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XT600E
TTR250
XT250
DT230
TW200
DT175
ENGINE TYPE
DISPLACEMENT
BORE & STROKE
COMPRESSION RATIO
LUBRICATION
CARBURATION
IGNITION
STARTER SYSTEM
FUEL TANK CAPACITY
OIL TANK CAPACITY
TRANSMISSION
FINAL TRANSMISSION
4-stroke, Air-cooled,
SOHC, Single
595.0 cc
95.0 x 84.0 mm
8.5 : 1
Dry sump
Y30PV
C.D.I.
Kick
10.0 lit.
3.3 lit.
5-speed
Chain drive
4-stroke, Air-cooled,
SOHC, 4-valve Single
595.0 cc
95.0 x 84.0 mm
8.5 : 1
Dry sump
Y26PV
T.C.I.
Electric
15.0 lit.
2.7 lit.
5-speed
Chain drive
4-stroke, Air-cooled,
DOHC, 4-valve Single
249.0 cc
73.0 x 59.6 mm
10.2 : 1
Wet sump
Y30P
C.D.I.
Electric/Kick
10.0 lit.
1.45 lit.
6-speed
Chain drive
4-stroke, Air-cooled,
SOHC, 2-valve Single
223.0 cc
70.0 x 58.0 mm
9.5 : 1
Wet sump
BST34
C.D.I.
Electric
8.8 lit.
1.3 lit.
6-speed
Chain drive
2-stroke, Liquid-cooled,
Single
224.0 cc
66.8 x 64.0 mm
6.5 : 1
Autolube
TM30SS
C.D.I.
Electric/Kick
11.0 lit.
1.3 lit.
6-speed
Chain drive
4-stroke, Air-cooled,
SOHC, 2-valve Single
196.0 cc
67.0 x 55.7 mm
9.5 : 1
Wet sump
MV28
C.D.I.
Electric/Kick
7.0 lit.
1.3 lit.
5-speed
Chain drive
2-stroke, Air-cooled,
Single
171.0 cc
66.0 x 50.0 mm
6.7 : 1
Autolube
VM24
C.D.I.
Kick
9.5 lit.
0.9 lit.
6-speed
Chain drive
OVERALL LENGTH
OVERALL WIDTH
OVERALL HEIGHT
SEAT HEIGHT
WHEELBASE
GROUND CLEARANCE
DRY WEIGHT
SUSPENSION
FRONT
REAR
BRAKES
FRONT
REAR
TYRES
FRONT
REAR
COLOURS
2,225 mm
845 mm
1,225 mm
945 mm
1,480 mm
310 mm
141.0 kg
Telescopic fork
Monocross
Single disc
Single disc
90/90-21 54S
130/80-18 66S
Yamaha Blue
2,220 mm
825 mm
1,205 mm
855 mm
1,440 mm
230 mm
156.0 kg
Telescopic fork
Monocross
Single disc
Single disc
90/90-21 54S
120/90-17 64S
Yamaha Blue, Black
2,195 mm
835 mm
1,255 mm
910 mm
1,410 mm
300 mm
120.0 kg
Telescopic fork
Monocross
Single disc
Single disc
3.00-21 51P
4.60-18 63P
Yamaha Blue
2,100 mm
800 mm
1,160 mm
810 mm
1,350 mm
285 mm
108.0 kg
Telescopic fork
Monocross
Single disc
Drum
2.75-21 45P
120/80-18 62P
Silver
2,225 mm
800 mm
1,200 mm
865 mm
1,410 mm
300 mm
121.0 kg
Telescopic fork
Monocross
Single disc
Single disc
3.00-21 51P
4.60-18 63P
Yamaha Blue
2,090 mm
820 mm
1,120 mm
790 mm
1,330 mm
260 mm
118.0 kg
Telescopic fork
Monocross
Single disc
Drum
130/80-18 66P
180/80-14M/C 78P
Silver
2,110 mm
855 mm
1,150 mm
825 mm
1,345 mm
260 mm
100.0 kg
Telescopic fork
Monocross
Single disc
Drum
2.75-21 45P
4.10-18 59P
Yamaha Blue, White / Red
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TTR600
ENGINE
SPECIFICATIONS
CHASSIS
ESCAPE
TRAIL
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TTR600/XT600E/TTR250/XT250
DT230/TW200/DT175
Always remember to review your Yamaha Motorcycle Owner’s Manual and Tips Booklet before you ride. Before each ride, take time to check all your equipment. Always wear an approved helmet, eye
protection, long-sleeved shirt, long trousers, gloves and boots. And always be sure your bike is in first-class condition before riding. Never ride machines that are not street legal on public roads and
never carry passengers on machines not made for two-up riding; never engage in stunt riding and avoid excessive speed. Provide parental supervision when a motorcycle is being operated by a minor.
Every motorcycle rider should be aware of the limits of his or her skills, experience and abilities and ride accordingly. Beginners should be extremely cautious and allow extra time and distance for
manoeuvring and braking. All riders should ride well within the limits of their abilities, never beyond them. Do not drink and ride. It is illegal and dangerous. Yamaha encourages you to ride safely and
respect the environment. Specifications are subject to change without notice, in accordance with national regulations and legislations.
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TTR600
XT600E
TTR250
XT250
DT230
TW200
DT175
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TTR600
XT600E
TTR250
XT250
DT230
TW200
DT175
Adventure means different things to different
people. To some it’s a two-hour, Sunday morning
forestry blast with some mates from work. For
others, it’s a couple of utes stocked with bikes,
swags and supplies, and headed for an overnighter
at the trail park. But every ride you take is an
adventure – an adventure of the spirit.
Rear suspension/brake
>>MIDDLEWEIGHT PERFORMANCE.
HEAVYWEIGHT FUN.
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>>Imagine how much simpler your life would be if one
vehicle could meet all your needs. Imagine a machine that
could take you back and forth to work every day, zip you
around town at night, or head off-road for adventures at the
weekend. Then, when that long holiday arrives, you can
load up some gear, say goodbye and head off across the
continent for the trip of a lifetime. Imagine a Yamaha
dual-purpose bike.
>>And if you think these lightweight off-roaders are fun to
ride in the dirt, just wait until you ride them on the street.
Easy parking, superb fuel economy and low maintenance
costs make these nimble machines the envy of the tin-top
crowd.
>>If high performance is your thing, the big-bore TTR600,
TTR250 and DT230 are loaded with race-developed off-road
technology. Need lightweight, economical transportation
between adventures? The nimble XT250, DT230 and DT175
get you where you’re going with a minimum of fuss. And the
TW200, with its soft balloon tyres and extra-low seat height,
is at home on any surface, including the beach.
>>Yamaha dual-purpose bikes. Because adventure is where
you find it.
Developed from our YZ off-road racers, the
TTR250’s rugged Monocross rear suspension
system runs a fully adjustable Bilstein-type shock
with remote reservoir. It is mated to a lightweight
Deltabox aluminium swingarm for superb
handling qualities, on-road and off.
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>>PUT SOME ADVENTURE IN
YOUR LIFE WITH A YAMAHA
DUAL-PURPOSE BIKE.
>>Whether out-accelerating city traffic or blasting up a sandy
riverbed, the TTR250’s high-revving, DOHC, 4-valve,
single-cylinder engine kicks out plenty of grunt. When the going
gets nasty, the high-spec 43mm cartridge fork soaks up the
bumps with ease. Add a pair of powerful front and rear disc brakes,
and a set of high-traction enduro tyres and you’re good to go.
>>In a hurry? The convenient electric starter (with back-up kick)
gets you moving with a push of the button.
>>The TTR250. Practical, and tough.
TTR250
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>>THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR
CUBIC INCHES.
>>The big-bore TTR600 is 595cc of thumping 4-valve torque
wrapped in a lightweight off-road chassis with long-travel
suspension, a powerful front disc brake and knock-out
looks to match a knock-out punch.
>>Whether torquing up steep hills, rocketing across the
desert or humbling the tin-tops on your way to work,
nothing puts a smile on your face like the snarling TTR600.
>>When you want some worthy competition, enter an
enduro race and you’ll see what this bike can really do.
>>The TTR600. Specially designed for big-bore riders.
TTR600
XT600E
TTR250
Engine
Gutsy, hill-flattening torque comes from a rugged
air-cooled, 595cc SOHC power plant with YDIS and
reliable CD ignition. Inside the compact, dry-sump
cases spins a tough 5-speed transmission, with a gear
for every obstacle.
XT250
DT230
TW200
DT175
>>THE CIVILISED BIG-BORE SINGLE.
>>When you ride the highway, you need plenty of power
and speed. In town, you need a bike with agility. And when
running errands, it’s nice to have an electric boot. You need
the XT600E.
>>But you also have a wild side. You like to get away from it
all. The XT600E is an all-round adventure bike - a machine
that goes where other vehicles go, and where they can’t.
>>For responsive handling and a smooth ride, the sturdy,
lightweight chassis is fitted with a long-travel 41mm fork
and Monocross rear suspension.
>>Your move.
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Engine
Whether moving at speed down the highway or riding
two-up along a fire road, the air-cooled, 595cc, 4-valve,
SOHC engine with YDIS pumps out a wide spread of
satisfying power. Fuel efficient and famously reliable, this
is an engine you can depend on.
TTR600
XT600E
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XT600E
TTR250
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TTR600
XT250
DT230
TW200
DT175
>>LIKE A MOTOCROSSER YOU CAN RIDE
ON THE STREET.
>>The DT230 is as close as you can get to riding a
motocrosser on the street without getting into trouble.
That’s because this lightweight street-crosser is loaded with
engine and chassis technology developed on our YZ racers.
>>The race-developed, liquid-cooled, 2-stroke, crankcase
reed-valve induction engine with YPVS and YEIS pumps out
heaps of hard-hitting power. Traction control delivers solid
hook up on slippery surfaces. And for sharp handling, the
lightweight chassis runs a long-travel fork and a Monocross
rear suspension with aluminium swingarm. Stopping
performance is just as impressive, thanks to powerful front
and rear disc brakes.
>>Street-crossing. It’s the most fun you can have in the city.
>>DIRT OR STREET,
IT’S ALL ABOUT THE FUN.
Engine
Developed on the motocross track for fun on the street,
this high-revving, liquid-cooled 224cc 2-stroke engine
features a 6-speed transmission, electric and kick starter,
and Autolube automatic oil and petrol mixing.
>>Lightweight handling and responsive engine performance
make the DT175 a great bike for new riders, ladies or
anyone else looking for an easy-to-ride, no-hassle
motorcycle. The off-road chassis and long-travel
suspension are ready for the rough stuff and make the DT
as fun to ride on street and dirt.
>>The same long-travel suspension and comfortable seat
that soak up the bumps off-road deliver an impressively
smooth ride on the street. And when you need to stop in a
hurry, the front disc brake slows things down in a hurry.
>>Add the legendary reliability and high build quality for
which Yamaha are famous and you are left with a simple
choice: the DT175.
Engine
The DT175 is powered by an air-cooled, 2-stroke, reed-valve
engine with plenty of power for city streets and country roads.
Miserly fuel consumption, low maintenance costs and amazing
reliability are just some of this remarkable engine’s features.
>>THE ONE BIKE THAT DOES IT ALL..
>>In the city, the XT250’s light weight, low seat height and
easy-to-operate controls make it the perfect commuter, and
there is always a place to park. If you want to leave the city
far behind, the rugged chassis and long-travel suspension
are built for the off-road world.
>>The XT’s fuel-efficient 4-stroke engine is just as versatile,
pumping out plenty of rider-friendly power, while the
smooth-shifting 6-speed transmission has a gear for every
road and every trail.
>>The XT250 is full of possibilities - just like you.
Engine
High economy and low
maintenance costs are just
two of the nicer features of
this dependable 223cc
air-cooled 4-stroke engine.
And a 6-speed transmission
gives you a wide speed
range in which to enjoy this
machine’s splendid all round
performance.
>>THE TWO-WHEELED
SPORT UTILITY VEHICLE.
>>No other machine combines sport with utility like the
rider-friendly TW200.
>>Powered by a quiet-running 4-stroke engine with electric
starter, this lightweight SUV has plenty of power for keeping
up with city traffic. The look may be rugged but
the ride is smooth, thanks to soft balloon
tyres, supple front and rear suspension
and a long, deeply padded seat.
>>The low seat height makes it easy to
keep both feet firmly on the ground,
and the powerful front disc brake
slows things down in a hurry.
>>The TW200. Utility + Sport = Fun.
XT250/TW200
DT230/DT175
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XT600E
TTR250
XT250
DT230
TW200
DT175
ENGINE TYPE
DISPLACEMENT
BORE & STROKE
COMPRESSION RATIO
LUBRICATION
CARBURATION
IGNITION
STARTER SYSTEM
FUEL TANK CAPACITY
OIL TANK CAPACITY
TRANSMISSION
FINAL TRANSMISSION
4-stroke, Air-cooled,
SOHC, Single
595.0 cc
95.0 x 84.0 mm
8.5 : 1
Dry sump
Y30PV
C.D.I.
Kick
10.0 lit.
3.3 lit.
5-speed
Chain drive
4-stroke, Air-cooled,
SOHC, 4-valve Single
595.0 cc
95.0 x 84.0 mm
8.5 : 1
Dry sump
Y26PV
T.C.I.
Electric
15.0 lit.
2.7 lit.
5-speed
Chain drive
4-stroke, Air-cooled,
DOHC, 4-valve Single
249.0 cc
73.0 x 59.6 mm
10.2 : 1
Wet sump
Y30P
C.D.I.
Electric/Kick
10.0 lit.
1.45 lit.
6-speed
Chain drive
4-stroke, Air-cooled,
SOHC, 2-valve Single
223.0 cc
70.0 x 58.0 mm
9.5 : 1
Wet sump
BST34
C.D.I.
Electric
8.8 lit.
1.3 lit.
6-speed
Chain drive
2-stroke, Liquid-cooled,
Single
224.0 cc
66.8 x 64.0 mm
6.5 : 1
Autolube
TM30SS
C.D.I.
Electric/Kick
11.0 lit.
1.3 lit.
6-speed
Chain drive
4-stroke, Air-cooled,
SOHC, 2-valve Single
196.0 cc
67.0 x 55.7 mm
9.5 : 1
Wet sump
MV28
C.D.I.
Electric/Kick
7.0 lit.
1.3 lit.
5-speed
Chain drive
2-stroke, Air-cooled,
Single
171.0 cc
66.0 x 50.0 mm
6.7 : 1
Autolube
VM24
C.D.I.
Kick
9.5 lit.
0.9 lit.
6-speed
Chain drive
OVERALL LENGTH
OVERALL WIDTH
OVERALL HEIGHT
SEAT HEIGHT
WHEELBASE
GROUND CLEARANCE
DRY WEIGHT
SUSPENSION
FRONT
REAR
BRAKES
FRONT
REAR
TYRES
FRONT
REAR
COLOURS
2,225 mm
845 mm
1,225 mm
945 mm
1,480 mm
310 mm
141.0 kg
Telescopic fork
Monocross
Single disc
Single disc
90/90-21 54S
130/80-18 66S
Yamaha Blue
2,220 mm
825 mm
1,205 mm
855 mm
1,440 mm
230 mm
156.0 kg
Telescopic fork
Monocross
Single disc
Single disc
90/90-21 54S
120/90-17 64S
Yamaha Blue, Black
2,195 mm
835 mm
1,255 mm
910 mm
1,410 mm
300 mm
120.0 kg
Telescopic fork
Monocross
Single disc
Single disc
3.00-21 51P
4.60-18 63P
Yamaha Blue
2,100 mm
800 mm
1,160 mm
810 mm
1,350 mm
285 mm
108.0 kg
Telescopic fork
Monocross
Single disc
Drum
2.75-21 45P
120/80-18 62P
Silver
2,225 mm
800 mm
1,200 mm
865 mm
1,410 mm
300 mm
121.0 kg
Telescopic fork
Monocross
Single disc
Single disc
3.00-21 51P
4.60-18 63P
Yamaha Blue
2,090 mm
820 mm
1,120 mm
790 mm
1,330 mm
260 mm
118.0 kg
Telescopic fork
Monocross
Single disc
Drum
130/80-18 66P
180/80-14M/C 78P
Silver
2,110 mm
855 mm
1,150 mm
825 mm
1,345 mm
260 mm
100.0 kg
Telescopic fork
Monocross
Single disc
Drum
2.75-21 45P
4.10-18 59P
Yamaha Blue, White / Red
Printed using environmentally friendly paper.
TTR600
ENGINE
SPECIFICATIONS
CHASSIS
ESCAPE
TRAIL
9:26 AM
TTR600/XT600E/TTR250/XT250
DT230/TW200/DT175
Always remember to review your Yamaha Motorcycle Owner’s Manual and Tips Booklet before you ride. Before each ride, take time to check all your equipment. Always wear an approved helmet, eye
protection, long-sleeved shirt, long trousers, gloves and boots. And always be sure your bike is in first-class condition before riding. Never ride machines that are not street legal on public roads and
never carry passengers on machines not made for two-up riding; never engage in stunt riding and avoid excessive speed. Provide parental supervision when a motorcycle is being operated by a minor.
Every motorcycle rider should be aware of the limits of his or her skills, experience and abilities and ride accordingly. Beginners should be extremely cautious and allow extra time and distance for
manoeuvring and braking. All riders should ride well within the limits of their abilities, never beyond them. Do not drink and ride. It is illegal and dangerous. Yamaha encourages you to ride safely and
respect the environment. Specifications are subject to change without notice, in accordance with national regulations and legislations.
Proudly supporting Surf Life Saving
Professional rider depicted on a closed circuit.
www.yamaha-motor.com.au
TTR600
XT600E
TTR250
XT250
DT230
TW200
DT175