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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like fuel starvation
do you have a petcock plugging or a dirty carb?
pull the fuel line and check flow
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
with the cylinder set at top dead center compression. using a feeler gauge between the tappets and the valves there should be .002-.003in clearance on the intake valves, and .006-.007in. clearance on the exhaust valves. thank you.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
first you need to remove everything that covers your valve covers(gas tank etc.) remove the intake valve cover,and the rotor nut and timing plug.set the engine a t.d.c.(top dead center)fit a socket onto the rotor nut and turn it counterclockwise until the"I" mark appears align it with the index mark in the timing hole.use a flat feeler gauge between the top of the valve and the adjuster.loosen the locknut and turn the adjuster just until you feel resistance on the feeler guage.hold the adjuster and tighten the lock nut down.i can not tell you the min.clearance spec to your quad since i have a 660 raptor.try using the smallest clearance number.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
check your timing as described if it checks out ok. you might want to check the intake valves and exhaust valves. intake 4 and exhaust 6
could have a bent valve.
Posted on May 06, 2009
SOURCE: Yamaha warrior chain.
HELLO; Heres all you should have to do this,set your quad up on a atv jack or on a milk cartoon.Loosen the four bolts that hold the rear bearing carrior and back off your adjusters then push the carrier forward till it stops,relay your chain and adjust it leaveing a little slack, tighten your mounting bolts then, something I do, spin the rear tires to see if the slack is right if not loosen the bolts and proceed again with the proceedure turning out the adjusters a little more look at the chain as you dothis and you will see the slack in the chain on the top. GOOD LUCK.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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