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Atoyot

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About Atoyot

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  • Birthday 01/02/1962

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  • Current Bike(s)
    MT01, TRX850, XS650 x 4, RD400, DT400, CT1B, DT2, AG175 and other non-Yammies

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Orange NSW Australia
  • Interests
    Bikes, older bikes, touring, cafe racers, choppers, you name it!

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  1. You've got a bike to cover just about all moods there! The XS is an ancestor of the TRX, and you can even get them sounding like a TRX with a crank rephase to 270 or 277 degrees. I'll eventually be converting one of mine to 270. Best of luck finding the bits you need.
  2. Ah still planning to do some photos, but too busy in the last few weeks. Will have to get all the bikes out of the shed soon as it's being wired for lights and power (can't wait for that, as I know where I'll be on those cold winter nights; up in my insulated shed with the heater on working on Yamaha's) so that will prompt me to arrange them for a shoot when they're all outside. Really excited this week as I rode for the first time in almost 2 months! Been recovering from 6 broken ribs and a broken collarbone. I wish I could say it was a monumental dirt bike stack, but it wasn't anything
  3. Yep I'll take a couple of pics this weekend and look at how to post them.
  4. Hi all, I can't believe that Ive never visited here before, as I have a couple of Yamahas, well actually 11 altogether, so I'm often on the lookout for parts, advice, inspiration and ideas! I actually just bought my 11th last week; a 1999 TRX850. and it's actually the 2nd youngest that I have. Youngest is my 2008 MT01, and the oldest is my 1969 CT1. I didn't start out collecting Yamahas, but I suppose it started off with my first one, which I still have. A Cinnamon Brown TX650A built in 1974 but bought from a mate in 1981. Its a slow process of restoration which started many years ag
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