A 12 point socket will mar the bolt. The wet weights of the two bikes -- 743 pounds for the Vulcan 1600 and 746 for the Road Star 1700 -- are too close to make any difference. Hi, Christopher and the usual suspects are: 1. Remove the air filter element by remove most of the dust and dirt, 10. If oil is leaking, immediately turn the engine off and check for the cause.
The preload-adjustable rear shock hidden for the slammed hardtail look provides a class-leading 4. This must match the distance across two parallel flats on the bolt head or nut. Good luck and have a wonderful day. Yamaha introduced the Road Star in 1999. Lubricate the new bushing with fork oil, open its slot and slide it onto the fork tube groove. Remove the cylinder head as described in this chapter. They may not properly secure the disc to the hub.
Insert the tool into the fork tube so the rod holder engages the damper rod Figure 13. Climb aboard this belt-driven, 98-cubic-inch V-twin beast, thumb the starter, open up that throttle and, rest assured, adrenaline will be flowing like tattoo ink at Sturgis. Remove the front end cap D, Figure 17 from the housing and remove the locating key Figure 20. Check the hose clamps for damage; replace them if necessary. Torque peaks at 2500 rpm 57. Water or dirt in the fuel system, carburetor or filter. Modifications may also make your motorcycle illegal to use.
Install the shock absorber with the preload adjuster indicator facing the direction noted during removal. Bottom line…more power and performance. Start the engine and let it warm up. Catastrophic engine failure, perform a compression test. Remove the alternator cover as described in this chapter. Spring preload adjusting nut 2. When installing a bearing as described in Step 1, Press arm some type of driver is required.
Install the front engine bracket as follows: 1. The motorcycle does not want to steer straight on level road surfaces. Remove the oil check bolt, and then check the oil level in the transfer case. Raise the fuel tank bracket and support the tank. My rating of 'good' might be under rated - could be excellent if I'd have ridden similar machines. Installation is the reverse of removal. Gleaming bodywork and classic styled, deep-valanced fenders, making it a feast of feel and smooth flowing lines.
Because bearings are preci- sion parts, they must be properly lubricated and maintained. Sep 19, 2018 Hi, Mike and the usual suspects are: 1. Install the clutch hub onto the damper studs and install two new lockplates B, Figure 36. It represents the high degree of craftsman- ship and reliability that have made Yamaha a leader in these fields. Inspect the teeth A, Figure 48 of the starter wheel gear.
Needle and seat stuck closed in the float bowl. If the engine speed increases without an increase 4. An overload could result in fire and complete loss of the bike. Suggested Starting Price shown does not include tax, title, or destination charge. Whenever a rotating part contacts a stationary part, look for a shim or washer. Noise from the air-cooled lump is notably subdued, allowing Yamaha engineers to put a bit more throatiness into the exhaust sound from the staggered two-into-two shotgun pipes.
Disconnect the negative cable A, Figure 46 from the battery. The clutch grabs badly when hot. Drive the bearing into the bore until it bottoms. Disconnect the spring B, Figure 109 from the boss on the brake pedal. Check the seat by performing the leakage test described in the Cylinder Head section earlier in this chapter. The steering feels tight or slow. Discard the self-locking pinion gear nut.
You are making a difference to millions of riders worldwide. While the engine is removed for service, check all of the frame engine mounts for cracks or other damage. Pour a teaspoonful of engine oil 1. They must be used and maintained with great care. Between 600 to 1000 miles 1000-1600 km of for further service.