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Old 10-20-2002, 10:58 PM
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Default Should there be oil on the flywheel of a yamaha warrior? ( is this even the flywheel?)

No jeremy unlike the some of the other people that live near me i have some mechanical knowledge.. I helped build one of the fastest banshees in town. Why u get on here and talk like that when u cant even work on ur own stuff. And as far as team Ex goes there already is one u kinda stole thur name. and uhh ur not ridin a 400ex. as far as nuthin bein rite if i couldnt get it rite people i know did. And i never said i was in "Team Ex" so take my name off da list, i dont ride no honda im yamaha all the way(So is sarah).



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Old 10-20-2002, 11:05 PM
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Default Should there be oil on the flywheel of a yamaha warrior? ( is this even the flywheel?)

Yes this is normal ,I rebuilt my starter a couple of months ago, as long as your not getting oil in your starter youll be fine.
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Old 10-22-2002, 08:42 AM
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Default Should there be oil on the flywheel of a yamaha warrior? ( is this even the flywheel?)

The reason why I asked this is because this would be totally unnormal in a car or truck!
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Old 10-24-2002, 03:28 PM
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Default Should there be oil on the flywheel of a yamaha warrior? ( is this even the flywheel?)

Yea, but the flywheel isn't inside a sealed case like on our bikes, and the clutch isn't in an oil bath either. I understand your concern, but in this case there isn't much comparison.

You got me thinking when I first saw this, but I have my engine tore down right now, and as mentioned above, there is a big slot where oil is meant to flow out into both cases on either side fo the engine.

Good luck,
Dean
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Old 03-03-2017, 09:00 AM
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Hi kestion about 87 warrior is the oil from engine tuching the stater or just where the one way bearing is ?
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