information crankshaft DRZ Y

Bonjour, je suis de la Suisse et je parle pas du tout anglais , pour la traduction j'utilise Goggle, donc je m'excuse si la traduction est mauvaise. J ai trouvé votre site grâce à 400drz en France .

je viens de casser tout mon bas moteur de la drz à kick , et je ne trouve pas de vilebrequin juste , tous ceux que je trouve ont l'arbre du coté allumage trop long .

quelqu'un pourrait il m'indiquer le n suzuki que je puisse le commander chez Thumpertalk,ou ailleurs.

Merci pour votre aide salutations Yves

Hello, I'm from Switzerland and I speak no English, I use Goggle for translation, so I apologize if the translation is bad. I found your site through 400drz France.

I just broke down all my drz engine of 400 to kick, and I do not just crank all those I have found the tree lighting on the side too long.

could someone tell me the suzuki No I can order it from Thumpertalk, or elsewhere.

Thank you for your help Greetings Yves


Edited by sugus40

Post in your language and someone may be able to translate for you.

The google translation is not good.

Sorry, the translation is gibberish. Makes no sense. Can you find an English speaker to translate your question in to English?

Is your language German? Post in German and maybe we can translate on this end.

looks like French

I think he's looking for the part no. for a kicker crankshaft

beinvenue a tt.

Je pense que tu besoin un assemblage crankshaft, mais je ne comprendre pas le term "arbre de cote" ou "allumage trop longue"????

j'ai cherche pour l'assemblage pour un drz, mais ce n'est pas listee dans les livre de "tt store"-je sais que c'est disponible parce qu'il y a plusiers ici qui l'en a. Tu peut telephoner les magasin tt, mais il's probablement ne peut pas parler francais, alors tu besoinera quel qu'un qui parles anglais. Peut etre quel'qu'un d'autre qui parles le francais mieux vas venir pour t'aider (il y a plusiers membres de quebec et des Netherlands ici).

Bon chance

as I understand it, and though I listen to people speaking french all day every day, there are some parts that confused me, the bottom end of his drz has grenaded and he's not sure what the cause was (the part about trees I think is refering to the flyweights/counter weights and the bluing from heating them on assembly making them look like they were the cause of the failure).

He's looking for a crankshaft assembly for a kicker. I went to the tt store to help him out, but the hodrods (spelled hotrodes in the listing????) doesn't list any for the drz-what's with that?? Where can he get them? Anywhere in Europe?

if he has a kickstart only drz you can only get the crank from suzuki.

yes the flywheel side is longer on the electric start bikes.

i am switzerland French

I n search of the crankshaft for a Suzuki DRZ 400 Y 2000 with kick starter ....



its complet with rod connecting??

Its French here is a translation of the key part:

"je viens de casser tout mon bas moteur de la drz à kick , et je ne trouve pas de vilebrequin juste , tous ceux que je trouve ont l'arbre du coté allumage trop long"

What he is saying is “I just took my DRZ “kick” engine apart and I do not find the crankshaft right. All that I have found is that the is the ignition shaft’s side is too long…."

Thank you for your help

Edited by sugus40

he's looking for the part # on a kicker crank.anyone?

fiche shows 2 different #'s!!

le vilo n'est dispo que chez un concessionaire suzuki et il viendra complet avec bielle.

pas sur si les roulements exterieurs sont inclus par contre.

When you open the parts page you will see:



The part in RED is the DRZ E crank.

The part in green is the DRZ Y (kicker) crank.

DRZ400 (the kicker) crankshaft assembly

is part number 12200-29F21

That is an assembled crank complete with rod.

No someone tell that to the above dude in French :cheers:

Edited by E.Marquez

grace aux autres ici c'est l'info: tu besoins le vilebrequin # 12200-29f21 de suzuki-c'est seulement disponible de suzuki.

J'ai chercher les mots que m'a confuser hier:) vilebrequin est crankshaft, et arbre d'allumage n'est pas un arbre de noel, mais le but de vilebrequin de cote d'ignition :cheers:--je suis anglais,mais je travaille dans un ville francais. J'esper que j'ai peu t'aider

No someone tell that to the above dude in French :ride:

:p Good one Eric! Don't know why but it made me laugh.:cheers:

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