Well, I my bike arrived yesterday, and I went to pick it up. According to the yds site, it had not been lapped. We took mine apart to do the recall, and had a very hard time getting the flywheel off. Well, it finally popped off after some significant cranking on the puller. Surprise!!
It had already been lapped and had traces of green locktite on key. All right, now we cleaned it up and went to put it back together with new glue. After carefully spreading new locktite on the flywheel taper, putting the flywheel on, and the washer........... wait..... the washer doesn't fit.
It turned out that the mechanic had mushroomed the end of the crank while trying to get the flywheel off, and now neither the washer or the nut would fit back on the crank. Yamaha
will be putting a new motor in that bike. Needless to say, I took another 450 home. It is in the same boat, but the vin on this bike is 5 after the other, so I’m not going to worry about it.
According to the yamaha
tech line, some of the first bikes to be fixed at the factory didn't get punched by the vin. The yds site and the yamaha tech line still have the bikes listed as needing the fix.
I kinda just wanted to let everyone know that yamaha is dealing with the problem, but not all of the fixed bikes are punched or recorded. If your flywheel doesn't come off with MINIMAL effort, then it is probably fixed.