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0.07 - 0.12 mm
0.12 - 0.17 mm
Unless i'm misunderstanding you this is the information you need
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Yamaha's first single-cylinder 4-stroke motorcycle made its
debut at the 21st Tokyo Motor show in 1975. As well as being the latest in a
series of trail (off-road) models Yamaha had introduced at each of the Tokyo
Motor Shows since the DT-1's debut in 1968, the new XT500 represented a whole
new concept in trail bike design.
The Yamaha DT-1 had introduced many riders to the world of trail riding, and this ground-breaking model was later followed by the introduction of many other trail bikes from other manufacturers. The new Yamaha XT500 was a natural extension of the growing trail bike category, and although it shared the same roots as its 2-stroke brother, the DT-1, it was an entirely different breed of motorcycle. Powered by Yamaha's first 4-stroke single-cylinder engine, the new XT boasted a large capacity of 500cc, and this was at a time when the popularity of big-single machines was considered by many to be past its peak. During the mid-1970s Britain's BSA was one of the few manufacturers still offering big single machines, but even this renowned brand had not released a new big single model in a good number of years.
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