves
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This is what you want but it will need honed/ re-bored , no idea if its standard bore size
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Looks alright to me, it will be getting bored to 0.50 over anyway. If you get a chance would you mind checking the bore size? Do you know if it's been ported/blended at all? Need it to be legal for racing
What are you after for it?
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Looks alright to me, it will be getting bored to 0.50 over anyway. If you get a chance would you mind checking the bore size? Do you know if it's been ported/blended at all? Need it to be legal for racing
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99% sure this will be standard. Pm your phone number.
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