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How to Rebuild a Mikuni Carburetor on a Yamaha Timberwolf 250

How to Rebuild a Mikuni Carburetor on a Yamaha Timberwolf 250

Category:HealthRelease time:2013-05-18Views:130

The Yamaha Timberwolf 250 ATV carries a small bore, centre hung float style Mikuni carburettor attached to the air box and intake manifold. The rebuild process includes disassembling the carburettor, cleaning the interior chambers and replacing the g[More]

Yamaha Timberwolf Specifications

Yamaha Timberwolf Specifications

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-04-13Views:130

The Yamaha Timberwolf is a four-wheeled all-terrain vehicle (ATV) - also known as a quad - that was sold during the 1990s in the United States. From 1997 through 1999 it was also marketed as the Bear Tracker. The Timberwolf was available in both a 2[More]

The Yamaha Timberwolf Capacity

The Yamaha Timberwolf Capacity

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-09-09Views:130

Yamaha manufactures many different all-terrain vehicles, including the Timberwolf. The Timberwolf was designed for those on a budget, but still delivers a quality product for the utility vehicle industry. Features Though considered a lightweight vehi[More]

Specs for a 1998 Yamaha Timberwolf 250

Specs for a 1998 Yamaha Timberwolf 250

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-09-28Views:130

The Timberwolf 250 is a four-wheeled, all terrain vehicle produced by Yamaha. Its styling and design categorise it as a utility ATV. In 1998, the MSRP for a new Yamaha Timberwolf 250 was £2,535. Engine The Timberwolf has a 229cc SOHC air-cooled four-[More]

How to Troubleshoot a Yamaha Timberwolf

How to Troubleshoot a Yamaha Timberwolf

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2014-04-28Views:130

Discontinued in 2000, the Yamaha Timberwolf was a utility ATV that Yamaha manufactured to be capable of heavy-duty work and trail riding. In its final year, the quad featured a 229.6cc engine that took unleaded fuel as a main fuel source. The ATV als[More]

How to Troubleshoot a Yamaha Timberwolf ATV

How to Troubleshoot a Yamaha Timberwolf ATV

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-09-03Views:130

A utility quad that debuted in 1989, the Yamaha Timberwolf is a small ATV that was in production for over a decade. Not as powerful as many of Yamaha's other utility quads, it features a 230cc engine while still holding its own on the trails. The Tim[More]

How to Adjust a Yamaha Outboard Carburetor

Category:HealthRelease time:2012-07-06Views:130

Adjusting the carburettor on a Yamaha outboard motor is a straightforward process. Even though it is straightforward, it may leave you feeling like you've spent a great deal of time standing on your head since the adjustments will require you to lean[More]

How to Identify a Yamaha RD400 Carburetor

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-01-11Views:130

The Yamaha RD400, built between 1975 and 1980, is a 400 cubic-centimetre, two-cylinder, two-stroke motorcycle known for its quick acceleration and racing capabilities. Closely related to the popular RD350, the RD400 was developed to be bigger, smooth[More]

How Do I Clean & Rejet a 2001 Yamaha 650 Carburetor?

How Do I Clean & Rejet a 2001 Yamaha 650 Carburetor?

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-12-15Views:130

Cleaning a carburettor removes lacquers and residue and ensures that it operates efficiently. Re-jetting a carburettor by installing larger jets increases fuel flow. Cleaning and re-jetting the twin Mikuni VM carburettors on your 2001 Yamaha 650 is r[More]

Troubleshooting yamaha motorcycle carburetors

Troubleshooting yamaha motorcycle carburetors

Category:HealthRelease time:2014-05-15Views:130

The most effective way to troubleshoot Yamaha motorcycle carburettors is by first understanding the basic mechanics of the unit. Yamaha motorcycles use slide valve Mikuni carburettors. Twisting the throttle grip opens a piston valve in the carburetto[More]

How to Synchronize a Yamaha Carburetor

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-01-29Views:130

Yamaha motorcycles with more than one cylinder usually have more than one carburettor for fuel delivery. Ever time these carburettors are removed for cleaning or rejetting they should be synchronised, or synched, when they are installed on the bike.[More]

Yamaha Two-Stroke Carburetor Performance

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-11-19Views:130

Yamaha two-stroke carburettors, typically Mikuni-made units, perform a critical function by mixing the fuel just right for two-stroke engine combustion. However, proper tuning and jetting of the carburettors can make them perform more efficiently. Ad[More]

How to Disassemble and Clean a Yamaha Carburetor

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-01-24Views:130

Carburettors are designed to provide efficient air and fuel ratios, providing combustion for engines. Until the shift to electronic fuel-injection on newer motorcycles, carburettors were on Yamaha motorcycles almost exclusively. As with most mechanic[More]

Tips on How to Tune the Carburetors on a Yamaha V-Star 1100

Tips on How to Tune the Carburetors on a Yamaha V-Star 1100

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-08-14Views:130

While many modern V-twin motorcycles have gone to fuel injection, Yamaha's V-Star 1100 is carburetted. All carburettors need maintenance from time to time. Anytime you modify your engine, you can expect the carburettor may have to be tuned. Otherwise[More]

How do I Clean a Yamaha TTR 125 Carburetor?

How do I Clean a Yamaha TTR 125 Carburetor?

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-08-24Views:130

Dirt and debris are the usual suspects when it comes to clogged carburettor jets on a Yamaha TT-R125. But long periods of inactivity can create cause problems for your dirt bike as well. Fuel has a tendency to degrade over time, changing from its hig[More]

How to Rejet a Yamaha Carburetor

How to Rejet a Yamaha Carburetor

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-11-17Views:130

Tuning the air-to-fuel ratio on a Yamaha motorcycle's carburettor is a process called "rejetting". Rejetting a carburettor involves the replacement of the carburettor's fuel nozzles, or jets, to increase or decrease the amount of fuel introduced into[More]

How to Adjust the Carburetor on a 1986 40HP Yamaha Outboard Motor

Category:HealthRelease time:2014-04-19Views:130

At the beginning of boating season, listen to your motor for the subtle coughs and sudden hesitations that say something isn't well with the carburettor, the hub of the fuel system where fuel and air meet and mix then flow to the motor's combustion c[More]

How to Remove a Carburetor From a Yamaha Blaster

How to Remove a Carburetor From a Yamaha Blaster

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2014-06-03Views:130

A Yamaha Blaster is a ATV (All Terrain Vehicle) that comes with many different sized engines. The carburettor on these models will be in the centre of the top of the engine between the engine and the bottom of the gas tank. A tube connects the gas ta[More]

How to Adjust the Carburetor on a Yamaha Road Star

How to Adjust the Carburetor on a Yamaha Road Star

Category:HealthRelease time:2014-10-19Views:130

The carburettor on your Yamaha Road Star controls the amount of air and fuel that reaches the engine while the throttle is closed. This is what allows the engine to run when sitting still in neutral or with the clutch lever pulled in. If your carbure[More]

My Yamaha Blaster Won't Start: Carburetor

My Yamaha Blaster Won't Start: Carburetor

Category:HealthRelease time:2014-01-12Views:130

Engine starting issues on the Blaster, when narrowed down to the carburettor, will often be caused by improper jetting, debris lodged in one of the many ports or gunk build-up. Improper jetting may be a result of a significant change in altitude, or[More]

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