1979 Yamaha RD400D Daytona Special — Full Throttle Ride
1979 Yamaha RD400 Daytona Special
Get a closer look and hear this classic two-stroke rocket scream! The 79 Yamaha RD 400 D – Daytona Special is the last year of Yamaha’s air cooled two-stroke twin sport motorcycles.
This numbers-matching, three-owner beauty has only 2320 original miles and has a completely rebuilt motor by Spec II (Spec 2) performance in Sylmar, California in 2010. When they rebuilt the motor they also added Spec II classic expansion, a 2 into 1 K&N air filter/intake, Yamaha Banshee cross-over intake, performance reeds and re-jetted to make it run perfectly.
Bike Startup & Idle @ 4:20
Full Throttle Ride @ 7:20
Rare Cowl Fairing/Cafe Fairing @ 9:40
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