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Old 02-11-2004, 06:25 PM   #1
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can anyone whos done this mod tell me exactly how they did it....i mean the custom block off job....not the one they bought...i'd buy the block off but i'm 15 and savin every penny i got for a yfz....i'm doin it cuz my oil injector quit and now i'm rebuildin the motor....but i need to have it done this weekend so i can go ridin...thats when my motor gets done
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on the kick-starter side of the engine take the cover offand inside there will be a white gear take that out and put everything back together the way it was now u have to close the hole that the oil line goes in the crab and thats it and then remove the tank and stuff and ur allset
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it'll still work...just leave that lil drive shaft in there right?
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yea leave everything in exept the white gear
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aight...thanx
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yes.

drain oil.

remove clutch cover.

remove white gear an washer and E clip on back of clutch cover.

remove lines from pump.

fill hole in top of clutch cover with silicone or goop.

plug the inlet to the carb. (i left about 1/2" of tubing and filled it with goop and super glue)

remove oil tank and bracket.

re-fill tranny with oil.

drain ALL of the gas in your tank.

premix or die :)
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thanx guys....this helped me out ALOT
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oh dont forget you need a new clutch cover gasket when you put it back together
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no only if you rip it it need a new gasket
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no you should put a new one either way.
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we should see how he made out and if can go riding
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Quote: Originally Posted by blasterboy86
no you should put a new one either way.
I think you mean the oil pump cover. The clutch cover is on the left side of the engine.
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I always reuse gaskets. I usually just put a dab of silcone around it and stick it back on, unless it is ripped.
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No, i mean the clutch cover, you need to remove it to get the white gear off. i would know because i did it. the clutch cover is on the right side of the engine. left is the stator. it is always BEST to use a new gasket. better safe than sorry. wouldnt you feel stupid of you seized up in the middle of a ride because your gasket leaked all of the oil out?
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i've got a new gasket right here that i'm using anyways
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Yea your right. When you said clutch cover it through me off. I thought you were talking about the oil pump cover (I always forget that there is two covers on the right side).
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You won't sieze if the oil leaks out--it's a two stroke, remember?
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The tranny could lock up if all the oil ran out and all the parts got too hot. Maybe that is what he ment.
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