Fill the fork tube with the recommended oil Ta- ble 4 in the correct amount Table 5. For 1983, however, all 920 models, including all other models covered in this manual, are shaft-driven. As the throttle is opened further, mixture during the partial throttle openings. Refer the engine to a dealer or qualified specialist. Remove the shock absorber by pulling it carefully to the rear of the bike. Replace the neutral switch if it does not perform not as specified.
Install the front sprocket cover B, Figure 22. Install 2 pins and 2 springs in each slot in the primary drive gear Figure 133. The engine on all models is an air-cooled, V-twinwith overhead camshafts. Special tools are required to remove and install these bearing and should be entrusted to a Yamaha dealer 5. . This to improve rear cylinder cooling and set at a 75° will be helpful when troubleshooting or repairing angle;. Make sure that all circlips are seated correctly in the main shaft grooves.
It may also be Basic maintenance techniques helpful to make sketches or take instant photos of components before There are a number of techniques involved in maintenance and removal. Unscrew the switch housing and locknut from the right-hand side. Install the oil pump mounting bolts and tighten to the torque specification in Table 2. Turn the carburetor over and tap it with your hand. Front Fork Oil Change To gain access to the fork caps, it is necessary to partially remove the handlebar assembly. Install by reversing these removal steps while noting the following:.
It will help Subsequent chapters describe specific systems you to better understand how your Yamaha runs, such as the engine, clutch, transmission, fuel, ex- lower repair and maintenance costs and generally haust, suspension, steering and brakes. The hose clamp arms must face downwards. Clean the pad recess and the end of the piston with a soft brush. Once again, take your worn part to the wrecking yard breaker for direct comparison. In addition, Yamaha also offered a shaft-driven Model 920 during 1982. Wear safety goggles during all operations involv- nuts, bolts and screws , especially on the engine or ing drilling, grinding or using a cold chisel.
Remove the intake and exhaust valve covers for To perform a tune-up on your Yamaha, you will both cylinders. If the shaft is worn, inspect the shaft bore in the crankcase for wear also. Remove the timing cover Figure 83. Install the outer rotors in their respective housings and check the clearance between the housing and the rotor Figure 97 with a flat feeler gauge. The oil clearance specification is listed in Table 1.
Just let me know what manual you need and I will send you the link for it. Production model years 1982 1983 Workshop Service Repair Manual Download. Make a cone of stiff paper and tape it to the end of the cable sheath Figure 41. Place a wooden block under the crankcase to lift the front wheel off the ground. Set the idle speed Table 6 by turning the front 1. The problem is that once you have gotten your nifty new product, the yamaha virago 1100 service manual gets a brief glance, maybe a once over, but it often tends to get discarded or lost with the original packaging.
Remove the exhaust system as described in Chapter Six. There are many more types of pliers. Check the rubber dampers for wear and damage; replace if necessary. Remove the headlight assembly as described in meter should indicate zero ohm. Remove the sub-fuel tank attaching bolt Figure Remove the left- and right-hand side covers.
The motorcycle was and is being ndden at average highway speeds. Procedures, once described in the text, are not normally repeated. Install an insert A, Figure 70 below the fifth gear and install the main shaft assembly in the hydraulic press. Remove the outer bolt that secures the front cylin- der intake manifold and slide the intake manifold out. Remove the frame left-hand side cover.
Remove the drive lever collar, then remove the drive lever and spring. Inspect the screen Figure 140 for any broken areas or small holes or damage. Main jet bleed pipe 6. If the bike is run in an area of high humidity, the lubrication services must be done more Remove the frame right-hand side cover and frequently to prevent possible rust damage. Lift the battery out of the battery box and remove it. Otherwise the valve guide will be damaged.