Question about Yamaha Motorcycles
Replacing the starter should not impact time. best thing for you to do is remove and double check everything as you reassemble, including comparing the new to the old starter.
Posted on Jul 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: camshaft timing
check you have correct TDC for the indicator marks, place a rod down the plug hole and slowly rotate to confirm top dead centre for one and two, and follow the clymer instructions again.
and always turn it over by hand(as you have done) 2 complete revolutions and recheck marks , before attempting to start.
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
From what you're describing, I would say that the "over running clutch" or starter clutch is bad in your starter. The part cost about $125 or so and can be replaced by disassembling your starter.
Now, if you have the ability to remove the starter, disassemble it, and get it back on your bike, you can save some money. But, it you're going to have to pay someone to do it, you'd probably be better off to just purchase a new starter. The reason is the labor time involved in the disassembly of the starter and repairing it is so much longer than simply replacing the starter.
If you're going to have someone else do the job, ask them to price it out both ways, with a new starter and rebuilding yours.
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
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SOURCE: my yamaha yzf 600r thundercat
The relay should pull in steadily. Check the connections with a meter, on the motor. The battery may be fine but a little corrosion on a battery contact will cause this.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
just fitted a new starter motor on my Honda VTR Firestorm. The bike started fine the first two times, however on the third go all my electrics blew. Any ideas where i should start.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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