I have check the starter and the spark plug and found that gas was inside the engine and i dont know what to do anymore
Question by DanielA22 | last reply
I have a 2004 yamaha ttr-225. If i let it sit for a week or longer, it wont start unless i put gas in the cylinder. I have fresh gas. do you think it is the carbeurator, or fuel lines? jeesh another yamaha of mine that is being diffucult.
Question by Acepilot42 | last reply
I bought this 1100 virago that someone had put some funky handlebars on, I bought stock bars but im having trouble getting the crome endcaps off the grips. any pointers?
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Hi, I have a Yamaha DD-7 tabletop drumset. It has 4 pads & 51 sounds (samples). My goal is to hook up 7 or 8 external piezo triggers to trigger 7 or 8 different samples. I can easily see how to hook up 4 external triggers to the 4 existing pad input connections on the PC board, but how would one be able to trigger more sounds without switching them at the unit ? Thanx.
Question by thfox7 | last reply
Hello fellow instructable users! I have a 2001 Yamaha Warrior (as seen in profile picture). When ever I go out to ride the four wheeler has a hard time starting. I have to use a lot of starter fluid and patients (about five minutes worth). Once I finally get going it seems after about five minutes, about the time it takes for the machine to really warm up, it stalls out and I can get one more start out of it and then it stalls shortly after. Another important point is the fact that the spark plug is unusually dry. After the bike cools down I can get it to start again and ride for about a whopping five minutes and then its dead until it cools down again. The situation is that something is getting hot and changing, causing the bike to stall. The bike has a brand new battery, ignition coil, and the starter is in very good condition. What should I check for next?
Question by 2001warrior | last reply
I was recently given a project bike, a 1973 Yamaha CT3. The engine was partially disassembled and the magneto was taken apart. I'm trying to reassemble it, but I'm not sure what wires to hook up where. The schematic I have is a top level schematic of the entire bike. Any advice would be appreciated. I'm trying to get it looking like the picture, but now it's only in pieces. I've uploaded some pics of what I have reassembled so far. The capacator is still on the bike. I added the coils back to the plate of the stator, but no wires are connected.
Question by Harvard82 | last reply
My mom gave me a Yamaha Natural Sound 5-Disc DVD Player (DV-C6280). In my room I have a Zenith Space Command TV with no Video/Audio output plugs, and I have a JVC Hi-Fi Stereo SQPB (HR-A591U). I have one Video/Audio output cord, two coax (sp?) cords, and the power cords that are in the products. Is there any possible way to hook up the DVD player through the VCR to the TV? If so, how? If not, are there other cords I need to able to? Is at all possible?
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Question by annajnel | last reply
Anyone got any idea how I can make one from scratch? I feel like tidying up my bike and it's almost impossible to find one to buy for my bike (not like I would buy one anyway) If anyone has any ideas then I would be more than grateful to hear them!
Question by w0bb
I need a SSC-TRPXENO Soft-Sided Xeno Trumpet Case (shown in picture), here is the link to its site: http://www.yamaha.com/yamahavgn/CDA/ContentDetail/ModelSeriesDetail.htmlCNTID=5013663&CTID;=551145. Where can I buy one? If you already own one, I would very much appreciate it if you told me what you paid for one and where you purchased it.
Question by 2001warrior
had my first fall today :( ended up scratching the exhaust...whats the best way to clean it up? im riding a yamaha xvs dragstar any additional information such as best way to keep the bike buffed/polished and generally clean and rust free will be much apreciated thanks
Question by dubpunkdub | last reply
How can I make carbon-look accessories for my YAMAHA TDM 900?
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I will be charging a 12v 14.5AH motorcycle battery. The reason is that my charging system died and parts are more than 2 weeks out. I live in a state where a headlight is a requirement any time of the day and it really takes a toll on my usable range. So my short-term solution is to attach a temporary solar panel on it and leave the bike in the sun. I would plug it in and attach it when I was not riding so mounting it is not a problem. The panel needs to fit into a backpack and be fairly light (under 10 lbs).
Question by Junk_Wizard | last reply
I plan on putting LEDs under the keys of both my Yamaha and Casio keyboards, The LEDs must me on strips so they dont interfear with the instruments playability. I have only been able to find LED strips that run on 12V and I dont want to have to add a second power source. How can I either change the resistance values on the LED strips or change the input voltage with out adding a new power supply?
Question by fastcar123 | last reply
I just got a 7:1 Receiver, and can't find any movies in 7:1. I looked up on google, but would prefer some real answers from people who have actually seen it for themselves, as opposed to just looking it up on websites such as blu-raystats.com Thanks, BB
Question by Bartboy | last reply
My dad has got a yamaha xs650 but the fuel tanks got rust in it. What solvents can I put in to remove the rust without removing the tank or messing up the fuel? The pics are of 1)in the tank 2)The motorbike 3)a blurry pic of inside the tank
Topic by thermoelectric | last reply
I have a yamaha xvs dragstar, this is my first bike and it would be very helpfull if someone could tell me the basics for cleaning my bike. the best way to describe my bike is a crome armchair (just to give you an idea of what kinda cleaning i need to be doing) i have a "buffering/polishing towle" i'v read that hosing the bike down to remove excess dirt is a good idea...am i right in thinking so? am i ok using soapy water or should i fork out and get some foam/gunge/spray? any help is much appreciated thanks
Question by dubpunkdub | last reply
I have a xj600 pre div, been stood for few months, I started her up other day and after ten mins ticking over I noticed the wires coming from/to the regulator/rectifier started to burn....What could be the causes??? And what can I do To fix please... Thanks....
Topic by AlanW131 | last reply
My son and I have always wanted an airboat. However, the price of these Yamaha outboards are out of reach for us. I grew up with a 6 1/2 hp Johnson, but I guess those type outboards aren't available anymore. Are there less expensive motors available for this project? Thank you, Judy
Question by Judy Eggart | last reply
The Idea is to emulate the racks from electronic drums like Roland or Yamaha. I just can't seem to make a strong side bar to hold the floor tom. and any suggestions on what to use to hold the toms (like an L bracket) will be appreciated.
Question by doggyd69b | last reply
Not sure if right forum or not but wondering if someone could give me a hand to make something similar to this http://cgi.ebay.ca/YAMAHA-04-05-06-07-08-yzf-R1-POWER-PLATE-phone-charger-/250699849710?pt=Motorcycles_Parts_Accessories&hash;=item3a5ee01fee#ht_5400wt_1141 I know the parts could be bought for a lot less but just wondering what would be the best way to do this. Thanks,
Topic by MacGeek83 | last reply
I got an ignition coil From a motorbike repair shop for free, I cant find a way to use this to Build a Jacobs ladder. I think it works as motorbikes have it for producing sparks that pass through air. Any ideas to help me in this build is appreciated. Should i use DC but i don't see two points for connecting the wires from a battery. the model no of the ignition coil is "Yamaha SAP-1737 "
Question by lojha | last reply
I have had a yamaha electric bass for almost one year. every time i play it for more then ten miniutes it starts to agravate my shoulder. i play the bass for school and i have recently joined a band. it has recently gotten very bad. if i could get some help with this it would be a big help.
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Last night our Panasonic DVD QUIT just as we wanted to play Swiss-Family-Robinson for the grand kids. So we had that Yamaha 6 platter player that first lost its VF display and later the player quit too the only reason its still shelved is its the audio drive for speakers installed around the room.. . What is a bullet proof player with easy to use control and HDMI output in your opinion
Question by iceng | last reply
Have tons of spark,clean carb,fuel runs out the fuel line,when un pluged from the carb. It as a small 6 volt battery,that was checked and is putting out more than 6 volts,checked the switch on the kickstand,even un pluged the switch and tried it with the ends pluged together ,eliminating the switch,no diff... when I pull the plug I can run fuel into the plug hole replacing the plug with tons of spark ,key on,lights on dash lit up and nothing.tried removing the side cover ,put a socket on the crankshaft nut holding the lflywheel on ,with an impact driver ,spun the nut off after a number of attempts with locktite.never once even fired.it has points, if the points are closed,can it have spark at the plug? if it has spark,why wont it even fire?checked all the wires for anything un pluged and have spun all the connectors ,hoping for continuity. has compression ,as much as a 50 can have,when it came home you could rotate the kick starter by hand and it purred,Havent checked the switch on the handelbar that has 3 positions.only when checking for spark ,noticed saturday that when the plug was out and grounded and sparking,when you switched it to the off position and kick it over the first 1 or 2 kicks it would spark then no spark till you switched it to the on position.next move is a big long downhill,or a mandrel to drive the flywheel,via the holes in it with pins sticking out of a disk driven by the impact driver. will investigate the points and confirm there opening. replaced plug with new correctly gaped one
Question by JoeR140 | last reply
Mostly for circuit bent music - I've got toy guitars like the One Man Jam, Tyco Hot Lixx, Tyco Hot Keys, etc. and mini casio and yamaha keyboards with new knobs and switches sticking all over the place. I'm afraid that some of the plastic parts may be broken (plastic whammy bars, knobs, etc.) may be broken if I just chuck them in a cardboard box or gig bag, but I don't have lots of money for a fleet of custom ATA road cases.
Question by Aud1073cH | last reply
I have a 7" Windows 8.1 tablet running a music (MIDI/VST) program to provide sounds via the audio output. Input is via an OTG microUSB cable connected to a USB MIDI 'mini' keyboard (Akai LPK25 - USB powered). The audio is connected to Line In of a Yamaha Tyros keyboard and it works. I intend connecting a VGA monitor to the micro HDMI tablet port (microUSB to VGA adapter and VGA cable) and would like to know if there will be increased draw on the battery. Is there a way to supplement the power to the tablet as the charger uses the same microUSB port?
Question by gibwig | last reply
i have a foot pedal for my yamaha keyboard with a 1/4" jack at the end of a cable; i want to connect it to my laptop to turn pages while i am playing music; as you all know laptops dont have 1/4" audio inputs; could any one please describe a way to connect the pedal to the usb port? i have the software for the laptop to recognise whether the pedal is on or off; usb cables have 4 wires, two for data and two for power; i am assuming that i would have to use the power lines for this since the pedal is simply a switch; any info/help would br highly appreciated thank you
Question by samcheri | last reply
I purchased a surplus 2-axis CNC machine with built by Yamaha. I hoped to rebuild it into a new machine for myself, but it ended up requiring 200 volts AC for the controller and motors, which I don't have access to. I sold off the controller already. I don't know too much about professional CNC macahines, hoping someone has some input. I am hoping to replace the motors with ones in the same form-factor that run on DC or 120v AC(if such thing exists), preferably stepper type. I do not know what form-factor/package/mounting style to look for, or even if any are available with the power requirements I want. Motors are the same for both axis and are part#: TS2620N664E122, attached are some pictures. Thanks,
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I can't wait to take a ride on Yamaha's Tesseract. With Motorcycles, Eco-Friendly and Badass Can MixElectric and alternative-fuel bikes are the future of individual transportation not because of their fuel efficiency but because they are extremely cool. That's right. Creators of eco-friendly motorcycles are pushing the limits of their designs to make them desirable to a biking community that sees little difference between their (relatively) efficient gas engines and the new-fuel wave of alternatives. Riding bikes is all about the cool factor, so the crazier and more technologically advanced they get, the more people will want to ride them, clean fuel or not.Gaze upon the alt-fuel bikes most likely to break the mold of motorcycle design in the near future.
Topic by ewilhelm | last reply
I have some older, but nice yamaha computer speakers. there is an external transformer, and it says the out put is 14v dc, 800 mA. I am wanting to skip the transformer, and us a 12 volt sealed led acid battery battery to power them, placing it after the transformer. I would prefer to use the 12v battery as a 12v 5 ah battery is around 25-35 dollars, and a 14.4v 2ah battery is around 70 dollars. Would this do any damage to the amplifier circuit within ? What effects would this have on the sound quality of the speakers? Would I be able to be switch from 12v dc, skipping the transformer, and plugged into the wall using the tranformer if i wired it to be able to do so, and would that have any long term effects on the speaker?
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These are some good papercraft links.. at least by my standards...Canon 3D PapercraftVarious papercraftYamaha Motor PapercraftPapercraft motorcycles and such. There's also animals Professional Level.papercraft space vehiclesUm.. I don't really know anything about this one..I just found itPaper robotsI like this one. Transformers that really transform. And various other robots..3d Paper ModelsRecommended by jtobakoIceberg PapercraftsRecommended by jtobakoPaperToys.comRecommended by SFHandymanFlying-Pig.co.ukRecommended by SFHandyman. I believe you have to pay for some.(Some Free models can be found hereHalo 3d PapercraftGreat site recommended by Chicken2209. Requires Pepakura. (For more info on Peparuka, and how to use it, click hereNintendo PapercraftRecommended by xupower. The name says it all.Paperkraft.netRecommended by GorillazMikoPapercraft ParadiseBlog Format. Great stuff.If you know of any papercraft sites, plese list them below. Enjoy!
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Topic by alex4king
Hi. I somtimes ride a 1985 yamaha ms50 pogal 50cc moped. It has an 6v electrial system where as modern day scooters are 12v. I bought a knew indicater relay for it and checked all the bulbs as the turn signal indicators are not so easy to see flashing. I mean, on average sunny day other road users would need to look hard to see them flashing. the bulbs are 6v 15w and both old and knew flasher relays gives output of 6v 40w. I would feel much safer when turning if I had a bulb that gives a brighter flash to give other road users a better idea when im turning. I can see on the web there is a 6v 5w and 10w bulb I can try or even 6v leds but I dont know much about leds. the stanadard factory fitted indicater buld 6v 15w gives an ok flash at night, but in sunny daylight I would need to be close up to see it flash which is no good! I don't want to change the originality of this little ped since it has been carefully taken care of over the years and has made it in intact into current times as is. I need to come up with somthing that will work and if I replace a buld with a 5w or 10w when it should be 15w I may get a brigher flash or just blow the bulb. I wonder was there a problem or just bad design with the indicator lights on the yamaha ms50 pogal when they first came out in the 1980's as I have seen a couple of them fitted with suzuki fz50 indicators and other makes of bike turn signal indicaters on them. I don't think the flashers are faulty I feel they where just made that way. I could be wrong. I suppose there could be a bad earth on the flashers. Sorry to go on so much about this. Im looking for your suggestions for a brighter indicator flashers which is purely for safety reasons. If car drivers can see where im turning, im less at risk of being nocked off by them. Im thinking a higher or lower wattage incandescent 6v buld or even a replacment 6v led buld ive seen on ebay but as I said. I know nothing about led bulbs or even if they will work on my moped. Would a equivalent 6v 15w led give a brigher flash than a 6v 15w tradisional incandesant bulb? can someone help me here pls Here's the led ive seen on ebay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2pcs-E10-6V-9V-12V-24V-INDICATOR-LIGHT-BULB-LED-WL-ay-/330859527741?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash;=item4d08c3be3d these are the standard 6v 15w bulbs i want to replace with brighter led bulbs http://directshopping4u.com/6voltvehiclelighting/P244A10
Topic by selectauto
In a few months, I'm going to be in a new place somewhere, and have three active computers at once, not counting laptops, and the husks of old machines. I am also running out of space for all of these things. I was trying to come up with design project to one-up my other home improvement geek friends from college, and it hit me: A TARDIS Console. Take three cheapo desks, cut the surfaces in half diagonally, and remount them on a slight angle in a hexagon. Mount the computer towers on odd segments, keyboards, phone, modem, router, etc on evens, sling a monitor on one of the segments, and throw some random sci-fi crap around it. Throw a big light or something in the center, leave some cables loose everywhere, and put a layer of appropriate paint on it. Instant TARDIS console. That's the basics of it. It wouldn't take too much money, but a bit of time to do properly, especially the angled stuff. Add a little extra cash and a lot of extra time, and maybe use plexiglass and put some LED's as backlight. Put old circuit boards under the plexiglass, maybe use an old laptop with nothing but screensaver on it on one of the panels, and put some extra time into decorating and it'll look great. Maybe even build in an amp and an old Yamaha keyboard for fun. This is just some speculation and a bit of boredom on my part. I just thought I'd throw this out there.
Topic by fluffywarthog | last reply
Being a broke person combined with massive curiousity, i've started taking interest in diy electronics. What i've been wanting to make is actually a drumset with tons of pads and cymbals and is not only a midi, but has its own sound. But, while there are many tutorials about it, there aren't any that match exactly what i wanna make. (I'm not even sure how many midi inputs can be made using an arduino) Sooo, being a newbie who's 100% confident she won't be able to make something as advanced as that without clear instructions (yet), i wanna start off by making a drum pad like yamaha dtx multi 12. I should be able to make something like that since i wouldn't have to worry about something like hihat controller. And i thought it would be awesome if i can attach led triggered lights! But i have zero idea what i have to do :/ which arduino do i use? Where do i wire them to? There's an instructable here about it but his drum is an acoustic drum so he's using the piezo entirely for led. I want my piezo to act both as midi trigger and led trigger. Anybody got an idea? Actually, i want to make 2 LEDs for each pads. The first LED lights up only when hit, the second one will continue to light but change colour when the kick pad is hit. But i'm not sure if this is doable
Question by Stelladevania