I posted earlier but no one's commented my Yamaha is hard to start after I let it overheat starts fine when it's warm but is almost impossible to start when it's cold any ideas would be great
the needle was on red when it overheated I turned it off immediately seeing the steam Billo out from below and turn the electronic fan on to cool it off dried everything out and refilled liquids it started warm next morning is when the issue started only and I mean only when it is cold it has trouble startingCan you give a brief description of what happened to cause the overheating. Was it just a guage showing an overheating or did it overheat to the point it actually stalled the engine?
Stop & Go is where you're going to have the most fun I love mine and it's a 750 my first bikeI got nothing for you as far as your bike problem goes, but I would like to probe a bit on an aside. Your '85 is a 750 I believe. I recently purchased a basket case '82 XJ650 and am working it back to road worthy. Tires will be here tomorrow. I have rebuilt the carbs, gone through the electrical, rebuilt the break systems, and am ready for rubber. My motorcycling experience includes the following: 90cc honda, 350 cc big horn Kawasaki, 850 Norton Commando, Road Glide HD, Suzuki 650 Boulevard, and BMW R1200GSA. As you can see there are no multi-cylinder Jap bikes on the list. I'm expecting this little 4 cylinder 650 to be a light high rev'ing 'round town burner. Am I going to be disappointed?