This kit is not just a bulb, but an entirely new LED specific headlight! A specially designed adjustable steel mounting bracket replaces the stock unit.
Included is a wiring harness and all the required hardware to make this installation quick and easy and entirely plug and play.
No cutting, no drilling, no wiring modifications are necessary. The headlight features separate low and high beam projectors in a custom headlight shell designed specifically for this LED bulb. New wider seat to help keep comfortable on that long commute or dual sport ride. The added width and foam density will help keep the seat from being an item to stop you from going on that ride or enjoying the bike.
Replace your worn out clutch with a high quality Clutch Kit. This kit includes new friction discs for your clutch pack. Please note: includes friction discs only, springs not included. Here's another item you might want to replace when you are changing out your front sprocket.
Because of it's big back tire, the chain is further away from the center of the engine than most bikes. The engineers at Yamaha decided they had better support the end of the countershaft since it is cantilevered out there so far.
They also figured they had better feed some oil out there as well. These Countershaft Seals keep that oil where it belongs, lubricating the countershaft outer support. Kit includes all seals in the TW engine including crank shaft seals except valve stem seals. These are high-quality seals made in the USA.
Rebuilding your engine? Here is a complete gasket kit for your TW Leaking Base Gasket? Replacing your worn Rings?Log in or Join. Adventure Rider.
Dismiss Notice. Become a site supporter for a free shirt and ad free viewing. RARSep 10, Hi All I have a XT After a recent trip I'm wanting change the standard 9. Currently I'm running 2 x 7. The roto packs were good but the tail end swayed alot and I would like to eleviate this before my next trip. Has anyone done a modification like this what tank and size was used and was it successful. Unfortunately I can not up grade to any other bikes as I am too short.
The bike is an EFI model. Thanks Allison. Joined: Nov 8, Oddometer: 7, Location: bald knob. ADV Sponsors.
Andrew2Sep 10, I had the same issue with my wife's xt. There are no aftetmarket tanks for it and due to way the frame is designed there are no other tanks that fit. The closest i could find was an aftermarket klx tank but never got around to seeing how close it was. ChuffaSep 10, Does the Clarke tank for the XT fit? Has the XT changed that much since the '07? This what the current XT fuel tanks looks like now, I don't think it's changed too much over the years.
The Yamaha TW200 Thread...
SnickterP likes this. BeetSep 11, I fitted an XT large fuel tank to my DR You want know till you try. Andrew2Sep 11, All these bikes have a single backbone frame whereas the xt has a twin spar type frame like a klx. Might work. If they make a larger tank it may be worth getting some measurements or trying to borrow one.
I'd imagine it would take some manufactoring to get it to fit. I ended up using 1L fuel cans in some tank bags.
Well it is fuel injected much like your XT, Safari do a 15L and I just so happen to have a tank sitting in the shed currently.Discussion in ' Thumpers ' started by neepukJan 10, Log in or Join.
Adventure Rider. Dismiss Notice. Become a site supporter for a free shirt and ad free viewing. The Yamaha TW Thread OK folks, I think that Yamaha's little TW has gotten enough press lately in a number of different threads to justify an official thread of it's own Lets use this thread to show and tell about our T-Dubs, and provide others with the info and opinions of their fellow ADVers. I've got 2 TW's. This is what they looked like when I first got them.
Bought this ugly purple one first Bought is with 11, miles on it. It's a model. Then I bought this little Smurf Edition for my wife It's only got miles on it. The newer model have dics brakes up front but they only have electric start. Both of mine have electric and kick start options. I've never wished that my brakes work any better than they do now. Drums on these little beaters seem to work just fine. Just about everybody that rides a TW wants a larger fuel tank but nobody makes a large aftermarket tank for this bike.
Some people have modified Clarke XT tanks to fit but I didn't want to go through the hassle of refitting the seat and side covers too. So I had a friend "Dead Bird" help me build a rack to carry an extra gas can or cans. Here's what we came up with. I hate purple! Still need to get rid of those ugly purple fork boots. Today "Dead Bird" and I installed one of his new products on my bike The headlight conversion fits up as a bolt-on and should fit a large number of Yamaha enduros.
It's thin and light weight since the back is cased in plastic. Dead Bird manufactured the steel protector ring and mount kit. This light is probably twice as bright as the stocker and looks way Baja. To start Remove the plastic shroud and headlight Total of five bolts and it's stripped to this.
Plug black to black and Red to Yellow. Bolt on the new light in the OEM holes.Write review. We promise to never spam you, and just use your email address to identify you as a valid customer.
Long Range Fuel Tank for Yamaha XT250
Showing reviews of 12 Next. Posted by Martin Dorrance on May 1st Tank color does match nicely. Tank was not delivered in a timely manner. There was no communication and the web site was useless on progress. I did call and got voice mail which was returned quickly and told it would be days. Bottom right of the tank has a poor repair. Fitment to the side panels does not fit and not able to adjust the tank enough to make it work. Had to mechanically attach side panels to the tank.
Very pleased with this tank and easy installation, was relieved fitment was correct. Posted by Brandon Murphy on Sep 4th The side panels don't really line up to the holder holes, and they won't stay in them. I tried adjusting the height as is described in the installation instructions but the tank was too far forward and there wasn't a way to adjust it that way. In addition to this there was a LOT of debris in the tank and I even had to sand some of it away on the filler opening.
The cap has also already came apart, the gasket on it fell off and stays in the tank every time I take it off. Tank was clean and tight with needed bolt and spacers. Easy to follow installation instructions made the job simple.
The product was exactly what I wanted, the service was the best. I would recommend this product to anyone wanting to increase their range and lighten their bike a bit. Right side pin doesn't fit, tank repaired sloppily. Doesn't leak, pet cock went on smooth so it'll do.
First off, didn't receive my tank until about a month later after placing my order. Left front edge had an approx. The right mounting tab for the OEM TW side panel had a pin hole leak and the pet cock would not seal using any of the gaskets.Great tank, great look!
TW200: Gas Tanks
There is no cheapness in making. Tape is also powerful and has arrived Firmly. Ideal for Dress-up. This Recommendation. My only complaint is that I wish it was able to be mounted a little bit lower in the frame, more on the same level as the seat. Other than that I am extremely satisfied with this tank. It is the structure which it is thick and became brave rather than he could get hooked on the pure tank cap exactly and having considered the goods themselves. It is satisfactory, if it is this result although it thought that it was somewhat expensive.
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Get on your grid by register your motorcycle! About our "Mybike" service.Discussion in ' Thumpers ' started by MotorcycleWriterMay 29, Log in or Join.
Adventure Rider. Dismiss Notice. Become a site supporter for a free shirt and ad free viewing. MotorcycleWriterMay 29, Recently moved from a place that sucks for riding to a place that is great for riding.
My wife has some interest in joining me on back roads, fire roads, easy trail riding, etc. She does not have a desire to do the long haul adventure rides that I like. At least, not yet. We're both 53 years old. I've been riding for fifteen years and rode as a kid. She rode as a kid. She's fairly athletic and in decent shape but does not have a lot of strength, though has excellent balance and eye-hand coordination.
I don't want to put her on anything powerful or tall. She's 5'2" and wants to be able to flat foot the bike. I understand this. I'm not around a lot of these bikes. The folks I ride with are on big dirt bikes, dual sports, and full ADV bikes. I've been on a DR and I think it is a little tall for her getting started. I was riding across campus today and saw a TW parked next to a VanVan At that moment, I knew that one of those bikes is for her.
Any opinions on which would be better for a beginner? I know that the TW is perhaps more dirtbikish and the VanVan is fuel injected and might have a little lower seat height. Beyond that, they look the same to me. NJ-BrettMay 29, I am on my 2nd TW The TW is much better in the dirt, its got better tires they are NOT the samemore suspension, less weight, more fuel, and loads of aftermarket.
I put a seat concepts seat on, a pro cycle fork upgrade kit and carb jet kit, a better front tire and a clarke gas tank that holds another gallon, an O ring chain, and a rear sprocket with 2 teeth less.Includes a new cap and uses the stock petcock. Capacity is 2. Become more visible and look cool while doing it. Kit includes a handle bar mounted lighted switch, two 12" LED light strips with adhesive backing, four saddle splice connectors, and a center harness for connecting to your bikes harness.
If you're like us, you hate the long floppy vent hose hanging off the cap of your aftermarket tank. This one-way vent cap replaces the long hose with a short one only about 2" long.
It allows air into your tank but prevents fuel from sloshing out. Machined from billet alloy and anodized for good looks. Does your stock vacuum operated petcock not shut off when your bike is parked? Replace your stock vacuum operated petcock with this manual one. Must be shut off any time the bike is parked for more than a few hours.
Fits stock or aftermarket tanks. Plastic tanks may need the hole 'ovalized' to fit the dual standpipes. The small size and right angle hose barbs make this filter easier to fit into the small space between your fuel petcock and carburetor.
Fuel supplies can be sketchy at times. This filter lives in your tank to trap dirt and debris as it is poured into the tank. Features a custom shaped adapter that fits securely under the gas cap, creating a leak-proof seal. If it stays out of your fuel, it can't get into the carburetor!
These will be sure your fuel line stays connected. This solve the problem of mismatched sizes. Solid brass construction. Can be used to route or repair fuel lines, oil lines or air lines.
Barbed ends provide a secure fit. Sizes shown are ID. All of these lines are stronger and more durable than vinyl fuel lines and are resistant to swelling, UV light, as well as hardening and cracking.