yamaha-ttr-230

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  1. Hey guys, I picked up a kit which contains the seals/bearings, etc for rebuilding the np241 transfer case. Unfortunately, no instructions were given with the kit. Does anyone know of good sites or books which would aid me in completing this project?
  2. Thanks for the prayers guys, the family needs all of our support in such a sad time.
  3. http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20081028/fatal_collision_081028/20081028?hub=TopStories R.I.P Bud.
  4. I appreciate the wealth of knowledge everyone provided, but the seller had another guy come and scoop it up.
  5. Hey guys! I am considering purchasing a 92' Jeep cherokee and am wondering what some of the lemons this vehicle is known for. Here is the listing: http://vancouver.en.craigslist.ca/cto/839898370.html Thanks for the input.
  6. Big Gun makes both a pipe and header, and FMF has a few slip ons, all available through the Thumpertalk store.
  7. What is the altitude that you will be riding at?
  8. I have yet to have any problems on my bike and have been riding it quite frequently since purchased in 2005
  9. A few mods are available for the ttr. Things such as larger pilot and main jets, which part numbers are in the sticky in the ttr section, drilling of the brass cap located on the front underside of the carb, providing access to the mixture screw, removal of the airbox snorkel(which should be done in conjunction with jetting, and exhaust modification), and the fourteen tooth sprocket. If you have any further questions, please feel free to pm me. Happy riding!
  10. Correct me if I am wrong anyone, but the higher altitude means that air is less dense, reqiring less fuel to achieve the optimal air/fuel mixture. So my guess would be that the stock jetting would be sufficent.
  11. I simply do not see the need to drive on the road with these bikes, afterall ther are meant for the dirt, are they not? It's not worth losing my bike doing something stupid, in my opinion.
  12. Yes, a kit is available from Yamaha, its part number is 3rw-w0795-00-00 from the canadian Yamaha offroad accessories/apparel catalogue.
  13. What altitude are you at? Was this the same as where the motorcycle was located where the other owner was riding it?
  14. Thank you for the helpful advice. I will try a high grade oil, and if the problem persists, as per your adivce, a sanding of the fiber disks. Happy Trails!
  15. Sorry for the confusion there KDX. I let the clutch lever go while it was in gear from a standstill.