|Production||1993 - 2006|
air-cooled, 4-valve, DOHC, 4-stroke single
|Bore / Stroke||73.7mm x 73.7mm|
|Horsepower||28.03 HP (20.9 KW) @ 8500RPM|
|Torque||14.75 ft/lbs (20.0 Nm) @ 6500RPM|
|Spark Plug||NGK CR9E, NGK CR9EIX (premium plug)|
|Transmission||Gear box: 6 Speed, manual
Final Drive: Chain
|Final Drive||Chain: 520x110 ‘99-06|
|Front Sprocket||13T ‘99-06|
|Rear Sprocket||52T ‘99-06|
|Suspension||Front: Telescopic 43mm fork
Rear: Adjustable link monocross
|Brakes||Front: 245mm disc
Rear: 220mm disc
|Wheelbase||55.31 inches (1405 mm)|
|Length||82.52 inches (2096 mm)|
|Width||32.91 inches (836 mm)|
|Seat Height||35.98 inches (914 mm)|
|Weight||113.0 kg (wet)|
|Recommended Oil||Yamalube 10w-40|
The Yamaha TT-R250 was a air-cooled, 4-valve, DOHC, 4-stroke single Enduro motorcycle produced by Yamaha between 1993 and 2006. Max torque was 14.75 ft/lbs (20.0 Nm) @ 6500 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 28.03 HP (20.9 KW) @ 8500 RPM.
The bike has a 6 Speed, manual transmission. Power was moderated via the Wet multi-disc, manual.
It came with a 80/100-21 front tire and a 100/100-18 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via 245mm disc in the front and a 220mm disc in the rear. The front suspension was a Telescopic 43mm fork while the rear was equipped with a Adjustable link monocross. The wheelbase was 55.31 inches (1405 mm) long.
1993 Yamaha TT-R250
The 1993 Yamaha TT_R250 is a great bike to learn on and get practice with, it's not to powerful and the handling is perfect, i highly recommend this motorbike if your looking to do enduro/trail riding
1994 Yamaha TT-R250 RAID
The Yamaha TT- R 250 Raid is a great bike to learn on and get practice with, it's not to powerful and the handling is perfect. The Yamaha TT- R 250`s DOHC motor claims just 19 hp (14 Kw), but you can eke a little more out of it by removing the restrictor in the header pipe and trimming the snorkel in the air box. As it is the plucky Yamaha TT-R 250 is about as friendly as they come and it’s as dependable as daylight. There’s also a screw by the throttle linkage under the tank that limits throttle turn.
2001 Yamaha TT-R 250
2003 Yamaha TT-R250
The 2002 Yamaha TT-R250 spells versatility for new and old riders alike, as it comes with a very friendly architecture and enhanced ergonomics, providing a great off-road platform for teenagers and adults alike.
With a brawny 249cc engine and a manual 6-speed transmission, the 2002 TT-R250 is a truly amazing lightweight machine for both track and trail use. Despite the firm power deployment of the bike, it still feels reassuring, most likely because of its low seat and wide bars which make steering feel light and precise, on no matter what kind of surface.
2004 Yamaha TT-R250
The 2003 TT-R250 is a fun, versatile bike which can be ridden even by less experienced riders: it packs plenty of trail-worthy punch in its 4-stroke engine, but with a predictable, smooth power deployment, riding it will feel reassuring. Add in a heavy-duty manual clutch actuating a 6-speed transmission which can provide just the right amount of brawn for any riding scenario and the easy-to-use, convenient electric start for even more fun. Light and built like a tank, the TT-R250 can really take some beating and still run great.
2006 Yamaha TT-R250
Say farewell to childhood, it's time to throw a leg on real bikes for real action. The 2005 TT-R250 spells punch-packed fun and a whole new level of performance. For casual rides past the asphalt limit and hard core trail struggles, this bike has everything you might need: a lightweight profile and exceptionally rugged construction, electric starting, a smooth 6-speed transmission with a heavy-duty clutch and sharp handling.
Add in full suspension adjustability, top-notch brakes and many works-derived features for a sizzling experience in the dirt.
- 2019 Western Power Sports Catalog. Western Power Sports. 2019.