2006 Yamaha TT-R90

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2006 Yamaha TT-R90
2006 Yamaha TT-R90

 

– 2006 Yamaha TT-R90

This little bike is perfect for the youngster who’s too big for the sandbox but still loves dirt.

With a quiet, reliable, but decidedly enthusiastic 4-stroke powerplant mated to a 3-speed transmission with automatic clutch, plus a nice low seat that lets most riders put both feet on the ground for added confidence, your little trail tamer will enjoy hassle-free riding while learning the ropes. The TT-R90 will have them out riding in no time. Unfortunately, it’ll be harder than ever to get them to come in for dinner.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Adult supervision and proper protective riding gear, including a helmet, are a must when a youngster is operating a TT-R90.


Engine:

Air-cooled, 89cc, SOHC, 2-valve, 4-stroke powerplant produces smooth, reliable novice friendly power.

Special lightweight crankshaft design means fast throttle response.

Automatic cam chain adjuster reduces maintenance, extends engine life and reduces mechanical noise.

16mm Mikuni VM16SH carburetor ensures crisp throttle response and great fuel economy.

Smooth-shifting, 3-speed transmission with automatic clutch eases the beginner into the basics of shifting, without the complications of a clutch.

CDI ignition system delivers a hot, reliable spark, sure starts and requires no maintenance.

Washable foam air filter reduces maintenance costs.

Lightweight, upswept exhaust system is quiet and comes equipped with a spark arrestor to protect Mother Nature. Heat shields protect young riders from hot components.

160mm (6.3″) of ground clearance and a rugged perforated engine skid plate maximize under-carriage protection.


Chassis/Suspension:


Rugged “mid size” steel Backbone-type frame design combines with a compact 1,040mm wheelbase for easy, agile handling.

Triangulated steel swingarm is both rugged and rigid.

Leading axle 26mm front fork with 110mm (3.9″) of wheel travel provides confidence-inspiring control over rough terrain.

Monocross single shock rear suspension with 95mm (3.7″) of wheel travel delivers progressive suspension performance to smooth out rugged trails. Spring preload has 2 positions of adjustment.

Low, 625mm (24.6″) seat height provides a handling-enhancing lower centre of gravity and allows most riders to put both feet firmly on the ground for added confidence.

Long, motocross-style seat is low, comfortable and allows easy rider movement.

Front and rear drum brakes deliver strong dependable stopping power.

Rugged steel rims fitted with knobby tires offer superb grip in the dirt.


Features:

Rugged YZ-inspired plastic body components resist damage in the event of a tip-over.

Team Yamaha-inspired colours, graphics, and front and side number plates create styling similar to the larger YZ line-up.

Serrated steel folding footpegs provide excellent footing even in wet or muddy conditions

Handlebar with reinforcing crossbar and protective foam pad

Upper and lower plastic chain guards reduce chain splatter and protect young riders.

Convenient paddle-style choke

On/off/reserve fuel petcock

IMPORTANT NOTE: Adult supervision and proper protective riding gear, including a helmet, are a must when a youngster is operating a TT-R90.



Specifications:

Engine

Engine Air-cooled, SOHC,4-stroke single
Displacement 89cc
Bore and Stroke 47 x 51.8mm
Compression Ratio 8.5:1
Maximum Torque 0.62kg-m (4.5 ft-lb)@ 4,000 rpm
Fuel Delivery Mikuni VM16SH
Ignition CDI
Transmission 3-speed w/auto clutch
Final Drive Chain


Chassis

Suspension (Front) 26mm fork
Suspension (Rear) Adjustable Monocross
Brakes (Front) Drum
Brakes (Rear) Drum
Tires (Front) 2.50-14
Tires (Rear) 3.00-12


Details

Length 1,525mm (60″)
Width 605mm (23.8″)
Height 865mm (34.1″)
Wheelbase 1,040mm (40.9″)
Seat Height 625mm (24.6″)
Dry Weight 61.1kg (134.2 lb)
Fuel Capacity 4.2 litres (0.9 imp. gallons)
Colour(s) Yamaha Blue


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