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Old 04 February 2014, 16:21   #1
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55hp yams

Any reason why these are 2 cylinder?

Are they any good?
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Very good but getting a tad old now Henry!

im guessing you still looking for one?
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Very good but getting a tad old now Henry!

im guessing you still looking for one?
guys selling a 1999 one, pending pics.

and yes can't believe i still haven't found one. There has always been a problem with every one

either it hasnt got ptt or its bad condition or over priced!
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good engines tho.,, remember a 99 engine 15 years ols so there will be things or many things that need doing.. my 2004 needed a fair few things doing. new starter, fuel pump. ram seals.crank sensor. water pump plus housing. all the anodes n shit.. and was stored up for 3 years.. anything that looked remotely not suitable was changed
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good engines tho.,, remember a 99 engine 15 years ols so there will be things or many things that need doing.. my 2004 needed a fair few things doing. new starter, fuel pump. ram seals.crank sensor. water pump plus housing. all the anodes n shit.. and was stored up for 3 years.. anything that looked remotely not suitable was changed
Wanted..New owner for 2004 yam..current one doesn't look remotely suitable and needs changing......
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are the 3cyl yam 50s not better?
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Ha Ha.. would put a 70 on if i could find a nice one!!
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he is only after 750, that would leave me with 500 to spend.
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he is only after 750, that would leave me with 500 to spend.
I'd spend the whole lot on an engine
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Any reason why these are 2 cylinder? Are they any good?
Bit 'agricultural' compared to the 3 cylinder engines. Simple and older tech, you see quite a few under the enduro badge in africa and asia.
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