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  1. 12 reviews

    The Four Stroke Dirt Bike Engine Building Handbook is the most comprehensive guide to at-home dirt bike engine building available. The process of building four strokes to race engine quality in your own garage is explained in-depth in this thoroughly illustrated handbook. With the highly tuned state of the modern four-stroke dirt bike engine, correctly building a strong and reliable engine is becoming increasingly complicated. Unless you've been brought up in a world surrounded by engineers and engine building professionals, having the correct knowledge at your fingertips is nearly impossible. That's why we created this handbook for you. Brought to you by powertrain engineer, Paul Olesen, this book contains up-to-date professional knowledge and hands-on tips currently used in the industry. Containing 250 full color pictures, 300 pages of step-by-step instruction, and detailed technical knowledge that can be applied to any make and model, this book is a trusted guide for any expert or beginner. If you have a thirst to learn more about how your engine works and a desire to correctly disassemble or assemble an engine to professional standards, you will benefit greatly from this book. If you just want to build your engine back up to stock spec, you are covered. If you want to go the extra mile and prepare a racing engine, you are also covered. In a way this book allows you to choose your own ending by giving you all the tools and knowledge you need to complete your build at whatever level you decide. The book will be sent right to your email inbox and available to download to your home computer or mobile phone so you can start learning instantly. http://www.diymotofix.com
  2. Hey a buddy of mine got scared because of something he read online and long story short he thought he mix ratio was too high so he put more oil into his actual gas tank and now it's smoking like crazy and bogging... I need advice or help for him thanks.
  3. Anyone have one I can download? Or recommend where I can buy one? Thanks
  4. So I'm doing an oil change before heading to the track next weekend. I'd never been in her so I pull everything to check the oil strainers. I re-install the frame oil strainer and as I'm going to run on a road track, I drill the banjo bolt and frame downtube drain bolt for safety wire. Fine so far. Install & torque the banjo bolt, all good. Go to install the downtube bolt, checking the manual 1st for proper torque value, & run into trouble. The manual shows 29 lb-ft torque for this bolt. As I'm tightening it down I'm thinking this is not right. So I grab my lb-in wrench, set down to 180 (or 15lb-ft), and give it a twist. Pop, off comes the head of the bolt ... &%$#@! The only plus side to this is it appears that I can back the rest of the bolt out with a punch/hammer. Ruins my Saturday ... ACE
  5. Hi everyone, just wondering if anyone has found a good downloadable service manual that can be printed off for a 2007 YZ250F? Im finding some of the manuals online do not let me print them. Also is there a good place to buy manuals? Thanks in advance...
  6. We all have those stories.. my recent one was replacing my friend's spokes that were broken for 3 months. He had THREE MONTHS to fix it, didn't do it though. "Well my garage is full, only got space on the porch to work on the bike." So I guess it's easier to work on the bike on my truck's tailgate.. wait it's easier for ME to do the whole job for him. He's a buddy, but he's clueless how to work on bikes. And he used to ride the pro class on quads, he knows how to ride a bike well too. Maybe he's just too overwhelmed by the daunting, difficult task of--whatever. Who knows. Another time there was a guy in the woods, bike broken down. His dirt bike looked like it had never had a single thing done to it. Everything was loose, out of place, not adjusted, etc. Turns out he was stuck because his motor seized, he NEVER ONCE cleaned the air filter. I asked him what his maintenance routine was, and he said "Oh when it breaks, I have the shop fix it."
  7. 1 review

    The Two Stroke Dirt Bike Engine Building Handbook is the most comprehensive guide for dirt bike engine building available, whether you are working at home or as a professional in a shop. The process of building two-strokes to race engine quality is explained in-depth in this thoroughly illustrated handbook. Containing over 300 full color pictures, 280+ pages of step-by-step instruction, and detailed technical knowledge that can be applied to any make and model, The Two Stroke Dirt Bike Engine Building Handbook is a trusted guide for any expert or beginner. CHAPTERS INCLUDE: When To Rebuild - a detailed list of the ways to diagnose whether your two-stroke is due for a full rebuild, to help you understand the warning signs and symptoms your bike may be exhibiting. Tests To Help Determine Engine Health - a comprehensive guide that takes you through how to perform a leak down test, compression test, and crankcase leak down test complete with full color pictures and detailed instructions. Leading Causes Of Premature Engine Failure - a complete chapter dedicated to the factors that can cause an engine to fail prematurely and how to avoid them. What Should Be Replaced - a detailed guide on what components will be replaced when doing a full rebuild on a two-stroke dirt bike engine. What Tools Do I Need - an in-depth overview on all the necessary tools to correctly teardown, inspect, and rebuild a two-stroke dirt bike engine. Precision Measurement Tools And How To Use Them - teaches you how to take accurate and repeatable measurements when building an engine. Covers the top ten precision measurement tools as well as how to read, calibrate, and use them during a build. Workshop Environment - a full guide to creating a healthy and sustainable workshop environment when engine building. Race Engine Build Considerations - a complete outline of the most common race/performance engine modifications detailing how performance parts affect power and reliability. Complete with tips on how to select performance parts based on your personal riding needs and what will yield the biggest gains for your money. Full Teardown - a complete overview on correct teardown procedures for any two-stroke make and model. Includes how to remove the engine from the frame, tips and tricks for keeping track of all hardware and parts, how to properly remove components from the engine as to not damage gasket surfaces, important measurement and inspection points, how to correctly remove the flywheel and piston, and how to properly split the crankcases. Complete Inspection, Replacement, And Assembly Of Sub Assembly Components - a step-by-step thorough investigation of how to identify problematic wear patterns on old parts to help pinpoint causes of engine problems or failures. Also covered is how to correctly build up subassemblies including such components as the crankcases, transmission, crankshaft, cylinder, power valves, kickstart, and clutch. In addition, procedures on how to improve or repair your engine components are covered. Examples include how to true crankshafts, hone cylinders, and repair damaged crankcases. Reassembly - detailed instruction on how to correctly reassemble the engine and install it back into the frame. Race engine building techniques are also covered in detail and include checking port timing, squish, and compression ratio. Engine Break In - covers the how and why behind breaking in a newly built engine and provides step-by-step instructions.
  8. 3 reviews

    This service manual provides specific, detailed instructions for performing everything from basic maintenance and troubleshooting to a complete overhaul of the Honda XR650 motorcycle. Do-it-yourselfers will find this service and repair manual more comprehensive than the factory manual, making it an indispensable part of your tool box. Includes Color Wiring Diagrams. Available both in a printed manual and online manual (subscription) Sample pages can be found @ https://www.clymer.com/pdf/46.Motorcycle_sample_pgs_low.pdf
  9. Hi y'all, Just picked up a '96 XR600R and I'm excited to read some literature. I've done a lot of searching in this forum, and I've seen multiple posts claiming the manuals are posted in the FAQ. I haven't had any luck finding the FAQ section (which is typically pinned, right?). Can anyone point me in the right direction?
  10. So I’m gonna buy a 1975 Yamaha YZ80 as my first bike just to kind of get an introduction into the dirt biking scene. I don’t want anything to powerful to start off with. I would have gotten a 125 but couldn’t find one in my price range. Anyway, I need a service manual for it cause I have no idea what type of oils this thing needs and how much the bolts need to be torqued down. I can’t find one on the internet so if anyone has one that they could possibly photo copy and send me that would be great! I know that Clymer made a manual for it but it costs money and I really don’t want to have to spend money if I don’t have too. If you have the 1968 - 1976 Yamaha 80-175cc Clymer manual could you please send me a photo copy? Thanks in advance!
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