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Old 03-22-2010, 01:48 PM   #1621
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Please double-check, but I think it is 20 x 30 x 7.
The Yamaha part# is 93102-20108-00, if that helps?

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Yes it is 20 x 30 x 7.
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Old 03-22-2010, 03:16 PM   #1622
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D.T: Please keep us updated on that project.
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Old 03-23-2010, 03:15 AM   #1623
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PIO,You seem to have checked the main components and nothings worn in such a way as to cause a rattle,all I can think of now is the clutch release mechanism.Are you certain the rattle is from the clutch & not the chain on the c/s sprocket?
Have a look through the Yamaha forum over on the HUBB there's plenty of knowledge on there.
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Old 03-23-2010, 04:51 AM   #1624
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D.T: Please keep us updated on that project.
Update: I have 2 options to get used TT pickups. It will cost another $50-$75 bucks for a used TT pickup. I started to modify the XT's pickup, but it's too risky and I can't really see the gap between the pickup and the flywheel trigger.

Looks like it will be a week before I can fire it up. I have a die ordered and a new gasket coming too.
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Old 03-25-2010, 02:46 PM   #1625
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Chain Slider - gone!

Just noticed the chaine slider on the front of my swingarm is gone! So that is what I've been hearing lately...

Any options other than finding an original?
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Old 03-27-2010, 10:30 AM   #1626
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Chrome cylinder?

I read somewhere that the XT600 1984-1989 had a chrome cylinder bore instead of an iron liner like the XT models before (500/550) and after (600E). But I've also read of this model being bored for an oversize piston. Right or wrong?

If so, is an iron liner available for machine shop installation?

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Old 03-27-2010, 10:49 AM   #1627
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Does anybody knows dimension of Kickstart Oil Seal for Yamaha XT600 2kf?
I was getting ready to order all new seals for the TT600 in my XT550 frame.
It keeps making its territory anytime it sets over night or longer.
I just got the parts together to order on cheapcycleparts.

Heres the list I'm ordering.
Quantity List Price Your Price Total Price
93210-13361-00 Yamahao-ring X Delete
$1.87
You Save
$0.58
$1.29 $2.58
3SW-15451-00-00 Yamahagasket, crankcase X Delete
$17.17
You Save
$5.24
$11.93 $23.86
4DW-15462-00-00 Yamahagasket, crankcase cover 3 X Delete
$22.70
You Save
$6.89
$15.81 $15.81
93102-12321-00 Yamahaoil seal (sd 12-22-5 hs) X Delete
$5.70
You Save
$1.37
$4.33 $4.33
93102-20108-00 Yamahaoil seal X Delete
$5.36
You Save
$1.29
$4.07 $8.14
93102-25226-00 Yamahaoil seal X Delete
$7.89
You Save
$1.89
$6.00 $6.00
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Old 03-27-2010, 10:50 AM   #1628
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I read somewhere that the XT600 1984-1989 had a chrome cylinder bore instead of an iron liner like the XT models before (500/550) and after (600E). But I've also read of this model being bored for an oversize piston. Right or wrong?

If so, is an iron liner available for machine shop installation?

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The TT600 is a chrome cylinder.
Not sure about the XT.
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Old 03-27-2010, 11:19 AM   #1629
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Chrome cylinder?

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The TT600 is a chrome cylinder.
Not sure about the XT.
Ah. I now see in the parts fiche that they list oversize pistons for the XT but not the TT, and they list a liner for the TT but not the XT.

I guess they were trying to lighten the TT as much as possible?

Thanks for the answer!

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Old 03-27-2010, 10:28 PM   #1630
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Yeah, it is flex of the body of the caliper, or the C part. I run fairly standard HEL stainless braided brake lines with the 1/2" master cylinder. I only see flex when i squeeze really hard, which unfortunately is required for stoppies with my current disc setup. I think i'll go the oversized disc kit before messing with calipers

[...]

now you've got me all excited about oversized discs and I'll have to save up some money to get one! (un)fortunately i've got several months, since i'm still on the mend from a fuckwit running into me.

Cheers,
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Phil, I haven't given up on this yet. I still would like to find a caliper with greater total piston area. Any four piston caliper should apply greater clamping force on the rotor,. Problem is, I don't know that there is enough space between the spokes and the rotor for two extra pots. But then it works on the XT660X doesn't it. The 2004 660 comes with a 320mm rotor and a four piston Brembo caliper.



So who knows. I think I'll check the garage to see exactly what that spoke-to-rotor clearance looks like. I'll let you know what I find.

Hope your recovery is going well.
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Old 03-28-2010, 08:25 AM   #1631
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Update: The die cleaned up the threads on the crank very well! Got the "new to me" TT pickup and new OEM gasket. Spliced in the new pickup, installed it and it fired right up!

It may get warm enough to take it out for a ride this afternoon so I can feel if it revs a bit quicker. I may have to get a TT600 CDI also, since the timing is a bit different between the two.

FYI: I have a spare TT600 stator if anyone needs one.

EDIT: I went for a ride yesterday and I really didn't notice a seat of the pants difference in performance.

EDIT: Got a good ride in last night and the vibration has increased a bit, which I don't care for.
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Old 03-30-2010, 11:11 PM   #1632
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Clutch Rattle Continued

Thanks all for the advice about my clutch issue. I installed new plates, and my clutch feels much stronger now, but the rattling remains.

http://www.boats.net/images/diagrams...GES/CLUTCH.png

I noticed when I was adjusting the push rod adjustment locknut that the hex-shaped hole in the pressure plate (11 in the above diagram) where the push plate hex cap (14) fits in to it is very worn out. The fit is extremely loose and the hex cap of 14 is totally free to rattle around.. a little more wear, and it'll be able to do a full revolution!

To me this seemed like a likely cause of my rattle, like when I'm letting go of the clutch lever, when the pressure plate begins to close on the clutch plates, the push rod is rattling around.. then once its engaged it stops because the push rod isn't making enough contact to convince "14" to rattle around.

Does this sound like a good theory? A new pressure plate and push rod (11 & 14) are only like 25 bucks from Yamaha... but I'd hate to bother putting them in without some expert corroboration that it's likely to fix the rattle!

Thanks!
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Old 03-31-2010, 08:06 PM   #1633
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With no 600 manual,
Someone with one enlighten me please.
Do I have to pull the engine cases to replace the seals?
I've got to replace the Kicker, CounterShaft, and for good measure the Shifter seal is getting replaced too.

I got to cure an oil leak, my TT600 mill keeps pmarking its parking place in the shop. About a quart a week just sitting there.
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Old 04-01-2010, 08:41 PM   #1634
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With no 600 manual,[...]
Do I have to pull the engine cases to replace the seals?
I've got to replace the Kicker, CounterShaft, and for good measure the Shifter seal is getting replaced too.
A quart a week is a lot of blood loss!

kicker is a definite no, the other two I haven't dealt with. I heard though that the shift seal is driven inward; if that's true, and if you can find a way to hook and pull the seal back out evenly around the shaft, you should be scott free. I can provide an 18MB XT600e service manual if you are interested. It's not the same motor as the TT600, granted, but it's darn close.
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Old 04-03-2010, 06:06 AM   #1635
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