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Saiba mais sobre: RD 350 | DT200 | RD 135

Em 1967 a Yamaha lançou a RD, uma 350, 2 cilindros, 2 tempos.

Em 1968 é lançada a R2 350 com motor, chassi e componentes

totalmente diferentes, seu motor também 2 cilindros, 2 tempos,

passou a ser Twin (os pistões movimentam-se em conjunto).

Em 1969 foram fabricadas as R3, com visual similar a R2,

apenas com o velocímetro e tacômetro independentes

(antes era um mostrador único aclopado na cubado farol).

Assim como a R2, tiveram também a opção dos canos de

escapamento Scrambler (tipo trail)

e versão Grand Prix. Em 1970 vieram as R5, visual totalmente

remodelado e mecânica derivada das TR3 350 de competição,

imediatamente obtiveram sucesso em todo mundo.

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Yamaha RD 125, RD 125Z, RD 135 e RD 135Z foram modelos

de Moto produzidas e comercializadas no Brasil entre 1982 e 1999.

Sua principal e marcante característica é o Motor a dois tempos,

que oferece grande potência específica, ótimo desempenho,

grande possibilidade de preparação, bem como alto índice de

ruído e poluentes. Semelhante as Yamaha RD 350, foram

durante 17 anos comercializadas pela Yamaha do Brasil.

Após muitos anos comercializando motocicletas com Motor a

dois tempos e com muita tradição nas ruas e pistas de corrida,

a Yamaha do Brasil não pensou diferente ao introduzir no

mercado a RD 125Z em 1982.

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A Yamaha DT 200 é uma motocicleta com motor 2 tempos fabricada pela Yamaha no Brasil. A trail Yamaha DT200 surgiu no Brasil no final de 1991, em substituição a Yamaha DT 180, que sairia de catálogo em 1997. Em 1994, surgiu a Yamaha DT 200R, uma versão aprimorada da DT 200. Em 1997 a DT 180 e a DT 200 saíram de catálogo, e em 2000 a Yamaha DT 200R teve sua produção encerrada.

História

A Yamaha inaugurou o segmento trail no Brasil com a DT 180 no final de 1981. A DT 180 mostrou-se uma motocicleta muito versátil e robusta, mas com o passar dos anos apresentou limitações. Seu baixo desempenho e o alto consumo de combustível foram fatores que obrigaram a Yamaha a lançar uma versão mais moderna e aperfeiçoada de sua motocicleta trail. As concorrentes haviam lançado motos mais modernas e de melhor desempenho, como a Agrale EX 27.5 e a Honda XLX 350R.

Em 1990, a fábrica começou pesquisar um modelo trail, com base na DT 125, sucesso de vendas no exterior. A Yamaha determinou exigências em relação a sucessora da DT 180 que deveria possuir os seguintes atributos:

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Projeto desenvolvido para Yamaha DT 200, Duke estágio 1 light, reforma e design, confira mais no video:

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Projeto desenvolvido para Yamaha RD 135 estágio de preraração nível 3, 'Pura Emoção', confira mais no vídeo:

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