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  1. Motorcycle Repair
    I have a 1978 Yamaha XS750. Since it is nice out I have decided to take it for a ride. It reminded me of the issue I was having. The starter motor, when I press the start button, doesn't quite crank it fast enough to start when it is cold. I end up having to use the start to prime it then kick...
  2. Vintage Forum
    Hi guys! So I posted recently through my top end rebuild and I'm damn near done. I've run into some snags though and could use some help. I called all of my local shops, repair shops, muffler shops, restoration shops, and even some friends but I'm on my own. Shop were all full or not in "Vintage...
  3. Vintage Forum
    Hey guys, my compression was really low so after finding the shims were leaving too little clearance and causing two of my valves to stay open I ordered the tool needed to remove my shims. However, not the tool. The original doesn't look to be found anywhere outside of the UK and these new...
  4. Vintage Forum
    What's up guys!? I'm new here. Hopefully I've got this in the right place. So I got thise bike off of a buddy of mine and knew it would need some work. I wanted something to wrench's been too long! That being said my last bike was an '01 Ninja so once again I'm in a new world with this...
  5. Yamaha
    title says it all, but whats convenient my repair manual doesnt tell how to release it nor does you tube. so how does a guy go about this.
  6. Yamaha
    Im in the middle of replacing the seals in the shocks. whats got me held up is how do you dig the old seals out ? my service manual says just to use a old dull screw driver easyer said then done i dont want to pry too hard so i dont break them. they are cast aluminum after all. so who evers got...
  7. Yamaha
    here soon ill be getting my bike ready for summer. i need to do tires, allot of places whine complain my bike is too old for them to work on. so i found a manual and got a lift. but what i want to ask is what the good to know faq and such about dismounting the rear wheel. yes i know the manual...
  8. Yamaha
    Long story short. The clutch is out on my bike, its a Yamaha XS7502D. I have still yet to open the case and check out the extent of it. What are the must knows about fixing the clutch and does any one have any pictures of the inside of the clutch case
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