That's not bad for a good yamahopper. Yamaha still has parts for themas their fairly current pw50 uses the same drive train. Cheap to maintain and reliable as well. I had to rebuild the top end on mine. I honed the cylinder, sanded the scoring on the piston and installed new rings. The thing runs like new and has nice pickup for being a non-variated 1speed. Just don't buy parts on eBay before you check your local dealer. You'd be surprised at how cheap they are and what they have in stock.
Re: Yamaha 1980 QT50
|Robert Rosselit||05/27/08 11:46PM|
|Nash .||05/28/08 07:11AM|
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