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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-14-2005, 01:36 PM
Yamahentz
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I cant find a throttle for 1974 Yamaha Enduro 360

I bought this 1974 Yamaha Enduro 360 a while ago. I am finally just getting around to fixing it up and I'm having alot of trouble finding a throttle and cable to purchase. If anyone could help out in anyway, that would be great.
-Tom
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 05-30-2005, 07:33 PM
Yamaguy
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Re: I cant find a throttle for 1974 Yamaha Enduro 360

Speed and sport in Bloomsburg PA has everything you need, and I did a quick on line stock check and found out part numbers and such. www.yamatopdog.com, 570-784-6831. Ask for Cindy or Shelly; this is what they do, stock all the old stuff so we can fix our old bikes.
- 1R6-83976-01-00 SWITCH/PART THAT FITS ON HANDLEBAR with kill switch: $63.45
- 434-26243-00-00 OR -12-00 (SUFFIX) PLASTIC TUBE THAT GRIP GOES ON; -00-00 COSTS $20.04, AND THE -12-00 COSTS $8.82. CAN'T SAY WHAT THE DIFFERENCE IS. MY GUESS IS THE -12-00 IS THE NEWER PART AND WILL MOST LIKELY WORK FINE.
- 437-26311 (Upper throttle cable) Cable, throttle 1: $24.55
- 437-26312 (lower throttle cable) Cable, throttle 2: $52.35
( I think the lower one comes with the 1 into 2 part, plus the oil pump cable as well. be sure to set the oil pump up correctly. with the upper and lower throttle cables set up with minimal play ( about a millimeter slack at both ends), and with the throttle slack removed, the pin on the autolube pump must align with the mark on the pulley that the cable goes around. You can manually advance the autolube pump with the white nylon gear looking part, and measure the gap as the plunger goes in and out. with no throttle, maximum gap after rotating nylon wheel, should be .008-.010 inches. if pump/oil tank ran dry, hold pulley towards pump, remove phillips screw from bleeder hole, (up towards top of pump, has red fiber washer. If you hold pulley towards pump,remove screw, rotate nylon wheel, pump cycles and air comes out hole. keep up until no bubbles appear. Autolube is a good thing, but must have no air bubbles and be adjusted properly.
Hope this helps. if you get stuck, give me a yell.
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