Yamaha RD 350 – History of an Indian Superbike

by Deepak on December 26, 2008

The RD 350 was the very first super performance offering to the Indian Consumers at a time (1983) when the only bikes in India were the Bullet 350, the Jawa (Yezdi) 250 2 stroke and Rajdoot 175 cc 2 stroke. The other two wheelers being geared scooters like Bajaj Priya, Chetak, Allwyn Pushpak, Vijay and Lambretta. The original Japanese RD 350 had 40 bhp but the Indian Editions were detuned to 31 bhp due to lower fuel quality in India and also to increase Mileage.

Yamaha RD 350

The RD was produced from 1983 to 1990 in India. The first edition was called HT(high torque) edition, this edition had 31 bhp. The first sets of RD’s were given to the Indian Traffic Police to help them in nabbing criminals quickly. The Indian Police were used to Enfield Bullets previously and the RD proved to be a handful for them to control. The result was many accidents by the officials.

The first HT edition of the RD 350 had too much power for the average Indian Rider as back then our Market was not used to such a performance product (and sadly even now). The RD was a crotch Rocket capable of hitting 165 KM/HR in 6th gear. The RD used to frequently wheelie at the hands of inexperienced riders, being a high revving 2 stroke the bike was uncontrollable except a handful of experienced and matured riders. This prompted Yamaha to bring a detuned version of the RD 350 LT (low torque) which had 27 bhp with less pick up and slightly better mileage.

The RD used to return a mileage of anywhere between 6 to 23 km/ltr depending on how it was driven. The RD was fully imported in earlier models but by 1990 the bike was manufactured completely by Escorts Yamaha in India. The name RD stands for “Race Derived” performance and had technology from the Motogp bikes of the 1970′s. The bike had cult status all around the world since it was produced from the early 70′s in Europe, Japan and America. The bike was stopped production in America in early 1980′s due to stricter emission and sound norms.

The Indian Scenario: Unfortunately the RD did not enjoy that much success in India. The running costs was the greatest deterrent for the Indian rider to buy the RD and with the reputation of it being a “Lethal” bike ensured the sales of the RD was poor. Some people thought RD stood for “Rapid Death” ! Yamaha promoted the bike with the line “For the few who dared to Dream and be different” but that’s what happened literally in reality. The Hero Honda CD 100 which was launched in the 1985 further dented the RD’s sales figures as it had better mileage. Yamaha still continued to offer the RD LT. The RX100 was later launched in 1985 and it continued to sell better than the RD. Finally the RD 350 was discontinued by Yamaha in 1990 after years of frustration. The “Fill it, Shut it, Forget it” era marked the demise of the RD 350.

The RD 350 was a bike way ahead for its time and especially in the Indian context, the bike was not suited for the Indian consumer. The bike though a very competent and quality product enjoyed little success in our country.

Technical Aspects: The RD was a twin cylinder “Reed Valve” air cooled 347 cc engine with each cylinder having a displacement of 173.5 cc. The RD had a slick 6-speed close ratio gearbox with 1 down 5 up pattern. The RD also featured “Torque Induction” ignition technology of Yamaha. The RD could do 0-100 in 7 seconds and a top speed of 165 km/hr in its heyday. The RD could touch 150 km/hr in just 16 seconds and was the first bike to have a tachometer in India.

The RD had twin exhausts and the Indian models had only 150 mm drum brakes at both ends. The drum brakes lacked the bite of a disc and the abroad models had a front disc brake, which was absent in the Indian models. Coupled with the skinny tires the RD had scary high-speed handling and braking control characteristics. The RD is still the performance benchmark of any production bike in India and even after 25 years no Indian performance bike has even come close to it.

The Race RD’s: The RD 350 was modified for track use at the MMSC race track in Chennai and ran on Aviation fuel (white kerosene). The Race RD’s were turbocharged and had smaller sprockets and wheels, which pushed the power upto 85 bhp. The top speed was in excess of 220 km/hr. The bike had just the chassis, suspension, large 25 ltr fuel tank, disc brake on both ends and a thin sponge cushion for seat as everything else was removed to lighten up the bike. The Race RD was very light and agile and was very different from the Stock RD. The Race RD’s had modified powered up exhausts and the sound would be intoxicatingly addictive as well as deafening when they would zoom past in the track spewing blinding smoke all over the track. I was in complete awe of the action taking place on the race track. The Race RD was the “Undisputed King of the MMSC Race Track” before it was discontinued from racing.

Salute the Grand-dad of Indian Performance Bikes: The RD was the first proper performance Superbike in India and it still enjoys cult status in our country. Performance Purists still swear by it and we can find many RD clubs all around our country. The RD had many editions like RD 400, RD 500 LC (liquid cooled) all of which enjoyed considerable success through out the world and attained cult status.

Truly The RD 350 was the Greatest Landmark bike of India, which paved the way for performance biking in India and Yamaha’s greatest offering to our country’s performance enthusiasts. None of the modern day Indian Performance bikes can even touch 150 km/hr. Only those who have experienced the raw power and pure adrenalin rush from the RD will know its character and importance. The Race RD’s were in a league of their own. The RD 350 is a Legend and not your everyday bike and having driven it few times I can vouch that RD is a Legend par Performance Excellence.

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Gangadharan December 27, 2008 at 3:55 am

Amazing YAMAHA …… still i can see lot of YAMAHA RX100 roaring in our city roads , no other bike can compromise to its power and reliability ….. their engine quality is of high standards which run for long time… hats off yamaha motor ……..nice article
I have seen very few RD 350 bikes in my life … but i dont thought it would create this much of perfomance from its mill … i am now eager to have a ride in RD350 in my life … but i dont believe to get one …..

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Robinson May 21, 2011 at 12:10 am

I’m sory that you see a few Rd bike. I thing if you want to know more a bout RD bike and want to see good condetion i sagest you to came to MIZORAM STATE. you will find a lot

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paomin October 24, 2012 at 1:18 pm

hi Robinson can u give me ur contact number,,,,,,,,im from shiollong and want to buy a rd350 ht thankz

yasir November 5, 2012 at 2:33 pm

hi friend..plz tell me how much is the cost of RD 350 in your state..

Indian Cars December 27, 2008 at 5:27 am

Nice write up Deepak. There is no denying the fact that the RD 350 is the best thing to have happened to Indian biking. A magazine had done a comparo of the RD 350 with the Kinetic Comet which was quite an interesting read.

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zafir December 27, 2008 at 5:05 pm

dude, i had three RDS . in which one is japanese of 83 model ht made in japan one in 100 % original counditions n its still runing on unsleved blocks of 1 st over size, n its of blue colour ……. n the scound one is of silver colour thats also a high torque of 84 mobel but its made in india …… its also in full original coundition ………. n the 3 rd i had buyed now in a junk coundition n i m going to restore it … it will take 6 months atleast !!!!!!!!

the pic which u had mentioned above does not have original signal lights and did not have original rear shock ups n did not have the original switches …. and the leg guard seems a bit tiltted

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iqbal ansari May 6, 2011 at 6:34 pm

hi friend i would like to no more about rd350 parts .form where can we get parts .

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vishwas February 8, 2013 at 11:40 am

hi ihave complete assecrios of rd 350 ht spares parts for sell contact 08003511617 08233713676

Deepak December 28, 2008 at 3:16 am

Zafir, nice to hear that you have 3 RDs. And I have changed the pic. Is it ok now?

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donald October 21, 2010 at 3:43 pm

Hi. Yes true that no one can ever compare to the power of the Yamaha bikes long ago. Only the Shogun and the KB 125 had enjoyed limited success.
Could any of u guys give me some knowledge where i could purchase an old still working RD 350 in India? I have a 86 model Yamaha which i ride till no. Love the Yamahas

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Zodin December 29, 2010 at 9:52 pm

hi,i am also RD350 lover now i still got one here in my place here in Mizoram NE India,i,ve own this bike for 8 years still now i dont like any ather bike yet! its really common here in my place for me and some of my friends and we use to have a drag race every month.If you are really interesting i think you should come and visit and i am sure you will enjoy being riding 350 with us.350 lover

Jaz December 28, 2008 at 7:18 pm

One of the best articles on the RD. Keep this up!

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dineshsnake December 30, 2008 at 5:29 pm

guys RD is god of indian bikes i still remember how it scared wen i first saw the bike but i dont knw that was a RD after i growed up and wen i was in 6 th grade the owner of the bike passed away i saw the name of the bike frm that time i hve a unique respect fr that bike bcoz that guy had a love fr the bike and the way he ride was amazing the sound frm the twin engine is rthym to hear’s the way every one see us in road wen v across them with screeeeming engine sound of RD say’s it iam the king leave me the way iam the ruler ……..i still wonder will pulsar and karizma will come near it to the glory of RD

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zafir bhati January 1, 2009 at 6:36 pm

ya deepak the pic which u had kept now is of the american rd …… they are all high torque bikes ….. with front disk n rear drum ….. and in the starting of the engine number and frame number the alphabet B is added …… with the help of that we can verify that its an american model !!!!!!! but i oblige u as u had tooked out the topic about rd as in this digital era the coming generations is forgetting the most popular cream of POWER !!!!! Its a BEAST …. but slightly taineed !!! LT means [LOW END TORQUE] & HT means [HIGH END TORQUE].
The difference between LT & HT is there powerband , means LT power starts from 3000 rpm & goes till 6500 rpm & for HT power starts from [5500rpm or 6000rpm] and goes till [8000rpm or 8500 rpm].

LT is suitable for city condition’s because it’s power starts in less rpm.
HT is suitable for highways because it’s power starts in high rpm.

Next time when u test ride a rd 350 observe at wat [rpm] it become’s monster , i mean wen it starts making power.
Gud Luck bye.

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Indian Car Blog January 3, 2009 at 10:57 am

zafir bhati its a very common practise that people try to make a HT look like a LT and sell it to command higher resale. If would be nice if there is a way to distinguish them visually.

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zafir bhati January 6, 2009 at 4:39 pm

ya it is a very simple and a easy way to see the difference between a HT and a LT ……… the other factors are the tale end shape of the silencers in different and in HT the blocks are having two gap lines and in LT there are no such gap lines we can see the gap lines only after opening the head ….. and a HT dosent comes in idealling nicely and a LT is very good in idealling

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Billy February 26, 2009 at 3:53 pm

Hey, I just brought the Yamaha Rd 350 (Single)
It Looks alot nicer than the example the website gave,
A kind of maroon. This is the first I have ever heard of
a twin RD. LOVELY JUBLY!

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moushin March 23, 2009 at 4:02 pm

i’m a die hard fan of the RD series

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bipin March 29, 2009 at 12:13 pm

hi….

i am fan of RD -350 HT and willing to buy

please let me from where can i get my dream bike….

u can call me 09326152122

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Zodin December 29, 2010 at 10:05 pm

hey,if you want to buy RD350 i think you should come to Mizoram and i can show you a good condition like my mine and i can also help you in modification if you like it.you can call me 09862821128

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shehzad.hakeem March 19, 2011 at 12:47 am

i have an yamaha rd 350 … but itzzz in mumbai … contact me 9825294324

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Ibrahim September 9, 2011 at 12:48 am

r u still having the rd350 for sale
Ibrahim

Chirag January 29, 2012 at 5:22 pm

HI Shehzad,

Do u still have RD350 for sell?

Thanks,
Chirag
9820641260

sukhbir verma March 31, 2009 at 11:42 am

power starts in less rpm as it adds good point acoording to nature also…low end torque and high end torque ,dey jus have a technical difference of jus gap lines ,nothing else..so dot worries guys n njoy d rd sereis….

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Hormazdyar April 2, 2009 at 3:36 pm

just getin my RD350 LT 2morow!!!!!
its an amazzzzin piece ov marvel….

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john lalson May 2, 2009 at 6:20 pm

thanks a lot for the great article.could u tell me were i will get one rd350.its my ambition to buy one rd350.could u help me.

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prabal khatri February 13, 2011 at 5:54 pm

m sellin off ma rd 350..1985 black…std pistons..excellent condition…1.05 lac…UGI 7020
09761212355

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NITIN BHARDWAJ August 7, 2009 at 6:55 pm

HI I M ONE OF THE GREATEST LOVER OF RD350
ITS MY DREAM BIKE
WEN I WAS SMALL MY FATHER HAD THIS BIKE
I HAVE SOME PICS OF MY FATHER ON RD350
I WANT THIS BIKE ONCE IN MY LIFE
CAN I GET IT!!!!!!!!
LOVER OF YAMAHA RD350

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punith August 9, 2009 at 11:57 am

can tell me cost of RD 350 ?

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Tango August 12, 2009 at 10:13 am

Hi Punith, I know a mechanic in N.Kerala who owns an RD350 and willing so sell. He will take nothing less than 70,000 rs/- despite one of its engines has stopped running.

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Nagesh August 14, 2009 at 7:28 am

Superb Article, I am a die hard fan of RD, I am looking for RD HT which is in original stock maintained condition
Please let me know if any one is willing to Sell the legend
9986034353

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Rohith August 23, 2009 at 4:26 pm

I want to get the original spareparts for my bike. Can anyone assist me. Some says you get it in Delhi only. any adresses.

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vishwas February 8, 2013 at 11:47 am

ihave complete assecrios of rd 350 ht spares parts for sell contact 08003511617 08233713676

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sachin September 23, 2009 at 12:50 pm

i want buy an yahama rd350 bike

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ashish October 1, 2009 at 12:20 am

nice bike
plz if anyone wanna sell plz tell me.

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peter francis November 2, 2009 at 2:36 pm

NICE WORK DEEPAK. ZAFIR, GOOD 2 HEAR U HAVE 3 RDs.I HAD AN 85 MODEL RD HT, BUT SOLD IN 2001. I WAS GOING ABROAD THATS Y I SOLD THE BEAST.BUT I DIDNT GO.TIL NOW I WAS TRYING 2 BUY BUT IT IS GOING FARWAY 2 REACH. THE ONLY RELIEF IS THAT, NOW I’M HAVING 2 YEZDI ROADKINGS,[1 POINTS,1 ELECTRONICS]AND AN ENFIELD,BUT KEEN 2 BUY AN RD. MY CLOSE FRIEND NAMED JOMY[PRESIDENT OF RD CLUB COCHIN] HAD 13 RDs AND NOW HE IS HAVING 5 BOTH HT & LT AND A RD 400.ONLY A EXPERT RIDER CAN TAME THE BEAST. GOOD 2 SEE NOW ALSO THERE R FANS WHO NOT ONLY LOVE RD.

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SAKI December 13, 2009 at 12:56 am

i am crazy about this bike, will get it soon. have heard that there were different models in it, like high torque (HT) and low torque. i dont know much. but will get my hands on it.

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Issac December 13, 2009 at 9:47 am

I am so much intrested in purchasing a RD 350 in any condition.I am a big enthusiast about Yamaha bikes and specially with RD’s and RZ’s.Anybody willing to sell,with all clear papers, plz mail me at issacgeorge7@gmail.com

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Rasik Narula February 12, 2010 at 2:31 pm

Hi,

I have grown on RD’s from my childhood days and i currently own a standard sleeved bike,in full og condition and teh same is up for grabs for 1 Lac.The bike still has orignal handle bar,indicators,lights,coils,rectifier and is fitted with brand new tyres and battery and bears the yamaha stickering.

U can get in touch with me on 9821120088 / tabbyn1@gmail.com

regards
Rasik Narula

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Ibrahim September 9, 2011 at 12:53 am

is the bike still for sale
where r u from
any photo
ibrahm

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Goa on Wheels March 3, 2010 at 4:43 pm

The bike sounds as if a Tiger is coming…. RD350 rocks

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Karan Wagh March 9, 2010 at 2:18 pm

Hi i like Rajdoot RD 350
How much price rd

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sujoy goswami March 15, 2010 at 5:00 pm

dear friends,after reading the article about rd350,i became a bit naustralgic.when i was a student at late 80′s,one of my friends used to ride rd350.from those days i alway deamt to have one of my very own.but at that time it was like a day dream to me.and when i become able to buy one.. the prduction was stopped. i still look for informations about rds’ and dream to storm the road on one.

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Hitesh Khatri April 9, 2010 at 11:12 pm

ICE WORK DEEPAK. ZAFIR, GOOD 2 HEAR U HAVE 3 RDs.I HAD AN 85 MODEL RD HT, BUT SOLD IN 2001. I WAS GOING ABROAD THATS Y I SOLD THE BEAST.BUT I DIDNT GO.TIL NOW I WAS TRYING 2 BUY BUT IT IS GOING FARWAY 2 REACH. THE ONLY RELIEF IS THAT, NOW I’M HAVING 2 YEZDI ROADKINGS,[1 POINTS,1 ELECTRONICS]AND AN ENFIELD,BUT KEEN 2 BUY AN RD. MY CLOSE FRIEND NAMED JOMY[PRESIDENT OF RD CLUB COCHIN] HAD 13 RDs AND NOW HE IS HAVING 5 BOTH HT & LT AND A RD 400.ONLY A EXPERT RIDER CAN TAME THE BEAST. GOOD 2 SEE NOW ALSO THERE R FANS WHO NOT ONLY LOVE RD.

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rohan April 29, 2010 at 5:53 pm

i have driven a rd 6 months ago am tryin damn hard to find one… but not findin one!!! i stil cant forget the ride!! i left a zma in dust on the highway!! was doin 145 with ease!!!

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Shreyas June 1, 2010 at 9:17 pm

Nice write up. But personally, though most say RD stands for Race Derived, I dont think it stands for anything. Same way that RX does not stand for anything. Also, You’ve mentioned it as ‘Torque Induction Ignition’. Torque Induction has nothing to do with ignition mate :-)
Nice article.

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Shreyas June 1, 2010 at 9:19 pm

RDs are the most sweetest sounding twins our country has seen so far.

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Abhijit Thakur June 9, 2010 at 6:39 pm

Please let me kno if neone interested in selling their RD… i need 1 desperately..

my number is 9833179404

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Sharad July 12, 2010 at 6:42 pm

Yamaha RD350 is a very good bike no doubt. bur the yamaha rx100 is a very bad bike… it doesnt roar like the rd350… it screams!!;)

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akhil August 24, 2010 at 10:16 pm

i have 5 rds 350 for sale if any intersed 2 buy pls cal me on 8054249969

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Raja January 17, 2011 at 8:34 pm

Intrested in buying RD 350!Call 9840320300!

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Naseer February 24, 2011 at 9:02 am

Hi,

i think i am late for asking about the sale of your 5 rds, but i am desperate to get one. my budget is around 70,000. if you have any for this price. please mail me.

regards,
Naseer

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janak September 24, 2010 at 7:35 pm

Monument must be kept at museum only.

Yamaha RD350 is a Vinatage Motorcylcle.

Regreets goes to Deepak for once again to remember Rd350.

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victor ghosh October 6, 2010 at 6:17 pm

i need a rd350 high torque awesome condition ..price is not the matter ..quality matters contact me 9051611443

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Zodin December 29, 2010 at 10:14 pm

i think i can help you finding 350 but can you tell me your place?cause we v got a lots here in my place NE.you can contact me here 09862821128

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Ajay Sharma September 19, 2011 at 3:09 pm

Zodin contact me 0914290953.

Vinod NS October 23, 2010 at 11:41 pm

planin 2 buy rd350 HT stock model.. if any1 planin 2 sell pls do mail me d photos n d cost on my mail.. thank u

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ali February 4, 2011 at 12:16 am

Hi guys my names ali and i want to sell my rd350 84 model , hightorque,blue in color, its in original condition if theres ne1 interested in buying one pls contact me on -alinawazmerchant@hotmail.com ‘thank you!!

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shiv December 30, 2010 at 8:26 pm

buddy the Japanese rd have top speed of 185 in 5th gear and the Indian ht rd have 34.4 bhp buddy.

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rahil January 8, 2011 at 10:39 pm

wanna know m ore about rd350? just come to my site. hope you love to read more and more

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vishal agarwal February 3, 2011 at 12:59 am

hey i m a single hand owner of rd350 my dad brought it in 85 ahh lucky still runs amazin good .. we have have alot of rds here down in bangalore n rides on weekend on our machines must say no indian bike can still beat a RD350 !! top speed without any modificaton 160km/hr has 6gears

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Reeto February 14, 2011 at 1:03 pm

Hi. I live in Mumbai. I am interested in purchasing an RD350. If anyone is willing to sell, please contact me on +919769433364. Thanks.

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Naseer February 24, 2011 at 9:03 am

Hi,

i think i am late for asking about the sale of your 5 rds, but i am desperate to get one. my budget is around 70,000. if you have any for this price. please mail me.

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Reeto February 25, 2011 at 12:21 pm

Hi naseer. Your budget is not robust enough for an RD 350. Its not that you cannot find one that fits your budget, just that it will not be in great condition. So eventually, you will have to spend another 20k to transform it to running condition. The points ignition system is the first thing you should change on an RD, replace it with a TCI (Transistor Coil Ignition) system available on Bullets. Suggest you increase your budget to 90k if you want a good RD. Cheers.

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George March 1, 2011 at 12:04 am

Hi,
I wish to buy an RD 350. Anyone interested in selling or knows if any available in excellent condition, pls mail me at georgyboiii@gmail.com .Thank you.

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A March 1, 2011 at 8:55 am

The yezdi had a twin exhaust before RD 350 came to the market
Nice article though

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Gaurav May 28, 2011 at 1:24 pm

For as long as i remember i too like most my mates here, have dreamt of owning an RD. My number is 08826560008 & Im based in Delhi. Though my budget isnt as robust but im willing to go the extra mile for an RD. Please let me know if anyone has a decent babe up for sale. Gaurav
P.S – Im sure most of you who have advertised “FOR SALE” here have either got a sms or a call from me already…thats how desperate i am!

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Hemant June 8, 2011 at 3:18 pm

Dear friends, was anytime Yamaha 350 lanuched with 5 gears.. acutally there is gentlemen selling his Yamaha 350 but it has only 5 gears with all other thing same as RD 350 such as the meters, headlights, seating, silencers, head etc.. Please advise

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vikas June 17, 2011 at 12:16 am

no hemant i never listen that any 35o with 5 gears

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Tariq August 3, 2012 at 1:24 am

There is one bike in Bangalore which my friend sold it’s has only five gears mechanic’s mistake while fitting. Lol

vikas June 17, 2011 at 12:14 am

hi friends………….i feel on top of d world to have such bike again………….it is really a man toy

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parshant goyal July 2, 2011 at 4:23 pm

it is my request to yamaha co. Plz re introduce rd 350 again in india.

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vinoth July 18, 2011 at 11:29 pm

hi guys.. im great fan of yamaha and VR…im still using yamaha……… ma dream bike is RD 350… … nw im using Yamaha rx 135 5speed…… need yamaha rd 350 mail me.. rvino46@gmail.com…………

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wasim shaikh. August 1, 2011 at 11:13 pm

really ,The rd350 has greatest bike record in india . My cousin brother have the rd1986 mpdel and this time he work to maintain it.

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Mukesh Reddy August 4, 2011 at 3:52 pm

I m a bikes freak and really loved your article.
Keep it up.

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nishant August 16, 2011 at 9:01 pm

i love rd.after trying many years i got two rd.

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pratik August 31, 2011 at 10:43 am

i like rd 350 verry much old bikes are nice

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Amit Sharma September 25, 2011 at 3:34 pm

Hello, I am in search of RD 350 HT engine in running condition. Only engine not a bike. If any body having it pls contact on 09423425218.

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P S Rathore October 9, 2011 at 10:02 am

Hi i want to buy a rd 350 ht any one sale plz contact 08764338734

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manoj October 9, 2011 at 8:08 pm

i seriously need 1

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anil October 10, 2011 at 3:33 pm

I am lucky that —–I own a RD with a front disc and imported US spec cylinder kit
Its like the old sierra advertisement ——–YAMAHA RD 350 – its not owned owned its possessed

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Tariq August 3, 2012 at 1:28 am

Where did you buy this bike

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Ryan November 2, 2011 at 11:45 am

Hi,

Anyone interested or knows someone selling a RD350, please email me at ryanfonsi@yahoo.com

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ibrahim khaleel February 14, 2013 at 10:51 pm

i want to know about rd 350 with price
Reply on 09746163587 or kallukarayil@gmail.com

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junaid December 6, 2011 at 1:26 am

i want rd350 under range of rs 60000. plz contact me my no 9450013143

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miki mitra December 19, 2011 at 10:56 am

i had my own rd350 in d 90ties but sold that bike . now i am regreting why i sold it.

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Tariq August 3, 2012 at 1:29 am

Everyone is regreting lol

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RAJ January 14, 2012 at 9:40 pm

its really awesome to drive

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sarath February 23, 2012 at 1:19 pm

rd 350 is a legend

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akhio February 26, 2012 at 4:11 pm

Searched for the beast….nearly about 2lakh…

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param March 3, 2012 at 1:11 pm

RD is no doubt an excellent bike when in production and still now,,but only a tamed rider can really maintain its top condition.and derive the best out of it. i have both LT n HT models in my garage.

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John Mathew July 31, 2012 at 3:48 am

Is it on sale.? If yes, then whats the price..?

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Irfan Aaftab April 1, 2012 at 12:07 am

RD350 its awesome bike in India
He is a baap (bole tho) dad plz send me
some good pic to my email irfanma66@gmail.com
9986008115 Bangalore nd m looking for RD 350 LT

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Rahil June 28, 2012 at 1:25 am

Need RD350 Exhaust in clean condition (LT) contact( info@rd350.info ) or visit and post mess( http://www.rd350.info )

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Tajdeen August 17, 2012 at 11:09 am

hi………i am the very deepest fan of yamaha.i am also wiiling to buy RD350…i am having ss125 and fazer 150……both are very nice bike compared to bajaj and honda….even i can easily over take pulsar 220 and karizma zmr with my lovely fazer(black with green)…..i can also go race with my ss125 with honda shine and pulsar 150…….pulsar 150 is a very worst bike…even apache also having shaking in high speed.but in fazer not having and going smooth even in above 140 also

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krunal charde September 13, 2012 at 3:10 pm

sabse badi jannat yahi gadi pe dekhi

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Jagdeesh Daddi September 24, 2012 at 12:26 am

hi I would like to purchase a RD 350 HT or LT.Plz contact me 9886249117

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Indiasiva January 2, 2013 at 6:22 am

Dear all,
It’s true.When I was age in 15y. old,one english man coming from Bangalore to after 65km to Thiruvannamalai with in 2hrs in the 250kms.The engine sound was now also remember will come.I really thanks to the RD350 Yamaha Rajdoot Technical Designer.Because it is amazing 2wheeler flight. I want one blue colour bike.If anyone sell with good condition it,kindly conduct with photo & full details to me my mail id at: indiasiva79@gmail.com

Thanks!

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ibrahim khaleel February 14, 2013 at 10:41 pm

i want RD 350 yamaha bike .
any1 ready to sell, just inform in this number 09746163587:

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Allwin February 17, 2013 at 12:45 pm

I read the review. It is gud. I love to buy a RD 350. Anyone know any places to get RD350 in/near Tamilnadu? Anyone willing to sell RD350 Yamaha contact me. 09498090559. I m very eager to buy one soon. Kindly help me guys. :)

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jeewan February 26, 2013 at 2:07 pm

i want to sell my rd350.fully restored.

contact me-9308338523

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vishwas April 3, 2013 at 8:54 pm

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