& 350A £45
& 350B £45
All the kits are 12 Year Vinal the best you can get
Bar Non and use Fade Resistant Print. "cheeper isn't allways better"
They have Application Tape over them to make it simpler and easier
to fit and to protect them. That’s why they may look a little milky.
If you feel you have a better picture of the bikes
listed feel free to mail me the puic and ill use it .
& 200 E & F £40
E & F £42
E & F £40
E & F £40
E & F £42
The side pannel decals have chrome pinstripe. Very simuler to the first RD250
above this was the first to carry a letter for the model (A) .
Colours: Crystal Silver, Space Blue, Competition Yellow, Chappy Red
RD125/200 E&F 1977/78.
The C and D models were using points ignitions. Both had footrests bolted under
the frame like the early 70's RD350's. The D model now has a seat tail cover.
Wheels were plain alloy coloured like the C or black painted.
1976 RD125C. also called DX
Colours Brilliant Red, High Sparkle Light Green, Silver Dust, Low Gloss Black
and Marine Blue
A few minor changes, Dog leg handle bar levers for 1. The 400F had a clear back
ground behind the zero's. The E had solid black.
First RD250 350 £45
RD 250/350 The First A/C to carry the RD name .
It proceaded the A model and was known by some as the Butterfly RD. The Blue
on that vershon was butterfly blue and it was said that the decals on the tank
looked like butterfly wing. Kit is tank only with holls for the badges or printed.
200C all so called DX
This model had painted mudguards for some strange reason.
Wire wheels with rear disc was standard, alloys where a £20 optional extra
on the 250D.
Both models were similar but now fitted with electronic ignition. The wheels
can also be painted red. Brake and clutch levers are dog leg shape on the F
The points are now gone to be replaced with CDI. The footrests are now mounted
on the sides of the frame. Thinner spokes on cast wheels, 35mm forks, revised
porting giving 44hp on the 400, single piston floating alloy brake calipers,
larger bore exhausts.
in Brandy Red
E&F 1979/80 LC Style
Just before the LC was introduced this paint sceem was put on some 125'S AND
200'S. Red & Burgandy 7 the red and silver both on black bikes.
125 or 200 E & F £42
Ignition Decal £2.00
Front Caliper Decal on brushed foil £3.50 each
Center console decal printed on foil A & B £6
Switch Gear Decal Both Sides £4.50
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R/H side casing YAM for A/B Models Gen yam Alloy plack
not Vinel decal. £3 each
or 200 E & F £42
Clock faces Black or white, with chrome
tuning forks £15
Center console decal Printed on foil C,D,E,F
CDI Decal for E,F £2.50
The first 400's were introduced in 1976. They had wire wheels with the mags
as a £30 optional extra. Nearly all were sold with the mag wheels.