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Old 03-02-2009, 09:09 PM   #1
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Okay i took the clutch of the motor today and it looks like i am missing a gear that runs the drive belt. Can some tell me what its called.

And also if it just a pump that mount to the side of the tank and if anything else is missing on the side of the tank? Can i use any pump i read on some parts site stating they are all the same pumps is that ture?
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Old 03-04-2009, 07:25 AM   #2
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Not sure what you may refering too about a gear in the clutch. Maybe post a pic. or more detailed discription. The clutches work off force and weights that cause it to move in and out.

If I remember correctly, you have a G2 right? The fuel pumps on these work off of partial vacuum from a line coming off the back of the engine. Make sure it is not cracked or damaged. You should be able to use another type of fuel pump as long as the volume is about the same. Take your pump off, take it apart, and clean it out really good if you haven't already. Also make sure the fuel filter is not clogged up. G2's fuel filter is located in the bottom of the tank (screwed in/big black plastic cap, follow the fuel line down to the tank) and notorious for breaking apart and clogging up. I actually cut them out and then install an inline filter.

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Old 03-04-2009, 07:49 AM   #3
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Posted by Yamaha enthusiast: G2's fuel filter is located in the bottom of the tank (screwed in/big black plastic cap, follow the fuel line down to the tank) and notorious for breaking apart and clogging up. I actually cut them out and then install an inline filter.

Thanks for the heads up on that

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Old 03-04-2009, 10:42 AM   #4
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Okay i took the clutch of the motor today and it looks like i am missing a gear that runs the drive belt. Can some tell me what its called.

And also if it just a pump that mount to the side of the tank and if anything else is missing on the side of the tank? Can i use any pump i read on some parts site stating they are all the same pumps is that ture?

These clutches don't have gears.

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Old 03-04-2009, 12:35 PM   #5
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Not sure what you may refering too about a gear in the clutch. Maybe post a pic. or more detailed discription. The clutches work off force and weights that cause it to move in and out.

If I remember correctly, you have a G2 right? The fuel pumps on these work off of partial vacuum from a line coming off the back of the engine. Make sure it is not cracked or damaged. You should be able to use another type of fuel pump as long as the volume is about the same. Take your pump off, take it apart, and clean it out really good if you haven't already. Also make sure the fuel filter is not clogged up. G2's fuel filter is located in the bottom of the tank (screwed in/big black plastic cap, follow the fuel line down to the tank) and notorious for breaking apart and clogging up. I actually cut them out and then install an inline filter.
yeah thanks for the info.i was wondering that myself.
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Old 03-04-2009, 10:07 PM   #6
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Not sure what you may refering too about a gear in the clutch. Maybe post a pic. or more detailed discription. The clutches work off force and weights that cause it to move in and out.

If I remember correctly, you have a G2 right? The fuel pumps on these work off of partial vacuum from a line coming off the back of the engine. Make sure it is not cracked or damaged. You should be able to use another type of fuel pump as long as the volume is about the same. Take your pump off, take it apart, and clean it out really good if you haven't already. Also make sure the fuel filter is not clogged up. G2's fuel filter is located in the bottom of the tank (screwed in/big black plastic cap, follow the fuel line down to the tank) and notorious for breaking apart and clogging up. I actually cut them out and then install an inline filter.
Thanks Yes come to find out from a cowork he told me there isnt a gear, the way my belt was is connected was correct.
And as for the fuel pump I am asking because I currently don't have one and need to buy one
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This will work great. http://www.cartpartsplus.com/high-volume-fuel-pump.html

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Old 03-05-2009, 06:01 PM   #9
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thanks thenewguy
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