20 Most Recent 2009 Yamaha Roadliner Midnight Questions & Answers


Fuel probly goin to oneside..happens on lowtanks. Carb cud hav issues from age evn tho its not ridden much. Buy a clymer manual

2009 Yamaha... | Answered on Oct 10, 2018


sending unit bad, wireing , or gauge bad. need to check sending unit wires with ohms meter

2009 Yamaha... | Answered on Nov 14, 2013


Check your speedometer cable. If you don't regularly lubricate it it can rust and break eventually. There should be a cable running from the front tire near the axle up to the back of the speedometer assembly. Inspect it for damage.

2009 Yamaha... | Answered on Oct 21, 2013


Check pig tails for fuel pump

2009 Yamaha... | Answered on Mar 10, 2012


Usually the speed sensor is on the gearbox's carter. If the bike has abs than probaly the speed is readed by the abs sensor.
Those are general informations, not special for you bike.

Yamaha Roadliner... | Answered on Oct 20, 2013


The colour codes are usually on a sticker or label attached to the frame, somewhere (generally bike is stripped of painted parts to find this info)....they are also usually printed on the info/specs page of the owner's handbook.
The link below should provide you with correct information you're after however, cheers!

http://www.rsbikepaint.com/

Yamaha Roadliner... | Answered on Feb 14, 2011


There is a neutral switch and starter circuit relay that disables the CDI module and prevents the starter solenoid from energizing.

Likely your start switch bypass attempt at the solenoid didn't account for the the CDI being disabled, so crank no spark.

You will need to verify operation of the neutral switch and the start circuit relay.

Do an internet search for "ttr225 wiring diagram" if you need a schematic.

Yamaha... | Answered on Oct 17, 2020


I remember these lightweight steeds that had an almost cult following in the UK, resulting in a large number of tuning parts becoming available at reasonable prices.
The noise of a gaggle of them pulling away from the lights all at once could and did break the windows of nearby houses.

The compression pressure of an exhaust tuned 2-stroke engine is necessarily quite low - because the cylinder capacity and the compression ratio "grows" at the rpm the reflected exhaust pressure wave effectively blocks the exhaust port and the engine power suddenly increases. Yamaha engines of that time were notoriously "sudden"...

I don't know the exact compression pressure but I would be happy if I did a test and achieved around 100 psi. My Suzuki of a similar design produced 105 psi on the kick starter. Much more pressure than that and there would be a danger of the fuel detonating in the cylinder when the engine "was on the port", usually resulting in a hole melted in a piston.

Yamaha... | Answered on Oct 16, 2020

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