Question about Yamaha FZR 600 Motorcycles
Well to start its a 1997 yamaha FZR 600r this is my first bike and i don't have a clue on what the hell i am doing. so i bought the bike for $700 from a friend and he said it has been sitting for 2 years and b4 that he took it to the shop and they said somthing about a pulseator switch or somthing of that nature but i cant find anything online about that so i took it to a friend of a friend and he is saying its the stator and i have no clue. the bike will try and start but wont turn over. any ideas??? i don't want to take it to a shop thats going to charge me $70 + an hour just yet that is the next step i guess
If it's been sitting for 2 years, the carbs are clogged and battery is toast most probably....sometimes these good friend "deals" are not really so good...A thousand things could be wrong w/it and if your not mechanical you can find a private mechanic that will charge much less than a shop, just make sure he is reputable.....you can download a service manual for free at carlsalter.com if you want to get your hands dirty....Good Luck to you friend.....Tim
Posted on May 13, 2009
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