oil change? oil bleeding? banjo bolt? help....


5 replies to this topic
  • wr450eff

Posted December 09, 2010 - 04:36 PM

#1

hi, i read on a few posts that you have to undo a banjo bolt and kick your engine over with the main switch off to get oil up the top.... why does this need to be done? and does it matter if you start your bike up after the oil and filter change and this banjo bleeding thing wasn't done? i've done it now and oil trickled slowly out. cheers guys!

  • dgcars

Posted December 09, 2010 - 04:45 PM

#2

You again...cracking the banjo bolt is really only necessary after top end or other engine work. If its only an oil change, theres still goin' to be sufficient oil on the internal surfaces on start up.

  • wr450eff

Posted December 09, 2010 - 04:51 PM

#3

yeah me again. :thumbsup: thanks buddy. i'm really new to all this modern(ish '04) stuff! and i want to make sure i don't wreck my bike with me messing with it. by the way, whats all this 'grey wire' about? alot of people on here say they've pulled it out. is it a rev limiter? thanks again.

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  • dgcars

Posted December 09, 2010 - 04:59 PM

#4

The grey wire alters the ignition timing. Basically changes it to that of the YZ. Depends on how/where you ride as to whether you need it. I put a switch on mine...best of both options....:thumbsup:

  • wr450eff

Posted December 09, 2010 - 05:05 PM

#5

good idea again! just an in line switch to disconnect the wire or a more complicated one? and where is this wire? in lamon terms if you can? many thanks once again. :thumbsup::thumbsup:

  • dgcars

Posted December 09, 2010 - 05:10 PM

#6

Take off the left side panel & its in there. I used a waterproof on/off switch (simple 2 pin)and routed it into the airbox. You have to switch it with the ignition off for the alteration to take effect.




 
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