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Old 11 Apr 2012
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yamaha ttr600 belgarda

hi guys...
im a newbie here and one of my bikes is a mint uk spec blue 2005 ttr600re...the electric start model and sachs rear shock unit..
i like th look of the red/white belgarda models..
im looking either a parts manual for the belgarda or part numbers for the plastics..
my local yamaha dealer cant supply these numbers as its not an official uk model..
im looking the part numbers for the following..
red/white headlight cowl
white front fender/mudguard
red fork leg protector
also the blue rear fender from the blue belgarda model
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am also looking a good used ohlins rear shock from the belgarda model if anyone has one for sale..
any help would be greatly appreciated
thanks
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You can ask a foreing dealer. Here you have one in Spain Motorshop Granada

Plastics of Belgarda models are usually Acerbis and cheaper than the japanese ones.
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Try these:

For a pdf file of the manual contact David Lambeth 00 44 (0)1205 871945 | Rally & Overland Specialist.

For parts or prices thereof contact Honda Yamaha Suzuki Kawasaki KTM Victory Ducati Motorbike dealers - P & H Motorcycles, no part number needed but they'll no doubt supply the number if you want to know it. The body panels are very good value or even silly-cheap. Remember the screen includes a decal and it's hardly worth cleaning up a used screen and buying a new decal. Lindsay.

You'll need to have the frame number to quote to them.
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I normally like my Yamaha's in blue but that red and white one looks very nice and not seen one before.
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I normally like my Yamaha's in blue but that red and white one looks very nice and not seen one before.
ive now got the parts manual for the red/white belgarda manaul..
after a while on the hone with my local yamaha dealer ive finally ordered a new front mudguard in white..new headlight cowl in red..fork leg protectors in red...new rear mudguard in white..and new black/red seat cover...just the tank to sort out now....
the original blue uk bikes tanks are moulded in white and painted blue..easy sorted to change to white/red..
looking an ohlins rear shock and a set of supermoto wheels
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I normally like my Yamaha's in blue but that red and white one looks very nice and not seen one before.
good to talk alan..sean
this is my bike today..took exhaust off and gave the downpipes a good polish

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Hi superfour
There were a couple different red and black tank designs.
I have a red and white spare tank from a 98 Bellgarda and another one slightly different design if you need.
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Hi superfour
There were a couple different red and black tank designs.
I have a red and white spare tank from a 98 Bellgarda and another one slightly different design if you need.
yes i know there were a couple of different styles..
when i was ordering my bits of yamaha today the said a new blue re tank was £500 odd quid..i got a brand new blue tank..still in its original box..never used today for £50..bargain eh..
whats your tank like? anything like the style in this pic?
im able to get all the graphics from a site in germany..
i notice inside the re blue tanks that the plastic is white..even though my own original tank is mint i will strip the paint off it and see what its like..might just have to spray the top red and apply the decals and clear coat it..

can you send me pics of your tank..condition and price?
thanks
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this pic is the graphics im after..

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looking an ohlins rear shock and a set of supermoto wheels
I had a blue TTR600 - the kicker model - a few years ago, and I never quite took to it; I was basically too old to be kicking over a 600 single when they can be a bit temperamental (and there was no leccy start as a backup).
There should be quite a few threads in here, years ago around 2007, on this subject

One thing; the exhaust end cap is held on with just two pop rivets - yep, one day mine blew off and disappeared somewhere into the hedgerows, so I had to get a new exhaust for that reason alone. It is well worth keeping an eye on those two, rather flimsy, pop rivets!!
And the pop rivets are inserted in the wrong orientation IMO. Once they wear a bit on the ends they get very loose, and hey presto!!

Second thing: I do happen to still have a set of super moto wheels for the TTR600 - Black Excel rims and Talon hubs with some rubber fitted - probably Bridgestone from memory.
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I had a blue TTR600 - the kicker model - a few years ago, and I never quite took to it; I was basically too old to be kicking over a 600 single when they can be a bit temperamental (and there was no leccy start as a backup).
There should be quite a few threads in here, years ago around 2007, on this subject

One thing; the exhaust end cap is held on with just two pop rivets - yep, one day mine blew off and disappeared somewhere into the hedgerows, so I had to get a new exhaust for that reason alone. It is well worth keeping an eye on those two, rather flimsy, pop rivets!!
And the pop rivets are inserted in the wrong orientation IMO. Once they wear a bit on the ends they get very loose, and hey presto!!

Second thing: I do happen to still have a set of super moto wheels for the TTR600 - Black Excel rims and Talon hubs with some rubber fitted - probably Bridgestone from memory.
hi..
got a mint red/white belgarda tank...also got a brand new still in original packaging blue tank...got too many tanks now :-)
an you send me pics of the supermoto wheels and price please to urbantiger82@hotmail.com

now i just need an ohlins rear shock from the belgrada..
tell me..the re model (electric start) i have..it has a cush drive in the sprocket carrier..the belgarda (kickstart) doesnt have cush drive..will the supermoto wheels fit into my electric start model ok?...is the hubs from each model the same width etc even though one has cush drive and the other doesnt?
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hi..
got a mint red/white belgarda tank...also got a brand new still in original packaging blue tank...got too many tanks now :-)
an you send me pics of the supermoto wheels and price please to ..................................

now i just need an ohlins rear shock from the belgrada..
tell me..the re model (electric start) i have..it has a cush drive in the sprocket carrier..the belgarda (kickstart) doesnt have cush drive..will the supermoto wheels fit into my electric start model ok?...is the hubs from each model the same width etc even though one has cush drive and the other doesnt?
Hi,
I will send you some pics soon, when I get some sorted out.

I have measured the rear hub spindle, if only because it has a couple of spacers (of equal size) which were used for my TTR600.
So, the spindle width of the basic Talon hub is 167 mm as well as I can measure it with a tape measure.
With the two spacers inserted into that hub, the dimension is 185 mm.

I haven't tried to measure the front hub spindle because it has the recess for the speedo drive - not impossible, would just need to define exactly where to measure it.
The front wheel does not use spacers for fitting to the TTR600.

Also, I am assuming that the spindle diameter on these bikes (R and the later RE) did not change.
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yes i know there were a couple of different styles..
when i was ordering my bits of yamaha today the said a new blue re tank was £500 odd quid..i got a brand new blue tank..still in its original box..never used today for £50..bargain eh..
whats your tank like? anything like the style in this pic?
im able to get all the graphics from a site in germany..
i notice inside the re blue tanks that the plastic is white..even though my own original tank is mint i will strip the paint off it and see what its like..might just have to spray the top red and apply the decals and clear coat it..

can you send me pics of your tank..condition and price?
thanks
sean
this pic is the graphics im after..
Thanks for the link for the graphics I see they do a few different styles and the tank on that gorgeous bike pictured is two colours which makes it look nicer, did you manage to locate a seat cover like the one on the picture rather than the standard one in black with a bit of red on it ?
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Thanks for the link for the graphics I see they do a few different styles and the tank on that gorgeous bike pictured is two colours which makes it look nicer, did you manage to locate a seat cover like the one on the picture rather than the standard one in black with a bit of red on it ?
andy i can get the part number for any of the seat covers you like...but i wont ever ever ever send a postal order for one
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Hi,
I will send you some pics soon, when I get some sorted out.

I have measured the rear hub spindle, if only because it has a couple of spacers (of equal size) which were used for my TTR600.
So, the spindle width of the basic Talon hub is 167 mm as well as I can measure it with a tape measure.
With the two spacers inserted into that hub, the dimension is 185 mm.

I haven't tried to measure the front hub spindle because it has the recess for the speedo drive - not impossible, would just need to define exactly where to measure it.
The front wheel does not use spacers for fitting to the TTR600.

Also, I am assuming that the spindle diameter on these bikes (R and the later RE) did not change.
thank you..looking forward to seeing pics of the wheels..
i now believe the belgarda and re wheels are interchangeable
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Thanks for the link for the graphics I see they do a few different styles and the tank on that gorgeous bike pictured is two colours which makes it look nicer, did you manage to locate a seat cover like the one on the picture rather than the standard one in black with a bit of red on it ?
andy this is the part number for the red/black seat cove you need..
5CH-F4731-10-00
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