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Author Topic: New Website if your build is Yamaha Enduro Based (or you just like them!)  (Read 931 times)

Offline makotosun

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Tim approved this post :D

Several folks have inquired as to a source of information for the old two stroke enduros. I have previously sent them to a site that they have had issues signing up or logging in. We are changing all that.

We have a new site set up and there is a small forum, blog downloadable manuals and other great period information. If your build is based on a 68-80 enduro, then you may find the technical information and advice you need! Membership if free, but if you download a lot of manuals or just are feeling flush, we do accept donations :)

The site is:
 
Site Link is www.Yamaha-Enduros.com

Hope to see you there!
« Last Edit: Jun 18, 2014, 21:07:06 by makotosun »
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Offline HerrDeacon

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Congrats on setting up the new site, looks great. Best of luck with it.
Perry

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Thank you! It is growing and getting a lot of good feedback so far.
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Offline Mr_Dunev

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I just registered, ill have a look through the site a little later
YAMAHA: 73 TX650, 75 RD350 76 RD400, 71 CS3, 80 XS650 75 RD200, 64 YJ1, 72 DT2mx,
73 MX250, 74 MX250A, '76 HL500, 77 TT500,
78 TT500,
KAWASAKI: '69 H1, 77 KH400, 72 S3,
72, S2, 71 F6, 72 H2, 73 H2, 72 H1, 73, H1,
74 H1 (2), 70 A1, 75 KH250, 73 S2
HONDA: '73 CR250M, 70 CB350, 70 CL350

Offline makotosun

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I just registered, ill have a look through the site a little later

Great! Getting lots of new members!
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My buddy Steve has a DT250 and a DT360, I just let him know about the site.  ;)

Good luck!  8)
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Thanks man!


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Offline Ribo

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Just saw these on CL in NOVA after seeing this post:

http://washingtondc.craigslist.org/nva/mcy/4515905286.html

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Offline makotosun

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So a bump to keep this kinda fresh. I last updated back in June, and since then we have about 660 folks registered on the site with a lot of international knowledge coming to bear. More manuals, more vintage articles, even a free classified ad section if you are buying or selling Yamaha Enduro parts!

If your build is Enduro based, we may be able to help with technical advice. The site is really focused on classic style, but we are seeing some street trackers,  flat trackers and other builds starting.

Www.Yamaha-Enduros.com
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Been awhile since I updated this. We Naomi's are over 5,000 members and a growing tech library. Membership is still free

Www.Yamaha-Enduros.com
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