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Old 10-19-2005, 07:58 PM
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Default Re: 1984 Phazer Clutching and carb jettting

Sorry, I don't know if the newer skidframes used the same springs as the old ones prior to 1990.
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Old 10-23-2005, 12:10 PM
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according to the royal distributing cataloge the rear springs are the same but the front are different.
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I am rebuilding the top end of my 97 phazer. Will the old pipe be good enough to run until I get a high performance pipe for it? I don't know what kind of compression this old pipr will give me or even if it will mess up the new rebuild I am doing. Any suggestions?
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Old 01-11-2006, 06:01 PM
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Default Re: 1984 Phazer Clutching and carb jettting

reckler6069,
Yes the stock phazer pipe should be fine until you get a hi-performance pipe. Just remember you have to richen your main jets once you get the new pipe. I have an Aaen quiet can pipe and it works great. While you have your engine apart you may consider putting in some Boyesen reeds. They also help improve HP. Were do you usually ride? I'm down here in Colorado Springs. If you know your usual riding elevation I can help you with carb jetting... Phazerowner
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Question Yamaha Phazer-I/II clutching... ?

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I have a Yamaha Phazer-I which I've upgraded with a long track, Hi-altitude clutch and carb set-up.
I'm having trouble getting the engine to 7000rpm's I usually get up to around 6400. I usually ride between 9000 and 11,500 ft.
I thought about switching to lighter clutch weights in the YPZ clutch.
Does anyone have any ideas on this ?
Also I read some posts from 2000 concerning update of carb nozzles for high altitude.
Anyone have any recomendeations or ideas about this ?

I have a ( 1991 ) Phazer-II with a 144" track and would like to know how to set up the clutches.
The sled has YPZ primary clutch and LOW gearing.
Riding height: 1300-2600 Feet.

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