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  1. 0 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Engine Type: 110cc air-cooled SOHC 4-stroke; 2 valves Bore x Stroke: 51.0mm x 54.0mm Compression Ratio: 9.3:1 Fuel Delivery: Mikuni® VM16 carburetor Ignition: CDI Transmission: Constant-mesh 4-speed; multiple wet clutch Final Drive: Chain CHASSIS Suspension / Front: 31mm telescopic fork; 4.5-in travel Suspension / Rear: Monocross® shock; 4.3-in travel Brakes / Front: Drum, 95mm Brakes / Rear: Drum, 110mm Tires / Front: 2.50-14-4PR Tirres / Rear: 3.00-12-4PR DIMENSIONS AND CURB WEIGHT L x W x H: 61.6 in x 26.8 in x 36.3 in Seat Height: 26.4 in Wheelbase: 42.5 in Rake (Caster Angle): 26.0° Trail: 2.4 in Maximum Ground Clearance: 7.1 in Fuel Capacity: 1.0 gal Fuel Economy**: n/a Wet Weight***: 159 lb WARRANTY Warranty: 90 Day (Limited Factory Warranty)
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    Love this bike!!! Mine is actually 2010 just couldn't find one here.
  4. 0 comments

    Great starter bike for trail riding.
  5. 0 comments

    good fun bike.
  6. emjay2

    Yamaha TTR230 (2006)

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    Like it so far
  7. 0 reviews

    PERFORMANCE THAT'S OUTLASTING Light, simple and proven, the TT‑R230 delivers decades of low maintenance performance for all. Top Features Broad, Accessible Powerband YZ-inspired handling and looks, and a stout 223cc air-cooled, SOHC four-stroke producing predictable, broadband power, make the TT-R230 a great choice for beginner and intermediate riders. Racing-Derived Ergonomics Competition-style flat seat/tank junction for great rider mobility. Convenient Electric Start Electric start makes getting started a simple pushbutton exercise. Trail-Ready Dimensions A low seat height on top of a long-travel suspension and 11.6 inches of ground clearance make this a serious trailbike that's also accessible to a wide range of riders. Robust, Compact Frame Steel, diamond-type-design frame means great handling and strength. Engine Broad, Accessible Powerband Super-reliable, electric start, 223cc air-cooled, SOHC four-stroke puts out smooth, widespread power perfectly suited for all kinds of trails and riders. 6-Speed Transmission Smooth-shifting, six-speed transmission with heavy-duty clutch geared for maximum versatility and usable power delivery. Digital Ignition CDI magneto ignition system is ultra-reliable and nearly maintenance free. Free-Flowing Intake YZ-type air filter for easy maintenance and maximum airflow. Forestry-Friendly Exhaust Lightweight exhaust with quiet muffler and USFS-approved spark arrestor. Low Maintenance Engine Automatic cam chain tensioner means minimal maintenance and longer engine life. Chassis/Suspension Robust, Compact Frame Steel frame with compact wheelbase and low seat height combines accessibility to new or smaller riders with superb maneuverability and super-responsive handling. Advanced Rear Suspension Linkage-mounted adjustable rear shock serves up 8.7 inches of smooth, progressive rear wheel travel for great bump absorption and handling. Trail-Ready Front Fork 36mm front fork with 9.4 inches of wheel travel provides plush, confidence-inspiring control over rough terrain. Generous Ground Clearance 11.6 inches of ground clearance should be enough to deal with almost any trail. Lightweight Swingarm Aluminum box-section swingarm features snail-type chain adjusters for quick and easy chain adjustments. Dual Disc Braking System Front 220mm disc and 130mm rear drum brakes for powerful, confident stops. MX-Style Wheels and Tires Full-size 21-inch front and 18-inch rear aluminum wheels keep unsprung weight down, while knobby tires provide motocross-spec grip. Additional Features Comfortable Saddle Long gripper seat is low, comfortable, and allows easy rider movement. Racy Styling Team Yamaha-inspired colors, graphics and front and side number plates create distinctive styling. Grippy Footpegs Large, folding, cleated foot pegs provide excellent footing, even in wet or muddy conditions. Fork Protection Durable fork boots provide excellent fork seal and stanchion tube protection.
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    Great bike for learning, and trail riding, reliable never gives up, its fuel efficient. Note: season of riding blew the countershaft seal, leaked most of oil out, Beware of this and watch for wheat stock i thing leaving it there is what caused it!
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    I am fairly new to riding with 2 wheels. Always had quads in the past. This bike has been great to learn on. Smooth power and easy to handle.
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    Solid "little" bike for trails. Little meaning dry weight being nearly 230 lbs!
  11. 0 comments

    Thought this would be an updated version of my TTR 225, Boy what a let down.Most uncomfortable bike i was ever on.too light,seat too skinny, i'll take the 2003 TTR 225 anyday, Hands down
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    So far so good
  13. 6 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 3 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 223 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: SOHC Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 6 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Disc Rear Brakes: Drum TIRES Front Tire(s): 80/100 R21 Rear Tire(s): 100/100 R18 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 54.1 / 1374 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 242 / 109.8 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 2.1 / 7.9 Seat Height (in / mm): 34.8 / 883.9 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Not Available Digital Instrumentation: Not Available Windshield: Not Available
  14. I'm still unsure of what kind of bike to buy. I'm 23 and 5'7 roughly 180lbs . This will be my first bike. I'll mostly be doing trails but I want a bike that I will not out grow soon. I'd like to have it for a few years. Knowing how I am once I get started I'm sure I'm going to want to do some smaller jumps (nothing crazy) and enduro like stuff. That being said I was looking at a brand new ttr 230. Is that still a decent bike for what Im looking for? I read online people where saying this bike is slow but no idea what there concept of slow is. Hopefully someone can help me. Thank you
  15. I'm 5'3, 115lb, and I currently ride a ttr230. I ride some single track but mostly it's technical hill climbing. The 230 just doesn't seem suited for me in the rocky areas though. I have a really hard time getting the front tire off the ground and it's a pain to lift when I wipe out too. I rode my friends KX125 quite a few times before he sold it and I loved it, so I was wondering if maybe a two stroke would be better suited to what I ride? I know a lot of ppl say they're not good for hill climbing but then a lot say they are fine so I was hoping to get some opinions for my next bike or some input on how to make the ttr230 lighter maybe?
  16. Can't decide between 2007 TTR 230 or 2008 CRF 150R big wheel, I do mostly trail riding, desert, that kind of stuff. I am 6'1" and 165 lbs. Don't need a lot of power but I would like to know some pros and con's of both thnx
  17. What would be a good/cheap aftermarket shift lever for an 08 ttr230?
  18. dirtbiker247

    TTr230 Exhaust

    Will this exhaust fit a ttr 230.
  19. Today I went out riding, and I brought my little toolkit with me which includes 2 screwdrivers, a ratchet, a few sockets, electrical tape, and some spare bolts... Well, I got stuck on this one spot and my chain came off the rear sprocket...Not only that, but the chain got all jammed up around the C/S sprocket!! I figured that I'd just take the C/S sprocket off, and maybe get the chain back onto the sprockets without needing to open up the chain. Well that wasn't working. The chain was really jammed up in there. So I decided that maybe if I pop open the master link, I'd somehow be able to get the chain free. I didn't have a chain press tool with me or even vice grips or pliers either, so I wasn't sure how I was even going to get it back together. However, my main concern was just getting the chain off. I lifted the bike up onto a big log so that my rear wheel could spin freely (holy crap the TTR230 is heavy!! Now I see why you guys call it a pig!!). Still no luck... Fortunately I was 2 miles from my parents house. However, I still needed to push my bike up several very steep and muddy hills (no traction) just to get out of the woods. Oh ya, I forgot to mention that I lost the clip to the master link when I popped it off. It fell into leaves, and it was no where to be found. Therefore, even if I did get the chain off, I wouldn't be able to get it back together. So I pushed this pig up a lot of muddy hills out of the woods, and then up several steep hills on the road. Looking on the brightside, I had a great day up until then, and even after all this happened, I still got a GREAT workout in today!! Moral of the story: Bring something green to smoke next time . (and a spare master link and press tool)
  20. Ok so I've been working on my own bikes for a few years now. Still hate carburetors but I've gotten familiar with them. Picked up a beat up ttr230 for my girl and started working on it. Took the carb apart and it was missing all the o-rings and the washer in between the main jet and the main nozzle (no wonder it ran like shit). No o-rings produces air leaks. I've got all the o-rings in the correct place except one I think. Not sure where the o-ring goes on the main nozzle (could go on the tip or maybe in a groove above the threads) . And what role does that plastic washer in between the main jet and main nozzle? Manual gives a bare bones diagram I'll try to attach.
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    PERFORMANCE THAT'S OUTLASTING Light, simple and proven, the TT‑R230 delivers decades of low maintenance performance for all. Top Features Broad, Accessible Powerband YZ-inspired handling and looks, and a stout 223cc air-cooled, SOHC four-stroke producing predictable, broadband power, make the TT-R230 a great choice for beginner and intermediate riders. Racing-Derived Ergonomics Competition-style flat seat/tank junction for great rider mobility. Convenient Electric Start Electric start makes getting started a simple pushbutton exercise. Trail-Ready Dimensions A low seat height on top of a long-travel suspension and 11.6 inches of ground clearance make this a serious trailbike that's also accessible to a wide range of riders. Robust, Compact Frame Steel, diamond-type-design frame means great handling and strength. Engine Broad, Accessible Powerband Super-reliable, electric start, 223cc air-cooled, SOHC four-stroke puts out smooth, widespread power perfectly suited for all kinds of trails and riders. 6-Speed Transmission Smooth-shifting, six-speed transmission with heavy-duty clutch geared for maximum versatility and usable power delivery. Digital Ignition CDI magneto ignition system is ultra-reliable and nearly maintenance free. Free-Flowing Intake YZ-type air filter for easy maintenance and maximum airflow. Forestry-Friendly Exhaust Lightweight exhaust with quiet muffler and USFS-approved spark arrestor. Low Maintenance Engine Automatic cam chain tensioner means minimal maintenance and longer engine life. Chassis/Suspension Robust, Compact Frame Steel frame with compact wheelbase and low seat height combines accessibility to new or smaller riders with superb maneuverability and super-responsive handling. Advanced Rear Suspension Linkage-mounted adjustable rear shock serves up 8.7 inches of smooth, progressive rear wheel travel for great bump absorption and handling. Trail-Ready Front Fork 36mm front fork with 9.4 inches of wheel travel provides plush, confidence-inspiring control over rough terrain. Generous Ground Clearance 11.6 inches of ground clearance should be enough to deal with almost any trail. Lightweight Swingarm Aluminum box-section swingarm features snail-type chain adjusters for quick and easy chain adjustments. Dual Disc Braking System Front 220mm disc and 130mm rear drum brakes for powerful, confident stops. MX-Style Wheels and Tires Full-size 21-inch front and 18-inch rear aluminum wheels keep unsprung weight down, while knobby tires provide motocross-spec grip. Additional Features Comfortable Saddle Long gripper seat is low, comfortable, and allows easy rider movement. Racy Styling Team Yamaha-inspired colors, graphics and front and side number plates create distinctive styling. Grippy Footpegs Large, folding, cleated foot pegs provide excellent footing, even in wet or muddy conditions. Fork Protection Durable fork boots provide excellent fork seal and stanchion tube protection.
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    This is a great trail working machine. Put ice tires on it this past winter and it was a hoot on the ice. Go out and grab yourself a 230 for an extra bike.
  23. 0 comments

    Really impressive, low maintenance machine. Really solid if you are looking for dirt only fun.
  24. 0 comments

    Love it so far but have not really had a chance to ride.
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