Friday, 2 December 2011

TY175c Brochure Found on Web


Torque Induction engine The ail-new TY175C utilizes a single 2-stroke  aluminium engine with Torque Induction to increase the intake efficiency and yield more available torque over the lower and middle speed ranges. This outstanding performance is attained through the use of the transfer ports in the cylinder well. the addition of a seventh port which compresses a small quantity of fresh fuel on the intake stroke to be used for completely purging the combustion chamber of burned gases and a 4 petal reed-value assembly which supplies fuel to the engine on demand.


YAMAHA developed the Autolube system which automatically supplies oil from a separate tankto be mixed with the gasoline. This is accomplished by precisely and continuously monitoring the engine speed and throttle opening so that only the exact amount of oil for optimum engine performance will be added. This system was developed in order to end the messy need for manually mixing the gasoline and oil, and as an extra benefit engine life is greatly Lengthened because the engine is always operating at optimum efficiency.


Utilizing a 6-speed transmission the TY175C is ready to encounter the most varied trials section. The lower gears are designed for really slow going with smooth pulling power and a comfortable overlap between gears so that the power flow will be continuous. The higher range of gears allows the machine to be easily ridden on the roads In between the sections without straining the engine. Also, all gears have been precision constructed using specially-hardened tool steel for maximum durability and minimum back-lash when the machine is suddenly accelerated.

Flywheel and magneto mass

For the most part on trials sections, the Operating speed of a trials machine is very slow, and slow walking speeds are not uncommon. Generally, sow—speed operation is hampered by the pulsing forces of the piston which is operating just above its stall speed. but with the TY‘l75C. this problem has been eliminated with the use of a heavier mass flywheel and magneto. The inertial force of the rotating mass compensates for engine pulsing and yields a smooth performance without appreciably decreasing throttle response.

Carburettor quick change lever
For optimum low-speed high-torque operation through a trials section. the engine should be operated with a leaner fuel mixture. however, to obtain the best performance at higher speeds, such as on the roads in between the Sections, a normal-rich mixture is recommended. To eliminate time consuming, troublesome adjustments, the TY175C is equipped with a quick-change lever on the carburettor so that. with a simple flick of the finger the fuel mixture can be quickly changed for either section or road riding.


In order to assure that the TY175C will be able to withstand the severe treatment encountered on the roughest section. the frame design is a double-cradle type. This frame. with its high tensile-strength, tubular-steel construction, is based on the frames of the famous YAMAHA Motocross and Road Racer machines which have been consistent championship winners on leading tracks throughout the world. The double-cradle frame has become well-known among experienced motorcycle riders as e frame which can withstand the stresses, strains and shocks of competition riding and come out on top.

Front forks

The new TYi75C is equipped with hydraulically-damped, inner-spring front forks. These from forks have been selected after studying the data accumulated from some of the most formidable race tracks around the world in order to assure that the TY175C has forks with lasting performance and durability. Among the criteria searched for are those which offer machine stability without impairing manoeuvrability and as a result, the TY175C is able to cushion larger road shocks and maintain e more uniform performance attitude.

Chain tensioner

When riding through a trials section, precise control of the throttle and brakes are essential to prevent footing and the machine should be able to respond quickly and smoothly. In order to prevent the chain from back-lashing when suddenly accelerating, a spring-loaded chain tensioner is attached to the rear swing-arm. This tensioner maintains a constant pressure on the chain at all times to remove any slack which may occur, and in this way eliminates the cause of back-lashing.


The TY175C has been designed from the ground up to be a top contender at trials events. In obtaining this ideal design, all types of terrain must be considered, therefore, the brakes have a special labyrinth seal that prevents water and dust from entering the drum and affecting the brake performance. Also the brakes have a large heat dissipating capability to assure that the brakes will not fade even under repeated hard use.

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