What are the specs of a 1993 wr500 Yamaha motorcycle?
The bike was made only two years and is referd to as a WR500ZE Specificationws: Model code:4AA2 VIN:JYA4AAAWO*PA006101 Engine No. 4AA-006101 Length:86.8in. Width:33.3in. Height:50.0in. Seat Height:38.8in. Wheelbase:59.3in. Ground Clearance:14.6in. Wet Weight:268.5lb. Engine.......Type:Air cooled 2-stroke,gasoline Cylinder Arrangement: Single,forward inclined Bore x Stroke: 87 x 82mm (3.43 x 3.23in) Compression Ratio:6.94 :1 Displacement:487cm (17.14 lmp oz, 16.47 US oz) Tank Capacity:3.43 US gal
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lighter oil in my 2005 Yamaha xvs 1100 i use penrite 5w 40 because it helps with the gear change .is a lot smoother because clutch plates don't seem to stick as much.give it a go.
Really you can tell it just by looking at the bike. The design changes significantly every year. Find samples of bikes on google image search and compare. I guess there are more elaborate ways of doing it, but this is quite accurate and most importantly, simple.
Some of the Yamaha motorcycles that came out in 1986 are: FJ1200,FZ600, FZ750, XJ600, XJ700, XS400 and YX600. The YX600, also knowsas the Radian, was the most affordable at that time.
Head Office: 2500 Shingai, Iwata-shi, Shizuoka-ken, Japan. Motorcycle production in Indonesia, parts production in China
The tenth digit (or letter) indicates the year model. The letter "D" indicates the motorcycle is a 1983 model. - from Wikipedia
you can find them in a 24 $ shop manual for the bike i suggest that if you are doing any work on this bike http://www.schoolfundstore.com/a/shoemark%20pete/yamaha%20xj650%20owners%20workshop%20manual/affnr=-2610/1850103534
Yes there is and I've been there. You may need a local to get to the location. Very rmote and basically surrounded by rice fields. Look around Aomori district.
The head bolt torque specs for a 1999 Yamaha RT 100 is 16 footpounds. Specs can be found in Yamaha repair books.
The cylinder head torque specs for a Yamaha Radian is 35.61 Nm. Youcan also say the specs are 3.6 kgf-m and 26.3 ft.lbs.
On dirt bikes the vin is on the right side of the steering head tube..
I need to know how to set the timing on a 650 Yamaha silverado 2002. Thank you
in order to get ignition timing right take cover of. And observed the stator the t.and the f. markes the f.line will line up on the pointer when the points are juststarting.to separte .. To get both cylinders dune rotate the motor 360 one rfvolution and then do the other cyinder.. if its out to fare… to the lefte it will be getting to fare ADVANCE.. (MORE)
Seca 650 Specs and Info . Seca 650 Specifications from the November 1981 issue of "Cycle" . Model Yamaha XJ650RJ Price:(as of 8/25/81) $3099 Standing start 1/4 mile 12.78 @ 105.38 mph Engine rpm @ 60 mph, top gear 4480 rpm Average fuel consumption rate 47 mpg Cruise range (main/reserve) 185/52 m…iles Load capacity 497.5 lbs Maximum speed in gears(9500rpm) (1) 47.3 (2) 69.0 (3) 89.7 (4) 110.9 (5)127.3 Engine Type Four stroke transverse four cylinder with dual overhead camshafts, chain driven Bore and Stroke 63.0 x 52.4mm (2.48x2.06 in.) Piston Displacement 653 cc Compression ratio 9.2.1 Carburetion (4) 32mm Hitachi constant velocity slide throttle. Exhaust system Four into two, interconnected Ignition Battery powered inductive, magnetically triggered with electronically controlled advance. Air Filtration Paper element, disposable Oil Filtration Paper element, disposable Oil Capacity 3.5 liters (3.7 qts) Transmission Type Five speed, constant mesh, multi plate wet clutch Primary drive Straight cut spur gear; 97/58; 1.672 Final Drive Shaft; 49/36, 19/18, 32/11; 4.180 Gear ratios (overall) (1) 15.29 (2) 10.48 (3) 8.06 (4) 6.52 (5)5.68 Chassis Type Full cradle tubular steel, twin downtube Suspension Front Telescopic coil spring, oil damped Rear Swing arm with (2) dampers; adjustable for preload Wheelbase 1435 mm (56.5 in.) Rake/Trail 27.75 degrees/115mm (4.53 in.) Brakes Front: Hydraulic twin disc, 268 mm (10.55 in.) rotors with single piston calipers Rear: Mechanical drum; rod activated Wheels Front Cast aluminum alloy 1.85 x 19 Rear Cast aluminum alloy 2.15 x 18 Tires Front 3.25H x 19 Bridgestone Mag Mopus L-303 Rear 120/90H x 18 Bridgestone Mag Mopus S7-16 Seat Height 784 mm (30.86 in.) Ground Clearance 149mm (5.86 in.) Fuel Capacity, Main/Reserve 14.8/4.5 liters (3.9/1.2 gals.) Electrical Power AC generator Charge control Solid state voltage regulator/ rectifier Headlight Beams High/Low 60/55 watts Tail/ stop lights 8/27 watts Battery 12V 14AH Instruments Includes Speedometer, Odometer Tripmeter, Tachometer with 9500 redline; indicators for high beam, neutral, low oil level and left/right turn indicator Speedometer error 30 mph indicated 28.70 mph 60 mph indicated 59.13 mph. Submitted by Dave McCulloch. Specifications for the 1982 Seca 650 from Cycle World, April 1982 . List price $3099 Bore x Stroke 63 x 52.4mm Displacement 653cc Compression ratio 9.2:1 Carburetion (4) 32mm Hitachi Constant Vacuum Claimed power N/A Claimed torque 39.8 lb.-ft. @ 7500rpm Oil capacity 3.7 qt. Fuel capacity 5.2 gal. Electrical power 266w alternator Gear ratios, overall (1) 15.29 (2) 10.48 (3) 8.06 (4) 6.52 (5) 5.68 Weight bias, % front/rear 47/53 GVWR 1000 lb. Load capacity 511 lb. Weight (w/half-tank fuel) 489 lb. Performance (from Cycle World, April 1982) Standing 1/4 mile 12.78 @ 103.68 mph Top speed in 1/2 mile 117 mph Fuel consumption 48 mpg. Range (to reserve tank) 201 mi. Acceleration: 0-30 mph.................................1.8 sec. 0-40 mph.................................2.7 sec. 0-50 mph.................................3.7 sec. 0-60 mph.................................4.8 sec. 0-70 mph.................................6.2 sec. 0-80 mph.................................7.5 sec. 0-90 mph.................................9.1 sec. 0-100 mph...............................11.5 sec. Top gear acceleration: 40-60 mph...............................5.5 sec. 60-80 mph...............................7.8 sec. Maximum speeds in gears: 1st............................................47 mph. 2nd...........................................69 mph. 3rd............................................89 mph. 4th............................................110 mph. 5th............................................127 mph. Speedometer error: 30 mph. indicated...................29 mph. actual 60 mph. indicated...................59 mph. actual Braking distance: from 30 mph..................................32 ft. from 60 mph..................................138 ft. Engine speed at 60 mph: 4500 rpm. (MORE)
The vin Number can be located in 2 places.\n. \n1) At the side of the frame where the forks clamp into the yokes. (Turn the handle bars to the right & then look at the frame between the gas tank & the forks on the left).\n. \n2) On the left hand side of the engine.
there is no such bike yz490 didn't start till 1982 and went on to 1990 before this it was a 465 ....
D10C started with Serial nummber 1000- went to 16000 they began produntion in 1965 and is specific to the Big bear scrambler yds3c, (high pipes) this had closer gear rations than its Catalina counterpart (low pipes)
Originally the maxim was a cruiser and the xj a tourer. Later the xj 650 maxim was a bit of both. There are many through-the-ages examples on google images.
If you can figure out a way to mount it securely, sure you can use a beer keg if you want to
99 600cc Vmax,. 120nm, 85 ft lbs for primary sheave. 200 nm for spider and sliding sheave. secondary sheave 64nm. 6nm for bolt on weights and 3 nm for nuts on weights. Yamaha suggests nuts and bolts be tightened in 2 stages.
Engine Type Liquid cooled, SOHC, 5-valve, 660cc, four-stroke single Bore x Stroke 100mm x 84mm Compression Ratio 9.2:1 Carburetion Dual Mikuni 33mm BSR Ignition CDI Starting System Electric Transmission 5-speed manual clutch with reverse Drive Train 2WD, chain Chassis Front Suspe…nsion Independent Double Wishbone, 9.1" travel with preload adjustment Rear Suspension Aluminum Swing Arm, 8.7" travel with rebound, compression and preload adjustment Brakes F/R Hydraulic Discs Tires F/R 21x7-10 Radial/20x10-9 Radial Dimensions L x W x H 72.0" x 43.0" x 45.0" Seat Height 33.9" Wheelbase 49.0" Ground Clearance 4.5" Fuel Capacity 11 liters Dry Weight 398 Lbs. (MORE)
Yamaha Breeze ATV engine valve settings "Cold Engine" Intake valve .003 to .005 thousands. Exhaust valve .004 to .006 thousands.
In bike model names most letters have a meaning, but some are simply the designation given to a particular model, rather than giving it a full name.. F (usually at the beginning) means Four Cylinder. This was a letter adopted only by Yamaha, so an F as the first letter straight away means the bike …is a Yammy! Honda also use F to denote four cylinders, such as VFR. Note placement of the F.. J refers to the engine type and frame design used in that model.. R (Used by many manufacturers) means the bike is a sports variant (stands for Race). So while an 1 year old FJR might be completely different to a 5 year old one, the engine and frame are based around the same design, so it is still an FJR!. Many manufacturers name their bikes in this way. Some have given full names to certain models, such as the Fazer (FZR). (MORE)
I would recommend a ttr230 they are easy to control and still have enough speed and they make a fantastic trail bike.
Premix (mix oil and petrol at a certain ratio) Contact you local Yamaha dealer for the best mix.
Depends on who you financed your bike through. If you financed it through the actual motorcycle dealership than you should give them a call and ask for the title. Same thing goes for a bank.
Mine has a combo of 17 letters and numbers. Check the sticker on the neck by the headlights.
I bought a 2009 raider. I have owned 5 cycles and swore my next bike was to be a Harley custom, compared them and tried out the Yamaha raider and it is the greatest bike I own now (Harley does not come close) 1900 cc will kick ass. Comfort is great, making turns are smooth, power is great ( careful …at red lights- you can pop a wheelie The gauges are great . Word to the wise read the manuel= I changed my oil and learned it has 2 oil pans-read the manual. I have one complaint--you only get about 160 miles to a tank of gas and it takes premium. It is a great buy I have gone to bike week in Daytona and the eyes are on it. I bought the silver with the red paint job. (MORE)
Three different controls, working under your direction, direct the bike through it's various gears. The primary gears shifter is the lever at your left toe. All the way down is first gear, the next notch upwards (halfway between first and second gear) is neutral, then comes second gear and next com…es third, fourth and so on upwards to whatever number of gears your particular bike may have (it differs). . 1) As you sit on the bike you should start it with the gear lever (left toe) at the neutral selection. In neutral you can roll the bike around and the engine is not engaged. This where you begin. Some bikes will have a light in the instruments indicating you are in neutral (the key must be turned on in the ignition). Once you have the engine running (not part of the original question) you can get ready to shirt into first gear by squeezing the clutch lever towards the handle bars (all the way) and tapping the gear selector lever (also known as the shift lever...at your left foot) downwards. You should hear the transmission clunk or click into gear. You can now, by the judicious application of the throttle (right hand grip) and gently (slowly) releasing the clutch lever (left hand) make the bike move forward. The actual coordination to do this takes practice and few get it exactly right the first time unless they have ridden other bikes before. . 2) Once you are rolling along you will be able to sense when the engine is revving higher and higher and needs to be shifted into second. You should reduce the throttle and pull the clutch lever in at the same time and then lift the gear shift lever one click with your left toe. At this time the clutch lever can be released...gently. Shifting to further gears is essentially the same as when you shifted from first to second excepting that you will typically be doing so at greater road speed. To slow down the process is reversed. All this assumes a bike in proper operating order. . 3) These are only the rudiments and are the first babysteps in learning to ride. I cannot recommend strongly enough that you begin learning in a safe location (like an empty parking lot...and make it a large one...and keep your speed within reason) and by all means NEVER forget where and how to use the brakes! Again, using the brakes was not a part of the original question! Getting "hands-on" lessons is far and away preferable to trying to learn how to ride by reading about it!! . Good Luck! Al (MORE)
Specifications for a Yamaha RT 100 can be found at most Yamahadealerships. The specifications can be found at many auto-partsstores.
When you purchased your Yamaha Motorcycle, you should have received a tag attached to the key with a key code on it. Providing that key code and your vin number to a dealer will allow them to order a replacement key based on those values. If you don't have a key code, you'll have to order key blanks… and have them carved identically to your existing key by a local lock smith. (MORE)
The ignition switch is riveted in place on many older motorcycles.If you don't own a riveting tool then you can fasten it with twosmall bolts and nuts. The wiring is easily reconnected as theproper connectors come with the new switch. If not, you have tofigure out how to connect the wires to the swi…tch by soldering themin place. You need the service manual for this. In general, thecolors of the wires are the following: The black wire is the 12volt power wire, the brown is the running lights, the yellow is theleft turn signal and stop light, the green wire is the right turnsignal and stop light, the white is the ground wire attached to thebike's frame. Blue is for the brake light. (MORE)
In all mtorcycles I would recommend using the top of the line. We tried to use regular unleaded and it sounded like crap and ran like crap. So when we switched to super unleaded it ran like a champ. So from experience do the super it costs more but works way better. If it still runs like crap I reco…mmend c-foam. We have a 1990 Yamaha FZR1000 and this is everything that we did to make it run great. We took out all of the old gasoline 1st. And I know that the same is true for Harleys. Thanks. (MORE)
The Yamaha Exciter 570 has a top speed of 105 miles per hour. TheExciter I had 77.2 horsepower and ran at 7200 RPMs.
This question is a little crazy because of the variables. Even if you narrowed this down to only brand new 1993 bikes and discount all used ones there would be literally thousands of entries to enter into the equasion. If You were to say - the average of 1993 Yamaha bikes in 1993 you would have sens…ible question. it would take days to figure every bike that was made for 1993. in 1993 Yamaha made 36 bikes alone - see what I mean? (MORE)
you can ussually tell what model it is buy reading the sticker on the side of the frame near the tank and handle bars. some time the have a sticker saying what type it is
It depend on condition of bike but now a day we can get this about 1000-1600$.
34ftlb is the torque for 1993 Yamaha xj600s. I am giving the linkthat will increase the knowledge about bikes.
It found on the body near the engine of your bike.Its found on the top of the engine
It simple now you can just enter th model of your vehicle and internet will tel you the history about that vehicle for example. who is the maker, which is the year of manufacture and where it made.
There are two 10mm bolts on either side of the bike that hold theside panels and the rear of the seat to the frame. Remove those twobolts, and then slide your seat rearward, because there is aplastic tab that holds the seat to the gas tank. Installation isreverse. Slide fwd, install bolts. It must …depend on the model because mine is different. Mine has twolatches; one on either side of the seat, with a lever on the leftone located just behind the side cover. The lever pushes the leftlatch forward and the left latch is connected to the right latch bya bar which runs under the seat. You might have to hold the left side down while unlatching becauseonce it pops out, there's no connection the the right latch anymoreand so it might stay latched on that side. Once both sides have popped up, slide the seat rearwards. (MORE)
No the Yamaha Rhino is not a style of motorcycle. It is a versatile, off-road capable side by side vehicle. Yamaha has the option to build your custom Rhino. You can choose the body style, color, and utility options.
The first motorcycle produced by Yamaha was the YA-1, produced in 1954-5. It had a small 125 cc engine and was a very basic bike by modern standards.
The average price of a Yamaha motorcycle varies according to the age, model mileage and condition of the motorcycle. The Motorcycles website estimates that a new model Yamaha would average at around $10,000.
Yamaha motorcycle parts can be purchased in a variety of locations. One important location would be a Yamaha dealership or an automotive store is that is authorized to sell parts and products from Yamaha for motorcycles.
Yamaha R1 motorcycles can be purchased from many online retailers. Cycle Trader directly sells motorcycles for sales while sites like Motorcycle News directs people to locations where a requested motorcycle is being sold.
One can purchase a Yamaha XS650 motorcycle direct from Yamaha dealerships. Local dealers tend to be located on the outskirts of towns and advertise in the car pages of local newspapers. Alternatively, one could look on eBay Motors or Bike Sales websites.
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The Yamaha RD 250 has a number of impressive features and specifications. It has an air cooled two stroke engine capable of 30 horsepower and 7500 rpm.
You can find the Yamaha Virago motorcycles for sale online from auction websites such as eBay. Alternatively, you can also purchase these motorcycles from classifieds such as Craigslist.
The engine size is Yamaha WR500 in a 1993 waverunner, the engine size is right in the name of the jet ski.