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Old 12-10-2017, 07:33 PM
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Need some recommendations on a good place to take my 97 Yamaha Vmax 600,I took it to a fellow that apparently is suppose to be real good with Yamaha's only to find out he put in some used parts,then I had to take it back for him to put in the factory parts but it's still terrible.Its squeals while idling and it sometimes is engaging while its idling.The guy knew my young son would be driving it but still setup as though it's a racing sled.The engagements are not like my other 600 you have to rev it like crazy ........it's not good.


Are you not able to do work yourself? Sounds like bad belt/belt tension/ dirty clutches or worn clutch springs/Ramps. Itís not rocket science and lots of YouTube videos to help you out. Invest in a puller.
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Need some recommendations on a good place to take my 97 Yamaha Vmax 600,I took it to a fellow that apparently is suppose to be real good with Yamaha's only to find out he put in some used parts,then I had to take it back for him to put in the factory parts but it's still terrible.Its squeals while idling and it sometimes is engaging while its idling.The guy knew my young son would be driving it but still setup as though it's a racing sled.The engagements are not like my other 600 you have to rev it like crazy ........it's not good.
Sounds like u needs a clutch alignment to stop the squealing and creeping..
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There is a guy on 207 I took my yammy clutch to for a rebuild and also the bushing you are talking about.

Cannot remember his name but he is on the west side between Dugald rd and garven rd.
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There is a guy on 207 I took my yammy clutch to for a rebuild and also the bushing you are talking about.

Cannot remember his name but he is on the west side between Dugald rd and garven rd.
I think that's the same guy I got my primary from years ago. Got his info from Ronds of all places
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Yeah anyone else then him?
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There is a guy on 207 I took my yammy clutch to for a rebuild and also the bushing you are talking about.

Cannot remember his name but he is on the west side between Dugald rd and garven rd.
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He has had the machine twice ,so won't be a third time.
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Have the clutches aligned first....
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