The TT600 Thread

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

  1. Fantuzzi

    Fantuzzi Been here awhile

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    It is the stock gear lever, I guess.
    The bike is sold meanwhile.
  2. tscham

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    Thank you for replying! Not the stock one, but looks really nice, though.
  3. Mr.JAJA

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    As I remember, the splines are the same. The lima housing on later bikes and 12 Volt XT can be different. But with being a XT steel shifter, you can heat it up and bend as needed.
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    Perfect, thank you! Ok, if, whenever you can, you could tell me of the dimensions of the 86 XT600E's, I would very deeply appreciate it! Thank you very much for all the help!!
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    This a XT600 from a 3TB motor and the short TT600 Aluminum version. 20210516_091805.jpg 20210516_091827.jpg 20210516_091916.jpg
  6. tscham

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    WOW, THANK YOU VERY, VERY MUCH!! Well, absolutely noticeable difference between the two, though my TT-RE's stock lever is different (and seems longer than the aluminium one you posted).

    Will try to source the XT 600's lever for a fair price, thought it might be difficult. Thank you very much for all your help!!
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  8. Mr.JAJA

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    Thank you, I will. But, on principle, can you tell me if it should fit my TT-RE?
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    For a TT600R (2000), are the following specs for the front wheel bearing and seal correct:
    BALL BEARING 6003-2RS. 17-35-10 & OIL SEAL(4DA) 22x35x5mm

    Does anyone know the size for the rear bearings and seals?

    Thanks!
  11. Mr.JAJA

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    I don't have a TT-RE to compare. the splines is what I see and there should fit. Bend and length, I don't know.


  12. tscham

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    I completely understand! Will order and try it out. Thank you very much for all your help!!
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    Hey guys, here is small upgrade of my wheels - powder coated rims (black) and hubs (chrome and blue), stainless spokes :-)
    #TT600Rally #TT600R #YamahaTT600 #YamahaRally
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    From where could I buy repair kit for the front and rear brake master cylinder?
    From what other bike are the parts compatible?

    Also does the TT600RE wheal with cush-drive compatible to the TT600R ?

    Thanks!
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    Hi guys and girls!

    I'm a new TTR owner, and it's the most fun bike I've owned so far:clap.

    The bike is a 1999 Belgarda TT600R.
    It's currently in supermoto trim but it's got all the parts to build it back to original, which is what I'm doing.

    I also already have my first question, and I'm sure someone can help me.
    Is it possible to easily install a cushdrive on these bikes?
    A RE wheel might fit but those are quite rare in Holland...

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  20. tscham

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    Hello, guys,


    I do have great luck all-round, but, sometimes, I hit the jackpot:

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    Just snapped the top of the exhaust valve cover on my 2004 TT 600 RE.. This is the part:
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    Does any of you have a suggestion on how to get if off? Dunno, weld another bit to and try to unscrew? Drill holes to try and get a hold of it? Try to break it to pieces? I also thought about using some Nural paste, which then hardens up just enough to reuse or enable unscrewing..

    Any advice is appreciated.

    Thank you very much.