RD350LC

Yamaha RD350LC (1983-1986) with oil details and gear ratios

Yamaha RD350LC (1983-1986) with oil details and gear ratios:
FeatureValue
EngineAir-cooled 2-stroke twin
Displacement348 cc (21.2 cu in)
Bore and stroke56 mm (2.20 in) x 50.6 mm (1.99 in)
Compression ratio8.5:1
Power41 hp (31 kW) at 9,500 rpm
Torque30 lb⋅ft (41 N⋅m) at 7,500 rpm
IgnitionCDI
CarburetionMikuni VM34
ClutchWet multi-plate
Transmission6-speed
Final driveChain
FrameDouble cradle
SuspensionFront: Telescopic fork, 41 mm (1.6 in) travel
Rear: Twin shocks, 90 mm (3.5 in) travel
BrakesFront: Disc
Rear: Disc
WheelsFront: 18 inches
Rear: 18 inches
TiresFront: 100/90-18
Rear: 120/90-18
Seat height31.1 inches (790 mm)
Wheelbase56.5 inches (1,435 mm)
Rake and trail26° / 3.9 inches (99 mm)
Dry weight324 lb (147 kg)
Fuel capacity3.7 US gal (14.0 L)
Oil capacity4.2 US qt (4.0 L)
Gear Ratios1st: 2.30
2nd: 1.75 |
3rd: 1.35 |
4th: 1.15 |
5th: 1.00 |
6th: 0.85 |
TestResult
0-60 mph7.0 seconds
Top speed115 mph (185 km/h)
Fuel economy40 mpg (17 kmpl)
Oil Details
Type: SAE 30
Capacity: 4.2 US qt (4.0 L)

RD350LC (1983-1986)
Yamaha RD350LC motorcycle
Yamaha RD350LC motorcycle

The RD350LC was a limited-production motorcycle that was designed to be a more competitive version of the RD350. It had a number of performance upgrades, including a more powerful engine, better brakes, and a stiffer suspension. The RD350LC was a fast and agile bike, but it was also expensive and difficult to find.

Pros:

Faster and more agile than the RD350
Improved brakes and suspension
Limited-production model
Cons:

Expensive and difficult to find
Not as well-rounded as the RD350

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