K&N part # KN-144 Seems to be a little better flow, and does catch a little more 'crud' Yamaha part # 1L9-13440-91-00
ELEMENT ASS'Y, OIL CLEANER Note that as far as I've been able to tell, all xs400's used the same filter.
type spark plug: DR8ES-L Electrode gap: 0.6-0.7mm (0.024-0.028in) Tightening torque: 20Nm (2.0m-kg, 14.5ft-lb)
It has a twin, four-stroke engine type and its displacement is 392.00 ccm. Its compression ratio is 9.2:1 and has Êan expanding brake. Fuel capacity is 17 liters.
the oil filter is under a plate thats held in with some allen screws on the right hand side of the bike next to the back brake lever foot pedal.
i would like a wiring dagram to a 1981 Yamaha xj550h where can i get a free diagram
Answer:Given the make and year, I would go with a 10W40 viscosity. I own a Chilton's Motorcycle Repair Manual (1959-1981) and in the Yamaha XS360-400 section is states "When the average air temperature is above 5 degrees Celsius (41 degrees Fahrenheit), use Yamalube 4-stroke oil, or SAE 20W-40, service rating SE or SF. When air temperature is consistently below 15 degrees Celsius (59 degrees Fahrenheit), use SAE 10W-30, service rating SE or SF."
The seat height of a 1981 Yamaha Maxim 550 is 29.3 inches. That height not really adjustable, but frame modifications would probably lower it.
Ain't no filter, dawg.
that is a 1981 yz60h.
25 to 1
As much as it wants.
1 down , 4 up
1978 to 1981 DT-175 with CDI (no ignition points) spark plug gap .6-.8mm or .024-.032 inch, spark plug# B9ES
1980 G model and 1981 H model.
SR250 pre 1981
Yamaha 1981 YZ465H Engine
The Cm-200 Has no oil filter.
its in the carburator