1984 Yamaha RZ 465. 90 plus horsepower. Treched, decked powder coated cases. 485cc 4mm stroked Hot Rods crank, 73mm Wiseco pistons.
TPM cylinders with Cheetah Power Valves. V Force3 carbon reeds with 36mm Flat slide Kehins.
Terry Cable Gasser throttle with steel braided cable. & plate straight cut Hinson Clutch. TZ bearings Bidet side covers with plexi see through clutch cover Stainless allen bolts, Billet kick starter Billet water pump Impellar. Dual electric thumb controlled fans. Aluminum RG 500 Radiator. Volume correct power pro chrome pipes. 4 hours..maybe, on entire bike, Gold and chrome 17's are on the bike, black rims are older pictures
Front End. Fully adjustable 2007 Yamaha R6 with FZR 600173 120x70/17
Brand new Michelin power pros, 300 mm wave rators. R6 front fender, stainless coated lines. Brembo master CRG levers, Yamaha FZ1 risers and bars. Rizoma
grips bar ends and brake fluid reservoir Every bearing throughout the entire bile is new. Expert making for all component matching. Brakes stop RIGHT NOW.
Rear. FZR 600r swingarm, billet machined not bent. torque arm and custom 485 Chain guard.
17x5 FZR 600 rear rim with 160/60/17 with new Michelin power pro tire. Vortax sprocket. D.LD.
Gold O Ring Chain Rear wave rotor with stock caliper and Brembo master, steel coated fine Rizoma rear sets from Yamaha R1 Carbon Kevlar heel guards,
5 1/2 inches from shifter shaft center to adjustable gear shift toe touch center. Rizoma fluid reservoir. Worx performance Remote reservoir shock
Front fairing, Tank, solo tail section are Air Tech Fiberglass with stock ABS side covers.
Fuel petcock is by Pingle. Gold bulb Halogen headlight, Sargent carbon weave seat. Adjustable aluminum kickstand.
I was asked personally by George Barber 6 years ago, if would like to leave this bike with him of his Museum while visiting the Museum and riding the 485 on track.
The decal located on the front fairing bubble was put there by him.
In addition, this bike wowed Ed Toomey who at my garage for a few hours while a buyer bought my Aprila RS 421.
He stayed another hour after the other gentleman left. 2 of the highlights of my bike building history. Pretty
Cool stuff. I mean read and then just look at it