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Posted on May 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I take it when you say gas you are refering to petrol . gas leake ,don't use your bike untill its been repaired, many bikes have burst into flames through gas leakes .Remember petrol does not burn its the vapour given of that catches fire .
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 2002 Yamaha
Main fuse is on the POS. lead adjacent to battery. Fuse cluster is located centrally under the front half of the seat. The above link gives full diagrams for the complete bike in sections.
Posted on Jul 08, 2011
SOURCE: Trying to hook up an
Yellow and blue wires control stop light. If you have them right, tailight will always be on, and go bright when you hit the brakes. You shouldn't need the ground wire if your new light has metal contact to the fender. OEM light has a plastic chrome spacer which is non-conductive.The solid yellow wire you see here is for the brake light.--------- Check that wire.It should be connected right.------- Keep updated.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Jul 31, 2011
SOURCE: how do you adjust the
The jets are not adjustable. Well - the pilot jet is adjustable a little by turning the air screw, but this is for fine tuning, not for correcting an incorrectly sized jet. If the air screw is screwed out more than about 2.5 turns, the pilot jet is too large and if it is turned in less than 1 turn, your pilot jets are too small.
Adjust the air screw out until you get the highest, smooth idle and then turn back in about 1/4 turn or less.
It is a good idea to check or just change your air filter prior to making any mixture or carb adjustments - make sure the intake tract is not restricted and make sure the spark plugs are in decent shape.
To 'adjust' the jets, they must be replaced. I know this is not what you were hoping to hear, but to adjust the jetting, the carbs have to come off and you have to get into the float bowls to physically change the jets.
Posted on Sep 14, 2011
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