Yamaha’s new production race bikes, the air-cooled TR2 and TR3, revolutionised road racing the world over from the time of their introduction in 1969, quickly becoming the benchmark in both Senior and Unlimited classes. In 1973 Yamaha introduced a new water-cooled model, the TZ350, producing an impressive 60 horsepower at 9,500 rpm with much improved reliability and again dominated racing, including Australia where Ken Blake won the 1974 350, 500cc and Unlimited titles on Yamaha’s twins and his ‘Coca Cola’ liveried TZ350 is still remembered by many local bike racing enthusiasts. In 1974 Yamaha made only minor changes to the TZ350B but the TZ350C of 1976 incorporated a redesigned chassis with adjustable mono-shock rear suspension and twin piston front and rear disc brakes gave the new model a better ride and stopping power.
Fully rebuilt from top to bottom. Currently lubricated and dry stored for display. This bike can be reactivated for racing at a moments notice! Front row machine for period 5 racing class. Museum quality restoration.
Year: 1978 Capacity: 350cc
Colour: White/Red Eng/Vin: 383996292
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