See if there's oil in the two stroke oil tank not the gearbox and then pull the oil line off of the carb. Make sure the premixer is working before you rely on it. . Or print entire manuals and place in a 3-ring binders for reference. Just print out the section you need and throw it away when you are done! These manuals covers all the topics like: Engine, General Information, Tranmission, Chasis, Lightning , Steering, Seats System, Clutch, Suspension, Locks, Brakes, Lubrication, Electrical, Frame Fuel System, Battery and other topics. I was hoping that someone here had a manual and could take a minute to look it up for me.
Are you sure on this? Covers complete tear down and rebuild, pictures and part diagrams, torque specs, maintenance, troubleshooting, etc. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated!! If you are on dial-up please message me first and i will see if the file is small enough to download via dial up connection Tags: pdf. Those automatically update based on how many posts you have. Just print out the section you need and throw it away when you are done! Also what type of oil goes into the gearbox on the side of the engine and how do i drain it. Whoa, maybe that's part of the problem, pre-mixed my fuel that I ran thru yesterday! Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Don't seem to have any power, you have to push it to get it goin, is there a clutch adjustment? My question has to do with the centrifugal clutch, as there is no gear shift, you just push the gas and it goes! Plastic not busted, just bad paint job, seat in decent shape, its shaft drive.
I just recently bought a tri zinger 60. Sorry for lengthy post, pics will come later!! Pick the rear up and see if the wheels spin freely. If the pipe is really bad, the exhaust port may be full of carbon as well. It is an '85 model according to the frame tag. I also cleaned the carb, but when its running it idles very high and the throttle screw doesn't seem to be doing anything.
The cylinder is going to be bored. Technical assistance such was wiring diagrams, old brochures and specifications, performance modifications, and much more. Like Thorpe said, check the pipe and the baffles. Any info from anyone on this trike? Alternatively, you may also now if you already have an account. You name it and its in here. This is the same type of service manual your local dealer will use when doing a repair.
Turn the engine over and see if two stroke oil pumps through the line. These manuals covers all the topics like: Engine, General Information, Tranmission, Chasis, Lightning , Steering, Seats System, Clutch, Suspension, Locks, Brakes, Lubrication, Electrical, Frame Fuel System, Battery and other topics. Feedback thread: Trike Fest 2011, 2012 Vet! Follow the line down and it should connect to the oil injector. Then consider so that you may make posts, and view the additional content available. Also no airbox, will have to fab one up! Instant download of a Complete Workshop Service Repair Manual for the 1984-1985 Yamaha Tri-Zinger 60. I replaced the coil, gas lines, and gas. There is place on right side of crank case to add oil, also thanks for link to airbox, will purchase asap--Junior can't wait to ride, says he wants to snorkel it???? This is what the motorcycle dealerships use to fix your bike.
This is a two-stroke, what should my gas mixture be? Why get grease all over your expensive paper manual while you are working. Carbon builds up real bad on some 2 strokes and that will definately hamper the output of the motor. Why get grease all over your expensive paper manual while you are working. Hey, how did I become the arm chair racer anyway, not my doing??!! If that is not the problem, it could be the lack of aribox. Have you checked to see if the rear break is locked? All documentation, bought from original owner. I done a search on the internet and found pics that look like mine.
Hi guys, found what I'm guessing is a tri-z 60cc three wheeler. There is a plastic oil tank under the seat for 2 stroke pre-mix oil. There is a screen in there that gets plugged up with carbon. Founding member of the Haspin 6ft Bats Club!! Registration is free and will only take a few moments of your time. It contains everything you will need to repair, maintain, rebuild, refurbish or restore your motorcycle. All pages are printable, so run off what you need and take it with you into the garage or workshop.
If you are on dial-up please message me first and i will see if the file is small enough to download via dial up connection Tags: pdf Comments. Imagine snorkel on 2 stroke! This is what the motorcycle dealerships use to fix your bike. It will save you a lot and know more about your motorcycle in the long run. There is a airbox on Ebay right now for cheap. . .
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