Question about 2000 Yamaha YZF 600 R thunder cat
Hi, I have a datatool 433 fitted to a Yamaha Thundercat.
Just got back off holiday and battery is flat.
How do I stop alarm going off when i disconnect battery, so that i can try and recharge it.
Is there any specifics when putting battery back on.
SOURCE: removal of battery
Hi .... On your fob you have a few options, you have to press the fob to place it in service mode.
2.Turn ignition on
3.press and hold the smaller of the two buttons on the fob until you hear a beep.
This is service mode but you still get a beep every few seconds which will drive you nuts! It must have a backup battery built in because it continues even without the battery.
You can take it out of service mode by pressing the arm/disarm button.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
I dont believe this bike has a rectifier, just a generator, located in the bottom forward engine case. You can test the generator by charging the battery, put the bike on the center stand, attach a DC volt meter to the pos and neg of the battery and run the engine, the volt meter will show 13.6 - 14 volts if the generator works. It is possible you got a battery with a dead cell causing it to never get fully charged... sometimes they're dropped during shipping and other handling. charge the battery and check the voltage, if it seems good, take it out bring it to an auto store and ask them to load test the battery, theyll do it free at most places. if it fails...the battery you got was a dud, take your receipt to the store you bought it and explain what happened and they should honor their service and replace it free. good luck. if the bat is good and the alternator is not charging there are a few other directions to go...
Posted on May 02, 2009
If I understand your question, the following should help.
The installation is easy; the brake lever installs using your existing pivot, and the brass sleeve simply slides out allowing for the replacement.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
You could fit any exhaust, But exhausts are designed for specific engines for a reason. They work best when they are used on the correct engine. Lots of things are taken into account when designing an exhaust, such as capacity, rev range and number of cylinders. An exhaust from a Honda SS50 wouldn't work on a Fireblade, so buy the correct one for your bike, it will be worth it.
Posted on Mar 08, 2012
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