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1989 Yamaha moto 4 350cc BIG Project!!!!! Help


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Hello, i have many questions but ill start with a few.

1. The yamaha 350 from 89ish- 93ish has this dual actuating throttle cable assembly. I can not find a replacement cable for it. One cable had rusted and broke. Do i need to update to the new carb style that has the single cable? If so this sucks because i just cleaned this one. 

2. Has anyone found replacement struts/coil-overs for these moto 4s?

3. What cause oil residue in the starter gear housing? Is it normal? 

4. Does anyone have a service manual?

I hope to get answers to this stuff. Im the kind of guy that researches and never Have the opportunity to help people. Hopefully this thread will do just that. 

 

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Awesome! Sounds great. Its is a huge project, my friend bought it brand new in 1989. The last 3 years it sat in a field with the old gas left in it. I cleaned the carb out but im stuck on this cable. It has 2 throttle cables, one to the needle/slide, and one to the butterfly. I just need the cable that runs to the slide. Online searches and parts aren't very specific. If i have to, ill purchase an aftermarket carb for $50, but I'm trying to keep cost low. As far as the coil overs, the ones on it are shot, i have an 86 parts moto 4 i was going to use the front shocks and swap them.

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This diagram is off of a warrior, i found what seems to be the part online but im not putting that much in it, especially if i dont even know how it runs. Im going to try to get it to idle today.  Diagram part num 21 is what the assembly looks like. I need the one cable that goes from where it splits to the needle on top of the carb. Thanks

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