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This 1993-2000 Yamaha YZF750R, YZF750SP, YZF1000R Thunderace sportbike repair manual by Haynes, was created for DIY mechanics who are not afraid to take care of their bikes. This workshop manual covers the following models and model years:
- Yamaha YZF750R, 1993-1998
- Yamaha YZF750SP, 1993-1997
- Yamaha YZF1000R Thunderace, 1996-2000
Book Excerpt: 1993-2000 Yamaha YZF750R/SP, YZF1000R Repair Manual... ENGINE, CLUTCH AND TRANSMISSION
ENGINE DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY | GENERAL INFO DISASSEMBLY
- Before disassembling the engine, the external surfaces of the unit should be thoroughly cleaned and degreased. This will prevent contamination of the engine internals, and will also make working a lot easier and cleaner. A high flash-point solvent, such as kerosene can be used, or better still, a proprietary engine degreaser such as Gunk. Use old paintbrushes and toothbrushes to work the solvent into the various recesses of the engine casings. Take care to exclude solvent or water from the electrical components and intake and exhaust ports.WARNING! The use of gasoline as a cleaning agent should be avoided because of the risk of fire.
- When clean and dry, arrange the unit on the workbench, leaving suitable clear area for working. Gather a selection of small containers and plastic bags so that parts can be grouped together in an easily identifiable manner. Some paper and a pen should be on hand so that notes can be made and labels attached were necessary. A supply of clean rags is also required.
- Before commencing work, read through the appropriate section so that some idea of the necessary procedure can be gained. When removing components it should be noted that great force is seldom required, unless specified. In many cases, a component's reluctance to be removed is indicative of an incorrect approach or removal method - if in any doubt, re-check with the text.
- An engine support stand can be made from short lengths of 2 x 4 inch wood bolted together into a rectangle to help support the engine if required (see illustration), though the engine will sit nicely on the flat bottom of the sump, and there are two pegs at the front to keep it stable. The perimeter of the mount should be just big enough to accommodate the sump within it so that the engine rests on its crankcase.
FUEL AND EXHAUST SYSTEMS
CHOKE CABLE: REMOVAL
- Remove the fuel tank and the air filter housing (see Sections 2 and 4). On YZR750R and SP models, remove the left-hand fairing side panel (see Chapter 8).
- Slacken the choke outer cable bracket screw and free the cable from the bracket on the front of the carburetors, then detach the inner cable nipple from the choke linkage bar arm (see illustrations).
- On YZF750R and SP models, unscrew the bolt securing the choke lever housing bracket and displace it (see illustration). Draw the outer cable end from its socket and free the nipple from the lever (see illustrations).
Subject: 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Yamaha YZF750R, YZF750SP, YZF1000R Thunderace service, maintenance, repair. ISBN-10: 1859607209 | ISBN-13: 9781859607206 | Haynes 3720
TABLE of CONTENTS: THE YAMAHA YZF750R, YZF1000R
- Identification numbers
- Buying spare parts
- Pre-ride checks
- Engine oil level
- Brake fluid levels
- Bike specs
- Routine maintenance and servicing
- Lubricants and fluids
- Maintenance schedule
- Component locations
- Maintenance procedures
- Engine, clutch and transmission
- Fuel and exhaust systems
- Ignition system
- Frame and suspension
- Brakes, wheels and final drive
- Fairing and bodywork
- Electrical system
- Wiring diagrams
- Tools and workshop tips