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2002 Yamaha TTR225 Off-Road Model

Postby 4Strokes » Wed May 17, 2017 12:46 pm

2002 Yamaha TT-R225 Off-Road Model

Designed for both new and casual off-road riders, the 223cc, four-stroke, air cooled SOHC TT-R225 is tailor-made for fun and reliability. For anyone who has ever taught the joys of riding to another, the benefit of electric start is beyond description. It simplifies the learning process – the biggest obstacle a beginner rider must overcome. If the rider makes the mistake of stalling in first gear, he simply engages the clutch, hits the start button and takes off.

For added confidence, a low seat height (33.6 inches) enables most riders to easily plant both feet firmly on the ground. A wide seat, comfortable handlebar bend, roomy ergonomics and smooth transmission allow beginners to learn the basics and novices to master their skills.

A six-speed manual transmission; front disc for excellent stopping power; long travel front (8.9 inches) and rear (7.4 inches) suspension; and a ground clearance of more than 11 inches, lets the rider flow across the terrain while increasing ability and confidence. The 2002 TT-R225 is available in Team Yamaha Blue/White. The TT-R225 will arrive in dealerships nationwide by September 2001. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price is $2,999.

Engine Specifications
Type: 223cc, Air-cooled, SOHC, four-stroke
Bore & Stroke: 70 x 58mm
Compression ratio: 9.5:1
Carburetor: Mikuni 34 mm

Transmission Specifications
Type: 6-speed with manual clutch

Chassis Specifications
Front suspension: Telescopic, 9" of travel
Rear suspension: Single shock, 7.6" of travel
Front brake: 220 mm Disc
Rear brake: Drum
Front tire size: 80/100-21
Rear tire size: 100/100-18

Fuel tank: 2.7 gallons

Dimension and Dry Mass
Overall length: 82.3"
Overall width: 32.8"
Overall height: 46.4"
Wheelbase: 54"
Ground clearance: 11.4"
Seat height: 34.2"
Dry mass: 259 lbs.

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