Question about Yamaha NS-AW1 Main / Stereo Speaker
Greetings I have inadvertantly broken one of the speaker ( Yamaha ns AW1) binding posts and I am now trying to determine how to safely remove same to facilitate replacement. Any tips you can provide would be appriciated
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Stuff happens on a race bike. The problem is that it can happen so fast, with your mind on other things during a race, you don't even realise somthing happened. Another bike probably kicked up a small rock and aimed it at your carb.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
SOURCE: tip of pilotscrew is broken
spot weld a screw to it using a MIG welder, make sure you take the carb off the bike 1st, and that its free from fuel, or vapours, else it will catch fire, once a screw is welded to it, use that screw to undo your other, as they are now classed as a complete screw, it should come out with ease.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Apr 30, 2011
For the main speakers , Yes, you can use banana plugs. Theyre built for that.
I hope that helps
Posted on Dec 16, 2014
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