Discussion in 'Yamaha' started by beee_24, Oct 31, 2014.
Ur green an yellow arrow is pointing to the same one
came off internet
awk meant to take line off carb on top and leave it attached on bottom,then cap the hole on carb up top if that makes any sense lol
Ok I have changed everything like the pics. An made it even worst. The other way It wasn't hard to crank an I was turning the air screw mistaking it for the idle screw. So I changed all the hoses the way u all said to do an it's harder to crank. Once it gets cranked it's almost like its flooding out it want rev up like it did before the old way an when I try to turn the idle screw on tors before I can turn it goes dead. Every time it goes dead I turn the idle
well you dont have a perfect carb with the top being stripped.
using a small flat head screwdriver turn the airscrew to the right all thse way till it stops,then back it out,to the left 540 degreees=1 1/2 turns.
turn up the idle on top to the right to increase idle
By capping the injection nipple you have changed the amount of air in the mix, it will now run richer.
Set the float level, now adjust the idle as I described in previous post.
You never did let us know what size jet was in it. Have you set the floats on it? You need to get rid of that crap throttle cap and get a coupling on that exhaust.
O yea I agree on that cap no doubt but it's sealed off an sitting straight. Don't have a clue how to set floats an the jet is it n where the floats r at thanks guy for help
Either get a Clymers Repair Manual or find free pdf on this site. Will tell you all about carb. All you do is bend the tang on float a hair (little is a lot)
Would be excellent time to clean the carb and fuel petcock. Don't have to pull cap/side to clean carb, unless slide is sticking or something (emulsion/main jet tube plugged) Remove main and pilot jet, be sure you can see through them. Blow all passages with compressed air
I took the carb apart back b summer an cleaned it from the video on here. So the jets r n the bottom under bowl where the floats r correct
11 is the main jet, 13 is the pilot.
are you really 38years old?
i feel it is a big guessing game here,only way to learn is to try/read look at pics n videos ect.
there is always a shop in town to fix it
not trying to be hard on you but get after it..you will be glad you did and learn alot,a blaster is super easy to work on compared to others
Dude u can kiss my butt !!! I have been reading an searching some of the stuff I have no clue an if u don't like me asking questions then don't reply. An u can send me the money to take it to a shop. My wife lost baby an I went bought her a new SUV then she didn't want to be married. I'm divorced no money ruined my credit an got sh*tty job an tryin to make it. I'm tryin to get this blaster running to see exactly what I got before I put money n that's hard to come by
dont flip out dude
we are here to help. yes at times the is ridiculing but thats life.
Repair/diagnostics have to be approached logically, like computer code, yes or no.
Is carb clean? Y/N I had a Warrior carb gum up in only couple months sitting over winter. I suggest cleaning again, just to be sure. Have to pay attention on EXACTLY where to measure float height, made that mistake on son's Banshee.
If you want to start a contest as to has/had the $hitte$t life, be careful, you probably won't win, but that's life.
Worst thing is that it's often the smallest detail that gets overlooked that is the answer.
No, wait, the very worst thing is giving up or getting Pizzed off.
sorry i knew my reply would not go over very well. i apoligize
i forget everything that was mention in this thread,but is there anyway you can make a video of it running/and post it...
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