It had more in the beginning of the day. Stid: No I haven't checked compression yet. My vote is for a still gummed up carb that needs a thorough clean. It also lists the safety equipment and any special tools required. Anyone else ever experience this issue? I set the float with a template in the rebuild kit.
First being the valve cover and the second being the left side cover exposing the stator and rotor assembly. Issue 1, Grabby clutch: The clutch is adjusted incorrectly and grabs when shifting from neutral to 1st. I really think its time for them to come out with a twin now! Got it to start back up with a new plug same result. Started it up and same thing as usual. And it didn't like hills.
I would highly recommend checking them out if you need any rags its going to a good cause! I got it sitting apart right now and I will look for a clip on a jet. Loosen the adjuster locknut on the top of the rocker arm using an 8 mm box-end wrench. . Keep in mind your gonna have to get the thin walls of the tank close to the same temp for the rod to stick. Drain the tank, fill and rinse with water a couple of times. I tightened it and it consisted.
The wiring is fixed and I have a make-shift gas tank on it now. Hold the adjuster in place with the screwdriver, then tighten the adjuster locknut when the intake valve clearance air gap has been set to 0. My wheeler the plug wire is replaceable but the new part from the dealer the plug wire and coil are one unit. You could have a stuck intake valve. My buddy took it out riding.
Technical assistance such was wiring diagrams, old brochures and specifications, performance modifications, and much more. I have a Yamaha bayou 300, I think 1986, ran great till last year when it started to backfire a little. Tom It came with 2 jets in the kit and I also got a new diaphragm. When you give it throttle, it uses all the fuel and air this bypass and idle jet can provide very quickly, and then starves for fuel as the revs increase. The fuel these days eats carbs up by just sitting inside for long periods of time, its a pain in the butt. I don't know what to do anymore. Remove valve cover and check cam position.
I'll clean it tomorrow and order the cable and o ring. Then consider so that you may make posts, and view the additional content available. Did you flow check the carb? Additionally, the feeler gauge should be able to move between the valve and the rocker arm with a slight drag. I also adjusted the valve lash to I think 0. TomMan, I understand your fustration, but don't sink her! I'm no gear head, but I have had my fair share of carb issues on wheelers, what your describing with the sputtering and intermittent running sounds like a piece of crap in your carb.
Well its hard to start no matter what, once you get it started it will idle fine and you can give it full throttle and it will run fine. I barely made it home on the way back and now the bike won't run at all since then! Just picked up a cheap quad that a guy had given up on. Pulled the inspection cover off timing chain and the marks were dead on. I foolishly volunteered to take a look at it. I don't believe I have enough room in it. I can't believe that this carb gives me this much trouble.
Surprisingly the Yamaha Grizzly 700 never got stuck that many times in the may mud but hey, we never really went out to get stuck! Rotate crank to top dead center. People will install them aftermarket i've done it myself and they can clog up restricting fuel flow to your carb. Put it back together with the idle screw set at 2 turns as I've been told it should be. Remove the screws from the lower fuel tank cover using a Phillips-head screwdriver. From what you described I really thought it was a carb issue.
Popping back through the carb does sound like a timing problem. When it does start, sometimes it idles fine others you have to turn the idle way up to keep it running. So I loaded it up and took it with me on my hunt, figuring if it had problems again oh well since I was planning a walk in anyway. A bolt on the engine has either oil or gas seeping through it,abd was loose. When you rebuilt the carb, did the kit come with new jets, and did you use them? Got so frustrated I just let it sit and figured no wheeler for moose season.
Remove the screws attaching the sides of the front fender to the foot well panels using a Phillips-head screwdriver. Forum login is separate from account management but shares the same username and password. Then I covered the bottom and up the sides with fiberglass mat. Possibilities are - stale fuel, how old is it? Trust me when I tell you out in the gulf is no place for fuel to be leaking into the bilge of your boat. If the pre-owner pulled the rotor assembly its possibly that he didn't get the key way key in properly.