Question about 2002 Yamaha TT-R 225
Also when running high rpms smokes comes out of the exuast somebody now wats goin on
Sounds like time for a top end job. New valve guides, ( lap the valves ), new piston and rings and possibly a new bore. Some bikes have nickle coated sleeves and cannot be bored, You can get a new nickle sleeve to replace the old one. Your dealer will be the best person to say if you need a new sleeve or not. Parts are around $275 with a new sleeve.
Your best buddy didn't put a shot of oil in the gas tank did he? Drain the tank and put the gas in your lawn mower. Sorry to be the one with the bad news. At least now ya know what ya gotta do.
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Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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