Question about Yamaha Motorcycles
I would say you probably have a problem with one or more carbs. The carbs should be cleaned and vacuum balanced. Make sure you don't have a vacuum leak to start with.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
I believe your rear brakes are mechanical though they could be hydraulic. This is not an easy repair, which ever method is used. It requires first and foremost, some way to hold up your bile while you remove the tire. Then you must remove the tire and drive train as well as other items ...
After the problem is repaired, there is reassembly and adjustment. Complicating the matter is possible corrosion on other parts of this 13 year old motorcycle.
My advice is for you to contract with your local Yamaha shop for this repair.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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