Introduced in 2006, the Yamaha TTR50 has been a popular bike for beginning riders. For a couple of years it was the only Japanese electric start entry level bike produced. Yamaha took a break and did not produce a 2010 and 2011 model year TTR50 (in the US, at least). While BBR has made a number of products for the TTR50 in the past, weak demand has resulted in discontinuation of many products. Everything we currently sell is listed on our website.

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OEM Yamaha TTR50 Specs
Displacement49cc
Bore and Stroke36.0mm x 48.6mm
Compression Ratio9.5:1
Spark PlugNGK CR7HSA
Valve ClearanceIN: .002" EX: .003"
Carb/main jet/pilot jet11mm Mikuni / 62.5 main / 12.5 pilot
Transmission ratios3.250 / 1.736 / 1.217
Oil Capacity/Type1.06 US Quart / 20W-40 (above 41° F)
Chain size/front sprocket/rear sprocket#420; 13T/37T
Front tire size2.50-10
Rear tire size2.50-10
Seat height21.8 inches
Wheel Base36.4 inches
Weight125 lbs.
Part diagrams linkYamaha TTR50 Parts Diagrams (MotoSport.com)
Service manual linkYamaha TTR50 Service Manual (RepairManual.com)
 
 
 
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