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Old 07-24-2008, 06:56 PM   #21
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Bummer man.

Since you are missing the ride tomorrow, if you want to ride on Sunday, PM me.
I'd love too, but maybe next weekend? My oil pan won't arrive from the dealership untill thursday of next week, or friday.

we should setup a ride for next weekend sometime to ride....perhaps a small group...not so large...something always happens with the big groups.

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that sucks bro. your gonna have to put a skid plate on that rig if your gonna be motoxing. do you think you over torqued the drain plug or did you hit something?
lol, I didn't hit anything...I think I over torqued the drain plug bolt...

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call Sam's cycle salvage or union cycle and see if they have one you can get quick. But I would carry it to Motorcycles Unlimited to let them do it, and then you know its do right.
I already ordered a new one from texas yamaha in pasadena...they are shipping it directly to my house (ordered over the phone) cost me $140 for a brand new one w/ a gasket....only $40 more to guarantee I get a good quality product over the used one on ebay....less hassle that way incase anything comes up....only bad news is I won't get it untill next thurs / fri.

thanks for the tips though!

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while you have the oil pan off take the opprotunity to clean your oil pickup screen as well. just unbolt the pickup and flush out the screen with brake cleaner (this will dissolve any deposits, flush the screen, and won't leave a residue). just don't do it on the bike because you can get brake clean onto the bearing surfaces causing a bad starting situation, in which the bearings aren't lubed at all. and make sure you replace the oil pickup gasket as well.
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while you have the oil pan off take the opprotunity to clean your oil pickup screen as well. just unbolt the pickup and flush out the screen with brake cleaner (this will dissolve any deposits, flush the screen, and won't leave a residue). just don't do it on the bike because you can get brake clean onto the bearing surfaces causing a bad starting situation, in which the bearings aren't lubed at all. and make sure you replace the oil pickup gasket as well.
alright, thanks for that information...
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