Question about Yamaha TT-R 125 L Motorcycles
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Posted on May 28, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turn the adjusting screw all the way in until it LIGHTLY seats. Now back it out one and one half turns. Do the same adjustment for the throttle screw on the right side of the carb. You are now back to the stock factory settings.
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Posted on Sep 20, 2009
The adjuster tang on the float (in green) rises and falls to maintain fuel level. It pushes on the float needle to stop the flow and drops to let fuel in. Did you loose the needle? If all parts are there, gently bend the tang upward to lower the gas level in the carb.
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Posted on Jun 28, 2009
SOURCE: My 2005 yamaha TTR 125
Your float in the bottom of the carb is likely stuck in the up position. The float attaches to a valve that shuts off fuel flow when level is just right. Can you see the little screw at the bottom of the bowl? Do you see the little overflow hose below that? Get a plastic soda bottle, put the outlet of the tiny hose into it. unscrew that little screw a few turns. Do you see fuel coming out? No? then take the back end of a screw driver and tap the bowl of your carb sharply 5 or 6 times. (Make sure the fuel pet **** under the tank is turned on. If you do not see fuel going into your bottle in a minute, shut off fuel at the tank. Screw the bowl drain back in. Remove the larger incoming fuel line that goes from tank to carb and put it into the bottle. Now you will open the petcock a little bit slowly. If you never see fuel come out of the tank, thru that hose, then your screens on the petcock may be clogged. Shut off fuel , Remove the cap on your fuel tank. blow into the line while slowly opening the petcock valve. Hear air bubbling in the tank yet? If you do, shut off valve, remove air pressure from line, point it back into the bottle and reopen the valve. If none of this works, then you need a new petcock valve.
Posted on Nov 29, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, I just bought a stock
Piston rings may be sticking after sitting for so long. It may serve you well to remove the top end, paying special attention to the timing alignment as you do. Visually inspect the piston and rings. ensure the rings can move freely in their grooves. Look at the piston for signs of blow-by. A burned up surface of the piston that extends past the rings onto the skirts. You may simply re-ring this machine and it would solve your problem if you view these problems.
Posted on Dec 09, 2010
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