The American street market was sporting mad, and Yamaha felt that this new bike, reminiscent of the sporty models from the late ’70s, would appeal to those who wanted the image but did not have the cash. It could be considered a beginner’s sportbike—but, in truth, in the hands of a competent rider it could show its license plate to a less competent person on a more expensive model. The new Seca II used an air-cooled 4-cylinder, 8-valve motor, a tubular-steel perimeter frame and a half fairing.

Here is a detailed list of the major items that I have replaced or overhauled (where noted some have been done by professionals) on this1994 Yamaha Seca 2.
I have obtained a collector plate for the bike and one year licensing cost $152.00. in BC ,all receipts and other info in a 3 ring binder that goes with the bike., a Clymer manual is included..the paint is original and while not perfect has restored quite well and has drawn many positive comments.
The tires still have plenty of tread left., the bike starts and runs well and is a comfortable, light and nimble motorcycle., The  Centre Stand, very difficult to source and one on the bile came from Greece.. .
New Yuasa battery., new main Chain.. Oxford heated grips.. New fuel pump.,All master cylinders, calipers were overhauled professionally., rebuilt fuel cock.
Rebuild carburettors overhauled professionally. New spark plugs and NGK caps.Seat was professionally rebuilt.
New fork seals installed.Aftermarket finned alternator cover, sourced from France and powder coated. Powerlet 12v outlet.
Battery charging cable for trickle charger. Rear baggage rack (very difficult to source and expensive) and a top box mounting plate. Note the top box shown in photos is NOT included.
New ignition switch.New front brake lever. Two new ignition coil  yet to be installed. Higher wattage panel light bulbs.

Motorcycle is located in Courtenay BC on Vancouver Island