The TT600 Thread

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by Zahnarzt, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. OzCRU

    OzCRU Long timer

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    @ramoneTT600R
    Looking very nice indeed!
    The rear plastic - is that from a KTM?
    Which year & model? - it’s a much more modern look & suits the TTR very well!!
    How much modifying did you have to do to this part? Do you have close up photos of that install?
    Also interested in more info about your front headlights & fairing if you don’t mind sharing some more details.
    Thanks in advance!!
  2. Tritwin

    Tritwin Been here awhile

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    Hi. I am in need of a new Clutch wire!! Were to buy??
  3. ramoneTT600R

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    Hi @OzCRU
    Thank you :) The rear fender is from KTM EXC 08-12, it needs some cut under the seat to fit and also make some diy holders (I have not made it yet, zip ties hold :)), and thats all. Subframe is uncovered after fender change, Im planning to cut rear part of subframe -I dont need it and it could help to lose some weight.
    The tower - it is radegarage fairing kit k3 for husky701, I posted some more pictures few pages back, but it is not finished so I dont have final pictures yet.

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  4. OzCRU

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    Thank you :clap That’s perfect & I’ll go back & look at the Rade Garage fairing.
  5. Tritwin

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    Find clutch wire at KEDO gmbh
  6. AlicFat

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    Подходящее. Но вам просто необходимо установить седло от YAMAHA TT600E с доработками.
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    [QUOTE = "Dominatoras, post: 41117634, member: 256778"] Всем привет
    Кто-нибудь знает, подходит ли этот танк напрямую к TT600RE 2004?
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  7. panterg55

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    Привет AliFat , Ницца глядя TT , Я никогда не видел ранее Acerbis танк установлен на TT 600 R , большие фото !
  8. Ian_TT

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    Well.... a buddy of mine messaged me recently:
    - Hey, do you have fender and sidepanel for a TT600? A friend needs it.
    - Yamaha have some, said to him.
    - No, they don't have.
    - Huhh?...

    So I checked some part no., and its true, most of the TT600R/RE specific parts what I bought easily at the dealer a couple of years ago, are not available anymore from Yamaha. FCK! Front and rear fender, clutch cable, battery box and a couple of other parts I checked.

    To be honest, this made me thinking. I had several old or exotic cars, where the parts were only available from scrapped cars or from private overseas import. Didn't want to start this with an another vehicle again.
    I think I should avoid off-road courses from now, use the bike on sunny sundays only, and hope I'll need nothing more than oil and filters for it... :becca
  9. panterg55

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    Hi Ian_TT , There is a new Facebook Group looking at getting the TTR and TTRE rear fenders made , All the members from the other TT Facebook Groups have joined - TT 600 - Acerbis/YAMAHA Belgarda , Cheers Glenn . Put this in your Facebook search ( /www.facebook.com/groups/218158413247618 )
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  10. Ian_TT

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    Thanks, at least somethings going on. The plastics are most obvious parts. Right now I need a nice battery box, because I'm in the process of converting to electric start.
    If anybody have a nice battery box for the 2004 TT600RE, and wants to sell it (in Europe), please message me. Thanks.
  11. panterg55

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  12. ramoneTT600R

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    Hey tuscan, here are photos with the seat
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  13. Ian_TT

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    Great job. I just want you to know, that you're one of the TT600 owners (beside a couple of others) whose work inspire me on my own ADV/Rally styled build.
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  14. ramoneTT600R

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    Good to know! :) So upload your progress....are you rebuilding your TTR too?
    Beside this upgrade on my TTR, Im developing my own tripmaster, so much work on it...
  15. Ian_TT

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    Just started to build, no pics yet. Couple of parts arrived already (ie. acerbis tank). Lot of other parts needed, I try to figure out, what to order. The bike is now disassembled, upside/down on the shop floor haha...
    This will be more of an adventure build. The plan is: electric (and kick)starter, big tank, rally styled fairing, navigation tower styled headlight holder, new lcd tachometer/dash, all-around led lighting (headlight too), modern style plastics, comfort seat, USD fork with Öhlins internals, XTRIG fork clamps, rubber mounted handlebar mounts, Scott's steering damper, Fatbar handlebar, center stand+under engine subframe+heavy duty bashplate unit, and who knows what else... usually every custom work is done by mysefl, so it seems I have a lot of work till summer haha...

    How did you organized the custom graphics set with N1design? Unfortunately I didn't find a local company here yet to make a suitable quality stickers.
  16. tuscan

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  17. tuscan

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    Some pictures to inspire @invy who is looking to lighten his TT600R...

    Fabio Gani and his WR630TTR...

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    Here are his modifications...
    Article originally in New Italain Enduro Magazine I think - can't seem to find it now....

    WR450F Excel front wheel and TTR FA BA hub;
    WR450F Braking 270mm wave disc;
    Nissin pump and caliper;
    Marzocchi Shiver 50mm Factory and Andreani triple clamps;
    WRP 28mm handlebar;
    TrailTech Vapor digital instruments;
    Polysport headlight and integral handguards;
    09 Beta 450rr left hand light switch;
    handmade carbon-Kevlar 9-liter, double tap (lines) gas tank,
    09 YZ450F seat, airbox, side panels, and fenders;
    handmade rear sub-frame 16x1mm AISI 316;
    oil cooler from 85 Tene;
    Rigomoto exhaust muffler replaced w/carbon fiber shell;
    CRS 31mm dual Keihin carb;
    Wiseco 10:1 98mm piston;
    LA Sleeve cylinder; head reported;
    Barnett Kevlar clutch kit w/reinforced springs;
    elongated clutch lever on engine to soften command;
    Xfun fast action handlebar clutch lever;
    Carter clutch left side TT59x magnesium w/custom oil lubrication pipe; handmade carbon-Kevlar engine cover;
    09 Beta 450rr aluminum side-stand;
    titanium and ergal engine bolts and part of frame;
    oil tank modified and re-welded for reduced heat under carb;
    LED light post;
    Ohlins nitrogen tank moved to not take heat from exhaust;
    post Beta 450rr brake master cylinder with integrated reservoir;
    WR450F Excel rear wheel w/spacer between hub and sprocket;
    WR450F Braking 220mm rear wave disc;
    rear inner-tube reinforced 4mm (soon will try tubeless);
    second tire block on rear rim;
    gloss black frame;
    handmade handlebar hot-start;
    synthetic sponge anti-mud and motor guards.

    Result: bike weighs 130kg with 3kg of oil but no fuel.

    Build by by Fabio Gani
  18. Ian_TT

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    Awesome. Just imagined to paint my frame black (since I do some welding, it's a must), and leave the engine silver. And voila, here it is. Looks good...
    Some of these pics are from Subito.... what was the price, if you remember?
  19. MeglK

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    Hello @ramoneTT600R

    I was wondering how you are powering all the extra equipment? I know the TT600R's have a wierd stator constallation and a somewhat weak power output, but i guess you must have some sort of extra battery in there some where?
    I am curious as I want to build in a small 12V LI-ION battery on my bike and are not sure if i can just plug it where the capasitor goes or i need a second voltage regulator...
    BR MeglK
  20. PTR777

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    Hello,

    Im still noob, my first post here. But i am about to buy myself a tt600e belgarda , year 2000. Its cheap beat up old dog but im not worried about the condition because i can wrench but parts availability. What webshops do you recomend for parts ? Secondly, where can i find the service shop manual for that model. I have found for newer ttr600 and older one but not for my model.

    I Thanks guys!