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Old Yesterday, 01:22 PM   #3121
Join Date: Oct 2017
Location: Orillia Ontario canada
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chrisknight315 May possibly Own a  Yamaha Enduro?

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Hi I recently bought a yamaha ysr 50 that has a dt 400 engine in it. Cylinder head has a stamp that says 496 cc and has 2 spark plugs at the top but it's one cylinder. It's in the beginning stages. And has just been roughly put in the frame of the ysr. I'm new on here. If some one knows of a thread for people rebuilding the engine and putting them into a ysr 50, I'd greatly appreciate directions to those threads thanks.
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Old Yesterday, 06:51 PM   #3122
Join Date: Oct 2017
Location: East bay California
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Memorylane May possibly Own a  Yamaha Enduro?


Hello all, new here and have been riding since I was 9. I'm 52 and my first bike was a QA50, pretty sure it was a 1970 model. My second bike, a yellow mini enduro is why I ended up finding this site. I just bought a basket case JT1 of Craigslist and I'm in the process of getting it running. I grew up poor and didn't buy a running bike until my late teens, the QA50, the Enduro, the 76 RM125, all gotten running by me with help from my dad. Pretty proud of that now and looking back, all my interest , and energy went into how things worked. I've been an automotive mechanic for over 32 years now but my first love was motorcycles. I've got a story to tell about the Enduro that I'll post later and i hope to contribute to this site. Thanks for the info so far.
Leif in California.
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