We Just did a full service of this bike and invested over $515 in parts and labor including but not limited to;
1) Compression Check, Compression is perfect
2) Install New Spark NGK B8ES Plug
3) Clean Gas Tank and Entire Fuel Tract / System
4) Remove carb and completely disassemble and clean, reassemble and tune to factory specs, clean choke plunger, adjust float height, run bike and set idle/air screws
5) Remove Throttle, clean bars and tube, reassemble and pressure lube all cables
6) Check oil tank and oil pump, and sync throttle to oil pump cables
7) Install brand new battery
8) Clean and adjust front and rear brakes
9) Torque all bolts to factory spec
10) 20 point inspection and ten minute test ride and final adjustments completed all is A OK!
As a descendant in the long line of street-trail
bikes which began with the DT-1 in 1968, the DT250F benefits from a barrage of
generally worthwhile refinements. Its engineering credentials (if not the
materials used) are up-to-the-minute. Some noteworthy major developments which
at least keep up a trendy appearance include the addition of reed-valve
induction (1972), the switch to the YZ-proven monoshock rear suspension (1977),
and this year's major update—the change from breaker-point ignition to a capacitor-discharge
For dirt riding, the DT has several noteworthy features, none of
which are unique to Yamaha. The DT-F's front turn signals tuck in
unobtrusively, and the rear ones flex on their rubber mounts during a fall.
With 277mm (10.9 inches) of Ground Clearance and an aluminum skid plate, you
can bounce the 250 over some pretty nasty terrain without worrying about
damaging the crankcase. The folding footpegs (at their bottom outside points)
are 343mm (13.5 inches) off the ground, and that height helps the rider avoid
wrapping his toes around the pegs. Black dust covers seal out dirt from the
fork tubes, and several other items, such as the quarter-turn throttle and
through-the-frame exhaust pipe, make living with the DT easy during a trail
In all the really important respects—engine and suspension
performance and reliability—the DT250 is either near or at the front of its
class. This year the strong and reliable 246cc engine has had a technological
chin-lift to make it attractive to the EPA. Yamaha's Research and Development
Department has revived the DT's exhaust plumbing so that the bike can meet
current EPA emissions standards. Most non-racing two-strokes are in danger of
being choked and finally snuffed by emission regulations. Yamaha isn't standing
for it. The 1979 RD400 street bike has been kept within the emissions limits
and made faster all in one swoop. The DT's new emissions-control unit, however,
isn't as elaborate or sophisticated as the RD's; the DT's Pulsating Air System
cleans its exhaust but also detracts a little from the engine's performance.
Call our shop at 860-454-7024 if you have any questions!
This bike was purchased to be a museum piece
in the New England Motorcycle Museum, but we need to raise more funds to cover
repair costs of the museum…So along with hundreds of other bikes from our
collection it will sell as-is!...our loss your gain!
Any enthusiast of this era and more would
appreciate this bike added to their collection. Attractively priced, this bike
is a beauty and is ready for you. Don’t miss the opportunity to own her today,
place your Bid Now! Either way, you won’t be disappointed she is waiting for
There is more to see! Come and visit! All
proceeds are going towards the New England Motorcycle Museum restoration
project under construction now!!
CONVEYANCE FEE ON THIS SALE IS: $100
Deposit Due Within 24 Hours of Sale:
cash in person only, and credit cards are accepted for deposit.
The Deposit is nonrefundable.
Final Payment is due within 72 hours
/ three days:
checks, cash do not mail cash only pay in person, or wire transfers for payment in full on all motorcycles over
$700, any sales under $700 can be paid in full by PayPal.
transfers are the preferred method of payment, we will email you the wire
transfer form, simply print and hand it to or email the form to your banker,
and call us when the wire is sent at 860-454-7024, We will
confirm payment is received and tag the motorcycle “SOLD ~ PAID IN FULL,
cleared for pickup or shipping”.
All checks must clear the bank before buyers can pick up the
Motorcycle; Out of State checks can take weeks to clear.
full or other arrangements must be received within 3 days of close of auction
or the motorcycle may be relisted.
shipping charges and arrangements will be assumed by the purchaser
worldwide, or you may pick up the motorcycle in person
assist with loading the motorcycle upon pickup at no charge to you
provide forklift, ramps, and dock for loading, and assistance to load for free.
We suggest U-Ship.com for the best service and pricing.
The Musashi HARC-Pro Honda team of Leon Haslam, Michael van der Mark and Takumi Takahashi captured the 2013 Suzuka 8 Hours race. The Musashi team was joined on the podium by the Yoshimura Suzuki team of Takuya Tsuda, Nobuatsu Aoki and Josh Brookes and the Kagayama Suzuki team of Yukio Kagayama, Noriyuki Haga and Kevin Schwantz. The Musashi team completed 214 laps to win the endurance race.
Corbin has announced that all vendor spaces on the lot are filled for their 4th Annual Rider Appreciation Day, held this year on July 5 and 6. Last year, Corbin had thousands of riders show up to help celebrate our country’s birthday and take part in the festivities and expects a much bigger crowd this year, since the city has approved the Hollister Rally and the event covers two days. Mike Corbin reported that the city is feverishly working on the final details in order to make this year’s Hollister Rally one to remember.
The Motorcycle Industry Council reported a 2.6% increase in motorcycle sales in the U.S. market for 2012. According to the industry group’s figures, American consumers purchased 452,386 motorcycles in 2012 compared to 440,899 motorcycles in 2011.