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Been along time since I have touched this engine and thought it time to do some more but I'm stuck, I have circled 3 bits I'm stuck on can one of you on here advise me on what bolts in these hole or hopefully nothing does because I have nothing that on my engine shelf that would look to fit 🤔🤔🤔



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You guessed right Martin! From the best photo I could find 1 and 2 are blanks (why bother Mr Yamaha??) and 3 is for the kickstart stopper if you have one fitted wink

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Thanks Brian that's the answer I was looking for, now I can get my manual out and put a it more back together 😀



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This might help Martin wink  http://www.ttr250.com/Engine_rebuild/TTR250_bottom_end_engine_strip_and_rebuild.htm 



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Cheer Brian, Here's my home clutch holding tool worked spot onIMG_20181028_150204.jpgIMG_20181028_150247.jpg



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Side cover back on 😁 that's enough for this weekend 😉



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looking good , like the updates wont be long and it will be running again 



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Thanks les, hopefully have it done by next summer 🙏

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Sounds like a good plan i had forgotten it's the cool part of the year over your way 

Take it easy  get it back together 100% and enjoy



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Not a very good video but she runs 👌👌👌

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Nice one Martin.

At least she's running and sounded sweet, but it was quite short. wink

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Sounds good 

It's alive 

Well done  



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Just took it around the block seems to be OK received_443216539544069.jpeg

Nearly ready for mot

Need to sort speedo out just needs a magnet washer thing I'm hoping also my indicators are flashing fast, would you guys think it's the regulator or because I have fitted aftermarket indicators??? 



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Well done Martin - excellent work!

After-market indicators tend to have smaller wattage bulbs fitted. What are in yours 10W?

If so, you need a flasher unit to match - or put in higher wattage bulbs - or put resistors into the circuit wink

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Hi Brian it doesn't say what wattage they are just says 12leds bulbs and says low power consumption.
Think I'll give the resistors ago see if that sorts it👍👍👍

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Just to say thx what a interesting thread

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Just removed my sprag, it looks to be OK but obviously isn't as it was making a spin back noise when turning engine off and have stripped the starter pinion and also knackard the 19/72 starter gear

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New sprag fitted to fly wheel IMG_20181229_132552.jpg

 

 

Do you guys think this part is safe to reuse looks OK to me

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Just fitted new second hand starter pinion off a YAMAHA MAJESTY 250 1998 straight replacement £30 including postage

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Nearly finished just need the 19/72 starter gear then ready for testing

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It's getting close 

Looking good 



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Thanks les, it will be nice to get it moted as I've  seen loads of bikes out green laning and would love to have a go myself. Won't be long now 😉



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Running like a dream just slightly low tick over, can it easily be turned up abit? 



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Looks nice

Easy to adjust the idler screw, just turn it a bit to increase tick over.

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It's the one below the choke.



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Ideal thanks Steve

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wow steve looks good has that been ultrasonic cleaned & metal parts re done john

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That's good to know about the starter pinion Martin! The bike looks great!

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Thanks Daniel 👍

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Spot on Martin - and thanks for the photos and updates as you went along smile



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Thanks Brian and thanks for your help along the way 👍

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