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94 yamaha xj 600 wont rev over 6000 rpm

28000 miles, new plugs, new air filter k&n, vance hinse pipe.
top end (time-chain) seams a little noisy.

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  • glouellette Apr 21, 2009

    what site below?

  • glouellette Apr 21, 2009

    THANK YOU JUST WHAT I NEEDED

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    KOOL!!!!

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    timing chain is noisy

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You bike is running rich on the main jet. Go down on the main jet size. Alternate to that, move the jet needle clip up one notch.

Go to the site below and you can download a free PDF service manual and parts manual for your bike. The service manual is 45th from the bottom of the Yamaha listings and the parts manual is 19th from the top. Now you can tune the carb and adjust the timing chain slack and a whole lot more. It saves my keystroke finger a lot of work also.

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