Question about 1993 Yamaha YZF 750 R
Hi, the SP mark for your model is mainly suspension changes, however if your worried about changing it then simply tipex one of the pins in the chain and spin the crank to count how many pins are in your old chain not forgeting to count the tipexed pin as number 1 but I think you'll find they are the same, also dont forget to check your valve clearances before you pull the cams as it's shins under buckets so you can replace any worn shims while the cams are out saving you doing the job twice.
Hope this helps.
Are you sure it's the chain and not the tensioner
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
I believe both machines share most of the same internals however check the part Nos for both machines if they are the sam your home & hosed.Regards Geoff
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
Testimonial: "thanx mate "
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