Germany Trip

What trips and tours do you have planned
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thegrimreaper
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Germany Trip

Post by thegrimreaper » 04 Jun 2014, 20:28

Well, 10 weeks to go and im getting excited if not a bit nervous, not of the trip but having to be in close proximity of Carlos after dark lol
Looking forward to seeing some of Europe

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Re: Germany Trip

Post by Doz » 04 Jun 2014, 21:42

I'm in the furher land end of the month. Picking up 3 DT80 LCs
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Re: Germany Trip

Post by 1888 » 30 Mar 2015, 22:15

Doz wrote:I'm in the furher land end of the month. Picking up 3 DT80 LCs
OK its an old post. Shoot me


DT80LC? I had a DT as my first legal bike back in the 80's and that was no LC.

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Re: Germany Trip

Post by Doz » 31 Mar 2015, 00:37

Yamaha didn't sell the LC version in the uk. In Europe it was for Germany and Spain however the Spanish versions were actually 72cc, something to do with licensing laws. Engine is the same as used in the RD 80 LC but with a slightly different barrel.
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Re: Germany Trip

Post by 1888 » 31 Mar 2015, 14:02

Doz wrote:Yamaha didn't sell the LC version in the uk. In Europe it was for Germany and Spain however the Spanish versions were actually 72cc, something to do with licensing laws. Engine is the same as used in the RD 80 LC but with a slightly different barrel.
Cheers Doz.

Was having a quick google last night and it was almost identical in looks to my DT125LC i had at the time. Best 125 i ever had.

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