Question about 2010 Yamaha yZ250F
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
3 Pints is average but you can adjust it to your riding style and weight. Stock oil height is around 130mm from top but you could set it around the 110 to 100 range for increased bottoming if you do a lot of big jumps ect.. 5w oil is the usual weight but fork oil goes up to 20w.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
SOURCE: How to tune a 2005 yz 250f?
ok buddy on the carb will be 2 screws turn the idle one out to lowen idle and screw the mixture one in 1/4 of turns until it stop backfiring and thats it buddy
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
Sure??. You should have a long spark plug spanner in your tool kit.Remove the plug cap in the middle of the valve/rocker cover.Blow down hole with compressed air.Insert the large end of spark plug spanner down hole and turn until it engages around hex . Use the spanner from your tool kit,turn anti-clockwise untill loose then use your fingers to turn the tool and WWWWWWHHHHAAAALLLLAAAA. 1 removed spark plug...Most important to blow and foreign material outta da hole as we don't want any nasties falling into our nice new engine . glad to help.please leave feedback.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
is this while its runnig or not, sometimes the cluctch wont engage while the bike is not runnig, but will engage when running. its common. if not they may just be stuck. did you drain the oil and have the plates exsposed to elements while the engine was out of the frame. open the clutch plate cover, check that they look fine. other than that if the clutch is hydrolic check for air in the system. and also the fluid level. good look.
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
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