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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-18-2009, 05:06 PM Thread Starter
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Clutch??

i had a loss of power and thought maybe its time for a new belt. but while taking the belt off i noticed the caked on black greese so i took the clutch all the way apart and it was so full the weights inside couldnt travel all the way out and one of them was laying on its side and there is 3 broken guides to top it off.

anyone ever have this problem, if so what does a new outer clutch thingy cost.
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where is all the thick dirty grease come from, is it dust and dirt, or does the factory pack that much grease in it from the begining
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sound as if someone fucked up installing it no there should not be that much grease

THERE IS ALWAYS SOMEONE FASTER

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post #5 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-19-2009, 12:40 PM Thread Starter
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when i go to install the new one is it just a light coat of grease or heavy. you think you wouldnt want alot in there so the weights can roll back and forth right, and i also read in here something about the size of weightswhat is the benefit of using a different weight, more torch or is it top end speed i wasnt to clear on that.

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just a light coat of greas and yes there are a lot of ways to set up the whights it seems evry one has the beast way around hear but it all depends what is done to your motor and where you ride azcourt told me how to do mine for the sand every one gave him shit now they are running the same ...LOL... sand whights should be half 13g and half14g dirt should go ???? I dont do dirt so would have no idea and would not want to steer you rong

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i have no motor work done, just cdi...and i go in all types of terrain, rock, sand, hard pack, this year even snow. so i dont know what i am looking for, just learning i guess
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add some grease to the roller area, and some for the sliders.

yes yamaha packs it in there, no need.

for a mostly stock motor and climbing and trails, 14g rollers and a EPI blue secondary spring seems to work well for most.


When putting the primary back to gether make sure you keep the slider tight against the sheave so the rollers do not fall out of place. Also make sure the washer is up over the splines when tightening the nut, if not it will come loose and be costly for a new shaft ass'y.


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the secondary spring is behind the pulley to the front of the car, right. what makes the guide tabs inside break off like that, i had four of them broken and one weight on its side. this is the first time i have gotten into this part.

this sucks cause i thought all i had was a belt problem
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the secondary spring is behind the pulley to the front of the car, right. what makes the guide tabs inside break off like that, i had four of them broken and one weight on its side. this is the first time i have gotten into this part.

this sucks cause i thought all i had was a belt problem
I think there is only 4 slider guides, since the slider guides were broke the inner piece might have moved too quick for the rollers to stay put.

HRT motorsports has good prices on Yami parts. PM S2k1 for parts if needed.

yes the secondary is the pulley for the Blue spring.



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