Yamaha 750 TX, first registered in 1974, subsequently re-registered due to a change of province in 1999 in Mantua.
This beautiful sports car from the 1970s underwent numerous interventions from 2010 to 2023 to make it perfectly usable. The complete list of works carried out is available upon request. In 2023 the following are replaced: carburetor gasket kits and floats.
The TX750, which was built on a tubular steel double-cradle frame, was Yamaha's first road bike to have aluminum rims.
In Europe the TX 750 had 300 mm double disc brakes at the front with double piston calipers. In Japan, the United States and other markets the motorcycle had a single disc. On all the bikes the rear brake was a drum brake with a diameter of 180 mm.
Unlike the previous XS 650, the TX750's engine was a forward-slanted, air-cooled parallel twin with a chain-driven single overhead camshaft and two valves per cylinder. The engine was all aluminum, with the cylinder liners made of steel. The intake system was powered by two 38mm Mikuni Solex carburetors. The engine delivered 63 hp (47.0 kW) at 7500 rpm and 7.0 kg⋅m of torque at 6000 rpm. The engine had a different exhaust in the German market, which reduced power to 51 hp (38.0 kW) and torque to 57.8 Nm.