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New build - Ashwin's RD350

Nelson and Bruce317 were nice enough to help Ashwin's family make heads and tails out of his bikes. One of them was the bike we talked a lot about, his RD 350. Two stroke engines have always interested me. I bought the DS-7 from Sqrly last year, and had a chance to learn quite a bit from it. When I parted the bike out, I shipped Ashwin a box of parts he needed for the RD 350.

It was decided after Ashwins passing that I recieve the bike to rebuild. Naturally it will be an emotional build, but this bike is to celebrate his time with us. Nothing better than a rip snorting 2smoke to help remember your buddy by. Bruce was kind enough to bring the bike over, and all the boxes it came in. Ashwin and I talked about the ultimate cafe racer. A bike ready for street and track. I plan on making it a bike with minimal parts. Im not sure about the headlight, or taillight yet. Im guessing I will make a lcd taillight for it. Headlight and taillight will have quick disconnects for easy preperation for track days. Wheels are up in the air, Ashwin has spokes on the bike and mags in a box. I'd like to put sumo wheels on it to make it a standard 17" wheel. Have to see if the buget will allow for them.

I have been talking with the origional owner that gave Ashwin the bike. So far I have not found the title. The origional owner had one, so if it cannot be found I will ask him to do a lost title search for it. This bike will be for all of us to enjoy. It will be at bike nights, rides, and other social gatherings for anyone to ride. When I go to track days with the SV the RD 350 will also be on the trailer. Rip a 2smoke around a track with modern day suspention and brakes. It sounds like a hoot. Bring your own spark plugs. Haha.

The engine is the big question mark. It used to spin, but now is locked up. I have been soaking the engine in oil for a few days, and it is freeing up a bit. I am also missing quite a few parts off of it, so I am searching for a donor engine for parts. Parts are still readily avaliable for this engine, so I should be fine.

Naturally I will not be able to do this build on my own. Gus and Team Resurrection have offered their help. Honestly, I would not have taken on a build like this without knowing that I have their support. Bruce offered to make rearsets for it, and I would be proud to have his parts on the bike. I will need others help, I'm not shy about asking. Also others may want to help with the build, and I will be happy to share the build with anyone who cares. I will manage the project and timeline. I plan on having the bike ready to ride by March of next year. One thing I would like to have is a website for others to click to and check the progress of the build. Much like HDTony made for his Ducati build. If someone would like to do that and maintain it, please let me know.

And without further adieu, I bring you Project 788. Ashwin's '73 Yamaha RD 350. Ashwin, you are gone for now, but never forgotten.







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Cafe racer? Hmmm. Maybe stick with the wires then to stick with nostolgia look, but, how will they perform on a track is what u should be concerned about. So maybe mags or custom rims for track and wires for the street is my thinking. I never had a moto with wires before. So I can't put my input on that. But please keep us all updated with pics and progress man and thanks for taking this on!!!

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Nice Dave! Old 2 strokes are cool. If you're looking to put 17s on it, talk to Buchannan Spoke. They make all sorts of spokes for weird stuff. Keep the spoke wheels on it!
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Maybe sending the wheels home with helper "A" for a cleaning and new tires.
Send the forks home with helper "B"
The frame with "C"
Paint work "D"

Manage all the helpers and in the end we all build it.

Wait that's how I do it. Hence the name team resurrection.

I'll be glad to help and follow Daves lead (sniffle,sniffle that's my job).

I think I have the stock orange paint in house.

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Delegating the work to be done is a great way to get a project done. Where I would love to do orange or antique white, Ashwin liked blue. So that color will be used quite a bit in the project. I do not want the frame powdercoated black. I need to work on a color, maybe silver. The bike is a classic vintage, but I want a modern touch to it. I'll post up pics of Ashwins first bike tomorrow. It was a RD 350 he had when he lived in India. It will all make sense when you see that pic. Gus, if I get in over my head, I know you are willing to bail me out. It means a lot to me. Thank you. I'll have Mandy make you another batch of salsa. I ate the last one.
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nice short article on the rd350 in this month's motorcyclist.

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^Yup makes me want an old school bike.

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Can't wait to see it done. Let me know if there's anything I can help with.
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Good idea to build a bike in memory of a good friend. RD 350's were very popular and a whole cottage industry still survives around keeping them going. There is an email list/group, ChiVinMoto, where networking about bikes like the RD is its main purpose. Lots of experience and know how on the list, plus leads and info on parts and such.
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LOL this was when I first met Ashwin I lent him my van for the weekend and told him when he returned to vacum out the shag carpet and fill the tank up with gas

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You don't enjoy riding an old bike?

Maybe something with personality and not just another GIXXER.







These bikes have garage appeal and fun to ride.IMHO

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Ressurection's 305 and CB750 are the cat's ass. I don't think I've seen the Harley in person yet but I dig the black and orange paint scheme in pictures.
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To build Ashwins bike the project will need about $1000. and aprox.200 man hrs.

Any parts people have they might be willing to donate would be great.

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Iit was a joke dude. I rocked my uncles '79 CB750F for about 60 or 70 miles on the BRP back in 2003. It was fun. I remember being 10 and thinking I would never be big enough to pull that clutch in. It was very cool to jam on a bike that has been in the family since 1979 when it was purchased new. He still has it, but it sits and collects dust since he got a 999. I still plan on going down to GA and picking it up before it completely rots away. It would be great bike to keep up at the WI house to ride once in a while. He also has an RD350 that he used to race in the late 70s and 80s sitting in his basement as well. It hasn't moved since it's last race in 1981.

But, you have to admit, those old bikes are scary to ride at times compared to a modern bike.


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I used to have an RD400, so I may have some oddball parts alying around. LEt me know if you need anything and i'll look. I can also fill you in on some good parts resources, too.

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They have their limits of course.

I'm sure there are many discriptions of fun, and I knew you were J/K because motorcycle racism isn't alowed here...

As for riding them. I must admit I don't very often.I can only ride one at a time.

If friends don't ride them they sit and look good.

I find myself building another when I have free time and not riding at all.

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I used to have an RD400, so I may have some oddball parts alying around. LEt me know if you need anything and i'll look. I can also fill you in on some good parts resources, too.
The biggest problem is the engine. The bottom end may be ok, but it is missing the pistons, jugs, and all intake parts, including the carbs. There may be one more box at Ashwin's parents, Nelson is trying to track it down for me. I'm hoping it can be found, and has the other missing pieces in it. I'm looking for a complete rd350 engine just in case. I'd like to find a donor bike, then sell off the parts I do not need to finance the project. But they don't come cheap.
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Id like to help if i can, not really sure what youll need that you dont have covered already in what im good at.

ive got access to a fairly large parts washer and blast cabinet that should be big enough to fit the frame in

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Once I get parts sorted out (by the end of this weekend I should know where I stand). I will post up a thread of things that need to be done for the bike, and ask if anyone would like to do them. Jason, some thing you may be able to help with is the frame. Once I mock everything up, I will be eliminating brackets and marking holes to be filled. Also, I need a few extra brackets made and gussets welded to some of the corners of the frame. I am reading a few builds, and noting the weak places in the frame. This will give the bike a much smoother look, much stronger, and hopefully handle better. Eric if you still have the power washer you used for your deck, I'd like to borrow it to wash the frame. A 36 year old 2smoke doesn't get cleaner with age.
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banshee350 swap, easier than tracking down all the missing parts.

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Amazing what pops up when you ask your fellow bikers for help. Mike (Ceptor) has a RD 350 parts bike with a very complete engine for me to check out. His shop is near my work, so I am going to try and check it out tomorrow. He made me a very reasonable offer on the bike, so it will be coming home as soon as I find a way to get it here. Thanks Mike, see you tomorrow!
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I'm getting the last box of parts tomorrow. I could drop them off Sunday.

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Works for me Bruce. Maybe I will be here this time to see you. The wife is much better looking than I am, better off dealing with her. If it is a box I can fit in my car I can come out there. No reason for you to make the drive here if I can help.
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So awesome to see everyone coming together to get this project moving forward! I too would like to help out anyway I can if possible.

I'm pretty good, well ok with electronics, wiring etc. I drive all over the Chicagoland area for work so maybe I could help out with picking up or delivering parts too. Or if there's anything any of you guys just need an extra hand with, please don't hesitate to ask!

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Iit was a joke dude. I rocked my uncles '79 CB750F for about 60 or 70 miles on the BRP back in 2003. It was fun. I remember being 10 and thinking I would never be big enough to pull that clutch in. It was very cool to jam on a bike that has been in the family since 1979 when it was purchased new. He still has it, but it sits and collects dust since he got a 999. I still plan on going down to GA and picking it up before it completely rots away. It would be great bike to keep up at the WI house to ride once in a while. He also has an RD350 that he used to race in the late 70s and 80s sitting in his basement as well. It hasn't moved since it's last race in 1981.

But, you have to admit, those old bikes are scary to ride at times compared to a modern bike.

Hate to threadjack this thread but what is that tail off of on the F3?

And good luck on the project guys! I'm looking forward to seeing the completion
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Hate to threadjack this thread but what is that tail off of on the F3?

And good luck on the project guys! I'm looking forward to seeing the completion

That bike is pretty pimp. I rode with Jason (justins brother who owns that bike) a long time ago and he has some nice mods done to it.

You can pm him as he is on this site his screen name is Team Serpent
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Amazing what pops up when you ask your fellow bikers for help. Mike (Ceptor) has a RD 350 parts bike with a very complete engine for me to check out. His shop is near my work, so I am going to try and check it out tomorrow. He made me a very reasonable offer on the bike, so it will be coming home as soon as I find a way to get it here. Thanks Mike, see you tomorrow!
Dave, I'm pretty free this weekend if you need a hand and a truck to transport the bike. Give me a call or txt.
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