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The new 50cc Yamaha! WAY HOTTNESS!!!

Ok... so maybe it inspires to be a R1...but it is just fine with me the way it is!!

Too bad its only in Europe!

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Displacement 49.7cc
Bore x stroke 40.3 x 39mm
Compression ratio 11.5 : 1
Maximum power 1.3kW @ 5,500rpm
Maximum torque 2.58Nm @ 5,500rpm
Lubrication system Separate lubrication
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Width (mm) 689mm
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Damn Europeans get all the cool stuff.

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ahhhh, takes me back to the days of my YSR50. my very first street bike. boy did i turn heads with that thing (probably because of how goofy i looked riding it). it was fun though. this thing looks pretty cool. is it bigger than the average 50? it looks nearly the size of a 250 ninja, but maybe that is just the perspective of the pics.
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It looks to be on par in size with the Aprilia RS 50. Not as big as the Ninja but larger than the YSR.

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Cmon, it looks cool, but you know none of you would ride it other than for a joke. Think of how bad a 250 ninja gets ripped on for being too small, and that would put the smackdown on a 50!

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Cmon, it looks cool, but you know none of you would ride it other than for a joke. Think of how bad a 250 ninja gets ripped on for being too small, and that would put the smackdown on a 50!

True, but the bike does look damn sweet for a 50!!!


It even has passanger pegs and a seat!!!

dont know how far you could get with 2 people but hey, whatever works
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I've imported vehicles before, I bet you could get one if you really wanted it. Just double the price.
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ive been looking at those on bikepics.com for a while. lucky fuggers....... id ride it, funny but fun. And who would NOT get one of these for a newbie.
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ahem

p.s.- why is this in the suzuki area?
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Got a price and a view from the back?
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Yamaha TZR 50, 2004 model (54 plate), ......£1700
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Yamaha TZR50, 2004, Fully de-restricted, 12 mths tax, Data tag (not fitted or registered yet........£1550Bev, Southend on sea 07717216784 - Essex
a used 2004 in the UK goes for under 2000 pounds. whats the conversion?
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a used 2004 in the UK goes for under 2000 pounds. whats the conversion?
4G's US

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Cmon, it looks cool, but you know none of you would ride it other than for a joke. Think of how bad a 250 ninja gets ripped on for being too small, and that would put the smackdown on a 50!
I never got ripped on for riding my YSR at the Gap or any where else. The all had respect when I would fly buy full throttle in mid corner while they were hard on the breaks.

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It looks to be on par in size with the Aprilia RS 50. Not as big as the Ninja but larger than the YSR.
thats a tight machine, but i think yur right on the size diff, honda made one in the 90's 50cc but bigger, think it was a NS or somthing like that 4 stroke
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I never got ripped on for riding my YSR at the Gap or any where else. The all had respect when I would fly buy full throttle in mid corner while they were hard on the breaks.
LOL you cant really diss em, there jus kewl
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i'd buy it and put my 250 engine in it. then i could take over the world.
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p.s.- why is this in the suzuki area?
it took so long to notice.
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LOL you cant really diss em, there jus kewl

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I just remembered how badass I thought these were.
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