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(121) Havas Ákos
Mon, 6 March 2017 20:26:55
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Hello Dear Yamaha Parts i would like to ask you for something I have a Yamaha RD125LC ready for restore but I can't seem to find the Parts and the Manual book if you can give me one i would be very happy Thank You

(120) Fernando Luiz Diem Neves
Sat, 11 February 2017 00:19:39
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Hi. I loved your bikes and the top restoration level! I have some vintage Yamahas too, a 74 DT250A like new, 73 TX500 and a 71 CS3C in restoration. Thank you very much!

(119) Chris Ede
Wed, 19 October 2016 23:06:43
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I think its brilliant the work you do , all your motorcycles are wonderful.
I lusted after the yamaha as1, , but alas never had one . I did have a new rd400 in 1977, that was a fine machine , but the as1 was my school boy love , hahaha,

keep up the wonderful work

kind regards Chris

(118) Scott Stewart
Wed, 23 March 2016 04:41:24
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Hello! First, I want to congratulate you on a wonderful website! I am a car/motorcycle restorer as a hobby, but a web developer by trade, and I have to tell you that yours is one of the best motorcycle sites I have ever seen, and I've been looking at them for years!

Secondly, I have a question: I have been collecting Yamaha Enduros and MX bikes and Suzuki MX bikes for a long time. Last week, I bought a YAS1C in an auction on a lark, knowing nothing about them. I have never seen one, and have no knowledge about them. As I develop a plan for the bike, and seeing that you are experts on them, I wondered if you might advise me if there is anything notable that I will have trouble locating in the way of parts. The bike is quite complete, but the seat is in bad shape. The bike has sat for a very long time, but only has 6,000 miles on it, so it doesn't have much wear. The only parts I can think of I need off the bat are a seat, grips, throttle tube, and foot pegs. Any advice you can give is much appreciated!

Regards,

Scott Stewart

(117) Karl-Friedrich Aster
Sun, 20 December 2015 19:52:03
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I want to thank you very much for getting the parts-catalogue for AS 2J. I am in pension and all my life
I was yamaha-dealer and it is nessesary for me to
built this Little bike up professional.
K.-F. Aster, Menden - Germany -

(116) Tom Koch
Wed, 7 October 2015 02:26:24
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Thank you so much..for not only your collection, but the wonderful videos that allowed me to hear again, the wonderful sound of the first bikes I owned as a 16 year old...a 100cc Yamaha, and then a 180cc (first year model which immediately displayed a flawed 2nd gear design that basically ruined my summer ). We beat these bikes unmercifully at times, and they just kept going. I loved them then, and now at 66, envy you for having the thrill of riding them. I currently have my 1975 Honda 550/4 that I bought new...has never failed me in any way. but those 2 strokes...oh, the memories.

Great job..thank you for sharing with the world.

Rochester, NY

(115) Rowland
Fri, 3 July 2015 21:30:36
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I grew up wanting an AS2C and was checking out the internet when I came across your youtube videos. You've done an excellent job on all your restorations. I've been hunting for an AS2C for about a year now but haven't found the right one yet.

Thanks for the download of the rider's manual and best wishes on all your future projects.

Rowland
Asheville, NC USA

(114) Alejandro Pereira
Sat, 2 May 2015 00:52:30
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Dear Sir. Just today I downloded your manuals because I have a RD 125 and AS3. Ready to restore. At the same time I have en YB 50 for use as a rapid linkage between my garage and spare parte shop. Just now I am finishig an fj 1100. Do you think if I like Yamaha?

(113) ed heckman
Mon, 13 April 2015 20:43:21
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loved finding your site great job on bikes! My bikes of interest are 68 yas1c, 68 yr2c, 68 a7ss avenger, 69 ds6c,70 r5,68 ycs1, 99 hayabusa, 2009 vmx 1700, 2009 r1,and possibly soon to buy 72 h1 500. IN 1969 I bought the 1st sandcast 750 in san luis obispo count calif. I was 16 yrs. old however my chain broke and destroyed the cases. I loved that bike and put 60,000 mi on it in 3 yrs.my z1,900 came next.

(112) Emil Svensson
Sat, 14 February 2015 17:52:25
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Hi!
I am 17 years old and live in Sundsvall Sweden and I have a 1976 Yamaha RD 125 that my dad inspired me into finding (my dad bought it for me as my 15th birthday present after I found it through "blocket.se"). I drove it about 10 000 kilometers last summer and I like it alot. I just wanted to say that after finally finding your website, Ole and Joacim I must say that I have found a hidden gem on the internet and I will start looking through all your restorations. Were do you get all the nice parts from though? Just ebay or some other hidden gem website? Email me.
Emil