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    Default Yamaha Exciter 570 1988 restoration

    Hi!
    Here is mine totally renovated exciter. It was rather big job but worth every hour!

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    You can find more photos here: https://harry.pic.fi/blog/40/yamaha-...ulevaisuuteen/

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    A labor of love. Looks really nice!
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    All it needs is the red "YAMAHA" back on the seat !
    Looks great !!
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    1997 Yamaha XTC
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    Quote Originally Posted by MURDER YAMAHA View Post
    All it needs is the red "YAMAHA" back on the seat !
    Looks great !!
    Yes, i am working on that. And looking for original Exciter decal for those sidepanels too. If anyone knows where to find, please inform me
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    Looks GREAT! Nice work..

    I see the word "vintage" along with 1988 and I think, "fu#& I'm old". Schnitt that's 10 years newer than the year I graduated some think is vintage,,


    I'd feel better if you called it "classic" lol.

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    I reserve the right to change my mind if someone can prove to me it needs replacing.

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    Seasoned
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haju200 View Post
    Hi!
    Here is mine totally renovated exciter. It was rather big job but worth every hour!

    20180930_162731.jpg20181002_143256.jpgIMG_20190112_173515.jpgIMG_20190312_201234.jpg


    You can find more photos here: https://harry.pic.fi/blog/40/yamaha-...ulevaisuuteen/
    Ohlins gold

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    Quote Originally Posted by low slung View Post
    Ohlins gold
    Oh yes! I found brand new öhlins front suspension and springs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haju200 View Post
    I found brand new öhlins front suspension and springs.
    Which arm and leg did you give up?
    Dannyboy

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