Originally Posted by 2whlrcr
At that age, I would say the only thing that matters is the condition of the bike and parts availability.
Thank you! I have my trusty TY350 sitting in the garage for lack of a piston replacement.
[It has a second life as a high skool art drawing prompt, teh kids love it.
Ironically, if one could operate a 2stroke internal combustion engined vehicle in a public institutions building:
I could ride the thing up the stair around the landing up the stair to teh art room; but I have to drain the gas, stick in teh elevator, and walk it down the hall, after hours. [RR to come, lol.]
Sources / availability for TY250 piston / cylinder retrofit replacement???
Beats the bike just sitting in skool as a stinkin' still-life.
Thanks to any posts!
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