Question about 1996 Yamaha Royal Star XVZ 1300 A
I just replaced a broken "pin holder" on the end of a 1996 Royal Star shift drum. The new part has apparently been improved and updated, but does not seem to be compatible with the old shiftshaft assembly. Has the shiftshaft been updated as well? thanx..Brady T.
When you say "pin holder", I'm assuming that you mean the part that Yamaha refers to as the segment - it holds 5 short and one long dowel pin at the end of the shift cam assembly. In 1996 the segment part number was 26H-18185-00-00, it held five 93604-17198 dowel pins, one 93604-21197-00 dowel pin and a 26H-18561-01-00 side plate. However, in 1998 the segment part number 4NK-18185-00-00 held five 93604-12037-00 dowel pins and one 93604-16092-00 dowel pin; the side plate had been eliminated. The shift shaft for the early combination was 4NK-18101-00-00, for the later combination 4NK-18101-01-00. If you recognize the "pin holder" part number, you will know which shift shaft you should be using.
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