Question about Motorcycles
Building an expansion pipe for a Yamato outboard racing motor using expansion chamber components from 1998 Yamaha YZ 250. To get correct total overall length of the modified pipe I need to know the exact length from the side of the piston to the end of the cylinder exhaust spigot. This dimension was probably the same for several different years so information for any years would be appreciated. Thanks Lar
SOURCE: Maintenance schedule 2008 yz 250
How about an complete factory service manual instead of just a maintenance schedule? Go to the site below and do a free download of the manual AND a parts fitch manual. These manuals are about 4 years old but 95% of what is there is still accurate for your 2008.
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Posted on Apr 24, 2009
i have 03 yz 250 told that the hose you are talking about is drain for powervalve and when bike is ran in low rpm are not warmed up before its shut down load up of premix will drain from hose .i found that mine does not leak anything after hard rides on track.
Posted on May 05, 2009
SOURCE: how much is my yz 125 worth?
the retail value in good condition is approx $1,500. meaning it looks good, runs good, good tires, breaks,chain and sprokets. but with the extras you have and the after market up grades, i would start with a little higher price.
Posted on May 21, 2009
I have a TTR-250 2005 that I bought new. Exhaust has slowly been getting hotter/redder over the last couple years. It quit running and idling smoothly just recently. I used some "Sea Foam" gasoline additive and it helped a little. After talking to guys at the Yamaha shop, the problem is most likely too lean a mixture due to deposits on the needle valve or build up in the carb somewhere. The sea foam did help but I'll be taking my carb apart soon to fix it totally (I hope).
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
2001 Yamaha YZ80 Specifications
83 cc Bore x Stroke
47 mm x 47 mm Compression Ratio
8.2:1 Engine Cooling
Liquid Carburetion Carburetor
26mm Mikuni Transmission Transmission
6 - speed Chassis Wheelbase
49.5 in Ground Clearance
13.7 in Seat Height
33.6 in Fuel Tank Capacity
1.3 gallons Forks Forks
33mm Kayaba Fork Travel
10.8 in Shock Shock(s)
Kayaba Shock Travel
11.1 in Wheels and Tires Front Wheel
17 in Rear Wheel
14 in Brakes
disk/disk Other Information Intended Use
Motocross Color Scheme
Blue Cost when new
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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