After producing TZ 750 A, B and C from 1974 to 1976 (Giacomo Agostini winning the 200 miles from Daytona in 1974), Yamaha will produce from 1977 to 1979 a privateer competition motorcycle derived from the fabulous factory motorcycles 0W31 world champions 1977 and 78 with Steve Baker and Johnny Cecotto.
In 1979 the French driver Patrick Pons will win the supreme title of world champion 750 on a TZ 750 F customer competition.
The Diva. The Yamaha TZ 750 4 two-stroke cylinders will be one of the most popular competition motorcycles for private pilots. A real diva is today a must for collection motorcycles. You still have to find one original and in perfect condition.
The Yamaha TZ 750 presented here is a D model from 1977.
This motorcycle is regularly maintained by the famous preparer of the French team Sonauto by Patrick Pons and Christian Sarron, Jacky Germain.
The current owner uses it on classic European events.
For safety reasons, the original brakes have been replaced by Brembo P08 front and rear brake clips as well as the brake cylinder masters. The shock absorber (cantilever) has been replaced by an Öhlins.
Of course, the original parts have been preserved and are available with the motorcycle.
The crankshaft was replaced and covered 900 km.
The pistons, Nikasyl segments and cylinders traveled 240 km.
This motorcycle has already been sold.