Question about 2007 Yamaha V Star Custom
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Posted on Jun 13, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Open up the carb and clean the jets with pressurized air. I also suspect water on the carburetor reservoir, before opening the carb, drain it first then run. Also, make sure the plugs are clean. Pull on the choke when twisting the accelerator, if it accelerates well, then warm the beast at normal temperature first before twisting the throttle hard again.
hope this helps-
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Sounds like it may be drawing air around the intake somewhere. Let it idle and spray around carefully with wd-40 until it speeds up. This will reveal the leak.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
1) Make sure your fuel petcock is closed, then detach the gas line coming off it (left underside of tank)
2) Remove the back seat (single acorn nut on rear fender)
3) Remove the front seat (two allen bolts at the back of seat)
4) There are two metric 12mm bolts under the front seat that hold the tank down. Remove them. The tank should be sitting loose on bike, but connected by some wires
5) Disconnect the white wiring harness under the bike. Tank is now totally free to remove.
6) Pull tank up and back at the same time, it will slide off the two rubber mounts at the front.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
Oil drain plug is located near the bottom of the engine, left side toward the front. The oil filter element is located on the right side of the engine under the cover toward the front. Changing the oil filter usually requires removal of the front exhaust pipe. There is an aftermarket filter relocation kit that replaces the filter element with a spin on filter that mounts on the front of the bike.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
Well some people buy those carb sync tools with the floating bubble.
Then is it pretty simple, in that if you start with both carbs lifting the bubble the same height at idle, and the linkage opens both butterflys at the same rate, (no slop in one linkage), then they will also be in synch at top end.
But with motor cycles you usually have variable venturi carbs, with a floating dashpot, that already acts like a vacuum carb synch. If the dash post is the same height on both carbs, they are in synch as well.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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