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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is a YZ80D 1977...first link below is a Yamaha VIN cross reference if you want to verify. (a lot of scrolling)
As your VIN is only 9 digits, this indicates a pre 1982, when a universal 13 digit VIN was adopted, then soon after our current 17 digit VIN.
(please note: I'm assuming the VIN is from the plate on frame and not the crankcase serial number as engines are easily swapped)
Second link appeared amongst a search and indicates a 1992 model. This may be the basis of the problem your encountering.
Third link is a Yamaha decoder I've used successfully (17#) try it or check the Yamaha Corp. link therein.
Posted on May 18, 2010
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