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> Yamaha LC135 & Y15ZR Club - V18

bonez_xy
post Jan 2 2019, 05:52 PM

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guys anyone know normally how much upah for change brake hose and bleeding? the hose i already have, just change and bleeding
want to DIY but lazy to get all the things needed to do it.

QUOTE(aman5hah @ Jan 2 2019, 04:25 PM)
This is what I am experiencing now. I suspect it could be caused by worn out hub rubber, I've already replaced the rubber but it seems that damage has already been done.

My question now, is it safe to just change just the chain without changing the sprockets as both front & rear sprocket is not worn out yet. Or should I just play it safe and change the whole sprocket & chain set  cry.gif .
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change one set la, sprocket is cheap compare to chain. laugh.gif

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alexei
post Jan 3 2019, 10:23 PM

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QUOTE(aman5hah @ Jan 2 2019, 04:25 PM)
This is what I am experiencing now. I suspect it could be caused by worn out hub rubber, I've already replaced the rubber but it seems that damage has already been done.
My question now, is it safe to just change just the chain without changing the sprockets as both front & rear sprocket is not worn out yet. Or should I just play it safe and change the whole sprocket & chain set  cry.gif .
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Pull like this photo, if the chain can be lifted, change it.
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For sprockets, look at the spikes where the chain contact. It should still shape like arrow head, instead of sharp and pointed.

For chains, look for O-ring.
RK 428 KLO about RM90.
The chain like is worth the money.

QUOTE(bonez_xy @ Jan 2 2019, 05:52 PM)
guys anyone know normally how much upah for change brake hose and bleeding? the hose i already have, just change and bleeding
want to DIY but lazy to get all the things needed to do it.
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Brake fluid need to buy. No idea how much people charge.
bonez_xy
post Jan 8 2019, 11:59 PM

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guys front fork set for 5s and 4s difference only on the place of brake pump which 5s is for bigger disc right?
thinking to get 5s straight so no need to buy bracket to change bigger disc.

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post Jan 9 2019, 07:06 PM

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QUOTE(piju @ Dec 28 2018, 08:24 PM)
Hello guys, sorry offtopic

I have used and unused items for sale
If one of you interest on the item
Do PM me ok?

here is the list

Unused

1. uma racing wave125/lc135 clutch plates
2. BRT racing clutch springs (4 springs)
3. BRT mastercam T1 tune-up camshaft 
4. BRT Carbon heavy duty valves size 22/19

Used

1. MB performance 5 edition CDI (used only 1 week, still looking new and got no problem)

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You can try use https://www.imotorbike.my than go to "post free ad" wink.gif
alexei
post Jan 11 2019, 11:36 PM

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QUOTE(bonez_xy @ Jan 8 2019, 11:59 PM)
guys front fork set for 5s and 4s difference only on the place of brake pump which 5s is for bigger disc right?
thinking to get 5s straight so no need to buy bracket to change bigger disc.
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I think there are small parts differences too... Not sure of the details.
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post Jan 12 2019, 11:46 AM

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QUOTE(xviiviiixiv @ Oct 29 2018, 01:04 PM)
Anyway, I'm not so sure if my regular mech know how to tune carb properly for 62mm. Takut nanti dah beli carb and pasang everything, he cannot tune properly, lagi banyak masalah.

So I figured might as well plug and play with FZ block je
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62mm very common now. depending on the shop also sometimes. some place never do modi alot so less experience
nabelon
post Jan 12 2019, 10:41 PM

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Im thinking of selling my lc135 to ysuku. Worth it ?
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post Jan 12 2019, 11:25 PM

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post Jan 13 2019, 02:40 AM

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QUOTE(nabelon @ Jan 12 2019, 10:41 PM)
Im thinking of selling my lc135 to ysuku. Worth it ?
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my friend said Honda RS150 and Benelli RFS 150 better rather than Y15.
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post Jan 14 2019, 10:34 AM

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quick q, changed both tires (LC v4) to dunlop tt100 80/90 front and back. ride it so far ok and stable for me. But few suggested to change back to a wider size min 90/80? om std rim

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post Jan 14 2019, 11:38 PM

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QUOTE(alijoe @ Jan 14 2019, 10:34 AM)
quick q, changed both tires (LC v4) to dunlop tt100 80/90 front and back. ride it so far ok and stable for me. But few suggested to change back to a wider size min 90/80? om std rim
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that's ok. I'm using 80/80 both sides...
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post Yesterday, 01:46 PM

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QUOTE(alexei @ Jan 14 2019, 11:38 PM)
that's ok. I'm using 80/80 both sides...
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is there any difference using standard ratio 70/90 & 80/90 and 90/90 & 90/90 ?
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post Yesterday, 11:00 PM

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user posted image need a quick help here. I want to install this vacuum petcock to my lc 135 to v1 carb. To my knowledge one hole is for the fuel. Another one is for vacuum.
My q is "where do I connect this vacuum at the carb?"
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QUOTE(alpha001 @ Jan 15 2019, 11:00 PM)
user posted image need a quick help here. I want to install this vacuum petcock to my lc 135 to v1 carb. To my knowledge one hole is for the fuel. Another one is for vacuum.
My q is "where do I connect this vacuum at the carb?"
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Connect vaccum hose to the bottom hole.
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post Today, 01:18 AM

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QUOTE(man_sate @ Jan 16 2019, 01:35 AM)
Connect vaccum hose to the bottom hole.
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Where at the carburetor? I am trying to change v2 carb to v1 to my lc135

user posted image i think this is v1 carb
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post Today, 07:50 AM

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QUOTE(alpha001 @ Jan 16 2019, 01:18 AM)
Where at the carburetor? I am trying to change v2 carb to v1 to my lc135

user posted image i think this is v1 carb
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This is v1 carb. Vaccum hose to intake manifold not to carb.
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post Today, 07:56 AM

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QUOTE(man_sate @ Jan 16 2019, 08:50 AM)
This is v1 carb. Vaccum hose to intake manifold not to carb.
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Ah, no wonder I couldn't find the connection. I should change the intake manifold then to use it on my v2 lc135.
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post Today, 08:59 AM

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QUOTE(alpha001 @ Jan 16 2019, 07:56 AM)
Ah, no wonder I couldn't find the connection. I should change the intake manifold then to use it on my v2 lc135.
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You need to change it because intake manifold on v1 use bolt to secure it. While on v2 use rubber and hose clip.
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post Today, 05:58 PM

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For standard lc, which carb is the most fuel efficient? V1 or v2/v3/v4? I want to restore my lc v1 carb system since it is kuat minyak now, lazy to do carb service since nobody wants to offer such service to me, (tired of asking around & no shop or pomen seemed to be interested to do carb service) hence I decided to get a new carb directly, malas nk pening kepala lagi now.. sweat.gif

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