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    Senior Member yz250f4ever's Avatar
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    Hey guys I just had a quick question about my 2003 TW200, I adjusted the valves to these specs today and the bike sounded pretty good, just want to double make sure since you guys are the pros with these bikes. heres the link, let me know.........Alex



    http://www.fixya.com/motorcycles/t13...learances_2002
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    I dont have a manual yet so i was trying to find info on the forums but couldnt find the specs.
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    Here is a link to the manuals



    Here is a link to a valve adjustment guide



    Intake .05-.09mm or .002-.004in

    Exhaust .11-.15mm or .004-.006in





    The clearance limits in the link you posted are wrong. I would redo it ASAP.


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    there's a thread on here already that covers this extensively..
    2001 TW200 - supertrapp stubby exhaust

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubstep View Post
    there's a thread on here already that covers this extensively..


    Truthfully, until Yamaha or us do something different with these bikes, this sentence applies to nearly everything. I would say it's almost boring to talk about these bikes, then you ride one and it all comes back.
    Some things shouldn't be left like you found them.

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    I wasnt saying dont talk about this fun bike !



    but yeah I was too lazy to do a search for the link for the guy, just let him know the info was up here.. ( that thread n20diver linked is the one I menat and the one I used too! ...



    The FAQ and how to's here are pretty good IMHO - the lazy man carb cleanign etc are well documented with photo! what more could u ask?
    2001 TW200 - supertrapp stubby exhaust

    1996 CRM 250 - 2 smoker - FMF exhaust

    1998 Honda CB600 Hornet - ( a.k.a Honda 599 ) - micron , ohlins rear - CB600F3 front forks..

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    Thanks very much n2o2 diver, Those links are priceless! I wasnt trying to repeat a thread i really couldnt find a thread on here with those specs. Thanks so much, greatly appreciated!
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    Sorry if I sounded cynical saying that. Meant nothing by it.
    Some things shouldn't be left like you found them.

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    not at all man, everythings good, i am just happy i got the right info now.
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    Senior Member dubstep's Avatar
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    you might make a mental note of the pinned threads at the top of the section - some really good info there



    I would change the gasket on the "rocker" cover if I was you after doing in - I didnt an now mines leaking oil a bit out of the front facing one......
    2001 TW200 - supertrapp stubby exhaust

    1996 CRM 250 - 2 smoker - FMF exhaust

    1998 Honda CB600 Hornet - ( a.k.a Honda 599 ) - micron , ohlins rear - CB600F3 front forks..

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