Question about 2004 Yamaha YZF-R1
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Posted on Aug 19, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: changing yzf r1 frame
you wont get one, you just have to figure it out as you go. start by stripping all your bodywork off and removing the engine, then the front forks rear wheel and wiring harness. then replace it all on your new frame. keep your work area clean and tidy, mark all electrical connections you have to undo with tape and write on it where they re-connect to.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
SOURCE: I cannot find a place
I have not ever seen much success as far as longevity for the money it costs on a rebuilt engine.Also,it sounds like you are capable of doing it and probably realize the time and headaches involved in a rebuild.I would think Yamaha would still have one of those somewhere being a 2003 but if not,your best bet would probably be to find a used/wrecked one with somewhat low mileage and the engine intact and just do the whole engine.It kind of sounds like maybe this was not the answer you want or have already considered it but like I said,this would be the most efficient,cost-effective and probably easiest way to go.I have rebuilt a couple car engines and they just don't last.I haven't rebuilt transmissions but when I blew one and compared the cost to a stick for a car,I have driven a stick ever since.People I know who have had their trannys rebuilt too,90% of the time kick themselves in the **** for not just spending a few extra hundred $ for replacing.Good luck and ride on! Greg
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
The colour code should be on the frame, usually under the seat.To find a supplier, just use a search engine and find a distributor locally. Or order it online.
Posted on Sep 01, 2012
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