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DT400-E 😍💘 Melo de melos @melosdemelos #SuitUpMedellin #Repost @yamahamotorusa with @repostapp ・・・ 1978 #tbt with our #YamahaOfYesterday DT400E. The 360cc, two-stroke, single-cylinder RT1 debuted in 1970, and in 1975, the DT400--with its engine displacement increased to 397cc--was launched. The final year of production for the DT400 was 1978, and for the bike’s swan-song, it was available in Yamaha’s signature Competition Yellow color scheme. Considered the best all-around, big-bore Enduro of its time, the 1978 DT400E featured a DeCarbon-type, single-shock, Monocross rear suspension; Autolube oil injection; full instrumentation, and the top-end power to generate highway speeds of close to 90 miles per hour. Yet, its broad powerband, quick throttle response, and locomotive-like torque made it an equally dominant machine on backwoods trails, dirt roads, and desert traverses. #Yamaha #DT400 #Enduro #2Stroke #Moto #MX #throwbackthursday

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