the oil is called type F it was originaly made for ford motors but most people put it in the blaster
Ive ran into this problem. It could be one of two problems, but what i have that it could be a bad crank seal or there is a crack in the case. First check the crank seal if it is good then you need to split the case and find the crack. JB Weld will fix it right up.
right side crank case
There is no dipstick. There is a sight gauge on the bottom left side of the crank case. There is no dipstick. There is a sight gauge on the bottom left side of the crank case.
Because you have a seal that needs replaced. Some where on case causing it to leak gear lube.
On a thin plate next to the crank case.
I want to elaborate this hole is below the crank, the crank chamber does not hold pressure and does not hold oil. so can i put a weld patch over it and call it done?well if there is a hole in it can it really hurt to try it?
PW 80 is a 2 stroke. It does not have oil in the crank case. I think you mean transmission oil. I use 10w40 engine oil in mine and it works great.
Easy way to check if the level is correct is to remove filler cap take your pinky finger stick it in the oil filler hole to the first knuckle. remove finger the very tip of your finger should have oil on it. If not add alittle.
Don't attempt this yourself!! Bring the bottom end to a professional because the crank case must be split in order to remove the crank. When installing the new one, be sure to use brand new high quality crank bearings, and spend the extra money for a performance crank shaft. If the new shaft has a longer stroke then the stock shaft, don't forget to have your cylinder head machined for the extra clearance, otherwise you will do some serious damage when you start it up. Hope this helped. Keep the rubber side down!
The ratio should be 40:1 unless you have installed aftermarket domes, in which case the ratio would be 32:1.
there is no oil tank on a Vmax motorcycle. The only oil is in the crank case, and the shaft drive.
It does not have a crank case sensor.It does not have a crank case sensor.
5 QTS. with new filter.
crank case of transmission
My son has a 2005 Blaster set up for racing. We usesynthetic gear case oil. That's how its labled on the quart bottle on oil weight on it. Dont use regular car motor oil because it does not lub clutch correctly.
Yamalube 2 stroke gear oil 10w - 40 wt available at your dealer or online
on top of the crank case towards the outside , it vents into the carb by vacume.
Either your transmission is in gear or locked up, kick starter assembly has become dislodged in the case, your clutch is incredibly out of whack, or your engine is locked up.
there is a wall between your trans part and your bottom end where ur crank is. If it is not leaking out of the outer case, then i dont know because it wont be getting past the wall unless it has a hole in the wall... and u will know if that has happened.
replaced crank case valve location at valve cover
as the pistons go up and down, and the temperature changes the air in a crank case has to go somewhere. that is what the vent is for
The Yamaha Blaster. is an all-terrain vehicle that was intended for beginner level riders. This is known as the most available bike for "pop up" performance parts due to its cheap new price. A Vitos ported block gives you 40 hp and there are many parts to make this into a racing machine. Stock it should go about (55 mph) which is relatively slow but with parts will fly. The only downside is the terrible tires and rims for racing, trail riding and jumps. It does not have oil reservoir on the shocks and shocks must be upgraded for jumps. It does tho have a snappy little motor being able to pull wheelies. It is snappier then any other sport 4 wheeler on the market. The blaster is the little brother to the banshee The blaster engine was originaly designed from the bases of a dirt bike motor that is why there is a random pluged hole on the side of the crank case cover that was for a coolant system so you could possibly make it water cooled by using the bike cylinder and head.