Originally Posted by Sniper X
Very nice indeed. I loved the way Yamaha painte dthe bikes in the 70s. I worked for a local dealer when they were new, in the mid 1970s until about 1978. I loved the Yamaha XS650 and the TX series and until everyone at the shop ragged on the TX750, I thought I wanted one. But I had a Daytona RD400F and since it was faster, and so sexy looking, I never got a TX750.....Beautiful work and hope it lasts forever. I hear riden as they should be they can be quite reliable.
We rode the slab for 60 miles in the morning because we were in a hurry... 75-80mph, no worries, sounded, felt great. I had dropped two teeth on the rear sprocket and up one on the front for longer legs. The Amsoil 20-50 makes the clutch a bit grabby, but the engine protection, it's a minor inconvenience.
Too much is just barely enough.....
2007 Tiger 1050
2005 Royal Star Tour DeLuxe
1973 Yamaha TX750 1984 Yamaha RZ350
1974 Norton 850 Commando Roadster