1991 TZ250b Fully restored and ready to race $12,000USD

Discussion in '2-Stroke Machines' started by peterleduc, Sep 27, 2021.

  1. peterleduc

    peterleduc Active Member

    As the title says I'm selling a ready to race, fully restored 1991 TZ250b. Its absolutely beautiful, polished frame & wheel edges etc. The paint work it beautiful and it has significant developments put into the bike. Roland Cushway and I rebuild the engine, brakes & suspension. The ignition was upgraded to a 1994 CDI & rotor/stator. Dan Kyle himself rebuild the Ohlins shock (full specs available) and everything is ready to rip.
    I had Kyle Ferris race this at Laguna Seca in July to showcase it to AHRMA buyers. He took 3rd in open two stroke against some serious competition posting a 1:38.5 lap time.

    Pics to follow.

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  2. peterleduc

    peterleduc Active Member

    Lots more pictures, onboard video and specs available to interested buyers.

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  3. peterleduc

    peterleduc Active Member

    Fast machine....

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  4. peterleduc

    peterleduc Active Member

    For those of you who don't know, the 1991 TZ250 is the first year of the "modern" 90Degree V-Twin engine. Almost all parts are still available from Yamaha directly, other part sources fill in the gaps. Crankshaft rebuilds can be stretch to 2500-3000 miles (yes really) and top ends go for 300-600 miles depending on how you're riding it. These machines (1991-1999) are far more reliable and less prone to failure than the 5KE machines.
  5. dave3593

    dave3593 What I know about opera I learned from Bugs Bunny

    Beautiful. Love the all yellow.
  6. erock768

    erock768 Well-Known Member

    good luck with the sale peter. My TZ is in the living room. Still debating to sell it or not.
  7. gpracer15

    gpracer15 Built to Ride

    Very nice! What kinda spares do you have? Gearing, jetting, wheels, stands, consumables, cylinders, etc
  8. peterleduc

    peterleduc Active Member

    There’s plenty of spares that come with the bike. I’ve got front & rear stands, crash spares, bars, pegs, levers and faring stay. I’ve got heads and gaskets and lots of seals etc. the original electrical system comes with it as well (CDI, harness & rotor/stator).

    I don’t have any of the ‘“major parts” people like to call spares (wheels, cylinders or bodywork).
    Either way, it’s a well set up, fast bike that it race ready.
  9. mouimet

    mouimet Well-Known Member

    Hello Peter - where is this bike located?
  10. Sullivan

    Sullivan Active Member

    He is in Chico, California. Peter is an excellent seller. 5 years ago he shipped me a bike from California to Michigan and the bike is amazing.
  11. peterleduc

    peterleduc Active Member

    Sullivan, glad to hear that 125rs is still treating you well. As stated I am in Chico CA, I travel to the Bay Area often enough that putting it in a crate shipping it anywhere is easy. At this point, I have one interested party but no money yet.

    Let me know if you’re interested or PM me your phone number.

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