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Farkham Hall Racing - The Bike

Specification

  • Make: Yamaha
  • Model: RD350R (The Brazilian one that nobody likes)
  • Capacity: 347cc
  • Tuning: Porting by Chris Brocklehurst for 2013 Season, Gibson Exhausts, Keihin PW-K carburettors
  • Power: 58.5bhp at the rear wheel
  • Brakes: Triumph TT600 front calipers and master cylinder Hel hoses, DOT 5.1 fluid, Ferodo pads and XJ550 solid discs
  • Wheels: Unfashionable, skinny 18inch
  • Tyres: Avon AM22/23
  • Bodywork: ARD Racing seat, unknown grp fairing
  • Paintwork by Padded Cell (with additional work by Nellie)
  • Fuel: Shell V-Power
  • Oil: Rock Oil Synthesis Racing 2T
  • Gear Oil: Rock Oil Synthesis XRP Gearbox SAE 5W-30

The bike came to the race team as a bit of a gift. In fact there was no race team or anything else around here until a redundant RD350R YPVS fell into our lap, and as we found there was a class just for these, Yamaha LC variants and TZR250s, the rest was a forgone conclusion. There were however, 2 faults in our otherwise perfect plan to go racing; we had absolutely no race experience and the combined age of bike and rider at the start of the next available season was 70 years! The bike is a 1992 model, the rest we are not telling.Still, we can learn as we go along...

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