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Custom Built Motorcycles : Other Cafe Racer - professionally built 1979 Yamaha xs750 triple

$5,500

Lake Orion, Michigan

Year 1979

Make Custom Built Motorcycles

Model -

Category Caf Racer

Engine 750

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Just finished professionally built 1979 Yamaha xs750 triple Cafe Racer Complete overhaul of entire motorcycle, (motor had 11k original miles, good compression)New and restored:Suspension- front end complete forks, brakes, rotors 2013 Yamaha YZF R6r, new rear shocksEngine rebuilt, (all new seals, rings, valve job, new bolts....)Carbs rebuilt kit and soda blasted cleanK&N filtersNew headersNew stainless steel dime city cone performance mufflerNew gas tank seals, peacocks, and gas tank sealerNew Tires (only test ride)USA Legendary Motorcycles Alloy seat with professional real leather seat ($1,500 seat)Top of line GPS mph and rpm gageTop Dime City billet aluminum shifter pegsFrame and swing arm stripped to metal and professional powder coatedNew Shorai lithium battery and special Shorai direct connect chargerGood ridge stainless steel braided frt brake linesNew aluminum turn single and all switchesNew headlight and brake lightsAnd many more new parts as seen in photos$5,000 in new parts alone and hundreds of hours work Clean clear michigan title I retired a year ago after 32 years as a lead designer for one of the worlds largest automaker. I was in charge of many award winning show cars. I spent the last year building this bike as I go through my bucket list of projects I always wanted to build. Never put a plate or insurance on this bike and only test tuned in driveway and down subdivision street. This bike would be nice for bike shows, local cafe racer cruises, or nice display show bike.

Trim XS750f

Yamaha : XS 1979 yamaha xs 750 triple custom built motorcycle show quality magazine build

$12,400

Louisville, Kentucky

Year 1979

Make Yamaha

Model XS

Category -

Engine 750

Posted Over 1 Month

Just finished professionally built 1979 Yamaha XS750 Triple Cafe Racer37 miles!!!Built / Designed & Signed By: Alan Rhodes of GM Hummer He retired after 32 years as a lead designer for one of the worlds largest automaker.He spent a year building this bike as he went through his bucket list of projects he always wanted to build. I purchased the motorcycle off Alan. Took it to local shows, and loved having it in my collection for some time. If you like attention and a unique bike, this is for you! Complete overhaul of entire motorcycle, (motor had 11k original miles & had good compression) New and restored: Frame and swing arm completely stripped to metal and professional powder coated jet gloss black Suspension- Front end - complete fork setup, double big piston brakes & rotors from - 2013 Yamaha YZF R6r New adjustable rear shocks Good ridge stainless steel braided front brake lines Engine rebuilt, (all new seals, rings, valve job, new bolts, etc....)-Mikuni Carbs-Rebuild kit and soda blasted cleanK&N filtersNew headersNew stainless steel Dime City cone performance mufflerNew gas tank seals, peacocks, and gas tank sealerNew Tires (Avon) USA Legendary Motorcycles Alloy seat with professional real leather seat ($1,500 seat)Handmade By: Dave Ashenbremer Legendary Motorcycles Top of line GPS mph and RPM gauge (Legendary Motorcycles)Dime City billet aluminum shifter pegs New Shorai lithium battery and special Shorai direct connect charger New aluminum turn single and all switchesNew headlight and brake lights I've rode the bike very short distances and everything works. The only thing I've noticed is that the carbs and the clutch will need some slight adjustments. I will leave all this up to the buyer. -MANY more new parts as seen in photos- $5,000 in new parts alone and hundreds of hours work Clean & Clear Kentucky Title w/ by name on it This bike would be nice for bike shows, local cafe racer cruises, or nice display show bike.

Yamaha : XS 1979 yamaha xs 750 f 14 007 miles shaft drive kick and electric start nicebike

$3,885

Schaumburg, Illinois

Year 1979

Make Yamaha

Model XS

Category Sport Touring Motorcycles

Engine 750

Posted Over 1 Month

LOCAL INSPECTION AVAILABLE IN SCHAUMBURG, IL. CALL OR WRITE: (847)for-FIEV-FOR(74AY-TEE) craigsslistt@juno.com Private collector selling a vintage 1979 Yamaha XS-750F Triple with 14,007 miles (and counting). ~ KICK and ELECTRIC START ~ 5-Speed SHAFT DRIVE (smooth riding). ~ Original Seat Included (not installed) ~ Both Petcocks rebuilt ~ Choke works perfect ~ All lights & signals work. (Horn button does not work, don't know if it's the button, wiring, fuse or ?) ~ Original Seat Included (not installed) ~ Kick starts on the first try when it's warmed up. ~ Brand New Dunlaps ~ Brand New Battery ~ Carbs just cleaned and adjusted. They are SPOTLESS! ~ Nice grumbling, throaty exhaust sound any Harley Rider would appreciate. This bike really turns heads and I get lots of compliments on how clean it is. Everything works: all lights, turn signals, gauges, clutch, pet cocks, choke, "cruise control", everything. The only real "issue" is common with this bike. 2nd gear doesn't grab and I upshift to 3rd usually. This is a relatively easy repair that anyone that's even slightly mechanical can do. I will fix it this Fall if I end up not selling the bike. I also will include step-by-step pictured directions on how to fix this problem with the sale of the bike. I would even be willing to do it myself for $500.00. It's easy, but rather laborious. The Yamaha XS-750's 3-Cylinder design, along with its SHAFT DRIVE, makes these highly sought after bikes, especailly with such LOW MILES for a 37-year-old bike. This bike has averaged about 350 miles per year for the past 37 years and it's condition reflects that. Normal wear and tear, but overall, this is a CLEAN bike. Feel free to ask any questions. If you're local, just give me a call. Thank you. Sold "AS-IS" with no warranties. Shipping is Buyer's responsibility. I will assist any way I can. Acceptable forms of payment are CASH IN PERSON only We can meet at my bank to handle all the paperwork. Free and Clear title. After the sale, I can store it up to 90 days for $180; enough time to arrange for transport. It can also be ridden home. It's completely road worthy. If your Ebay Feedback Score is less than 3, please send us a message before you bid/buy, or it may be canceled and you blocked from further bidding. THANK YOU FOR READING THIS ENTIRE AUCTION BEFORE BUYING. :)

Trim XS 750F

1979 Yamaha Xs750

$1,000

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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1979 Yamaha Xs750 , Nice Bike. Runs Good. Fun Bike to Ride. Great Caf Racer Project. Triple Carbs. Asking $1000, or Best Offer. Some Stock Parts are included. $1,000.00 4147361193

1979 Yamaha XS750 SF

$9,899

Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

Year 2007

Make Harley Davidson

Model FLSTF - Fat Boy

Category -

Engine -

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2007 Harley Davidson FLSTF - Fat Boy , Only the name is the same on the revised to the FLSTF Fat Boy, which grows bigger, broader and brighter for 2007. Besides more power, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and standard Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), the Fat Boy gets funkier and flashier with a major upgrade to its already muscular profile. Start at the back with a new 200mm rear tire and extra chopped rear fender. A new two-tone and two-up seat with laced triple bullet tank strap sits behind a traditional Fat Bob fuel tank with new customized graphics matching those on the fenders and laced triple bullet detailed tank strap. The Fat Boy cuts a wide path with a new 17-inch front wheel, chrome front fork nacelle and giant bare knuckle risers and a fat custom internally-wired handlebar. New Silver, Bullet Hole Disc Cast Aluminum wheels complete the new Fat Boy look. It's big, bad and fatter than ever.

1979 Yamaha Xs750 SF

$750

Wellston, Ohio

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1979 Yamaha Xs750 SF, This is a very nice Yamaha triple 750 CC bike I purchased with all intent of keeping it and making it my own . This bike has NO TITLE~!- It will require applying for a salvage title and getting the bike inspected by the Ohio State Patrol. I have been offered a position with a company based in Europe and do not have the time to even deal with the bikes completion or titling before leaving. This bike has 6557.1 ORIGINAL MILES~! This is one sweet girl she is on track to be a serious cafe' racer as she is set up to go that direction as you see in the picks . Many dollars and many hours later she is one sexy beast. Perfect? No not hardly but this is a 1979 "Yamaha triple"Those of you who know Japanese bikes , know of the most technological bike if its day.The Yamaha triple is so famous it has it's very own online club. This bike needs the brand new "low profile smoked lens turn signals" hooked up ( they are mounted just not hooked up) , carbs sinked(bike runs now drives now and runs well -needs tuned), and the headlight stopped working last week- ( simple fix behind the headlight). What's new? plugs, carbs cleaned(not sinked), turn signals , tires (front and back) , BRAND NEW end bar mirrors(included)new tach cable , front brake pads(new rear brake pads included but not needed)spare set of carbs(I PAID -$150) side covers (I PAID-$100) but need painted. This bike runs and is driveable-the tranny(all gears) and clutch work perfect the machine runs and idles but the carbs need to be synced.This machine is for a real lover of these bikes and you will need to sync the carbs look at the headlight and get the turn signals working then get it inspected and file for a salvage title as I do NOT have the title and that is why I am under 1k in price I can give you a bill of sale .I can tell you I went to the BMV in Jackson Ohio and they ran the VIN # and it is NOT stolen and has no leans against this bike.It just needs the TLC I do not have time to give her AND for the new owner to finish the project-as I said and as the picks show she is 99.9% there :( $750 or best offer -AS IS and as of today- .....THIS bike will be$1500 if I do end up having to finish it and getting the title myself. $750.00

1979 Yamaha Xs750 SF

$3,000

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Category -

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17,500 actual miles. 2nd owner. Excellent condition. Pro-maintained. The throaty exhaust note of this bike alone is worth the purchase. It's a classic bike. shaft-driven, in-line triple. Extremely clean. Yamaha built this bike "Bulletproof" as they say. Subtle, classy modifications make this a sleek cafe racer. This bike will make you believe motorcycles have souls. The name of this rolling legend is "Trey". Though he was always kind to me, he sounded angry the whole time. I got my motorcycle license a few days prior & flew to Denver to buy this bike. My very 1st time on a motorcycle was a 10-day ride through the Rockies, the Salt Flats (Where we did 115mph), through Yellowstone, the Tetons, the Bighorns, through Beartooth Pass, to the Devil's Tower, Sturgis, Mt. Rushmore, the Badlands and home. This machine took me 2,700 miles, through all sorts of weather, & huge elevation changes but never once had to be touched or tuned. Click here for more pics of the bike and trip. Trey is a solid, sexy bike but the rider is what makes it magic. Be the next to take it on an adventure! Reason for sale: I purchased the bike only for the trip. With the money from the sale I'll be buying my girlfriend & I small, vintage bikes to roll around town in. Keywords: Yamaha, Honda, Cafe Racer, Bobber, Custom, Classic, 70's, Triple, Chopper, Moto Guzzi, Ducati.

Yamaha : XS Yamaha Triple XS750SE (xs 750) Special 1979

$1,100

Old Forge, New York

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Model -

Category -

Engine -

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In good condition, gas tank creamed and resealed, front brakes rebuilt and new pads. NEW: fuel lines, headlight bezel, headlight, signals front & rear, carb rebuild (all three), carb boots, air filter pods. Also comes with original air box, seat and rear cowl for non "special" 750, extra wiring harness and other misc. parts. All work done by a professional motorcycle mechanic. I believe that I am the second owner but bike sat around for a few years before i picked it up. Runs and rides good just don't have the time to ride anymore (kids & work.) For sale with no expressed or written warranty. pick up preferred, delivery can be negotiated. contact with any questions

Yamaha : XS Yamaha Triple XS750SE (xs 750) Special 1979

$1,200

Old Forge, New York

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In good condition, gas tank creamed and resealed, front brakes rebuilt and new pads. NEW: fuel lines, headlight bezel, headlight, signals front & rear, carb rebuild (all three), carb boots, air filter pods. Also comes with original air box, seat and rear cowl for non "special" 750, extra wiring harness and other misc. parts. All work done by a professional motorcycle mechanic. I believe that I am the second owner but bike sat around for a few years before i picked it up. Runs and rides good just don't have the time to ride anymore (kids & work.) For sale with no expressed or written warranty. pick up preferred, delivery can be negotiated. contact with any questions

Yamaha : XS 1979 Yamaha XS 750 Special

$600

Chillicothe, Illinois

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Category -

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This is a 1979 Yamaha XS 750 Special. I found her in a guy's garage under a pile of stuff. What attracted me to the bike was her overall clean condition and that Kerker exhaust. That's like the Holy Grail to Yamaha Triple guys She also has foam air cleaners that I believe are K&N's. The previous owner said he rode her up until a couple of years ago when he got a Harley. After that he parked the old girl and never touched her. The bike looks good for being 35 years-old. The tank has some small ripples in the top where stuff was piled on and a few nicks in the paint. The chrome could use a good polishing, but I think it would look great of you did. The seat looks like brand new; The PO must have replaced the seat cover recently. The electrics look good, not a chopped up as you often find. Tires look good, but I would replace them due to age. One side cover is missing. Other than that, I'd recommend doing a service and clean the carbs. I haven't tried to get her running, but I don't think it would take much. The engine turns over freely and makes good compression. I put a low price on her so the value of the individual parts would cover your investment. If you get her running, so much the better. Please don't hesitate to message me if you have any questions.Paypal only, please. Thanks for looking.

Yamaha : XS Yamaha 1100 Special

$2,500

Melbourne, Florida

Year 1979

Make Yamaha

Model XS

Category Standard Motorcycles

Engine -

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Here's an opportunity to own a rare classic, in excellent, unmolested condition. The XS11 was the first four-cylinder four-stroke motorcycle from Yamaha. It exploited well-proven technology, first used by Yamaha in their previously released XS 750 four-stroke triple. When the XS11 was introduced, it earned a reputation as a heavy, powerful bike. At the time of its release it was the most powerful production motorcycle money could buy. This was the start of the superbikes craze. This bike has 37000 original miles. The only modifications are a 4 into 1 header exhaust and the air box has been replaced with K&N filter pods. It runs very well and is a very quick machine. It's best attribute is the riding position and weight of the bike makes for a very comfortable cruising position. It is very powerful and sounds great. A classic collectible bike

Trim 1100

1979 Yamaha XS1100

$1,695

Bettendorf, Iowa

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1979 Yamaha XS1100, The XS Eleven was the first four-cylinder four-stroke motorcycle from Yamaha. It was closely based on Yamaha's previously released XS750 four-stroke triple. When the XS Eleven was introduced, it earned a reputation as a powerful bike. At the time of its release it was the most powerful production motorcycle money could buy. This one only has 23,644 miles! It has been fully serviced, and for it's age, it looks and good!! It has a four into one pipe on it, so it has a pleasing exhaust note.   If you are looking for a smooth bike, check this one out!! Check out brennys dot com for this and other bikes and ATVs.  

2017 Suzuki DR-Z125L

$23,000

Orlando, Florida

Year 1979

Make Honda

Model CB 750F

Category -

Engine 750 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

I'm selling my Custom Honda CB750F SuperSport. There are only 2 like these in the world. The tank and engine are from a 1979 Honda however the rest has all been custom built and brought together. The front end is from a 2012 Yamaha R6 and the rear end is from a 2011 Ducati Multistrada. It has dual Mikuni race carburetors and a performance 4 into 1 Competition Werkes exhaust. The speedo/tach is built into the triple tree to keep with the minimalistic look. It also has matching Marchesini wheels. I love the bike and I can't ride it without people stopping me or taking pictures, but I want to move on to the next project. Asking 23K OBO. Call or text. Honda, Cafe Racer, Street Bike, Super Sport, Ducati, Yamaha, Race Bike, Brat, Scrambler, Bobber,

Yamaha : XS 1979 Yamaha XS750 Special - Cafe Racer

$3,000

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Year -

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Model -

Category -

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17,500 miles. 2nd owner. Excellent condition. Pro-maintained. This bike will make you believe motorcycles have souls. I got my motorcycle license & flew to Denver to buy this bike. My 1st time on a motorcycle was a 10-day ride through the Rockies, the Salt Flats (Where we did 115mph), through Yellowstone, the Tetons, the Bighorns, over Beartooth Pass, to the Devil's Tower, Sturgis, Mt. Rushmore, the Badlands and home. This machine took me through 2,700 miles, in all sorts of weather, & huge elevation changes but never once had to be touched or tuned. Click here for more pics of the bike and trip. The name of this rolling legend is "Trey". Though he was always kind to me, he sounded angry the whole time. The throaty exhaust note of this bike alone is worth the purchase. It's a classic bike. shaft-driven, in-line triple. Subtle, classy modifications make this a cafe racer but the rider is what makes it magic. Be the next to take it on an adventure!

Yamaha : XS 1975 yamaha xs 650 mint original condition

$5,400

Rodeo, California

Year 1975

Make Yamaha

Model XS

Category -

Engine 650

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Up for sale is a very clean YAMAHA XS 650 ,Has about 17,000 miles on it about 900 with fresh top end , all original except for the Kirker headers on the bike I do not have the original Pipes , also I removed the points and condenser and installed an electronic Ignition for a more reliable ride , other that that it is all ORIGINAL STOCK bike , the seat , cables , and everything else are original , I have installed new tires and tubes and rim strips for the spokes , the aluminum rims are absolutely perfect ! Changed the brakes out when the tires were installed this bike is ready to ride Seriously , Added a new Gel Battery , All original paint and graphics . Had the carbs rebuilt and tuned at Shear's Cycles in Newark Ca. This bike sounds great and rides even nicer . Was stored in a garage since 1989 . I have owned this bike since 2012 and it has current license and registration in California ...... Model history[edit]The 1970 model was designated the XS-1.[2] Subsequent Yamaha Xs650 models[3] were XS-1B (1971), XS-2 (1972), then TX (1973), TX-A (1974), XS-B (1975), XS-C (1976), XS-D (1977), XS-E (1978), XS-F (1979). 1979 was the last year of the so-called "Standards" (an unofficial term commonly used to differentate it from the "Special," which has pullback bars, a teardrop tank, and other differences in appearance). The Es and Fs also came in Special form: XS-SE (S for Special) and XS-SF. From then on they were Specials only to XS-SG, XS-SH, XS-SJ, XS-SK. There was a Special II (Two) model designation in 1979 (XS-SF-II), 1980 (XS-G), 1981 (XS-H) which were models with fewer chrome parts and drum rear brake (1979, 1980) or wire wheels (1981) versus disc rear brake or cast wheels.The first two model years (XS-1 and XS-1B) were kick start only, with an electric starter added from the 1972 model year on. This had a compression release added to the front left exhaust tappet cover resulting in a square versus triangular cover found on the other exhaust and intake covers. Upon removal of the compression release mechanism in 1974 due to uprated starter, the square cover at the left exhaust valve was continued.Brake modification notes:Drum fronts on early models cannot be changed.Pre '77 & post '77 fronts have different (offset) brake discs, the wheels swap but not the discs.Drum rear wheel into rear disc frame needs the rear drum frame swingarm too.Disk rear wheel into rear drum frame needs the rear disc frame swingarm and also needs brake master-cylinder lugs welded to the frame.Handling differences on swapping rear wheels:-Standard rear tire is 110/90-18. Special rear tire is 130/90-16. Because the Standard tire is narrower it will tend to steer a bit more quickly. Because the Special tire is wider it will tend to be a bit steadier in a straight line. Overall gearing is not changed from the Standard, as the two tires are essentially the same outside diameter.Prior to the XS-B model, the bike had a reputation for speed wobbles but adjustments to the 1975 setup overcame these.1976 models had the front brake caliper moved to the right fork leg, behind the fork as opposed to in front of the fork. This placed the brake caliper nearer the axle center-line, requiring slightly less effort to steer.Mid-'77 the front forks had a major redesign, fork tube diameter increased from 34 to 35 mm (1.4 in) and internals were changed (although this also holds true for various years of the same tube size). The entire fork assembly (with triple tree) will swap either way but fork parts are not equivalent. Also the brake caliper changed from a 48 mm (1.9 in) dual piston cast iron design for the 34 mm (1.3 in) fork to a 40 mm (1.6 in) aluminum single piston floating caliper for the 35 mm (1.4 in) forks. The brake caliper mounting lugs on the fork sliders are of different spacing for the 34 mm (1.3 in) and 35 mm (1.4 in) forks so the calipers can't be swapped.End of production[edit]The XS 650 was produced until 1985. The last model year was 1983 in the United States, with Canada, Europe and other markets continuing into 1984 and 1985. However, many US models remained unsold for some years due to overproduction and an economic recession and brand new 1982 and 1983 models could still be purchased in 1987 at some dealerships.Design[edit]Engine[edit]Like its contemporaries in its class the XS 650 has a 360° crank angle. This provides an even firing interval between the twocylinders, but also generates some vibration caused by the two pistons rising and falling together. This vibration is particularly noticeable at idle.The XS 650s valves are operated by a single overhead camshaft (SOHC) whereas almost all contemporaries in its class have pushrod valvegear[citation needed].The 360 degrees crankshaft uses three roller bearings and a ball bearing. The camshaft uses four ball bearings, and rolling bearings are used throughout the rest of the engine. Connecting rods turn on needle bearings. Since the engine is SOHC, there are no pushrods to operate the valves. The camshaft gets its drive from a single-row chain running from the center of the crankshaft. Chain tension is maintained by a spring-loaded guide, which also takes up unnecessary slack. The intake valve opens 47 degrees BTC, closes 67 degrees ATC, yielding intake duration of 294 degrees, exhaust duration on 281 degrees, and an overlap of 88 degrees. Because the flywheel is lighter than British contemporaries, the engine tends to pick up revs more rapidly when the throttle is opened quickly.During the later developments of the engine compression ratios were lowered, then raised. Pistons were lightened 20 percent along with connecting rods to reduce the reciprocating mass inside the engine. Aluminum pistons are slightly domed with valve pockets. Pistons have three rings installed, two compression and one oil control ring.Horizontal split of the crankcases offers the advantages of oil tightness through the elimination of vertical joints and one-step access to both the lower end and the gearbox. Oil pressure is provided by the trochoidal pump, driven by a steel spur gear off the crankshaft. The main bearings, crank pins, transmission main shaft, clutch bushing, shifter fork guide bar, and rocker arms are lubricated by pressurized oil, whereas the rest of the engine is lubricated by “oil splash.”[4][5]Carburetion[edit]Pre-1980 models use the twin 38 mm (1.5 in) constant velocity Mikuni carburetors that can be tuned by moving the needle clip position, or by replacing jets. In the carburetors the velocity of the fuel mixture through the venturi, regulated by the opening of the butterfly valves and engine speed, causes a pressure difference between the top and the bottom of the carburetor pistons. This pressure difference raises and lowers the carburetor slides, increasing or decreasing engine output accordingly.Post-1979 models use smaller 34 mm (1.3 in) Mikuni CV carbs with needles that seem to be listed in parts menus as being 'fixed' position,(in other words a needle that may only have one clip position). The pilot and main jets can be changed for different sizes. If the 34 mm (1.3 in) CV carb needles only have one fixed clip position.Ignition[edit]The models up to 1979 use points ignition. Two sets of points are located on the upper left of the cylinder head. On the right side cylinder head, an advance mechanism is located. An advance mechanism is used to retard the timing for easy starting and smooth idle. Post-1979 models use electronic ignition systems.1979 Yamaha XS650 Advance Mechanism1979 Yamaha XS650 Point IgnitionPerformance[edit]Cycle World tested the XS650 in March 1979.[6] It ran the standing-start quarter mile 13.86 seconds with a terminal speed of 96.05 mph (154.58 km/h). The motorcycle's average fuel economy was 51.4 miles per US gallon (4.58 L/100 km; 61.7 mpg-imp)[7]See also[edit]Yamaha XS750 Triple SpecialKawasaki KZ650Honda CB650References[edit]Jump up^ "Yamaha XS 650". Classic Japanese Bikes. Retrieved 2012-04-16.Jump up^ Ric Anderson (Premier Issue). "Yamaha XS650". Motorcycle Classics. Retrieved2009-08-24. Check date values in: |date= (help)Jump up^ Yamaha Xs650 model ID table, Code, Serial Number, Year, Color(s) - Xs650chopper - Retrieved 2013-07-24Jump up^ "Yamaha Xs". Biker.net. 2006-01-24. Retriev Please check out all the pictures I have it listed here local as well and may end the auction early