Question about Yamaha 2004 Blaster Base
Posted by Anonymous on
Sounds like an air leak... either at the base gasket or the reed valve gasket. or the carb/reed intake boot...MAYBE THE HEAD GASKET...
...AND ... get a qualified pro to look at your carb..tell him which parts you replaced...
Posted on Aug 08, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try placing the reed spacer between .reed assembly & cylinder, also try an adjustable ignition stator plate, set at +4, k & n air filter, open air box.replace T.O.R.S. eliminator system w/ a cap & cable, and idle air screw install kit, also a pipe tuned for more torque(bottom -end/mid range) blasters dont have a lot of power on bottom end and the engine needs to rev to hit power band.cylinder porting,240 bigbore kits, & +4mm stroker crank assemblies are good performance options.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
SOURCE: Yamaha 2002 TTr 250
Look around your bike near where the throttle cable meets the engine, when you pull the throttle, the cable pulls a quarter circle piece of metal which is connected to a spring, then connected to that should be a screw, that is the idle screw, turn it very slightly, usually clockwise to make the idle higher, and this should sort out the problem.
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Posted on Apr 12, 2009
SOURCE: carb problem
With the symptons I think you need to clean the carburator , it seems it doen't get the fuel at all, thts why you hve to spray the carb cleaner to start it !
Remove the bowl of the carb and see if theres fuel coming in once you switch the petcock to 'ON' postion, if it is coming thn prolly the float is too tight (whn the bowl was fitted) thus not allowing the fuel into the float chamber, you will need to adjust the float.
Check the condition of the bowl inside if it has the rusty powderish residue, it will require cleaning and blowing off the jets both the poilet and main jets.
knight (Yamaha Seca XJ750A 1981)
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
this may or may not be the same as mine, but I have an 03 XLH 883 and it comes to find out that the Ignition location and componeets is a lot different in most models. Finding parts and information has been a travesty at best. First thing is, everyone uses a different name for the same thing. On my model as it turns out, the Crank/ Cam Positioning Sensor is the same as the Ignition Module. On other Bikes it is mounted elsewhere. From all the reading and searching I have done, each of the symptoms are slightly different, as well as components mounted in different locations. unfortunaly there is alot of confusion on this topic even though it seems like it is fairly common. the new module was quite difficult to locate and replace. PLus the directions/ wiring are quite vague and cloudy. The first Module has 5 wires but the new one only has 2. It is not clear which wire goes to which side of the coil, so be careful when you hook it up...
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
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