Question about 2004 Yamaha TT-R 250
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: headlight 1972 yamaha 250 yz
You can add a headlight if the type of ignition system on your particular model is the type that will let you. Several different systems were used back then. The proper system will need a lighting coil installed onto the plate underneath the flywheel. The flywheel must be pulled off. You will see a coil there already for the spark. An unused set of threaded screw holes is present, (the same plate was used on the bikes that had a headlight). Just add the coil and now you have power for a headlight.
Posted on May 05, 2009
positive to positive... negative to negative post... from coil down to plugs..
if you can't find the wires positive and negative get a diagram... sounds like you're lost
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
Should be stamped on the neck of your motorcycle or on the left hand side lower rail. Look on the neck, right side, under the dirt.
Where is the neck? It is the place where the front wheel assembly is fastened to the rest of the motorcycle.
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Posted on Feb 20, 2010
I had an old YZ465 that use to do that. Has it sat a long time? I found on mine the clutch discs were stuck together. I use to start it and then push the bike and jump on and hit it in gear. That would break the discs loose. After that it would work fine until I stored the bike for a long time again.
Hope that helps. Just go easy with it, because the springs force all the oil out from between the clutch plates so they will be dry for just a moment where they were bound together..
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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