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2006 yamaha TT R90E

Key Features:

 

  • Pushbutton electric starting lets the little people get going and keep going on their own.
  • A low-maintenance air-cooled 89cc SOHC powerplant puts out the kind of smooth, predictable power perfectly suited to novice riders.
  • A smooth-shifting three-speed transmission with automatic clutch eases beginners into the basics of gear-shifting and lets them concentrate on the track or trail.
  • Low, 24.6-inch seat height allows short riders to put both feet down for added confidence.
  • California green sticker compliant.


Engine:

  • 89cc of four-stroke power means a linear, nonintimidating powerband that’s perfect for novices and even experienced play riders.
  • 16mm Mikuni carburetor ensures crisp, dependable throttle response.
  • Three-speed automatic-clutch transmission lets the TT-R90E thrive in all kinds of terrain even under novice riders.
  • CD ignition system delivers hot, reliable spark and requires minimal maintenance.
  • Convenient electric starter means effortless starting.
  • Lightweight, upswept exhaust system features quiet, USFS-approved spark arrestor.


Chassis/Suspension:

  • Rigid frame design combines with a compact, 40.9-inch wheelbase for agile, predictable handling.
  • Front and rear drum brakes deliver strong, dependable stopping power.
  • 14-inch front and 12-inch rear wheels with knobby tires offer superb grip and exceptional wear.
  • 26mm telescopic front fork with 4.3 inches of travel for confidence-inspiring control over rough terrain.
  • Single rear shock with 3.7 inches of travel delivers progressive suspension performance to smooth out rugged trails.
  • 6.3 inches of ground clearance and a rugged engine skid plate maximize undercarriage protection.


Additional Features:

  • Long, motocross-style seat is low, comfortable and allows easy rider movement.
  • Team Yamaha–inspired colors, graphics, and front and side number plates create styling similar to larger YZ lineup.
  • Large, folding cleated footpegs provide excellent footing even in wet or muddy conditions.


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