Question about 2002 Yamaha TT-R 225
The fuel petcock on the tank has two filters that protrude into the tank from the fueltap, one for the mainfeed and another on the reserve. The fuel line itself may have a secondary filter inserted into it. They are a cylinder of gauze that slides into the fuel hose, these can be easily blown or pushed out. If you have fuel flow restriction problems, air needs to be able to enter the fuel tank for fuel to gravitate out, so check your fuel cap breathes. The needle and seat to the floatbowl may also be dirty or restricted.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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