Engine and transmission

Engine type: 1 cylinders, 2-stroke, Single
Displacement: 176 cc (10.75 cubic inches)
Bore × stroke: 64.5 mm × 54 mm (oversquare – shortstroke)
Throttle: Cable operated
Fuel and ignition
Sparks per cylinder: 1
Fuel supply system: Carburetor
Ignition type: Digital CDI
Engine mounting: Transverse
Lubrication system: Wet sump
Gear box: Manual
Clutch: Wet, multiple discs, cable operated
Final drive: Chain
Spark plug pipe type: NGK, B8ES
Chassis and suspension
Frame type: steel, Single cradle frame
Suspension: Cartridge
Brake: Disk
Tire: 80 / 100 R21
Tire pressure: bar
Suspension: mono shock, Swingarm
Brake: Drum
Tire: 100 / 100 R18
Tire pressure: bar
ABS available: No
Number of riders: persons
This bike will pick up in the front first gear through third
Eh not the best to soft in the front almost to hard in the back but perfect if ur into trails just dont expect to go out and land a 40 ft double with comfort
strong but because the front suspension is so soft it makes it hard to endo
wow this bike is great for kids who want to step off of a four stroke its easy mantanince i love not having to mix the oil i have had this clocked at about 65 and i wasnt toped out this thing will smoke a stock 300 ex in a drag i have shown that.
 I’ve got a chance to pick up a 93′ Yamaha RT 180, 6-speed, 2-stroke with minimal hours on it for about 700 bucks.

Is this a good deal? I have 2 Yamaha quads, love the way they run and would like to keep it all Yammy’s in the garage… I’ve also had tons of experience with 2-strokes through mopeds and small motorcycles.

I am just unfamiliar with the model. I know they made it from 90′-98′ basically unchanged, so I figured it must’ve been a pretty strong bike…

This will be my first “dirt-bike” for mild trials and small hills…


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